Richmond Hill, Ontario: Quiz

Question 1: The old downtown Richmond Hill is considered the strip of ________ between Major Mackenzie in the south and Richmond Heights in the north.
Bathurst Street, TorontoDundas Street (Toronto)Yonge StreetWoodbine Avenue (Ontario)

Question 2: Its landlocked situation inhibits any water transportation and it lacks an airport of its own, though it does border on Markham's ________.
Toronto/Markham AirportToronto Pearson International AirportLondon International AirportToronto/Buttonville Municipal Airport

Question 3: Built in the early to mid 1990s, the area is serviced by Highway 404, York Region Transit, and ________.
Toronto/Buttonville Municipal AirportToronto Pearson International AirportToronto/Markham AirportLondon International Airport

Question 4: The closest large airport is ________.
Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International AirportOttawa Macdonald-Cartier International AirportToronto Pearson International AirportUnion Station (Toronto)

Question 5: In the ________,[2] the self-reported visible minority and religious groups in Richmond Hill were:
Canada 2001 CensusCanada 2006 CensusInuitCanada 1996 Census

Question 6: [15] The largest such park is Richmond Green Sports Centre and Park which includes several ________, 2 skating rinks, a 300-person amphitheatre and a skateboard park.
Triple playStolen baseBaseball fieldBunt (baseball)

Question 7: The ________ was established by Bill 102 An Act to Establish the Regional Municipality of York of the provincial parliament, passed on June 26, 1970 and coming into force on January 1, 1971.
Regional Municipality of YorkGreater Toronto AreaTorontoRegional Municipality of Durham

Question 8: Richmond Hill is the only municipal Canadian government to have light pollution laws in place due to the presence of the ________.
Toronto Magnetic and Meteorological ObservatoryMassey CollegeLeslie L. Dan Pharmacy BuildingDavid Dunlap Observatory

Question 9: Once considered the "________ Capital of the World", Richmond Hill has in recent years seen a huge population upsurge, being Canada's fastest-growing community in the 1990s.
RoseCitrusEnglandRosa canina

Question 10: The only post-secondary school located within Richmond Hill is ________, which maintains a campus in Richmond Hill.
George Brown CollegeSeneca CollegeHumber CollegeCentennial College

Source: The Full Wiki (,_Ontario)