Canadian Citizenship Practice Test 07

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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.


Quiz 07

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Question 1
What is the meaning of a right to a secret ballot?
A
Only the election officer knows who you voted for.
B
None of these
C
It allows voters to take the ballot paper out of the polling place to show others who they voted for.
D
No one should look at who you voted for and no one has the right to insist you tell them who you voted for.
Question 2
Which of the following is the Municipal Government responsible for?
A
Aboriginal Affairs
B
Highways
C
Urban Transit
D
Currency
Question 3
Which of the following song is Canada's national anthem?
A
My Canada
B
The Maple Leaf Forever
C
The Maple Leaf Rag
D
O Canada
Question 4
Where have most immigrants come from since the 1970s?
A
USA
B
France
C
Asia
D
England
Question 5
Which of the following are distinct regions included in Canada?
A
The Prairie Provinces and The West Coast
B
The Northern Territories
C
All the answers are correct
D
The Atlantic Provinces, Ontario and Quebec
Question 6
More than three-quarters of the population in Quebec speak which language?
A
English as a first language
B
French as a first language
C
French as a second language
D
German as a first language
Question 7
When was Canada’s first financial institution opened?
A
Early 16th century
B
Early 18th century
C
Late 18th and early 19th centuries
D
Late 19th century
Question 8
The provinces are responsible for which of the following?
A
Currency
B
Interprovincial Trade and Communications
C
Health care
D
Navigation
Question 9
The arms that can be seen on dollar bills contain symbols of what?
A
Scotland and Ireland
B
All answers correct
C
Red maple leaves
D
England and France
Question 10
What are the three levels of government in Canada?
A
Federal, provincial, and county
B
Federal, provincial, and rural
C
Federal, state, and city
D
Federal, provincial or territorial, and municipal
Question 11
What are the members of the House of Commons also known as?
A
None of these
B
Commissioners
C
Members of Parliament or MPs
D
Members of the Provincial Parliament (MPPs)
Question 12
When is the Remembrance Day for war veterans?
A
1st November
B
11th November
C
7th September
D
1st July
Question 13
Who are the national police force of Canada and one of its best-known symbols today?
A
The North West Mounted Police
B
The Military police
C
The South East Mounted Police
D
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
Question 14
When did "Canada" become the official name of the country?
A
1758
B
1799
C
1773
D
1791
Question 15
If the government loses a confidence vote in assembly, they:
A
Call for by-elections
B
Must resign
C
Do nothing
D
Can continue
Question 16
Which country is Canada's largest trading partner?
A
People’s Republic of China
B
India
C
United States of America
D
Japan
Question 17
What are the colors present in the Canadian Flag?
A
Blue and white
B
Red and blue
C
Red and white
D
Green and white
Question 18
What is the tenure of the Governor General?
A
6 years
B
5 years
C
4 years
D
7 years
Question 19
Which of the following was a key phrase in the British North America Act, Canada’s original constitutional document in 1867?
A
Peace, Order, and Good Government
B
Geopolitical entity
C
Trade and communications
D
Discipline, education, and good public
Question 20
Which of the following people were Loyalists?
A
The commanders of armies
B
British colonies
C
Aboriginal peoples
D
People loyal to the Crown
Question 21
How is the Prime Minister of Canada appointed?
A
The leader of the party with the most elected representatives becomes the Prime Minister
B
The Prime Minister is chosen by the Members of Parliament
C
The Prime Minister is chosen by the Members of Provincial Parliament
D
The Prime Minister is chosen by the Senate
Question 22
How many Great Lakes are located between Ontario and the United States?
A
Four
B
Six
C
Seven
D
Five
Question 23
Who was Sir George-Étienne Cartier?
A
A railway lawyer and Montrealer
B
The first French-Canadian Prime Minister
C
Canada’s first Prime minister
D
The first head of a responsible government
Question 24
Who out of the following can help you with legal problems?
A
Members of Parliament
B
Politicians
C
Lawyers
D
The police
Question 25
Which one of the following governments provides “publicly-funded” education?
A
City government
B
Federal government
C
None of these
D
Provincial and territorial governments
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