Free Citizenship Practice Test 08

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Question 1
Who started the Marathon of Hope?
A
Sir Sam Steele
B
Rick Hansen
C
James Naismith
D
Terry Fox
Question 2
Which is the most popular spectator sport of Canada?
A
Hockey
B
Basketball
C
Cricket
D
Soccer
Question 3
Which of the following is the responsibility of municipal governments?
A
Local health and social services
B
Natural resources
C
Education
D
Highways
Question 4
What is Canada's system of political governance called?
A
Parliamentary government
B
Monarchy
C
Benevolent dictatorship
D
Democratic process
Question 5
For how long was the title "Dominion of Canada" officially used?
A
250 years
B
50 years
C
200 years
D
100 years
Question 6
What is the highest medal of honour presented to Canadians?
A
The Victoria Cross
B
The Queen's Medal
C
The Canada Cross
D
The Canada Medal
Question 7
How many judges serve in the Supreme Court of Canada?
A
5
B
9
C
10
D
7
Question 8
Who is considered Canada's greatest soldier?
A
Phil Edwards
B
General Sir Arthur Currie
C
Rick Hansen
D
Sir John A. Macdonald
Question 9
Which is the largest religious affiliation in Canada?
A
Islam
B
Judaism
C
Hindu
D
Roman Catholic
Question 10
Where do the majority of Francophones live?
A
Quebec
B
British Columbia
C
Manitoba
D
Ontario
Question 11
Today, diversity enriches the lives of Canadians. Where is diversity most seen?
A
In the Rocky Mountains
B
In Canadian cities
C
In the Canadian countryside
D
In Canadian towns
Question 12
In 1980, Terry Fox began a cross-country run, the “Marathon of Hope.” What was its purpose?
A
To raise funds for spinal cord research
B
To raise funds for heart research
C
To raise funds for clinical research
D
To raise funds for cancer research
Question 13
How many provinces and territories does Canada have?
A
10 provinces and 2 territories
B
10 provinces and 3 territories
C
9 provinces and 3 territories
D
3 provinces and 10 territories
Question 14
What was the main trade of the first companies formed in Canada?
A
The fur trade
B
The timber trade
C
The fish trade
D
The gold trade
Question 15
How does a bill become the law in Canada?
A
The Governor General approves all bills and they become the law after two debates.
B
A bill becomes the law after two readings in the House of Commons.
C
Once a majority of Members of Parliament and Senators have approved a bill, the Governor General gives the final approval and then the bill becomes law.
D
A bill becomes the law after it has passed four readings in the House of Commons and Senate.
Question 16
Which of the following represents protecting and enjoying heritage and environment in Canada?
A
Citizenship responsibilities
B
Government responsibilities
C
Equality rights
D
Laws of Canada
Question 17
When were female Canadian citizens over the age of 21 granted the right to vote in federal elections?
A
1928
B
1918
C
1933
D
1818
Question 18
Traditionally, how often are Members of Parliament elected?
A
Every three years
B
Every four years
C
Every five years
D
Every two years
Question 19
What are the parties that are not in power called?
A
Candidates
B
Without power
C
Out of power
D
Opposition parties
Question 20
How many Canadians have been awarded the Victoria Cross?
A
500
B
96
C
2
D
1222
Question 21
Who, among these, is a Nobel Prize-winning Canadian scientist?
A
Harold Innis
B
Gerhard Herzberg
C
Marshall McLuhan
D
Alexander Graham Bell
Question 22
Who elects members to the House of Commons in Ottawa, and to the provincial and territorial legislatures?
A
The government
B
The Prime Minister
C
The people
D
Government Employees
Question 23
How many Canadians were killed in World War I, from 1914-1918?
A
200,000
B
70,000
C
60,000
D
170,000
Question 24
Which of the following is the responsibility of the federal government of Canada?
A
Health
B
Local transit systems
C
National Defence
D
Education
Question 25
Which of the following is a responsibility of the provincial government?
A
Interprovincial Trade and Communications
B
Currency
C
Natural resources
D
Defence
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Citizenship Practice Test

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