Canadian Citizenship Test Practice 10

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Question 1
Which is the most famous invention of Research In Motion (RIM), a wireless communications company?
A
The first electronic voice message
B
The iPhone
C
The Canadarm
D
The Blackberry
Question 2
Where do the English and French have equal status in Canada?
A
In the Parliament of Canada
B
In Quebec
C
At City Hall
D
In the workplace
Question 3
How many electoral districts are there in Canada?
A
135
B
308
C
115
D
21
Question 4
What are the Prime Minister and Cabinet Ministers together called?
A
The House of Commons
B
The Cabinet
C
The Senate
D
The Government
Question 5
Which province has a long history of coal mining, forestry, and agriculture?
A
New Brunswick
B
Nova Scotia
C
Ontario
D
Prince Edward Island
Question 6
How many Canadians served in World War II?
A
More than 5 000 000
B
More than 1 000 000
C
About 1,000
D
About 400,000
Question 7
Which level of government passes "by-laws"?
A
Municipal
B
Federal
C
State
D
Provincial
Question 8
Where does the name "Canada" come from?
A
From “cantata”, the Inuit word meaning ‘country’
B
From "kanata", the Huron-Iroquois word for village
C
From “Canadienne”, the French word meaning ‘joining’
D
From “kanata”, the Métis word meaning ‘rivers’
Question 9
Where are the Parliament Buildings located?
A
In Ottawa
B
In Toronto
C
In Quebec City
D
In Hull
Question 10
Which of the following is the oldest colony of the British Empire in Canada?
A
Alberta
B
Ontario
C
Newfoundland & Labrador
D
Quebec
Question 11
All applicants are required to provide proof of English or French language skills to become a Canadian citizen with the exception of the following:
A
Adult applicants 55 years of age and over
B
Adult applicants 65 years of age and over
C
Adult applicants 50 years of age and over
D
Adult applicants 40 years of age and over
Question 12
In what year did Canada become an independent country?
A
1776
B
1872
C
1967
D
1867
Question 13
Who is Canada's Head of State?
A
The Governor General
B
The Prime Minister
C
The Senate
D
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Question 14
What is the meaning of the Remembrance Day poppy?
A
To celebrate Confederation
B
To remember the sacrifice of Canadians who have served or died in wars up to the present day
C
To remember the Sovereign, Queen Elizabeth II
D
To honour Prime Ministers who have died
Question 15
What do people promise when they take the Oath of Citizenship?
A
They pledge to fulfill the duties of a Canadian citizen and they pledge allegiance to the Queen
B
They pledge allegiance to the Queen and they pledge to observe the laws of Canada
C
They pledge to observe the laws of Canada and they pledge to fulfill the duties of a Canadian citizen
D
They pledge allegiance to the Queen, they pledge to observe the laws of Canada, and they pledge to fulfill the duties of a Canadian citizen
Question 16
In what way do electors mark their choice on a federal election ballot?
A
By putting "-" in the circle beside the name of their chosen candidate
B
By putting "X" in the circle beside the name of their chosen candidate
C
By writing "YES" in the circle beside the name of their chosen candidate
D
By writing the name of their chosen candidate on the ballot
Question 17
Who is the federal representative of Canada’s Monarch?
A
The Prime Minister's spouse
B
The Governor General of Canada
C
The Prime Minister
D
The Premier
Question 18
What are the three parts of the Canadian Parliament?
A
The Prime Minister, the Premiers, and the House of Commons
B
The Prime Minister, the House of Commons, and the Senate
C
The Queen, the Governor General, and the Prime Minister
D
The Queen, the House of Commons, and the Senate
Question 19
What are four legal rights of citizenship of Canada?
A
The right to have a job, the right to vote, the right to drive, and the right to go to school
B
The right to travel, the right to live anywhere, the right to work anywhere, and the right to get married
C
The right to go to school, the right to work, the right to have a bank account, and the right to travel
D
The right to be educated in either official language, the right to vote, the right to apply for a Canadian passport, and the right to enter and leave Canada freely
Question 20
What is a major river in Quebec?
A
The Hudson's Bay
B
The Fraser River
C
The Niagara River
D
The St. Lawrence River
Question 21
Which courts are for civil cases involving small sums of money?
A
Trial Courts
B
The Federal Court
C
Provincial Courts
D
The Small Claims Courts
Question 22
What is the population of Canada?
A
39 million
B
35 million
C
21 million
D
17 million
Question 23
In Canada, are voters obliged to tell others how they voted?
A
If the Lieutenant Governor asks, yes
B
If a Member of Parliament asks, yes
C
No, but they may choose to discuss how they voted with others
D
If a family member would like to know how they voted, yes
Question 24
Which of the following is the responsibility of the municipal government?
A
Defence
B
Firefighting
C
Aboriginal Affairs
D
Highways
Question 25
Which of the following is the responsibility of the provincial governments?
A
Currency
B
Interprovincial Trade and Communications
C
Highways
D
Defence
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Canadian Citizenship Test Practice

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