Canadian Citizenship Practice Test 07

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Quiz 07

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