Canadians

by Trevor Morelli

You already know the basics of Canadian culture - maple trees, hockey, Tim Hortons, and Snow (both the rapper who gave us "Informer" and the weather condition), to name a few - so we've made this Canadian music quiz extra hard.

Sit down, relax with a glass of April Wine, and try to Guess Who got a tattoo of an owl on his left arm. It'll be a Triumph if you can get all 10 answers correct, but don't Rush over to Google; see if you can navigate this quiz, which takes you everywhere from Alberta to outer space, on your own.
May 4, 2020
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