Boardgame - Which Way to Remembrance?

Rules of the game

  • For 2 to 6 players. Play with 1 die. Player who rolls highest number goes first.
  • Roll the die and try to answer the question in the square you land on. Answers are in the newspaper.
  • If you answer incorrectly, you miss your next turn.
  • If you land on your character's square, roll again.
  • First player to reach the finish line wins!

Boardgame - PDF Version

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Start

Clue & Picture Square 1

caribou statue

The caribou statue is located in _____ Park, St. John's.

Clue & Picture Square 2

HMCS Sackville

HMCS Sackville is located in ____________.

Clue & Picture Square 3

Monument dedicated to Canadians who died in war. Near Cavendish Beach, Prince Edward Island.

In Cavendish, the monument is near the ____________.

Clue & Picture Square 4

Mural of a soldier and tank made with rocks from the beach of Dieppe.

The Dieppe mural contains ___ stones.

Animal Square Gandy

Gandy

If Gandy is your character, roll again.

Clue & Picture Square 5

memorial shaped like a ship bow

The memorial shaped like a ship bow is located in _____________.

Clue & Picture Square 6

Batisse the Goat, mascot of Royal 22e Régiment, with soldier in La Citadelle in Québec City, Quebec.

Name of the Royal 22e Régiment mascot ____________.

Animal Square Simone

Simone

If Simone is your character, roll again.

Action Square 1

Red octagon

Cats, bears, dogs, even goats served as mascots during war time. Roll again!

Clue & Picture Square 7

Inuit stone sculpture of an inukshuk

The Inuit stone sculpture is an _____________.

Clue & Picture Square 8

Juno the Polar Bear, mascot of the Canadian Army.

The name of the Canadian Army mascot is _____________.

Clue & Picture Square 9

Mayo monument in shape of Yukon Territory.

The Mayo monument is shaped like the _________ Territory.

Animal Square Squeaker

Squeaker

If Squeaker is your character, roll again.

Action Square 2

Red octagon

Pigeons used to carry messages during wars. Roll again!

Did You Know Square 1

Question mark

Did you know that over 1.6 million Canadians served in wars?

Clue & Picture Square 10

Highway of Heroes road sign

The Highway of Heroes runs from ________ to Toronto.

Clue & Picture Square 11

Statue of Winnie-the-Pooh sitting in a tree

Harry Colburne is the soldier who bought ________ the bear.

Animal Square Bonfire

Bonfire

If Bonfire is your character, roll again.

Clue & Picture Square 12

Valour Road street sign

__ Victoria Cross recipients lived on Valour Road.

Clue & Picture Square 13

Aerial view of Taylor Field

________ Field is home to the Roughriders football team.

Clue & Picture Square 14

Corporal Dustin Wasden and his uncle Private Harold Wasden.

Wasden _____ and island are located in Saskatchewan.

Animal Square Win

Win

If Win is your character, roll again.

Action Square 3

Red octagon

Horses and elephants carried supplies during war. Roll again!

Did You Know Square 2

question mark

Did you know that Remembrance Day is on November 11?

Clue & Picture Square 15

Mosaic made of 240 individual paintings of military scenes.

The mosaic in the Calgary Military Museums is made up of __ paintings.

Clue & Picture Square 16

Private John Pattison

Mount ______ is located in the Rockies.

Clue & Picture Square 17

Remembrance monument dedicated to railway workers who served and died in war.

This monument is dedicated to ___ workers who died at war.

Animal Square Ellie

Ellie

If Ellie is your character, roll again.

Action Square 4

Red octagon

You forgot to wear your poppy. Go back 3 spaces.

Finish

Answers to the 'Which Way to Remembrance' Boardgame are found in the text of Tales of Animals in War 2010 edition.

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