North America

Canada Largest Cities


First choose the number of cities by typing ‘100’, ‘250’, ‘500’, or ‘1k’ – then try to achieve the highest population among the top Canadian cities you chose. Quiz is not timed.

Enter # of cities (100, 250, 500, or '1k')


  1. I always find it funny how Sidney, BC has an actual fair sized town centre, but is considered smaller than places with little to no town centre, like Central Saanich, which sort of has Saanichton and Brentwood as mini-town centres, but both are much smaller than Sidney. But, I guess it all depends how the municipalities are divided.

    1. I just realized that North Cowichan doesn’t even include the city of Duncan, but does include the towns of Chemainus and Crofton. IMO, It’s not really accurate to call this quiz “Largest Cities Canada”.

  2. Argh! Too bad Duncan isn’t accepted for North Cowichan and Sherwood Park isn’t accepted for Strathcona County. I did type Strathcona, but forgot the County park. Plus, I typed Chatham, Rockland, and Strathroy without knowing there was more to them.

  3. What is that red dot in the northeast of Alberta (Population 65,565) supposed to be? There’s no places up in that area other than Fort McMurray, and that sure as hell isn’t the answer.

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