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High Park: Quiz


Question 1: There is, however, no shortage of non-native trees including Colorado Spruce, ________ and Northern Catalpa.
Scots PineJuniperus communisEuropeNorway Spruce

Question 2: Due to the condition in the Howards' conveyance forbidding the consumption of ________ in the park, High Park is the last "dry" area of the City of Toronto, and the Cafe restaurant and banquet hall is not licensed to serve alcohol.

Question 3: High Park also lends its name to two official neighbourhoods of the City of Toronto, "High Park-Swansea" and "________" adjoining the Park.
Runnymede-Bloor West VillageHigh Park NorthRoncesvalles, TorontoSwansea, Toronto

Question 4: The northern end of the Pond was naturalized, building a ________ to filter the waters the Pond receives from the stream.
BiomeDeserts and xeric shrublandsWetlandMangrove

Question 5: High Park is the largest park in Toronto, Ontario, ________.
CanadaUnited KingdomBarbadosUnited States

Question 6: In the winter, an artificial ice rink is operated to the north of the Pool for skating and ________.
Ice hockey at the Olympic GamesIce Hockey World ChampionshipsIce hockeyCanada men's national ice hockey team

Question 7: Wendigo Creek, Wendigo Pond and Wendigo Way are likely named after the wendigo, mythical cannibalistic creatures of ________ mythology.
Algic languagesOjibwe languageAlgonquian languagesEastern Algonquian languages

Question 8: It stretches south from ________ West to The Queensway, just north of Lake Ontario.
Dundas Street (Toronto)Bloor StreetThe Queensway (Toronto)Eglinton Avenue

Question 9: The 30B Lambton bus operates from Kipling and High Park stations into the park from Victoria Day to ________.
Labour DayMalaysiaInternational Workers' DaySerbia


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