Canadian Pop Culture MCQs with Answer

Which Canadian singer is known for hits like “Call Me Maybe” and “I Really Like You”?
a) Alanis Morissette
b) Shania Twain
c) Celine Dion
d) Carly Rae Jepsen
Answer: d) Carly Rae Jepsen

Schitt’s Creek,” a popular Canadian TV show, features a wealthy family forced to live in a motel. Which family member played the character David Rose?
a) Eugene Levy
b) Catherine O’Hara
c) Dan Levy
d) Annie Murphy
Answer: c) Dan Levy

Which Canadian rapper is known for hits like “Hotline Bling” and “Started From the Bottom”?
a) Drake
b) The Weeknd
c) Shawn Mendes
d) Justin Bieber
Answer: a) Drake

The “Trailer Park Boys” is a mockumentary-style TV series that takes place in which fictional Canadian town?
a) Sunnyvale
b) South Park
c) Schitt’s Creek
d) Letterkenny
Answer: a) Sunnyvale

Which Canadian actress starred in the TV series “Orphan Black,” portraying multiple clones with distinct personalities?
a) Ellen Page
b) Tatiana Maslany
c) Rachel McAdams
d) Sarah Polley
Answer: b) Tatiana Maslany

“The Hockey Song,” a widely recognized Canadian anthem played at hockey games, was performed by which musician?
a) Neil Young
b) Bryan Adams
c) Stompin’ Tom Connors
d) Leonard Cohen
Answer: c) Stompin’ Tom Connors

Which Canadian actress starred as Hermione Granger in the “Harry Potter” film series?
a) Rachel McAdams
b) Ellen Page
c) Anna Paquin
d) Emma Watson
Answer: d) Emma Watson

The popular animated TV show “The Simpsons” features a fictional beer called Duff Beer. It’s often speculated that Duff Beer was inspired by a Canadian brand. Which one?
a) Molson
b) Labatt
c) Moosehead
d) Alexander Keith’s
Answer: b) Labatt

Which Canadian band is known for hits like “Photograph,” “How You Remind Me,” and “Rockstar”?
a) Rush
b) Nickelback
c) Arcade Fire
d) Barenaked Ladies
Answer: b) Nickelback

The annual Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is one of the largest film festivals in the world. In which city is it held?
a) Vancouver
b) Toronto
c) Montreal
d) Calgary
Answer: b) Toronto

Which Canadian actor is known for his roles in “Deadpool,” “The Proposal,” and “Green Lantern”?
a) Ryan Gosling
b) Ryan Reynolds
c) Seth Rogen
d) Michael Cera
Answer: b) Ryan Reynolds

“Corner Gas,” a Canadian sitcom, is set in the fictional town of:
a) Letterkenny
b) Schitt’s Creek
c) Dog River
d) Sunnyvale
Answer: c) Dog River

Which Canadian singer-songwriter released the album “Jagged Little Pill,” featuring hits like “You Oughta Know” and “Ironic”?
a) Shania Twain
b) Celine Dion
c) Alanis Morissette
d) Avril Lavigne
Answer: c) Alanis Morissette

The popular Canadian reality TV show “Dragons’ Den” features entrepreneurs pitching their business ideas to a panel of:
a) Musicians
b) Politicians
c) Athletes
d) Investors
Answer: d) Investors

The song “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen gained widespread popularity after a video featuring celebrities lip-syncing to the song went viral. What was the name of the video?
a) “Dance Party”
b) “Lip Sync Challenge”
c) “Call Me Maybe”
d) “Chatroulette Version”
Answer: d) “Chatroulette Version”

Which Canadian musician released the album “1989” and is known for hits like “Shake It Off” and “Blank Space”?
a) Celine Dion
b) Avril Lavigne
c) Shania Twain
d) Taylor Swift
Answer: d) Taylor Swift

The TV series “Riverdale,” based on the Archie Comics characters, is set in the fictional town of:
a) Greendale
b) Riverdale
c) Smallville
d) Hawkins
Answer: b) Riverdale

