Canadian Citizenship Test Practice 04

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Question 1
What is the symbol of the Canadian government?
A
The Crown
B
The National Flag
C
The Parliament
D
The Snowbirds
Question 2
In 1960s, Quebec experienced an era of rapid change. What is it called?
A
The Quiet Revolution
B
The Suffrage Movement
C
The East Movement
D
La Francophonie
Question 3
What is celebrated on April 9th?
A
Boxing Day
B
Thanksgiving Day
C
Vimy Day
D
Family Day
Question 4
How many provinces does Canada have?
A
10
B
7
C
3
D
13
Question 5
Which province is known as the "Land of 100,000 Lakes?"
A
Ontario
B
Nova Scotia
C
British Columbia
D
Manitoba
Question 6
What is celebrated on the 26th of December?
A
Victoria Day
B
Boxing Day
C
Canada Day
D
Remembrance Day
Question 7
Which sport has the greatest number of registered players in Canada?
A
Lacrosse
B
Curling
C
Basketball
D
Soccer
Question 8
Which Canadian province has the largest population of Aboriginals?
A
Alberta
B
Ontario
C
Manitoba
D
Nova Scotia
Question 9
Whose portrait is featured on the Canadian $10 bill?
A
Alexander Graham Bell
B
Sir Frederic Banting
C
Sir John Alexander MacDonald
D
Sir Arthur Currie
Question 10
Which of the following was invented by Alexander Graham Bell?
A
Telephone
B
Internet
C
Fax Machine
D
BlackBerry
Question 11
What information can be found on a voter information card?
A
A voter information card indicates when and where a registered elector can vote in an election.
B
A voter information card contains a list of registered electors.
C
All of these.
D
A voter information card indicates which candidates are eligible in an election.
Question 12
What is the fixed day for Canada's federal elections?
A
The 3rd Monday in October, four years after the Election Day of the previous federal election.
B
There is no fixed day for Canada's federal elections.
C
May 10th, six years after the previous federal election.
D
The 1st Monday in September, four years after the Election Day of the previous federal election.
Question 13
What is Canada's national winter sport?
A
Basketball
B
Golf
C
Lacrosse
D
Hockey
Question 14
When is Labour Day celebrated in Canada?
A
The 1st Monday of September
B
The 3rd Monday of October
C
The 1st of May
D
The 1st of July
Question 15
After a federal election, which party forms the new government?
A
The party with the most elected representatives forms the new government.
B
The elected Premiers of each province pick the party which will form the new government.
C
The Governor General proposes a law for the elected officials to choose the governing body which will form the new government.
D
The Queen picks the party which will form the new government.
Question 16
Which of the following is the responsibility of the provinces?
A
Currency
B
Education
C
Defence
D
Foreign Policy
Question 17
Who invented the worldwide system of standard time zones?
A
Joseph-Armand Bombardier
B
Sir Sandford Fleming
C
Alexander Graham Bell
D
Reginald Fessenden
Question 18
Which of the following is the responsibility of the federal government?
A
Education
B
Interprovincial Trade and Communications
C
Hospitals
D
Property and Civil Rights
Question 19
What types of jobs are provided by service industries?
A
Transportation and education
B
Tourism and government
C
Communications, retail services
D
All of these
Question 20
When was “employment insurance” introduced by the Canadian federal government?
A
1965
B
1950
C
1947
D
1940
Question 21
Since when has the protocol for the amendment of the Canadian Constitution existed?
A
1982
B
1885
C
1972
D
1962
Question 22
How is Canada ranked in terms of geographical size in the world?
A
It is the seventh largest country on Earth.
B
It is the largest country on Earth.
C
It is the smallest country on Earth.
D
It is the second largest country on Earth.
Question 23
The ancestors of the Aboriginals are believed to have migrated from which of the following continents?
A
America
B
Asia
C
Australia
D
Europe
Question 24
What is Canada’s rank in the world in terms of geographical size?
A
It is the fourth-largest country in the world.
B
It is the second-largest country in the world.
C
It is the third-largest country in the world.
D
It is the smallest country in the world.
Question 25
Who represents an electoral district?
A
The Commissioner
B
The Governor General
C
The Lieutenant Governor
D
A Member of Parliament
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