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

  • True
  • False

7. What are the average temperatures in Montreal in July?

  • 17 to 26 degrees celcius
  • 6 to 17 degrees celcius
  • 12 to 19 degrees celcius
  • 1 to 12 degrees celcius

8. How many businesses are in the tourism industry in Quebec?

  • 30,000
  • 33,000
  • 300,000
  • 3,000

9. Which other Canadian state also has a majority of French speakers?

  • None
  • Ontario
  • Saskatchewan
  • Alberta

10. What sort of boats can access the Voie Maritime?

  • Submarines
  • Canoes
  • Navires (large ships)
  • Yachts

11. How much does the birth rate need to rise to combat the aging population?

  • By 0.9%
  • By 1.7 to 2.1%
  • By 2.1% to 3.3%
  • By 4.5%

12. What other problems does the poor housing cause for the autochtones?

  • all of these
  • health problems
  • family arguments
  • poor education/dropping out of school

13. Is Quebec the biggest producer of paste and paper in Canada?

  • Yes
  • No

14. Which of these is true?

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

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

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

16. Which industry was important in the past but is not so important now?

  • Fishing
  • Hydroelectricity
  • Mining
  • Fur

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

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

18. What is the goal of the 'Plan Nord'?

  • To devalue the premier nations who live in the north
  • To realise the potential of northern territory
  • To separate the northern territory from the sourtern territory
  • To create transport links to the north so people can visit

19. What is the unemployment rate for the rest of Canada?

  • 7.6%
  • 6.6%
  • 6.7%
  • 5.9%

20. How much land is covered by the Basses-Terres de Saint-Laurent?

  • 18,521km
  • 17,280km
  • 21,870km
  • 14,865km