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Department
Recreation and Leisure Studies
Course
REC 280
Professor
Stephen Smith
Semester
Winter

Description
QUIZ 3 SAMPLE QUESTIONS True/False A = True B = False 1. Proportionately, Prince Edward Island has the highest concentration of recreation and entertainment enterprises of all the provinces and territories across Canada.F 2. A “children’s museum” is a museum that focuses on toys, cartoons, fashion, and other aspects of a child’s lifestyle. F 3. The concept of an amusement was first developed and promoted by Walt Disney. F 4. Casinos are a relatively important source of employment for aboriginal peoples in Canada. F 5. Cirque du Soleil is a world-famous Canadian-based circus. T 6. According to your text, hunting plays an important role in maintaining a healthy wildlife population. T 7. A positive impact of tourism on wildlife is that wildlife can lose their fear of people, becoming comfortable around people. F 8. So far, deserts have been spared from the impact of people engaging in outdoor recreation. F 9. Unlike other forms of economic activity, tourism produces no significant negative environmental impacts. F 10. Sustainable tourism is synonymous with (means the same thing as) eco-tourism. F 11. Unlike many countries, much of Canadian wilderness is land owned by the federal or provincial governments. T 12. The carrying capacity of a site is a concept that sounds precise but, in practice, can take on a wide variety of values depending on management goals. T 13. Large theme parks are largely resistant to economic downturns. F Multiple Choice 14. An important difference between a conference and a convention is that: a. conference attendees usually come from a single industry or occupation b. conference attendees come from many different backgrounds c. conferences are larger than conventions d. conferences emphasize social events more than conventions 15. According to statistics presented in lecture, the tourism industry whose labour force is characterized by young, well-educated men, working disproportionately in small businesses is: a. attractions b. events c. festivals d. adventure tourism services 16. According to lecture, Canada’s guidelines for sustainable tourism include: a. involving local communities in decisions affecting their tourism development b. honesty in marketing c. the creation of national parks d. all of the above 17. According to lecture, benefits from implementing Canada’s code of ethic for tourism include: a. improved global competitiveness b. greater use of technology in managing resources c. increase in the percentage of domestic visi
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