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

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

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

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

8. How much higher is the suicide rate in autochtone teenagers compared to the rest of Quebec?

  • 10 times higher
  • 3 times higher
  • 5 times higher
  • 2 times higher

9. What's different about the land on the Basses-Terres?

  • It's almost completely flat
  • It's covered in lakes
  • It's very hilly
  • There's a lot of forest

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

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

11. What does the Voie Maritime de Saint Laurent connect Quebec to in terms of trade?

  • Alaska
  • The Ocean
  • The Grands Lacs of the United States
  • Other Canadian Provinces

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

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

13. How much land is covered by fresh water?

  • 370,000km squared
  • 180,000km squared
  • 90,000km squared
  • 500,000km squared

14. How many new social housing complexes will be created in Nunavik?

  • 70
  • 89
  • 50
  • 100

15. What is Quebec the biggest producer of in the world?

  • Petits pois (peas)
  • Sirop d'érable (maple syrup)
  • Papier (paper)
  • Alcool (alcohol)

16. What proportion of the population are considered the 'first nations' or the 'autochtones?

  • 15%
  • 3%
  • 1%
  • 12%

17. How much land is covered in snow throughout the year?

  • around 80%
  • around 15%
  • around 60%
  • almost 100%

18. What happened in 1960?

  • Loi 63
  • La Loi 101
  • La Revolution Tranquille
  • La Voie Maritime

19. How much money did Hydro-Quebec generate in 2014?

  • $3.38 billion
  • $3.93 billion
  • $4.4 billion
  • $2.98 billion

20. What are the average temperatures in Montreal in January?

  • -30 to -12 degrees celcius
  • -12 to -5 degrees celcius
  • -5 to 12 degrees celcius
  • -1 to 5 degrees celcius