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QUIZ: How much do you know about famous fathers?

In recognition of Father’s Day, take this quiz and put your knowledge to the test

It’s Father’s Day today.

In Canada and many other countries, the third Sunday of June is set aside as a day to honour fathers or the father figures in one’s life.

In recognition of the day, here are a few questions about fatherhood and famous fathers.

Feel free to share this quiz with your dad.


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