Canuckle Word – What’s the Canuckle Answer for the Day?

For those Canuckle fans who’ve missed it, here is the complete Canuckle answer history archive.

Canuckle Word Game

I love Wordle, and the Canadian version of it – Canuckle – is also a lot of fun. Canuckle is a Wordle spinoff with a Canadian theme. After playing Canuckle for a week or so, I decided I’d better do some research into the answer history. That way I’d know what words had already been used for the daily puzzle. There’s no sense in wasting guesses on words that have already been the answer, after all.

I will be maintaining on this page a history of the Canuckle answers. There will be no spoilers! So it will be safe for you to check this page if you are interested in knowing what the previous answers have been. I won’t be giving away the current day’s answer.

I also started keeping a list of words I think are very likely to be, at some point, the Canuckle puzzle answer. They are 5-letter words with a very Canadian theme – like BACON, CANOE, MOOSE, etc.

The answer for the day will not be posted until the following day. This is for tracking historical answers only – not for cheating! So if you are looking for a cheater page, sorry! You won’t find it here!

Update July 2 2022

Alas, Canuckle ended July 1, 2022. The creators of Canuckle have decided to take a break, and there will be no more new daily Canuckle word puzzles. #142 is the last one, although they did hint in their blog of the possibility of resuming the daily puzzle at some later date.

I just want to say thanks to the creators of Canuckle. I have thoroughly enjoyed it, and I hope you decided to re-start it some day in the not so distant future!

Update October 21, 2022

Exciting news! The creators of Canuckle resumed their daily word puzzle October 4, after a brief respite since July 1.

Here’s the complete answer history for the game from its start on February 10, 2022, to today.

Canuckle Answer Archive.

