Canada’s House of Commons in Ottawa is the place where federal decisions are made. How much do you know about the people who have been elected to federal government positions? (File photo)
QUIZ: How much do you know about Canada’s colourful political history?
From insults to awkward moments and unusual facts, Canadian political history is seldom boring
On Sept. 20, Canadians will go to the polls to elect a new federal government.
Throughout Canada’s history, this country has had no shortage of colourful political candidates and leaders, unusual moments and even some well-placed insults and jabs from within the House of Commons.
How much do you know about some of the more unusual people and moments in Canada’s political history? Take this quick quiz and put your knowledge to the test.
By the way, make sure to vote on Sept. 20. The outcome of the election could depend on your vote.
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In 1968, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau paid a visit to Selkirk College. Which term, used by him in 1971, later became a Canadian phrase? (File photo)
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