Canada Citizenship Test 05

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Question 1
How often are federal elections held in Canada?
A
Every six years
B
Every seven years
C
Every four years
D
Every five years
Question 2
The Municipal Government is responsible for which of the following?
A
Natural resources
B
Currency
C
Garbage removal
D
Highways
Question 3
Who was John Graves Simcoe?
A
The Founder of the city of Calgary
B
The Founder of the city of Toronto
C
The Founder of the city of Kingston
D
The Founder of the city of Victoria
Question 4
What does the blindfolded Lady Justice symbolize?
A
None of these
B
The judicial system is founded on the presumption of innocence in criminal matters.
C
The judicial system is blind to all considerations other than facts.
D
The judicial system must respect all the legal rights to which a blind person is entitled under the law.
Question 5
The discovery of insulin was a result of whose work?
A
Sir Frederick Banting and Charles Best
B
Charles Best and Reginald Fessenden
C
John Graves Simcoe
D
Dr. Emily Stowe
Question 6
Who is considered by many to be the father of Manitoba?
A
Gabriel Dumont
B
Dr. Emily Stowe
C
Louis Riel
D
John Graves Simcoe
Question 7
Which oceans line Canada’s frontiers??
A
The Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean
B
The Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Arctic Ocean
C
The Arctic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean
D
The Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, and the Pacific Ocean
Question 8
Which of the following are the three founding peoples of Canada?
A
The French, the Americans, and the Indians
B
The British, the Americans, and the Aboriginals
C
The Aboriginals, the French, and the British
D
The Americans, the French, and the British
Question 9
What is a political candidate?
A
A person who is registered to run for an office in an election
B
A staff member of Elections Canada
C
A member of the Canadian Senate Committee
D
A government employee
Question 10
What three requirements must a potential elector meet in order to vote in a federal election?
A
A potential elector must be 18 years or older, must be a Canadian citizen, and must be registered on the voters’ list in order to vote in a federal election.
B
A potential elector must be a landed immigrant, must be 18 years or older, and must be registered on the voters’ list in order to vote in a federal election.
C
A potential elector must be 21 years or older, must work for the government, and must be a landed immigrant in order to vote in a federal election.
D
A potential elector must have a driver’s license, must be 21 years or older, and must be registered on the voters’ list in order to vote in a federal election.
Question 11
To whom or what do Canadians profess loyalty?
A
To the Canadian Constitution
B
To a person who represents all Canadians
C
To Geopolitical entities
D
To the Canadian Flag
Question 12
Who was General Sir Arthur Currie?
A
The greatest Canadian soldier in the First World War
B
The person who started the “Marathon of Hope”
C
The greatest military leader of the Métis
D
The most famous explorer of western Canada
Question 13
Who is the head of the government in Canada?
A
The Prime Minister
B
Queen Elizabeth II
C
The Premier
D
The Commissioner
Question 14
Quebec is Canada’s main producer of which of the following?
A
Music
B
Processed foods
C
Pulp and paper
D
Literary works
Question 15
People from which country played a significant role in the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway?
A
Italy
B
Great Britain
C
France
D
China
Question 16
Which of the following is Canada’s only officially bilingual province?
A
Quebec
B
Alberta
C
New Brunswick
D
Ontario
Question 17
When is ‘Sir Wilfrid Laurier Day’ celebrated?
A
May 9th
B
November 21st
C
December 26th
D
November 20th
Question 18
For which of the following is the federal government responsible?
A
Civil Rights
B
Education
C
Criminal law and citizenship
D
Health
Question 19
For which of the following is the provincial government responsible?
A
Property and civil rights
B
Interprovincial Trade and Communications
C
Currency
D
Defence
Question 20
How many territories does Canada have?
A
7
B
3
C
10
D
13
Question 21
In which industry do most Canadians work?
A
Information Technology
B
Natural resources
C
Manufacturing
D
Service
Question 22
What is significant about the fact that Canada and America share "the world’s longest undefended border"?
A
It enables millions of Canadians and Americans to cross the border every year in with relative ease and safety.
B
It enables Canada to export billions of dollars worth of energy products to the USA every year.
C
It enables Canadians to enter the USA without needing identification.
D
It enables over three-quarters of Canadian exports to enter the USA every year without taxes or fees.
Question 23
What is the significance of the sport lacrosse in Canada?
A
It is Canada’s most popular sport.
B
It is Canada’s official summer sport.
C
It is Canada’s official winter sport.
D
It is fun game played on ice.
Question 24
What is the meaning of the term “Premier”?
A
Premier is the title given to the head of government of the country of Canada.
B
Premier is the title given to the Queen’s representative in Canada.
C
Premier is the title given to the head of government of the Municipality of Toronto.
D
Premier is the title given to the head of government of a Canadian province or territory.
Question 25
What is the meaning of the national motto, the Latin phrase, “A Mari Usque Ad Mare”?
A
None of these
B
The rule of law
C
National pride
D
From sea to sea
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Canada Citizenship Test

Following are directions and examples of the types of questions you will find in the Canada citizenship test.

Rights of the Canadian citizenship:
Equality in men and women
Citizenship Responsibilities:
Following the rules
Service on a jury
Voting
Understanding and taking responsibilities
Protection and celebration of heritage
Defending the country

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