Which Canadian singer-songwriter released the album “Beauty Behind the Madness” and is known for hits like “Can’t Feel My Face” and “The Hills”?
a) Drake
b) Justin Bieber
c) The Weeknd
d) Shawn Mendes
Answer: c) The Weeknd

“The Umbrella Academy,” a popular TV show based on a comic book series, features a dysfunctional family with unique abilities. Which Canadian singer plays the role of Vanya Hargreeves?
a) Avril Lavigne
b) Alessia Cara
c) Lights
d) Ellen Page
Answer: d) Ellen Page

The song “Hallelujah,” originally written by Leonard Cohen, gained renewed popularity when it was covered by which Canadian singer?
a) Sarah McLachlan
b) Celine Dion
c) Shania Twain
d) k.d. lang
Answer: a) Sarah McLachlan

Which Canadian singer-songwriter released the album “Fearless” and is known for hits like “Love Story” and “You Belong with Me”?
a) Celine Dion
b) Shania Twain
c) Alanis Morissette
d) Taylor Swift
Answer: d) Taylor Swift

The TV show “Letterkenny” is set in a fictional rural Canadian community of the same name. Which genre does the show primarily belong to?
a) Drama
b) Science Fiction
c) Comedy
d) Thriller
Answer: c) Comedy

Which Canadian singer-songwriter released the album “Views” and is known for hits like “One Dance” and “Hotline Bling”?
a) Shawn Mendes
b) The Weeknd
c) Drake
d) Justin Bieber
Answer: c) Drake

“Heartland,” a Canadian TV series based on a book series, is set on a ranch in which province?
a) Alberta
b) British Columbia
c) Ontario
d) Saskatchewan
Answer: a) Alberta

Which Canadian singer released the album “Up!” and is known for hits like “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” and “That Don’t Impress Me Much”?
a) Avril Lavigne
b) Celine Dion
c) Alanis Morissette
d) Shania Twain
Answer: d) Shania Twain

“The Weeknd” is the stage name of which Canadian singer-songwriter?
a) Shawn Mendes
b) Drake
c) Abel Tesfaye
d) Justin Bieber
Answer: c) Abel Tesfaye

The TV show “Kim’s Convenience” centers around a Korean-Canadian family who runs a:
a) Coffee shop
b) Convenience store
c) Restaurant
d) Bookstore
Answer: b) Convenience store

Which Canadian singer-songwriter released the album “Let Go” and is known for hits like “Complicated” and “Sk8er Boi”?
a) Avril Lavigne
b) Alanis Morissette
c) Celine Dion
d) Sarah McLachlan
Answer: a) Avril Lavigne

“The Expanse,” a science fiction TV series set in a future where humanity has colonized the solar system, features a character named James Holden, played by which Canadian actor?
a) Ryan Reynolds
b) Ryan Gosling
c) Nathan Fillion
d) Steven Strait
Answer: d) Steven Strait

Which Canadian comedian is known for his roles in movies like “Superbad,” “Knocked Up,” and “Pineapple Express”?
a) Jim Carrey
b) Seth Rogen
c) Mike Myers
d) John Candy
Answer: b) Seth Rogen

“Call Me Fitz,” a Canadian TV series, features a morally corrupt used-car salesman. Who plays the title character, Richard “Fitz” Fitzpatrick?
a) Eugene Levy
b) Seth Rogen
c) Jason Priestley
d) Mike Myers
Answer: c) Jason Priestley

Which Canadian singer-songwriter released the album “Illuminate” and is known for hits like “Stitches” and “Treat You Better”?
a) Justin Bieber
b) Shawn Mendes
c) The Weeknd
d) Drake
Answer: b) Shawn Mendes

“Murdoch Mysteries,” a TV series set in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, follows a detective named William Murdoch. In which city is the series primarily set?
a) Toronto
b) Vancouver
c) Montreal
d) Ottawa
Answer: a) Toronto

