Calling all #CanadaExperts! Are you ready to test your knowledge? The first exciting stop on our Driftscape Trivia adventure is here, and it's set to take you on a thrilling virtual journey across the Bizarre History of O Canada!
When was “O Canada” first performed as Canada’s National Anthem?
Fun Fact: Did you know “O Canada” wasn’t written to be Canada’s national anthem! Far from it. The music was written by a veteran of the American Civil War to celebrate a nationalist Quebecois holiday.
This trivia question is part of the Canadiana points of interest mapped in the Driftscape app.
Canadiana is a web series on the hunt for the most incredible stories in Canadian history. From scandalous love triangles to secret experiments, from rebels and freedom fighters to pirates and assassins, we uncover the fascinating and the unexpected.
What Awaits You?
Our upcoming travel trivia questions are carefully curated to teleport you to captivating destinations such as Ontario, Interlake Manitoba, Alberta, and more while challenging your local knowledge and igniting your wanderlust. Whether you're a local or a visitor, our trivia game promises an unforgettable experience.
About Driftscape Trivia:
"Driftscape Trivia" is not just another trivia game; every question unlocks a thrilling story! It will take you on a journey into the heart and soul of Canada. Whether you're a Canadian proudly showcasing your expertise or an international player eager to discover the diverse facets of this magnificent country, Driftscape Trivia offers a delightful educational experience. Let the games begin!
How to Play:
Download "Driftscape" on your Android or iOS device, subscribe to the Driftscape Gems org, and embark on a journey of discovery. Play the trivia game for free anytime, and get notified via email and/or text for weekly challenges and to track and share your stats!
Driftscape is a digital storytelling platform whose core product is a local discovery and travel app. The Driftscape app provides a platform for municipalities, tourism, and cultural organizations to share their stories interactively and engagingly to a growing base of active users.
For users, the app is a personal guide that helps them explore their surroundings from the point of view of local experts. The app also helps users discover places of interest, events, and tours from a growing list of content partners.
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