Canadian Citizenship Practice Test 01

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Quiz 01

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Question 1
Who governs Canada on a daily basis at the federal level?
A
Governor General
B
Prime Minister
C
The Queen
D
Premier
Question 2
What is the primary role of the police in Canada?
A
To conduct or support land warfare, peacekeeping, or humanitarian missions
B
To keep people safe and to enforce the law
C
To provide national security intelligence to the government
D
To resolve disputes and interpret law
Question 3
Which of the following answers is NOT true about the Canada/USA relationship?
A
Canada and the USA share the longest undefended international border.
B
Canada and the USA are the largest trading partners in the world.
C
Canada exports very few goods to the USA.
D
The Canada/USA relationship is the closest and the most extensive in the world.
Question 4
What region of Canada is known as the "Land of the Midnight Sun?"
A
Atlantic Provinces
B
Western Provinces
C
Prairie Provinces
D
Northern Territories
Question 5
Which of the following are Atlantic Provinces?
A
Alberta, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
B
Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Manitoba and Prince Edward Island
C
Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
D
Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Ontario
Question 6
Which of the following criterion gives a Canadian the right to vote?
A
Being an immigrant
B
Being on an official voter's list
C
Having a driver’s license
D
Owning a house
Question 7
What principles out of the following is Canada's constitution based on?
A
Peace, Order and Good government
B
Mobility Rights, Order, and Good Government
C
War, Order, and Good Government
D
Multiculturalism, Peace, and Order
Question 8
To which of the following communities do the majority of Canadians belong?
A
Jewish
B
Hindu
C
Muslim
D
Christian
Question 9
What did the Suffrage Movement achieve?
A
Quebec experienced an era of rapid change.
B
The Suffrage Movement led to the introduction of employment insurance.
C
The Suffrage Movement abolished slavery in Canada.
D
Women achieved the right to vote.
Question 10
What is the significance of the Quebec Act of 1774?
A
Canada's tolerance towards all religions was affected.
B
The birth of Canada.
C
Peace, Order and Good Government became Canada’s main principles.
D
The Province of Quebec was divided into Upper Canada.
Question 11
Which animal is the national symbol of Canada?
A
Deer
B
Bear
C
Cougar
D
Beaver
Question 12
Who was the first Prime Minister of Canada?
A
Sir John A. Macdonald
B
Sir Guy Carleton
C
Sir Louis-Hippolyte La Fontaine
D
Sir Isaac Brock
Question 13
What is the highest honour a Canadian can receive?
A
The Canadian Crown
B
The Canadian Cross
C
The Victoria Cross
D
The Peace Order
Question 14
Under Canadian law, why is every person presumed to be innocent until proven guilty?
A
Freedom of thought, belief, opinion, and expression
B
Men and women are equal under the law.
C
No person or group is above the law.
D
To guarantee the due legal process under the law
Question 15
Of the following, what is a non-Canadian not allowed to do?
A
Vote in the federal and provincial election
B
Own a house or a farm
C
Get health insurance
D
Get higher education
Question 16
Which Canadian province is the largest producer of oil and natural gas?
A
Quebec
B
Ontario
C
Nova Scotia
D
Alberta
Question 17
What is Canada's system of governance?
A
Federal state, parliamentary democracy and dictatorship
B
Federal state, parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy
C
Federal state, Provincial state and constitutional monarchy
D
Police state, parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy
Question 18
What does the Crown mean for Canadians?
A
The Crown contain symbols of England, France, Scotland, and Ireland, as well as red maple leaves.
B
The Crown is a symbol of government, including Parliament, legislatures, courts, police services, and the armed forces.
C
A national motto, A Mari Usque Ad Mare, which, in Latin, means ‘from sea to sea.’
D
The Crown reflects the Greco-Roman heritage of Western civilization in which democracy originated.
Question 19
Which of the following were the first four provinces in the Canadian Confederation?
A
Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Province of Canada (Ontario & Quebec)
B
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Province of Canada (Ontario & Quebec)
C
New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Province of Canada (Ontario & Quebec)
D
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Alberta, Manitoba
Question 20
What are the three branches of the Canadian government?
A
Executive, Legislative and Monarchy
B
Executive, Police and Judicial
C
Executive, Legislative and Judicial
D
Executive, Senate and Judicial
Question 21
What does the National Register of Electors contain?
A
Database of Canadian citizens at least 18 years of age who are qualified to vote in federal elections and referendums
B
Database of landed immigrants
C
Database of all Canadian citizens
D
Database of Canadian tax payers
Question 22
What is the significance of hockey?
A
It is the most popular spectator sport in Canada and also its national winter sport.
B
None of these
C
It is the national summer sport.
D
Canada won a gold medal in 2008’s Olympics in this event.
Question 23
Who out of the following is above the law in Canada?
A
Judges
B
Police
C
Politicians
D
No one
Question 24
Why is the discovery of insulin by Canadians so important?
A
Insulin treats diabetes, which has saved millions of lives worldwide.
B
Insulin saves the lives of people with heart disorder.
C
Insulin eliminated polio in the world.
D
Insulin helps control abnormal heart rate.
Question 25
A Member of Parliament from Toronto decides to spend the weekend in his electoral district. This means he will be
A
Taking a tour in the province of Ontario
B
In Ottawa
C
In some part of Toronto where he was elected
D
Somewhere in the USA
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