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Citizenship Test
Total Time: 30 minutes
Total Questions: 20
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Citizenship Test One
1.
Who was Canada's greatest soldier in the First World War?
  1. Sir Wilfrid Laurier
  2. Major-General Sir Isaac Brock
  3. Major-General Sir Sam Steele
  4. General Sir Arthur Currie
2.
The three branches of government -
  1. The Executive, Legislative and Parliamentary
  2. The Executive, Managaerial and Judicial
  3. The Parliamentary, Legislative and Judicial
  4. The Executive, Legislative and Judicial
3.
When was the term First Nations first used?
  1. In the 1960s
  2. In the 1980s
  3. In the 1970s
  4. In the 1950s
4.
What is the definition of an electoral district?
  1. Geographical area represented by Councilors
  2. Geographical area represented by a Member of Parliament
  3. Geographical area represented by Mayor
  4. None of the above
5.
What are the three oceans bordering Canada?
  1. The Pacific Ocean in the north, The Atlantic Ocean in the west, and Arctic Ocean to the east
  2. The Pacific Ocean in the east, The Atlantic Ocean in the west, and Arctic Ocean to the north
  3. The Pacific Ocean in the east, The Atlantic Ocean in the north, and Arctic Ocean to the west
  4. The Pacific Ocean in the west, The Atlantic Ocean in the east, and Arctic Ocean to the north
6.
Who can apply for a Canadian passport?
  1. People living in Canada
  2. Canadian permanent resident
  3. Only Canadian citizen
  4. American citizen
7.
When were Aboriginal people allowed to vote?
  1. 1960
  2. 1970
  3. 1990
  4. 1980
8.
Where dose the name 'Canada' come from?
  1. From Icelanders
  2. From England
  3. From fur traders
  4. From the Iroquoian word 'kanata'
9.
Poets and songwriters have hailed Canada as
  1. Great Canada
  2. Great Dominion
  3. Great Land
  4. None of the above
10.
When was the British North American Act Created?
  1. 1967
  2. 1780
  3. 1867
  4. 1860
11.
Who are the three members of NAFTA
  1. USA, Mexico, and Japan
  2. Canada, USA, and Japan
  3. Canada, Mexico, and Japan
  4. Mexico, USA, and Canada
12.
One of the following is a key phrase in Canada’s original constitutional document in 1867
  1. Peace, Order and Good Government
  2. Peace, Order and Good Parliament
  3. Peace, Order and Good Constitution
  4. Peace and Good Politics
13.
Quiet Revolution was an era of rapid change in Quebec when many of them tried to separate from Canada.
  1. True
  2. False
14.
Which province is the largest producer of oil and gas?
  1. British Columbia
  2. Alberta
  3. Quebec
  4. Ontario
15.
A noble way to contribute to Canada
  1. Serving in the regular Canadian Forces
  2. Serving as a volunteer
  3. Voting in election
  4. Serving on a jury
16.
When did ideas for Old Age Security start?
  1. 1922
  2. 1930
  3. 1927
  4. 1925
17.
What RCMP stands for?
  1. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  2. The Royal Canadian Multiple Police
  3. The Royal Canadian Military Police
  4. The Royal Canadian Municiple Police
18.
What animal is on the five-cent coin?
  1. Beaver
  2. Squirrel
  3. Dog
  4. Cat
19.
Unity in Diversity means People who live in Canada can have different cultural traditions, and the country can still be united
  1. True
  2. False
20.
What is the key fact about Canada's system of government?
  1. Constitutional monarchy
  2. Parliamentary democracy
  3. Federal state
  4. All of the above