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A Mari Usque Ad Mare: Quiz

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Question 1: The first recorded use of the phrase to represent Canada was by George Monro Grant, who was Sanford Fleming's secretary and a ________ minister who used the phrase in his sermons.
Covenant theologyPresbyterianismChristianityProtestantism

Question 2: A Mari Usque Ad Mare (English: From Sea to Sea; French: D'un ocean à l'autre) is the ________ national motto.
CanadaUnited KingdomBarbadosUnited States

Question 3: The motto was first officially used in 1906 on the head of the mace of the new ________.
Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan25th Legislative Assembly of SaskatchewanSaskatchewan general election, 200726th Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan

Question 4: His great-grandson Michael Ignatieff suggests that Grant used the phrase in a nation-building effort during the construction of the ________.
Canadian National RailwayCanadian Pacific RailwayVia RailUnion Pacific Railroad

Question 5: [2] The use of the word "dominion" in the verse reflected the adoption of the name "________" for the new country.
United KingdomCanadaBarbadosOutline of Canada







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