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6. Which law made French the only language you could speak when at work?

  • Law 294
  • Law 77
  • Law 101
  • Law 503

7. What is the name of the 5% of land which is the most densley populated in Quebec?

  • Basses-Terres
  • Grands Lacs
  • Appalaches
  • Bouclier Canadien

8. Which of these is true?

  • No one in Quebec speaks Italian
  • Quebec has the highest proportion of bilingual people in Canada
  • Quebec has the highest proportion of English speaking people in Canada
  • Quebec people are known for their use of English

9. Public debt in Quebec is one of the highest in all Canadian provinces, true or false?

  • False, it's only 50% of the PIB
  • True, it's 76% of the PIB

10. On average, how many immigrants are welcomed to Quebec each year?

  • 60,000
  • 30,000
  • 40,000
  • 50,000

11. How popular is Quebec in terms of a tourist destination?

  • it's in the top 50 most popular destinations
  • tourism isn't important for Quebec at all
  • it's in the top 20 most popular destinations
  • it's in the top 10 most popular destinations

12. What's special about the great Saint Laurent river?

  • It has lots of strong meanders
  • It travels from South to North
  • It's one of the biggest rivers in the world
  • It travels across the whole of Canada

13. When was Hydro-Quebec founded?

  • 1954
  • 1944
  • 1938
  • 1965

14. What problem does the aging population cause for the economy?

  • the health services are old fashioned and costly
  • their pensions cost more than the taxes the government receive
  • the public transport system can't afford to give them free bus passes
  • there's a housing crisis

15. Hydro-Quebec is the major producer of electricity in Canada and the biggest producer of hydroelectricity in the world: True or False?

  • True
  • False

16. When is the Plan Nord expected to be complete?

  • 2035
  • 2025
  • 2014
  • 2050

17. How many people work in the 27 mines in Quebec?

  • 15,000
  • 10,000
  • 20,000
  • 25,000

18. What is one of the most famous monuments/buildings in Montreal?

  • Musée de civilisation
  • Chateau Frontenac
  • All of these
  • Parliament Building
  • Basilique (the Notre Dame of Quebec)

19. How big is Quebec in relation to France

  • 3 times the size
  • a third of the size
  • 5 times the size
  • 9 times the size

20. When did the grand press open a new market for the forests of Quebec?

  • middle of the 20th century
  • Middle of the 19th century
  • Start of the 20th cetury
  • End of the 20th century