Canadian Citizenship Test6

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Question 1
Who was the first Prime Minister of Dominion of Canada?
A
Sir John Alexander Macdonald
B
Sir Leonard Tilley
C
Sir George-Étienne Cartier
D
Sir Louis-Hippolyte La Fontaine
Question 2
Who appoints the judges of the Supreme Court of Canada?
A
The Governor General
B
The Prime Minister
C
The Commissioner
D
The Sovereign
Question 3
Where out of the following does the majority of the Canadian population live?
A
Central Canada
B
Northern Territories
C
West Coast
D
Prairie Provinces
Question 4
What is the last line of our National Anthem?
A
God keep our land glorious and free!
B
The true North strong and free!
C
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee
D
O Canada! Our home and native land!
Question 5
In World War II, Canada contributed more to Allied air effort than any other Commonwealth country. What did they provide?
A
Bombers
B
130,000 allied aircrew trained in Canada
C
Aircraft Parts
D
Fighter Planes
Question 6
What are the main functions of the Cabinet?
A
To prepare the budget and propose majority of new laws
B
Natural resources
C
Defence
D
Navigation
Question 7
Which of the following is the Municipal Government responsible for?
A
Snow removal
B
Education
C
Highways
D
Aboriginal Affairs
Question 8
When did Canada’s economy and industry experienced a boom?
A
1880s
B
1890s and early 1900s
C
1860s
D
1840s
Question 9
Who was the first person to draw a map of Canada’s east coast?
A
Jean Talon
B
Count Frontenac
C
John Cabot
D
Jacques Cartier
Question 10
What are the three main types of industry in Canada?
A
Natural resources, manufacturing and services
B
Tourism, services and manufacturing
C
Natural resources, tourism and IT
D
Natural resources, tourism and service industries
Question 11
Who circled the globe in a wheelchair to raise funds for spinal cord research?
A
Rick Hansen
B
Gerhard Herzberg
C
Reginald Fessenden
D
Terry Fox
Question 12
What is the reason of Canada-U.S. border?
A
To improve security
B
Canada would remain independent of the United States
C
To stop the war
D
To maintain distances
Question 13
Which of the following is Canada’s largest producer of hydroelectricity?
A
Newfoundland and Labrador
B
Quebec
C
Alberta
D
Ontario
Question 14
Who do you call the Queen's representative in provinces?
A
Member of the Legislative Assembly
B
Lieutenant-Governor
C
Premier
D
Senator
Question 15
What is the other name for a trial court?
A
The Federal Court
B
The Provincial Court
C
The Court of Queen’s Bench
D
The Small Claims Courts
Question 16
Who has the right to run as a candidate in federal elections?
A
Any man who is at least 18 years old
B
Any Canadian citizen who is at least 18 years old
C
Anyone
D
A Canadian citizen who is 16 years old
Question 17
Which province in Canada is the smallest in land size?
A
Newfoundland and Labrador
B
Alberta
C
Ontario
D
Prince Edward Island
Question 18
What is the minimum age for voting in federal, provincial, territorial and municipal elections?
A
19
B
18
C
16
D
21
Question 19
What do we need to bring with us for voting?
A
Credit Card
B
None of these
C
Ballot Paper
D
Voter information card and Voter’s identity and address proof
Question 20
Who built the French Empire in North America?
A
Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur Iberville
B
Great Britain
C
King Charles II
D
Jean Talon, Bishop Laval and Count Frontenac
Question 21
Upon whose recommendation was Upper and Lower Canada merged and given a sole responsible government?
A
La Fontaine
B
Sir Leonard Tilley
C
Sir George-Étienne Cartier
D
Lord Durham
Question 22
What is a "Due process"?
A
None of these
B
The impartial manner in which our laws are administered
C
The government must respect all of the legal rights a person is entitled to under the law
D
The rule of law and freedom under the law
Question 23
Which of the following is the industrial and manufacturing heartland in Canada?
A
Northern Territories
B
Prairie Provinces
C
West Coast
D
Central Canada
Question 24
Postwar, Canada became a more flexible and open society. This was because they believed in something. What was it?
A
Equality of men
B
Inequality of men and women
C
Inequality of women
D
Equality of men and women
Question 25
When did the British North America Act come into effect?
A
1871
B
1867
C
1898
D
1905
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