Which Canadian actor portrayed Wolverine in the “X-Men” film series?
a) Ryan Reynolds
b) Ryan Gosling
c) Hugh Jackman
d) Taylor Kitsch
Answer: c) Hugh Jackman

“SCTV” (Second City Television) was a Canadian sketch comedy show that featured the talents of comedians like John Candy, Eugene Levy, and Catherine O’Hara. In which city was the show primarily produced?
a) Toronto
b) Vancouver
c) Montreal
d) Ottawa
Answer: a) Toronto

Which Canadian singer-songwriter released the album “Come Away with Me” and is known for hits like “Don’t Know Why”?
a) Sarah McLachlan
b) Celine Dion
c) Norah Jones
d) Feist
Answer: c) Norah Jones

The TV series “Degrassi” has several iterations, including “Degrassi: The Next Generation.” Which Canadian rapper, known for “Hotline Bling,” appeared in the original “Degrassi” series as a young actor?
a) Drake
b) The Weeknd
c) Shawn Mendes
d) Justin Bieber
Answer: a) Drake

The song “Complicated” by Avril Lavigne was a breakout hit for the Canadian singer. In what year was the song released?
a) 2000
b) 2002
c) 2004
d) 2006
Answer: b) 2002

“Letterkenny,” a Canadian TV show, is known for its unique and often humorous dialogue. Which Canadian province does the show’s fictional town belong to?
a) Alberta
b) Ontario
c) Saskatchewan
d) Manitoba
Answer: b) Ontario

The song “Wavin’ Flag” by Canadian artist K’naan became widely popular as an anthem for which major international event?
a) Olympic Games
b) FIFA World Cup
c) United Nations Day
d) Earth Day
Answer: b) FIFA World Cup

“Private Eyes,” a Canadian TV series, follows two private investigators solving crimes in Toronto. Which actor plays the lead role of Matt Shade?
a) Jason Priestley
b) Nathan Fillion
c) Michael Shanks
d) Eric McCormack
Answer: a) Jason Priestley

“Eh,” often used as a stereotypical Canadian expression, is a way to:
a) Express agreement
b) Show surprise
c) Ask a question
d) Punctuate a sentence
Answer: a) Express agreement

“Life with Derek,” a Canadian TV show, centers around a blended family. What is the family’s last name?
a) Johnson
b) Smith
c) McDonald
d) Venturi
Answer: d) Venturi

Which Canadian actress stars as Moira Rose in the TV show “Schitt’s Creek?
a) Catherine O’Hara
b) Annie Murphy
c) Emily Hampshire
d) Dan Levy
Answer: a) Catherine O’Hara

“Lost Girl,” a Canadian TV series, follows the adventures of Bo, a supernatural being known as a succubus. In which city is the show primarily set?
a) Toronto
b) Vancouver
c) Montreal
d) Calgary
Answer: a) Toronto

Which Canadian singer-songwriter released the album “Tidal” and is known for hits like “Building a Mystery” and “Angel”?
a) Celine Dion
b) Alanis Morissette
c) Sarah McLachlan
d) Nelly Furtado
Answer: c) Sarah McLachlan

The TV series “Corner Gas” is set in a fictional town named:
a) Dog River
b) South Park
c) Greendale
d) Schitt’s Creek
Answer: a) Dog River

Which Canadian musician is known for hits like “Summer of ’69,” “Heaven,” and “Run to You”?
a) Bryan Adams
b) Neil Young
c) Leonard Cohen
d) Joni Mitchell
Answer: a) Bryan Adams

“Come From Away,” a Broadway musical, is based on the true story of a Canadian town that provided refuge to passengers stranded during which event?
a) Titanic sinking
b) 9/11 attacks
c) Hindenburg disaster
d) Pearl Harbor attack
Answer: b) 9/11 attacks

“The Beaverton,” a satirical news TV show, parodies real-world news and events. Which Canadian news outlet does it parody?
a) CBC News
b) CTV News
c) Global News
d) Toronto Star
Answer: a) CBC News

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