Canadian Citizenship Preparation Test 23


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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



3. What is Federalism?
A. It allows different provinces to adopt policies tailored to their own populations
B. It gives provinces the flexibility to experiment with new ideas and policies
C. It does not allow different provinces to adopt policies tailored to their own populations, and does not give provinces the flexibility to experiment with new ideas and policies
D. It allows different provinces to adopt policies tailored to their own populations, and gives provinces the flexibility to experiment with new ideas and policies

4. What are not included in the Great Charter of Freedoms?
A. Freedom of association
B. Freedom of peaceful assembly
C. Freedom of live and work anywhere
D. Freedom of conscience and religion

5. When did the Quiet Revolution happen?
A. 1950s
B. 1960s
C. 1970s
D. 1980s

6. The Centre Block of Parliament Buildings was destroyed by an accidental fire in ______ and rebuilt in _______.
A. 1916, 1942
B. 1916, 1922
C. 1918, 1922
D. 1920, 1942

7. Which are the responsibilities of federal government?
A. Property and Civil Rights and Immigration
B. National Defence and Natural Resources
C. Foreign Policy and Criminal Justice
D. Citizenship and Health Care

8. When did the North West Mounted Police establish?
A. 1873
B. 1878
C. 1880
D. 1884

9. Every citizen has the responsibility to vote in provincial and local elections only.
A. True
B. False

10. Why did the first explorers call the native peoples as Indians?
A. Because they thought they had reached?
B. Because they thought they had reached?
C. Because they thought they had reached?
D. Because they thought they had reached the East Indies

11. There are two levels of government, what are they?
A. Federal and Provincial
B. Federal and Municipal
C. Federal and Territorial
D. Provincial and Municipal

12. Who was the founder of Women's Suffrage Movement?
A. Agnes Macphail
B. Laura Second
C. Thérèse Casgrain
D. Dr. Emily Stowe

13. What is the nickname of the nurses who served in the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps?
A. YellowBirds
B. PinkBirds
C. WhiteBirds
D. BlueBirds

14. What is the Group of Seven?
A. In the visual arts, a group of artists developed a style of painting to capture the rugged wilderness landscapes
B. In the visual arts, a group of artists developed a style of painting to capture the rugged wilderness animals
C. In the performing arts, a group of artists developed a network of regional theatres and world-renowned performing arts companies
D. In the performing arts, a group of artists developed a network of provincial theatres and world-renowned performing arts companies

15. Which province has the largest French-speaking population in Canada?
A. Ontario
B. New Brunswick
C. Quebec
D. British Columbia

16. What can you do if you cannot vote an election day?
A. Call Elections Canada
B. Call your MP
C. Write a letter to the candidates
D. Vote at the advance polls

17. When did British North America Act passed?
A. 1847
B. 1857
C. 1867
D. 1877

18. Which native peoples were hunter-gatherers?
A. Cree and Dene
B. Iroquois
C. Sioux
D. Inuit

19. Who burned down the White House and other public building in Washinton DC in 1814 as retaliation?
A. Major-General Sir Isaac Brock
B. Sir John A. Macdonald
C. General Sir Sam Steele
D. Major-General Robert Ross

20. What RCN stands for?
A. The Royalty Canadian Navy
B. The Royal Canada Navy
C. The Royal Canadian Navy
D. The Royal Canada Old Navy