  1. Canoe (February 10, 2022 – the first Canuckle game)
  2. Maple
  3. Inuit
  4. Plaid (most of the words on this list make sense, but I’m not sure how this one fits!!
  5. Igloo
  6. Hoser
  7. Syrup
  8. Bacon
  9. Sorry
  10. Whale
  11. North
  12. Aboot (Yes, they actually spelled it wrong. I’m not sure that should have been allowed!)
  13. Banff
  14. Falls
  15. Totem
  16. Queen
  17. Loons
  18. Metis
  19. Toque
  20. Canal
  21. Crude
  22. Goose
  23. Lakes
  24. Crown
  25. Spuds
  26. Roots
  27. Snowy
  28. Yukon
  29. Polar
  30. Bison
  31. Tower
  32. Bears
  33. Leafs
  34. Wheat
  35. Parks
  36. Kayak
  37. Moose (March 18, 2022)
  38. Pride
  39. Rocky
  40. Scoff
  41. Cabin
  42. Beers
  43. Parka
  44. Rinks
  45. Fries
  46. Coast
  47. Order
  48. Phone
  49. Birch (March 30, 2022)
  50. PORTS (March 31, 2022)
  51. DAIRY (April 1, 2022)
  52. SKATE (April 2, 2022)
  53. FARMS (April 3, 2022)
  54. RIVER (April 4)
  55. SPORT (April 5)
  56. GLOBE (April 6)
  57. CURDS (April 7)
  58. FOXES (April 8)
  59. CROPS (April 9)
  60. CAMPS (April 10)
  61. RODEO (April 11)
  62. TRADE (April 12)
  63. PEACE (April 13)
  64. MINES (April 14)
  65. SHORE (April 15)
  66. CEDAR (April 16)
  67. LARGE (April 17)
  68. BRIER (April 18)
  69. TIDES (April 19)
  70. KLICK (April 20)
  71. DENIM (April 21)
  72. SHIPS (April 22)
  73. POPPY (April 23)
  74. COURT (April 24)
  75. LODGE (April 25)
  76. OCEAN (April 26)
  77. RUGBY (April 27)
  78. METRE (April 28)
  79. ELDER (April 29)
  80. SPACE (April 30)
  81. HORSE (May 1)
  82. FOGGY (May 2)
  83. TAXES (May 3)
  84. TRAIN (May 4) (Interesting bit of trivia, this was also the Wordle answer for the day).
  85. MUSIC (May 5)
  86. MITTS (May 6)
  87. GRAIN (May 7)
  88. ROUGE (May 8)
  89. TULIP (May 9)
  90. WINES (May 10)
  91. SERGE (May 11) (You likely didn’t know, but this is part of a Mounties uniform. I didn’t know that either!)
  92. RURAL (May 12)
  93. TROOPS (May 13)
  94. JUNOS (May 14)
  95. TRACK (May 15)
  96. SUNNY (May 16)
  97. ZONES (May 17)
  98. BEACH (May 18)
  99. SKIER (May 19)
  100. GUARD (May 20)
  101. EXPOS (May 21)
  102. HYDRO (May 22)
  103. TRAIL
  104. DUCKS
  105. WATER
  106. BOOTS (May 26)
  107. TARTS (as in Buttertarts, the first known recipe was in Barrie Ontario)
  108. APPLE
  109. HOOPS (as in basketball, invented by a Canadian)
  110. TAIGA
  111. STEEL (May 31)
  112. GAMES (June 1)
  113. ELECT (June 2)
  114. TREES (June 3)
  115. FIELD (June 4)
  116. PRIME
  117. CHIPS
  118. PAGER
  119. DONUT (June 8)
  120. SCREW
  121. CHIEF
  122. PEAKS (June 11)
  123. ARENA (June 12)
  124. SLEDS (June 13)
  125. HOUSE (June 14)
  126. BAGEL (June 15)
  127. FORCE (June 16)
  128. ROWER (June 17)
  129. RADIO (June 18)
  130. LITRE (June 19)
  131. ROYAL (June 20)
  132. BEADS (June 21)
  133. CLOCK (June 22)
  134. TROUT (June 23)
  135. STICK (June 24)
  136. DINOS (June 25)
  137. STORM (June 26)
  138. PIZZA (June 27)
  139. TAFFY (June 28)
  140. GREAT (June 29)
  141. PUCKS (June 30)
  142. PROUD (July 1, 2022) The last Canuckle puzzle until October 4.
  143. SPIKE (October 4, 2022). After a brief break, our good friends at Canuckle resumed the game!
  144. RIDGE (Oct 5)
  145. GEESE (Oct 6)
  146. REIGN (Oct 7)
  147. UPPER (Oct 8)
  148. PLAIN (Oct 9)
  149. MONEY (Oct 10)
  150. HURON (Oct 11)
  151. LAGER (Oct 12)
  152. DOMES (Oct 13)
  153. SPILE (Oct 14). Fun fact, a spile is the steel tap inserted into a maple tree used to harvest maple syrup.
  154. CANDY (Oct 15)
  155. TONNE (Oct 16)
  156. ROCKS (Oct 17)
  157. QUILT (Oct 18)
  158. FLAME (Oct 19)
  159. LARCH (Oct 20). Yes, this is a real word. It’s a type of tree that grows in northern Canada.
  160. CREEK (Oct 21)
  161. ORCAS (Oct 22)
  162. SEVEN (Oct 23). The “Group of Seven” is a famous Canadian group of painters known for their dramatic landscapes.
  163. VOTER (Oct 24).
  164. BASIN (Oct 25)
  165. WALLS (Oct 26)
  166. PLANE (Oct 27)
  167. GRAVY (Oct 28)
  168. PINGO (Oct 29)
  169. BILLS (Oct 30). Not the American NFL football team, but ‘bills’ as in legislation passed in Parliament.
  170. RAVEN (Oct 31)
  171. BRAIN (Nov 1). As in neuro-surgery. Yes, Canada does have it’s fair share of brain surgeons, but then so does all first world western countries. Sometimes our friends at Canuckle stretch things a bit.
  172. POINT (Nov 2). Point Pelee is Canada’s southern-most point and has a world-famous bird watching sanctuary.
  173. ROPER (Nov 3). That’s the guy who ropes cattle with a lasso.
  174. SEALS (Nov 4). As in Arctic seals.
  175. FLEET (Nov 5). With the longest combined coastlines in the world, our country depends on shipping fleets.
  176. SMART (Nov 6). Canada has one of the highest literacy rates in the world.
  177. CELLS (Nov 7). Canadians pioneered stem cell research.
  178. SHEEP (Nov 8). Sheep farming is big business here.
  179. PIANO (Nov 9).
  180. FERRY (Nov 10).
  181. SERVE (Nov 11).
  182. PERCH (Nov 12).
  183. ARGOS (Nov 13).
  184. CIDER (Nov 14).
  185. RIFLE (Nov 15).
  186. SEEDS (Nov 16).
  187. LIGHT (Nov 17).
  188. CURLS (Nov 18).
  189. MOUNT (Nov 19).
  190. CHILD (Nov 20).
  191. LAUGH (Nov 21)
  192. MODEM (Nov 22).
  193. FILMS (Nov 23).
  194. SUPER (Nov 24).
  195. DANCE (Nov 25)
  196. BURNT (Nov 26)
  197. PAPER (Nov 27)
  198. RAINY (Nov 28)
  199. SHALE (Nov 29)
  200. STEAK (Nov 30)
  201. BLOCK (Dec 1)
  202. OTTER (Dec 2)
  203. CLIFF (Dec 3)
  204. BONES (Dec 4)
  205. TRUCK (Dec 5)
  206. XXXXX (Dec 6)

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