Canadian Citizenship Preparation Test 28


Canadian Immigration Citizenship Preparation Test







1. What is the symbol on Toonie?
A. Beaver
B. Common Loon
C. Polor Bear
D. Caribou

2. Who led thousands of Loyalist into Canada in 1776?
A. Samuel de Champlain
B. Joseph Brant
C. Laura Secord
D. Mary Ann Shadd Cary




3. What is Canada's National Anthem?
A. Wow Canada
B. Oh Canada
C. O Canada
D. God Save the Queen

4. Who invented basketball?
A. James Naismith
B. Mark Tewksbury
C. Paul Henderson
D. Alexander Graham Bell

5. Who is Joseph-Armand Bombardier?
A. He invented the worldwide ystem of standard time zones.
B. He invented the snowmobile, a light-weight winter vehicle.
C. He invented the first cardiac pacemaker.
D. He contributed to the invention of radio.

6. When is Dominion Day?
A. 1 June
B. 1 July
C. 1 August
D. 1 September

7. What does NATO stand for?
A. North Atlantic Trading Organization.
B. National Associate Treaty Organization.
C. North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
D. North America Treaty Organization.

8. Who was known as “the greatest living Canadian”?
A. Dr. John A. Hopps
B. Sir Sandford Fleming
C. Reginald Fessenden
D. Dr. Wilder Penfield

9. What do we do in Remembrance Day?
A. Wear the red poppy.
B. Observe a moment of silence at 11am.
C. A and B are correct
D. None are correct

10. Whose portrait is on the $5 bill?
A. King George V.
B. Sir Leonard Tilley.
C. Sir John Alexander Macdonald.
D. Sir Wilfrid Laurier.

11. What is La Francophonie?
A.  It is an association of English-speaking nations.
B.  It is an association of Chinese-speaking nations.
C.  It is an association of German-speaking nations.
D. It is an association of French-speaking nations.

12. What is the presumption of innocence?
A. No one is innocent until proven guilty.
B. Everyone is innocent until proven guilty.
C. Everyone is innocent after proven guilty.
D. No one is innocent after proven guilty.

13. 'You must have adequate knowledge of English or French to become a Canadian citizen.' Who can exempt from this requirement?
A. Adult applicants who are 50 years of age and under.
B. Adult applicants who are 50 years of age and over.
C. Adult applicants who are 55 years of age and under
D. Adult applicants who are 55 years of age and over.

14. How many people speak English as first language?
A. 16 millions
B. 18 millions
C. 20 millions
D. 22 millions

15. Who are the Acadians?
A. The descendants of British colonists who began to settle in what are now the Maritime provinces in 1604.
B. The descendants of British colonists who began to settle in what are now the Maritime provinces in 1804.
C. The descendants of French colonists who began to settle in what are now the Maritime provinces in 1604.
D. The descendants of French colonists who began to settle in what are now the Maritime provinces in 1804.

16. Can we question the police about their service or conduct?
A. You can't question their conduct or service.
B. You can question their conduct but not service.
C. You can question their service but not conduct.
D. You can question their service or conduct if you feel you need to.

17. Which province has its own time zone?
A. Newfoundland and Labrador.
B. Yukon.
C. Quebec.
D. British Columbia.

18. Where did the "Loyalists" settle in when the American Revolution happened?
A. Nova Scotia and Quebec.
B. New Brunswick and Quebec.
C. Nova Scotia and Manitoba.
D. Ontario and New Brunswick.

19. Where is St. Croix Island located at in present-day?
A. New Brunswick.
B. Maine.
C. Nova Scotia.
D. Prince Edward Island.

20 What do Canadians wear on Remembrance Day?
A. Red Poppy.
B. Red Rose.
C. Red Lily.
D. Red Pansy.