Canadian Citizenship Preparation Test 24









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



3. Who is the world champion wheelchair racer and Paralympic gold medallist?
A. Donovan Bailey
B. Wayne Gretzky
C. Terry Fox
D. Chantel Petitclerc

4. Which province is officially bilingual province?
A. New Brunswick
B. Quebec
C. Newfoundland and Labrador
D. Nova Scotia

5. What does the symbol 'coat of arms' contain?
A. Enlgand, Mexico, Scotland, Ireland and red maple leaves
B. USA, France, Scotland, Ireland and red maple leaves
C. Enlgand, France, German, Ireland and red maple leaves
D. Enlgand, France, Scotland, Ireland and red maple leaves

6. Who establish the Clarkson Cup in the National Hockey League?
A. Lord Stanley,
B. Adrienne Clarkson
C. Terry Fox
D. Lord Durham

7. What do we call official awards in Canada?
A. Orders
B. Decorations
C. Medals
D. Honours

8. The effort by women to achieve the right to vote is known as ________.
A. Women's sufferings Movement
B. Women's Suffrage Movement
C. Women's Voting Movement
D. Women's Vote Movement

9. Canada is the __________ largest country on earth.
A. first
B. second
C. third
D. fourth

10. What is Francophone?
A. People who speak English as their first language
B. People who speak French as their second language
C. People who speak French as their first language
D. People who speak Spanish as their first language

11. Who is Joseph-Armand Bombardier?
A. He invented the radio
B. He invented the first electric light bulb
C. He invented the worldwide system of standard time zones
D. He invented the snowmobile, a light-weight winter vehicle

12. Where do most Inuit live?
A. Nunavut
B. Northwest Territories
C. Yukon
D. Quebec

13. Who were Fathers of Confederation?
A. Sir Étienne-Paschal Taché, Sir George-Étienne Cartier, Sir Louis-Hippolyte La Fontaine and Sir John A. Macdonald
B. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Sir George-Étienne Cartier, Sir Leonard Tilley and Sir John A. Macdonaldd
C. Sir Étienne-Paschal Taché, Sir Robert Borden, Sir Leonard Tilley and Sir John A. Macdonald
D. Sir Étienne-Paschal Taché, Sir George-Étienne Cartier, Sir Leonard Tilley and Sir John A. Macdonald

14. When is Dominion Day?
A. April 9
B. July 1
C. November 11
D. December 26

15. When did Arctic Islands (to N.W.T) join into the Dominion?
A. 1867
B. 1871
C. 1873
D. 1880

16. Who invented basketball?
A. Donovan Bailey
B. James Naismith
C. Mark Tewksbury
D. Paul Henderson

17. Who captured Detroit but was killed while defending against an American attack at Queenston Heights?
A. Major-General Sir Isaac Brock
B. Major-General Robert Ross
C. Sir Sam Steele
D. Chief Tecumseh

18. Which province is the largest producer of grains and oilseeds?
A. Manitoba
B. Alberta
C. Saskatchewan
D. Ontario

19. Who are candidates?
A. Canadian citizens who are 18 years old or older run in a federal election
B. Anyone who are 18 years old or older run in a federal election
C. Canadian citizens who are 21 years old or older run in a federal election
D. Anyone who are 21 years old or older run in a federal election

20. Which act granted to the Canadas, for the first time, legislative assemblies elected by the people?
A. The Office Languages Act
B. The Constitution Act
C. The British North America Act
D. The Constitutional Act