Canada Citizenship Test Questions 03

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Question 1
What is the fundamental characteristic of Canadian heritage and identity?
A
French Culture
B
Canadian festivals
C
Multiculturalism
D
English Culture
Question 2
What should registered voters do if they do not receive a voter information card?
A
Call the local elections office
B
Not vote
C
Call the taxation office
D
Call the police
Question 3
Who was the first leader of a responsible government in Canada in 1849?
A
Jim Basally
B
Sir John A. Macdonald
C
Sir Sam Steele
D
Sir Louis-Hippolyte La Fontaine
Question 4
What are the men who established Canada called?
A
Fathers of the Constitution
B
Fathers of Canada
C
Fathers of the Dominion of Canada
D
Fathers of Confederation
Question 5
Which of the following is the responsibility of the federal government?
A
Education
B
Currency
C
Health
D
Highways
Question 6
How many citizens of Canada served in the Second World War?
A
5 million
B
2 million
C
1 million
D
11 million
Question 7
Who invented the sport of basketball?
A
Canadians
B
Germans
C
Americans
D
The French
Question 8
What is celebrated on the 15th of February?
A
Labour Day
B
Family Day
C
Vimy Day
D
National Flag of Canada Day
Question 9
Which of the following is the highest court of Canada?
A
The Federal Court
B
The Supreme Court
C
The Small Claims Courts
D
A Provincial Court
Question 10
Which of the following is a responsibility of the provinces?
A
Interprovincial Trade and Communications
B
Navigation
C
Municipal government
D
Currency
Question 11
Which of the following describe two responsibilities of the provincial or territorial government?
A
Education and health care
B
Policing and foreign policy
C
National defence and highways
D
Policing and citizenship
Question 12
What is a voter information card?
A
A form that indicates the candidates in an electoral district
B
A form that indicates the nearest location in which to vote
C
A form that tells registered voters the province in which they may vote
D
A form that tells registered voters when and where to vote
Question 13
Where do most Inuit people live?
A
On reserve lands in Quebec
B
In the Prairie Provinces
C
In scattered communities across the Arctic
D
In Ontario
Question 14
Which region was stormed and captured on D-Day (June 6, 1944) by the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division?
A
London
B
Berlin
C
Paris
D
Juno Beach
Question 15
In which year did the British Parliament prohibit the buying and selling of slaves?
A
1833
B
1877
C
1793
D
1807
Question 16
How long does the appointment of Lieutenant Governor last?
A
4 years
B
6 years
C
5 years
D
3 years
Question 17
Use one of the following to complete this sentence: The House of Commons is a representative committee . . .
A
appointed on the advice of the Governor General.
B
made up of Members of Parliament elected by the people.
C
made up of members selected by the Prime Minister.
D
appointed on the advice of the Prime Minister.
Question 18
Who invented the snowmobile?
A
Emily Carr
B
Alexander Graham Bell
C
Joseph-Armand Bombardier
D
Louis Riel
Question 19
Who contributed to the invention of the radio and also sent one of the world's first wireless voice messages?
A
Mike Lazaridis
B
Alexander Graham Bell
C
Reginald Fessenden
D
Mathew Evans
Question 20
Which is Canada's largest city and main financial centre?
A
Toronto
B
Montreal
C
Calgary
D
Vancouver
Question 21
When does Canada celebrate Thanksgiving?
A
The second Monday of October
B
The first Monday of July
C
The first Friday of October
D
The first Monday of September
Question 22
What do Canadians normally wear on Remembrance Day?
A
A red poppy
B
A white shirt
C
A green shirt
D
A black tie
Question 23
Who was the first French-Canadian Prime Minister?
A
Sir Wilfrid Laurier
B
Sir George-Étienne Cartier
C
Sir Leonard Tilley
D
Sir John Alexander Macdonald
Question 24
Which of the following are two responsibilities of the federal government?
A
Citizenship and maintaining highways
B
Health Care and education
C
National defence and firefighting
D
National defence and foreign policy
Question 25
How many Canadians served in the First World War?
A
About 1,000
B
More than 80,000
C
More than 600,000
D
About 240,000
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Canada Citizenship Test Questions

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