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Weston, Ontario: Quiz


Question 1: An art community is beginning to develop around Weston Road and John Street and may lead to ________.
Rent controlSan FranciscoNew York CityGentrification

Question 2: [4] In response, low-lying areas in the Humber River valley were converted to parkland and property zoning standards were changed across Ontario to avoid building encroachment on ________.
River deltaFloodplainBraided riverAnabranch

Question 3: [3] On October 5, 1869, ________ attended the sod turning ceremony for the construction of the Toronto Grey and Bruce Railway.
Edward VII of the United KingdomPrince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and StrathearnGeorge V of the United KingdomAlfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

Question 4: [4] Improvements to the Main Street, now Weston Road, and the 1856 arrival of the ________ brought growth on the east side.
Grand Trunk RailwayCanadian Pacific RailwayOntarioCanadian National Railway

Question 5: Weston falls within the service area of the ________ (TTC).
GO TransitMississauga TransitToronto Transit CommissionBrampton Transit

Question 6: In some areas of the park, you can see exposed ________ in the walls of the valley, made visible by the action of glaciers that carved out the valley during the last glacial period about 20000 years ago.
Geologic time scaleSandstoneSedimentary rockGeology

Question 7: Weston is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, ________ in the northwest end of the city, within the former boundaries of the old City of York.
BarbadosUnited KingdomCanadaUnited States

Question 8: Of late, the issue of the proposed high-speed rail link between ________ and Union Station downtown has become a hot political issue in Weston.
Toronto Pearson International AirportMontréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International AirportOttawa Macdonald-Cartier International AirportCanada's Wonderland

Question 9: ________, loons, mallards and seagulls are a common sight.
Canada GooseRaccoonSnow GooseNorthern Pintail

Question 10: The park has a population of ________ as can be seen the from the tell-tale marks left behind on trees.
BeaverNorth American BeaverEuropean BeaverGerman language


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