Canadian Citizenship Test9

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Question 1
What are the Métis people mixtures of?
A
American and Indian
B
Inuit and Indian
C
European and American
D
Aboriginal and European ancestry
Question 2
Who can you approach if you cannot pay for a lawyer?
A
The politicians
B
The police
C
Legal Aid Services
D
Members of Parliament
Question 3
In 1996 at the Olympic Games, which Canadian became a world record sprinter and double Olympic gold medalist?
A
Wayne Gretzky
B
John Cabot
C
La Fontaine
D
Donovan Bailey
Question 4
Which are the two official languages of Canada?
A
English and Chinese
B
Italian and French
C
English and Italian
D
English and French
Question 5
When is Remembrance Day celebrated?
A
December 26th
B
May 1st
C
July 1st
D
November 11th
Question 6
Which country was liberated by the Canadian Army in 1944 - 1945?
A
Japan
B
Austria
C
The Netherlands
D
Germany
Question 7
How are Senators selected?
A
They are elected by people
B
They are selected by the Prime Minister
C
They are appointed on the advice of the Governor General
D
They are appointed on the advice of the Prime Minister
Question 8
What is the name of the Royal Anthem of Canada?
A
God Save the Queen (or King)
B
I affirm
C
O Canada
D
I swear
Question 9
What is the capital of Canada?
A
Hamilton
B
Ottawa
C
Toronto
D
London
Question 10
What is significant about the number of people living in Ontario?
A
They make up for one-third of Canadians
B
They make up for three-fourth of Canadians
C
They make up for two-third of Canadians
D
They make up for half of Canadians
Question 11
When is the Canada day? What is celebrated on this day?
A
June 24th when we celebrate multiculturalism
B
May 21st when we celebrate the Queen's birthday
C
July 4th when we celebrate the anniversary of Confederation each year
D
July 1st; when we celebrate the anniversary of the Confederation each year
Question 12
Who invented the Cardiac pacemaker?
A
Mathew Evans and Henry Woodward
B
Alexander Graham Bell
C
Gabriel Dumont
D
Dr John A. Hopps
Question 13
What makes a jury?
A
Group of judges
B
Lawyers
C
Group of people who knows law
D
Impartial juries made up of citizens
Question 14
Which is the most famous invention of Research In Motion (RIM), a wireless communications company?
A
The BlackBerry
B
The first wireless voice message
C
The Canadarm
D
The iPhone
Question 15
Which province is connected to the mainland Canada by one of the longest continuous multispan bridges in world?
A
Prince Edward Island
B
Newfoundland and Labrador
C
Alberta
D
Ontario
Question 16
Which dollar bill contains Sir Wilfrid Laurier’s portrait?
A
$50 bill
B
$20 bill
C
$5 bill
D
$10 bill
Question 17
The jurisdiction is shared by federal government and provinces over which of the following?
A
Natural resources
B
Interprovincial trade and communications
C
Defence and health
D
Agriculture and Immigration
Question 18
What was significant about the Canadian navy at the end of the Second World War?
A
It was the largest navy in world
B
It was third-largest navy in world
C
It was the second-largest navy in world
D
It was fourth-largest navy in world
Question 19
Who do you call the Queen's representative in territories?
A
Lieutenant-Governor
B
Commissioner
C
Prime Minister
D
MP
Question 20
In what year the aboriginal people granted the rights of voting?
A
1950
B
1960
C
1790
D
1632
Question 21
Which one of these is an icon of Canada?
A
The Snowbirds
B
The Crown
C
The National Flag
D
The Arms
Question 22
What does "mobility rights" mean?
A
Being able to have freedom of speech
B
Being able to live and work anywhere in Canada
C
Being able to work at home
D
Being able to have a job in any provinces
Question 23
Which was the first province in the Empire to move towards the abolition of slavery?
A
South Canada
B
Lower Canada
C
Upper Canada
D
North America
Question 24
What was the Women's Suffrage Movement?
A
An effort by women to work
B
An effort by women to achieve the right to vote
C
An effort by women to fight in War
D
An effort by women to be in Parliament
Question 25
Who suggested the name “Dominion of Canada” in 1864?
A
Sir John Alexander Macdonald
B
Sir Leonard Tilley
C
Lord Elgin
D
La Fontaine
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Canadian Immigration Interview: Presently, Canadian immigration is the most popular immigration program around the world. Gathering documents and other required papers is not that difficult thing, as there would be friends and people around to help you out in collecting and arranging them.

But the most important, difficult and tricky step in obtaining immigration visa is interview. Failing in interview means straight away rejection of your application. Perhaps, it may be the most crucial movement of many people’s life. But it does not mean that you should start taking it on to your nerves. In subsequent paragraphs you will read about few important and helping tips which can take you out of any such situation and you can clear the interview easily. First of all, you should read the calling letter, sent to you by Canadian embassy. Carefully read it for three to four times so that you should not miss out any details.

Check the time and venue for the interview. If you know the place then it is all right, but of you do not the place, you must go a day prior to the interview and visit the place. It is to ensure that you reach the correct place in time, instead of wasting time in search of interview venue on the D day.

Your outfit gives your first impression. As you know that Canadian government is in search of quality people, so be nicely dressed up so that you look sober and decent. It would give you better points. Must carry along your documents. In the calling letter, they would mention the documents which are required to be carried along while going for interview. Make it sure that you do not forget anything and take along everything which has been asked.

Leave your personal belongings either at home or in your car. Do not carry keys, mobile, sun glasses or other such things with you. They might not object on it, but these things will divert your attention and finally you will be distracted. Give to the point, crystal clear and crisp answers to their questions. They have to carry out several interviews, so you should not waste their time in unnecessary things. Just answer what is asked from you. Do not try to give your own details unnecessarily. This might expose any negative point about you.

Keep your nerves under control and stay cool. Due to ongoing security situation they might ask you few questions which might pinch you. It is just to test you. Do not keep them in mind, stay relax and answer calmly.

Keep it in mind that it is not your job interview or some selection interview. Neither it’s a test of your memory. If you forget anything just have a look at your documents confidently and answer them.

Last but not the least, do not pretend. Just show them what you are? There is no need to panic about any question asked unexpectedly. Reply them with confidence. Finally, above mentioned points are just guidelines. These are derived from knowing many interview experiences. Follow them and you will feel a change.