Who was McDonnell and where were "the heights"?
There was a major McDonnell on Brock's staff at the battle of Queenston Heights. After Brock was killed he took local command of the British counterattack that threw the Americans back across the river. I don't think he was officially Brock's 2ic though.Which province is noted for riparine piracy?
According to the Arrogant Worms, this would be Saskatchewan.Where might you be invited to kiss a cod (bonus points for why)?
Newfoundland of course. "Because they are nuts" seems as plausible explanation as any.Who wears (wore) number 66 (bonus for why?)
Mario Lemieux of the Pittsburgh Penguins because it is "99" upside down; 99 being Wayne Gretzky's number.With which countries does Canada share an international frontier?
Canada shares a land frontier with the United States and its territorial waters march with those of France (St. Pierre et Miquelon) and Denmark (Greenland). It could be argued that there is a 'point' frontier with Russia and Norway at the North Pole but I think the pole lies well outside any legally recognised territorial waters.Why do many westerners object to the current Canadian flag?
The flag features a maple leaf and maples don't grow in the west. 1/2 point for suggesting it's because westerners have a chip on their shoulders.Which Canadian town still has a predominantly Icelandic population?
Gimli, MBWhich Canadian city lies due south of the lower 48 US states?
Windsor, ONWhat was the former name of Regina SK?
Pile O'Bones, though having been there, Moose Turd seems quite appropriate.What was the former name of Kitchener ON?
Berlin. The name was changed in 1915.
And so, using my extremely arbitrary marking system, the leaders are:curtana
with 10.5 pointslakme
with 10 pointscommodorified
with 8 pointsmelted_snowball
with 7 points (not bad for a fairly new Canadian)ann1962
with 5.5 pointsredbird
with 5 points
Way behind them came:lemur_catta
with 2 pointsf4f3
with 1 pointhelianthas
with nul points (typical American!)