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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.
AlcoholAlkaneEthanolAldehyde

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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