Canadian Citizenship Preparation Test 27

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

2. Where did 'O Canada' first sing?
A. Montreal.
B. Quebec City.
C. Manitoba.
D. British Columbia.



3. What is the capital of Alberta?
A. Winnipeg.
B. Toronto.
C. Regina.
D. Edmonton.

4. How many people speak French as first language?
A. 5 millions.
B. 6 millions.
C. 7 millions.
D. 8 millions.

5. What kind of documents you need to bring to the polling station on election day?
A. Voter information card, a piece of your photo and address.
B. Voter information card, proof of your identity and address.
C. Voter information card, a piece of your photo and electricity bill.
D. Voter information card, proof of your identity and electricity bill.

6. When did the term First Nations begin to be used?
A. 1950s.
B. 1960s.
C. 1970s.
D. 1980s.

7. What is GATT stand for?
A. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
B. Global Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
C. General Argument on Tariffs and Trade.
D. Global Argument on Tariffs and Trade

8. What can you do if you do not get a voter information card?
A. Contact post office.
B. Contact Elections Canada.
C. Contact the provincial premier.
D. Contact Prime Minister.

9. Which oceans line across Canada's frontiers?
A. The Pacific Ocean in the east, the Atlantic Ocean in the west, the Arctic ocean to the north.
B. The Pacific Ocean in the south, the Atlantic Ocean in the north, the Arctic ocean to the east.
C. The Pacific Ocean in the west, the Atlantic Ocean in the east, the Arctic ocean to the north.
D. The Pacific Ocean in the north, the Atlantic Ocean in the south, the Arctic ocean to the east.

10. What are the five Great Lakes?
A. Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan and Lake Superior.
B. Lake Ontario, Lake Louise, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan and Lake Superior.
C. Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan and Lake Nipigon.
D. Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Simcoe and Lake Superior.

11. Which group of native peoples preserved fish by drying and smoking?
A. Iroquois.
B. Sioux.
C. Cree and Dene of the Northwest.
D. West Coast natives.

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. What is the purpose of Canada's honours system?
A. To recognize outstanding citizens.
B. To recognize outstanding people.
C. To recognize outstanding scientists.
D. To recognize outstanding athletes.

14. Who was Tom Thompson?
A. Pioneer of modern abstract art in the 1950s.
B. Celebrated sculptor of historical figures.
C. Pioneer of modern Inuit art with etchings, prints and soapstone sculptures.
D. Well-known artist whose painting 'The Jack Pine' is at National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.

15. Who was Jean-Paul Riopelle?
A. Celebrated sculptor of historical figures.
B. Pioneer of modern Inuit art with etchings, prints and soapstone sculptures.
C. Pioneer of modern abstract art in the 1950s.
D. Well-known artist whose painted the forests and aboriginal artifacts of West Coast.

16. The old Province of Canada was split into two new provinces, what are they?
A. Ontario and Quebec.
B. British Columbia and Quebec.
C. Ontario and New Brunswick.
D. Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.

17. Which group of native peoples were famers and hunters?
A. Iroquois.
B. Sioux.
C. Cree and Dene.
D. Inuit.

18. Who invented the worldwide system of standard time zones?
A. Reginald Fessenden.
B. Alexander Graham Bell.
C. Dr. John A. Hopps.
D. Sir Sandford Fleming.

19. Who was captured by Canadian Corps in April 1917, securing the Canadians' reputation for valour as the "shock troops of the British Empire"?
A. Vimy Ridge
B. Sir Arthur Currie
C. Sir Leonard Tilley
D. Chief Tecumseh

20. Who was Rick Hansen?
A. He began a cross-country run, the "Marathon of Hope", to raise money for cancer research.
B. He was the greatest hockey player and played for Edmonton Oilers from 1979 to 1988.
C. He was a world record sprinter and double Olympic gold medalist.
D. He circled the globe in a wheelchair to raise funds for spinal cord research.