Canadian Citizenship Test 02

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Question 1
Why is the Battle of Vimy Ridge important to Canadians?
A
The valour and bravery of Canadian soldiers brought about a fantastic victory.
B
Canadians took part in the liberation of Italy in 1943-1944.
C
The Royal Canadian Military saw its finest hour in the battle.
D
Japan surrendered in 1945 - the end of four years of war in the Pacific.
Question 2
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms begins with which words?
A
Canadians can live and work anywhere they choose in Canada.
B
Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law…
C
O Canada! Our home and native land!
D
The rights guaranteed in the Charter will not adversely affect any treaty or other rights or freedom of Aboriginal people.
Question 3
Why was the Canadian Pacific Railway built?
A
It was built to provide a spectacular tourist excursion across precipitous passes and bridges
B
It was built because Ottawa promised to build it when British Columbia agreed to join Canada.
C
It was built so British Columbia could handle the trade of goods worth billions of dollars all around the world
D
It was built so that immigrants could settle in Central Canada.
Question 4
In Federal elections, which of the following are elected?
A
Members of Parliament
B
The Premier
C
Senator
D
The Prime Minister
Question 5
What is the main advantage of the NAFTA agreement?
A
Free trade between Canada and China
B
Free trade between Canada and Japan
C
Free trade among Canada, the USA, and Mexico
D
Free trade among Canada, the USA, and the UK
Question 6
How are the Members of Parliament chosen?
A
They are elected by voters in their local constituency (riding)
B
They are appointed by the Prime Minister
C
They are chosen by the provincial Premiers
D
They are elected by landowners and police chiefs
Question 7
What does Confederation mean?
A
It is the joining of communities to become a province
B
It is the joining of suburbs to form a large city
C
It is the time when United States Confederate soldiers came to invade Canada
D
It is the joining of provinces to make a new country
Question 8
Why is the War of 1812 significant to Canada?
A
More than two-thirds of Acadians were deported from their homeland because of the war.
B
North America was divided by the war.
C
More than 600,000 Canadians served in the war.
D
The war ensured that Canada would remain independent of the United States.
Question 9
What does the Canadian Crown symbolize?
A
The Crown symbolizes the motto A Mari Usque Ad Mare.
B
The Crown symbolizes England, France, Scotland, and Ireland.
C
The Crown symbolizes the RCMP, the national police force of Canada.
D
The Crown symbolizes that Canada is a constitutional monarchy.
Question 10
Which eastern province in Canada has its own time zone?
A
Newfoundland & Labrador
B
Alberta
C
Nova Scotia
D
Prince Edward Island
Question 11
Which Canadian province has the largest population?
A
Alberta
B
Ontario
C
Nova Scotia
D
Quebec
Question 12
Why is British Columbia known as Canada's Pacific Gateway?
A
It provides a spectacular tourist excursion across precipitous passes and bridges.
B
The Port of Vancouver handles billions of dollars in goods traded around the world.
C
British Columbia is the largest producer of oil and gas.
D
It is the oldest colony of the British Empire and a strategic prize in Canada's early history.
Question 13
Why is trade with other countries important to Canada?
A
It is important because trade with other countries changed the way of life of the native peoples of Canada.
B
It is important because trade brings prosperity and enables Canadians to enjoy one of the world's highest standards of living.
C
It is important because French and Aboriginal people collaborated with Canada in the vast fur-trade economy.
D
It is important because Canada is a member of the World Trade Organization.
Question 14
Which of the following is NOT a responsibility of Canadian citizens?
A
Learning to speak both official languages
B
Voting in elections
C
Taking responsibility for oneself and one's family
D
Obeying the law
Question 15
What is a part of our heritage under the Canadian legal system?
A
Rule of law
B
Democratic principles and due process
C
Freedom under law
D
All of these
Question 16
What do Canadians remember on Remembrance Day?
A
Sacrifices made by Canadian veterans and brave soldiers in wars
B
The Canadian victory in World War I
C
The Canadian victory in World War II
D
The Canadian victory in the Battle of Vimy Ridge
Question 17
Which of the following are the two fundamental freedoms under Canadian law?
A
Freedom of speech and freedom of mobility
B
Freedom of speech and freedom of religion
C
Freedom to buy a house and freedom of religion
D
Freedom to work anywhere and freedom of religion
Question 18
Miriam is a new immigrant in Canada. What law allows her to take up any job at par with a man?
A
New immigrant rights
B
Woman’s superiority rights
C
Equal rights for men and women
D
Woman’s liberation rights
Question 19
Who is awarded the honour of Victoria Cross?
A
A Canadian showing great bravery or self-sacrifice
B
The Canadian who has been elected Best Innovator of the Year
C
Only Canadian politicians
D
Only Police officers who have died in the line of duty
Question 20
What is the role of the opposition parties?
A
To run the government as long as they have the support or confidence of the majority of the MPs
B
To make important decisions about how the country is governed
C
To peacefully oppose or try to improve government proposals
D
To run the federal government departments
Question 21
What are the three parts of Parliament?
A
Premier, House of Commons, and Senate
B
Sovereign, Police, and Senate
C
Sovereign, House of Commons, and Senate
D
Sovereign, House of Commons, and MPs
Question 22
Which of the following are Prairie Provinces?
A
Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta
B
Manitoba, Ontario, and Alberta
C
Quebec, Saskatchewan, and Alberta
D
Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Yukon
Question 23
What is the voting procedure in Canada?
A
Voting is completed by all of the methods
B
Voting is completed by Secret Ballots
C
Voting is completed by Open Ballots
D
Voting is completed On-line
Question 24
Which of the following best describes the role of the Queen in Canada?
A
To focus on citizenship and allegiance, be a symbol of Canadian sovereignty, and a guardian of constitutional freedoms
B
To peacefully oppose or try to improve government proposals
C
To run the federal government departments
D
To make important decisions about how the country is governed
Question 25
What is the meaning of constitutional monarchy?
A
A constitutional monarchy is a form of government in which a Monarch makes every decision regarding the way the country is ruled.
B
A constitutional monarchy is a form of government which is headed by a hereditary Sovereign (Queen or King), who reigns in accordance with the Constitution
C
A constitutional monarchy is a form of government based on the principals of freedom of conscience and religion
D
A constitutional monarchy is a form of government based on freedom of association
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