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Canadian Citizenship Test

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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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    Citizenship sample test questions

    1. What does the word “Inuit” mean?
  • "Eskimo" in Inuktitut language
  • "Home" in English
  • "The people" in the Inuktitut language
  • "The Arctic Land" in Inuktitut language
  • 2. Who do Canadians vote for in a federal election?
  • The best speaker running in the election
  • A candidate they want to represent them in Parliament
  • Someone to become the Premier
  • All of the candidates in their electoral district
  • 3. Which province is the only officially bilingual province?
  • New Brunswick
  • Quebec
  • Ontario
  • Prince Edward Island
  • 4. What does the term “responsible government” mean?
  • Each person in each electoral district is responsible for voting
  • The Governor General is responsible for the actions of the Prime Minister
  • The ministers of the Crown must have the support of a majority of the elected representatives in order to govern
  • All Canadians are responsible for each other
  • 5. When did the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms become part of the Canadian Constitution?
  • 1867
  • 1905
  • 1982
  • 1878
  • 6. In Canada, are you obliged to tell others how you voted?
  • If the Lieutenant Governor asks, yes
  • No but you may choose to discuss how you voted with others
  • If your Member of Parliament asks, yes
  • If your family would like to know how you voted, yes
  • 7. Which party becomes the Official Opposition?
  • The party with the second most MP's
  • The party receiving the least votes
  • Any independent candidate
  • The party the Prime Minister selects
  • 8. How is the Prime Minister chosen?
  • The Queen appoints the Prime Minister
  • The Governor General with the Senate appoint the Prime Minister
  • The leader of the party with the most elected representatives becomes the Prime Minister
  • The MP's vote on the Prime Minister
  • 9. 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
  • 10. Name all the federal political parties in the House of Commons and their leaders
  • Conservative (Harper), NDP (Mulcair), Liberal (Trudeau), Bloc Quebecois (Paillé), Green Party (May)
  • Conservative (Harper), Green (May), Liberal (Rae), Bloc Quebecois (Duceppe)
  • NDP (Layton), Green (May), Liberal (Rae), Bloc Quebecois (Paillé)
  • Liberal (Ignatieff), Conservative (Harper), NDP (Turmel), Green (May)
  • 11. On what date did Nunavut become a territory?
  • July 1st, 1867
  • April 1st, 1999
  • June 24th, 1995
  • March 31st, 1949
  • 12. What should you do if you do not receive a voter information card telling you when and where to vote?
  • Go to the police station
  • Call your Member of Parliament
  • Assume you cannot vote
  • Call Elections Canada or visit their website
  • 13. What is the meaning of the Remembrance Day poppy?
  • To remember our Sovereign, Queen Elizabeth II
  • To celebrate Confederation
  • To honour Prime Ministers who have die
  • To remember the sacrifice of Canadians who have served or died in wars up to the present day
  • 14. What does equality under the law mean?
  • Being the same
  • Being like everyone else
  • Being discriminated against
  • Being treated with equal dignity and respect, and having equal rights to speak out and express ideas
  • 15. When is the Canada Day celebration?
  • May 21st, we celebrate the Queen's birthday
  • July 1st, we celebrate the anniversary of the Confederation each year
  • July 4th, we celebrate the anniversary of Confederation each year
  • June 24th, we celebrate multiculturalism
  • 16. Who are the Quebecers?
  • European settlers in the 1600s
  • Descendants of the French colonists
  • Descendants of the Anglophones
  • People of Quebec
  • 17. What part of the Constitution legally protects the basic rights and freedoms of all Canadians?
  • The British Charter of Rights and Freedoms
  • The Canadian Charter of Rights
  • The Canadian Charter of Freedoms
  • The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
  • 18. Which province is the main producer of pulp and paper and hydro-electricity?
  • Quebec
  • Ontario
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • 19. Who are the founding peoples of Canada?
  • Métis, French and British
  • Aboriginal, Métis and British
  • Inuit, Aboriginal and British
  • Aboriginal, French and British
  • 20. How are Senators chosen?
  • By the Governor General of Canada
  • By the Premiers of all provinces
  • Appointed by the Queen
  • They are chosen by the Prime Minister and appointed by the Governor General
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