Canadian Citizenship Practice Test 4 - CMC Immigration
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Canadian Citizenship Practice

CMC Immigration Team has created this powerful FREE online practise quiz Module to help you quickly prepare for the Canadian Citizenship Test. We have 10 Parts of this citizenship quiz, each section consists of 25 multiple-choice questions.

Which of the following was invented by Alexander Graham Bell?
BlackBerry
Internet
Telephone
Fax Machine

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Who represents an electoral district?
The Governor General
The Lieutenant Governor
The Commissioner
A Member of Parliament

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Which province is known as the "Land of 100,000 Lakes?"
Ontario
Nova Scotia
Manitoba
British Columbia

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How is Canada ranked in terms of geographical size in the world?
It is the largest country on Earth.
It is the seventh largest country on Earth.
It is the smallest country on Earth.
It is the second largest country on Earth.

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Which of the following is the responsibility of the federal government?
Education
Interprovincial Trade and Communications
Hospitals
Property and Civil Rights

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When is Labour Day celebrated in Canada?
The 1st of July
The 3rd Monday of October
The 1st Monday of September
The 1st of May

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What types of jobs are provided by service industries?
Transportation and education
All of these
Tourism and government
Communications, retail services

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What is Canada’s rank in the world in terms of geographical size?
It is the third-largest country in the world.
It is the fourth-largest country in the world.
It is the smallest country in the world.
It is the second-largest country in the world.

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What is the symbol of the Canadian government?
The Crown
The Parliament
The National Flag
The Snowbirds

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Since when has the protocol for the amendment of the Canadian Constitution existed?
1885
1972
1962
1982

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What is the fixed day for Canada's federal elections?
The 3rd Monday in October, four years after the Election Day of the previous federal election.
The 1st Monday in September, four years after the Election Day of the previous federal election.
There is no fixed day for Canada's federal elections.
May 10th, six years after the previous federal election.

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What information can be found on a voter information card?
A voter information card contains a list of registered electors.
A voter information card indicates when and where a registered elector can vote in an election.
A voter information card indicates which candidates are eligible in an election.
All of these.

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Which sport has the greatest number of registered players in Canada?
Basketball
Lacrosse
Soccer
Curling

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What is celebrated on April 9th?
Boxing Day
Thanksgiving Day
Vimy Day
Family Day

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When was “employment insurance” introduced by the Canadian federal government?
1940
1965
1947
1950

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What is Canada's national winter sport?
Lacrosse
Basketball
Golf
Hockey

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How many provinces does Canada have?
13
3
10
7

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The ancestors of the Aboriginals are believed to have migrated from which of the following continents?
Europe
America
Asia
Australia

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Which of the following is the responsibility of the provinces?
Defence
Currency
Foreign Policy
Education

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What is celebrated on the 26th of December?
Boxing Day
Victoria Day
Remembrance Day
Canada Day

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After a federal election, which party forms the new government?
The Queen picks the party which will form the new government.
The Governor General proposes a law for the elected officials to choose the governing body which will form the new government.
The elected Premiers of each province pick the party which will form the new government.
The party with the most elected representatives forms the new government.

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Whose portrait is featured on the Canadian $10 bill?
Alexander Graham Bell
Sir Frederic Banting
Sir John Alexander MacDonald
Sir Arthur Currie

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In 1960s, Quebec experienced an era of rapid change. What is it called?
The East Movement
The Quiet Revolution
La Francophonie
The Suffrage Movement

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Who invented the worldwide system of standard time zones?
Reginald Fessenden
Alexander Graham Bell
Sir Sandford Fleming
Joseph-Armand Bombardier

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Which Canadian province has the largest population of Aboriginals?
Manitoba
Ontario
Alberta
Nova Scotia

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