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  • Base on "Discover Canada"
  • Rights and responsibilities
  • Canadian history
  • Canadian political systems
  • Canadian physical and political geography

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    1. One third of all Canadians live in which province?
  • Quebec
  • Ontario
  • Northwest Territories
  • Manitoba
  • 2. Which province has the most bilingual Canadians?
  • British Columbia
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Nova Scotia
  • Quebec
  • 3. Which region covers more than one-third of Canada?
  • Central Canada
  • Prairies
  • Atlantic Canada
  • Northern Territories
  • 4. Which country borders Canada on the south?
  • United States of America
  • Central America
  • Mexico
  • Washington
  • 5. What are the three main types of industry in Canada?
  • Natural resources, tourism and service industries
  • Tourism, services and manufacturing
  • Natural resources, tourism and manufacturing
  • Natural resources, manufacturing and services
  • 6. How many electoral districts are there in Canada?
  • 20
  • 308
  • 178
  • 59
  • 7. What is the capital city of Canada?
  • Ottawa
  • Toronto
  • Montreal
  • Hull
  • 8. Where are the Great Lakes?
  • Between Ontario and the United States
  • Manitob
  • Northern Quebec
  • Atlantic Canada
  • 9. How is the government formed after a federal election?
  • The party with the most elected representatives becomes the party in power. The Queen chooses the Prime Minister from this party
  • The party with the most elected representatives becomes the party in power. The leader of this party becomes the Prime Minister
  • The Governor General picks a party and a Prime Minister to run the government
  • Each province elects one representative to form the government. The Queen then chooses the Prime Minister
  • 10. Give an example of where English and French have equal status in Canada.
  • In schools
  • In the workplace
  • In the Parliament of Canada
  • At City Hall
  • 11. What do you call a law before it is passed?
  • A New law
  • A Proposed law
  • A Bill
  • A New proposal
  • 12. When did the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms become part of the Canadian Constitution?
  • 1867
  • 1905
  • 1982
  • 1878
  • 13. What are some examples of taking responsibility for yourself and your family?
  • Buying a house and a TV
  • Getting a job, taking care of one’s family and working hard in keeping with one’s abilities
  • Doing laundry and keeping the house clean
  • Study hard so you can earn enough money to take a vacation
  • 14. Who was Sir Sam Steele?
  • A great frontier hero, Mounted Policeman and soldier of the Queen
  • A military leader of the Métis in the 19th century
  • The first Prime Minister of Canada
  • The Father of Manitoba
  • 15. Which animal is an official symbol of Canada?
  • The moose
  • The hawk
  • The beaver
  • The deer
  • 16. Name two responsibilities of the federal government.
  • National defence and firefighting
  • National defence and foreign policy
  • Citizenship and highways
  • Recycling and education
  • 17. What are the territories of Northern Canada and their capital cities?
  • Alaska (Juneau) and Yukon Territory ( Whitehorse)
  • Northwest Territories (Yellowknife) and Alaska (Juneau)
  • Northwest Territories (Yellowknife)
  • Yukon Territory (Whitehorse), Northwest Territories (Yellowknife), and Nunavut (Iqaluit)
  • 18. In what industry do most Canadians work?
  • Natural resources
  • Tourism
  • Service
  • Manufacturing
  • 19. What are the three levels of government in Canada?
  • Federal, Provincial and Territorial, Municipal (local)
  • Federal, Provincial and City
  • Federal, Territorial and Provincial
  • Federal, State and Local
  • 20. What does Confederation mean?
  • The United States Confederate soldiers came to Canada
  • Joining of communities to become a province
  • Joining of suburbs to form a large city
  • Joining of provinces to make a new country
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