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Question 1: It shares water boundaries with Quebec to the north and ________ to the east and south, as well as a small land boundary with the Vaudreuil-Soulanges region of Quebec to the east.
MassachusettsNew JerseyConnecticutNew York

Question 2: Algonquin College has 5 campuses in ________, Perth, Pembroke, Hawkesbury, and Renfrew.
Hamilton, OntarioTorontoGreater SudburyOttawa

Question 3: By far the largest city in the region is the recently amalgamated city of ________, capital of Canada, which accounts for roughly 60% of Eastern Ontario's population.
OttawaHamilton, OntarioGreater SudburyToronto

Question 4: Summers are fairly warm and humid in the Ottawa and ________, usually lasting a little longer than winter does in duration.
Saint Lawrence RiverDetroit RiverGreat LakesOttawa River

Question 5:
French explorers and ________ were the first Europeans to pass through this region.
Fur tradeNew FranceLouisiana (New France)Acadia

Question 6: It includes the census divisions of Prescott and Russell, Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, Lanark, Renfrew, Leeds and Grenville, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, and ________.
Hamilton, OntarioTorontoGreater SudburyOttawa

Question 7: Extensive immigration by ________ from the Highland land clearances also took place around the time of the United Empire Loyalist migration.
Scottish clanScottish HighlandsTartanHighland Clearances

Question 8: Strictly speaking, Eastern Ontario refers to the part of the province that lies east of where ________ narrows into the St. Lawrence River.
Lake SuperiorLake OntarioGreat LakesLake Huron

Question 9: Kingston, itself once capital of the ________, is the other major city in the region outide of the National Capital Region.
Upper CanadaProvince of Quebec (1763–1791)Lower CanadaProvince of Canada

Question 10: In Ottawa, Prescott and Russell, Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, and (although declining) Renfrew, Eastern Ontario is home to the largest ________ community within Ontario.
Franco-OntarianTorontoGreater SudburyFrench Language Services Act


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