Citizen Quiz 4
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There is no fixed day for Canada's federal elections.
May 10th, six years after the previous federal election.
The 1st Monday in September, four years after the Election Day of the previous federal election.
The 3rd Monday in October, four years after the Election Day of the previous federal election.
The 3rd Monday of October
The 1st of May
The 1st Monday of September
The 1st of July
Sir Arthur Currie
Sir John Alexander MacDonald
Alexander Graham Bell
Sir Frederic Banting
It is the second-largest country in the world.
It is the third-largest country in the world.
It is the smallest country in the world.
It is the fourth-largest country in the world.
The Lieutenant Governor
A Member of Parliament
The Governor General
It is the seventh largest country on Earth.
It is the second largest country on Earth.
It is the largest country on Earth.
It is the smallest country on Earth.
The party with the most elected representatives forms the new government.
The elected Premiers of each province pick the party which will form the new government.
The Queen picks the party which will form the new government.
The Governor General proposes a law for the elected officials to choose the governing body which will form the new government.
Alexander Graham Bell
Sir Sandford Fleming
Property and Civil Rights
Interprovincial Trade and Communications
The East Movement
The Quiet Revolution
The Suffrage Movement
Tourism and government
Transportation and education
All of these
Communications, retail services
A voter information card indicates when and where a registered elector can vote in an election.
A voter information card contains a list of registered electors.
All of these.
A voter information card indicates which candidates are eligible in an election.
The National Flag
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