Free Citizenship Practice Test 08

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

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