A carefully designed completely FREE test practice website to help people who are preparing for ‘Canadian Citizenship’ test. Site contains 250 questions taken from ‘Discover Canada’ handbook. This practice test is presented in a format that closely resembles the Official Test. Whilst the questions that we have selected are not the actual test questions, you can use them to find out whether you are ready to take the actual test.
To keep people safe and to enforce the law
To conduct or support land warfare, peacekeeping, or humanitarian missions
To provide national security intelligence to the government
To resolve disputes and interpret law
In some part of Toronto where he was elected
Somewhere in the USA
Taking a tour in the province of Ontario
Women achieved the right to vote.
The Suffrage Movement led to the introduction of employment insurance.
The Suffrage Movement abolished slavery in Canada.
Quebec experienced an era of rapid change.
Having a driver’s license
Owning a house
Being on an official voter's list
Being an immigrant
Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
Alberta, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Manitoba and Prince Edward Island
Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Ontario
Insulin helps control abnormal heart rate.
Insulin treats diabetes, which has saved millions of lives worldwide.
Insulin saves the lives of people with heart disorder.
Insulin eliminated polio in the world.
Database of Canadian citizens at least 18 years of age who are qualified to vote in federal elections and referendums
Database of all Canadian citizens
Database of landed immigrants
Database of Canadian tax payers
The Canadian Cross
The Victoria Cross
The Canadian Crown
The Peace Order
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Province of Canada (Ontario & Quebec)
New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Province of Canada (Ontario & Quebec)
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Alberta, Manitoba
Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Province of Canada (Ontario & Quebec)
The Province of Quebec was divided into Upper Canada.
Canada's tolerance towards all religions was affected.
Peace, Order and Good Government became Canada’s main principles.
The birth of Canada.
Federal state, parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy
Police state, parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy
Federal state, Provincial state and constitutional monarchy
Federal state, parliamentary democracy and dictatorship
Get health insurance
Vote in the federal and provincial election
Own a house or a farm
Get higher education
The Crown contain symbols of England, France, Scotland, and Ireland, as well as red maple leaves.
The Crown is a symbol of government, including Parliament, legislatures, courts, police services, and the armed forces.
A national motto, A Mari Usque Ad Mare, which, in Latin, means ‘from sea to sea.’
The Crown reflects the Greco-Roman heritage of Western civilization in which democracy originated.
Executive, Legislative and Judicial
Executive, Legislative and Monarchy
Executive, Senate and Judicial
Executive, Police and Judicial
To guarantee the due legal process under the law
No person or group is above the law.
Men and women are equal under the law.
Freedom of thought, belief, opinion, and expression
War, Order, and Good Government
Mobility Rights, Order, and Good Government
Peace, Order and Good government
Multiculturalism, Peace, and Order
Sir Isaac Brock
Sir Louis-Hippolyte La Fontaine
Sir Guy Carleton
Sir John A. Macdonald
Canada exports very few goods to the USA.
The Canada/USA relationship is the closest and the most extensive in the world.
Canada and the USA share the longest undefended international border.
Canada and the USA are the largest trading partners in the world.
It is the national summer sport.
None of these
It is the most popular spectator sport in Canada and also its national winter sport.
Canada won a gold medal in 2008’s Olympics in this event.