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1. What is Habeas Corpus?
A. It is the right to challenge unlawful detention by the state, and it comes from English common law.
B. It is the right to challenge unlawful detention by the state, and it comes from English civil law.
C. It is the right to challenge unlawful detention by the state, and it comes from British common law.
D. It is the right to challenge lawful detention by the state, and it comes from English common law.

2. When do you know the election result?
A. Immediately after the polling stations close, election officers count the ballots and the results are announced through mailing a letter to all.
B. Immediately after the polling stations close, election officers count the ballots and the results are announced on radio and television, and in the newspapers.
C. Immediately after the polling stations close, election officers count the ballots and the results are announced in the newspapers only.
D. Immediately after the polling stations close, election officers count the ballots and the results are announced next day on radio and television, and in the newspapers.

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1. Who and Where amend the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
A. Queen Elizabeth II, Ottawa
B. Queen Elizabeth II, Toronto
C. Queen Elizabeth III, Ottawa
D. Queen Elizabeth III, Toronto

2. What is the 'Great Upheaval'?
A. Between 1755 and 1763, during the war between Britain and France, more than one-thirds of the Quebecers were deported from their homeland.
B. Between 1755 and 1763, during the war between Britain and France, more than two-thirds of the Quebecers were deported from their homeland.
C. Between 1755 and 1763, during the war between Britain and France, more than one-thirds of the Acadians were deported from their homeland.
D. Between 1755 and 1763, during the war between Britain and France, more than two-thirds of the Acadians were deported from their homeland.

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1. When is D-Day?
A. June 6, 1943
B. June 6, 1944
C. June 8, 1944
D. June 8, 1945

2. When is Christmas?
A. December 24
B. December 25
C. December 26
D. December 31


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1. When did Upper Canada became the first province in the Empire to move toward abolition of slavery?
A. 1791
B. 1793
C. 1807
D. 1833

2. Which non-official language are the second most-spoken at home?
A. Vietnamese Languages
B. Germany Languages
C. Chinese Languages
D. Russian Languages


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1. What is the capital of Prince Edward Island?
A. St. John's
B. Charlottetown
C. Halifax
D. Fredericton

2. Who is above the law?
A. Sovereign
B. Prime Minister
C. Police
D. No One


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1. When is Remembrance Day?
A. January 11
B. July 1
C. November 11
D. November 20

2. Who is Chantal Petitclerc?
A. A world record sprinter and double Olympic gold medallist.
B. A world champion wheelchair racer and Paralympic gold medallist.
C. Won a gold medal in speed skating at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
D. Scored the winning goal for Canada in the Canada-Soviet Summit Series.


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1. What is the Okanagan Valley famous for?
A. Fishing and swimming
B. Fruit orchards and wine industry
C. Mining
D. Provincial parks

2. When did the Canadian flag first raise?
A. 1965
B. 1975
C. 1985
D. 1995


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1. When did Aboriginal peoples grant the right to vote?
A. 1940
B. 1948
C. 1960
D. 1966

2. When did the name Canada become official?
A. 1758
B. 1773
C. 1785
D. 1791