Canadian Citizenship Test by Goobid

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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    1. 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
  • 2. Which provinces first formed Confederation?
  • Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland
  • Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Albert
  • Ontario, Quebec, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia
  • Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the Province of Canada
  • 3. 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
  • 4. When you vote on election day, what do you do?
  • Go to the voting station, tell them who you are and mark your X. Give the ballot back to the attendant
  • Go to the voting station, remove 1 ballot and after marking your X deposit it in the ballot box
  • Go to the voting station, take your voter’s card with proof of identity, highlight your choice on the ballot and deposit it in the box
  • Go to the voting station with your voter’s card and ID, mark an X in the circle next to the candidate of your choice, fold the ballot and present it to the poll officials
  • 5. Canada has three territories and how many provinces?
  • 13
  • 10
  • 3
  • 5
  • 6. Who has the right to run as a candidate in federal elections?
  • Anyone
  • A Canadian citizen who is 16 years old
  • Any man who is at least 18 years old
  • Any Canadian citizen who is at least 18 years old
  • 7. When must federal elections be held?
  • About every 4 years
  • On the third Monday in October every four years following the most recent general election
  • Whenever the Prime Minister calls the election
  • When the MP's want a new Prime Minister
  • 8. What does it mean to say Canada is a constitutional monarchy?
  • The Sovereign (Queen or King) is the law maker of Canada
  • Canada’s Head of State is a hereditary Sovereign (Queen or King) who reigns in accordance with the Constitution
  • The Sovereign (Queen or King) represents Canadians in Parliament
  • The sovereign (Queen or King) approves bills before becoming law
  • 9. 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)
  • 10. When did the British North America Act come into effect?
  • 1871
  • 1898
  • 1867
  • 1905
  • 11. What year was Confederation?
  • 1867
  • 1871
  • 1898
  • 1870
  • 12. What do you call the Sovereign’s representative in the provinces?
  • Premier
  • Member of the Legislative Assembly
  • Lieutenant-Governor
  • Senator
  • 13. What is a majority government?
  • When the party in power holds about one third of the seats in the House of Commons
  • When the party in power holds about one quarter of the seats in the House of Commons
  • When the part in power holds at least half of the seats in the Senate
  • When the party in power holds at least half of the seats in the House of Commons
  • 14. In which region do more than half the people in Canada live?
  • Central Canada
  • Prairies
  • Atlantic Canada
  • Northern Canada
  • 15. What is the population of Canada?
  • About 20 million
  • 38 million
  • 17 million
  • About 33 million
  • 16. What are the Prairie provinces and their capital cities?
  • Alberta (Edmonton) and Saskatchewan (Regina)
  • Alberta (Edmonton), Saskatchewan (Regina) and Manitoba (Winnipeg)
  • Saskatchewan (Regina) and Manitoba (Winnipeg)
  • Saskatchewan (Regina), Manitoba (Winnipeg) and Ontario (Toronto)
  • 17. Who is Canada’s Head of State?
  • Governor General of Canada
  • Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
  • Prime Minister
  • Lieutenant Governor
  • 18. 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
  • 19. What are the provinces of the Atlantic region and their capital cities?
  • Nova Scotia (Halifax), New Brunswick (Fredericton), Prince Edward Island (Charlottetown) and Quebec (Quebec)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador (St. John's), Nova Scotia (Halifax), New Brunswick (Fredericton) and Prince Edward Island (Charlottetown)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador (St. John's), Nova Scotia (Halifax), New Brunswick (Fredericton) and Quebec (Quebec)
  • Nova Scotia (Halifax), New Brunswick (Fredericton), Quebec (Quebec City)and Ontario (Toronto)
  • 20. How does a bill become a law?
  • The Lieutenant Governor must approve the bill
  • Approval by a majority in the House of Commons and Senate and finally the Governor General
  • The Queen must sign the bill
  • Approval by the Members of the Legislative Assembly
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