Citizen Quiz 7
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None of these
It means that voters have the right to vote in secret after telling the polling officer which candidates they want to elect.
It means that voters have the right to take the ballot paper out of the polling station and put it in a secret place.
It means that voters have the right to vote in secret and the right to keep their voting decisions secret.
People loyal to the Crown
Federal, provincial or territorial, and rural
Federal, provincial or territorial, and county
Federal, provincial or territorial, and municipal
Federal, state, and city
None of these
Members of Parliament or MPs
Members of the Provincial Parliament (MPPs)
The Royal Canadian Military Police (RCMP)
The South East Mounted Police (SEMP)
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
The North West Mounted Police (NWMP)
The Maple Leaf Forever
The Maple Leaf Rag
Interprovincial Trade and Communications
A railway lawyer and famous politician
Canada’s first Prime Minister
The first French-Canadian Prime Minister
The first head of a responsible government
A Member of Parliament
A police officer
The Municipal government
The Federal government
None of these
The Provincial and territorial governments
Atlantic Provinces, Central Canada, Prairie Provinces, Northern Territories, and West Coast
Northern, Atlantic, Eastern, Pacific and Southern
Northern Territories, Prairies, Arctic, Eastern and Pacific
Prairies, Pacific, Atlantic, Southern and Western
Discipline, education, and good public
Peace, Order, and Good Government
Trade and communications
Red and blue
Blue and white
Green and white
Red and white
Call for by-elections
Continue to govern without confidence
The Prime Minister is chosen by the Members of Provincial Parliament
The Prime Minister is chosen by the Senate
The Prime Minister is chosen by the Members of Parliament
The leader of the party with the most elected representatives becomes the Prime Minister
England and France
All of these
Scotland and Ireland
Red maple leaves
In the early 18th century
In the late 19th century
In the early 16th century
In the late 18th and early 19th centuries
Citizenship Test Canada
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