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.
What is the meaning of the national motto, the Latin phrase, “A Mari Usque Ad Mare”?
The rule of law
From sea to sea
None of these
What three requirements must a potential elector meet in order to vote in a federal election?
A potential elector must be a landed immigrant, must be 18 years or older, and must be registered on the voters’ list in order to vote in a federal election.
A potential elector must be 21 years or older, must work for the government, and must be a landed immigrant in order to vote in a federal election.
A potential elector must have a driver’s license, must be 21 years or older, and must be registered on the voters’ list in order to vote in a federal election.
A potential elector must be 18 years or older, must be a Canadian citizen, and must be registered on the voters’ list in order to vote in a federal election.
Which of the following are the three founding peoples of Canada?
The Americans, the French, and the British
The British, the Americans, and the Aboriginals
The Aboriginals, the French, and the British
The French, the Americans, and the Indians
How often are federal elections held in Canada?
Every six years
Every five years
Every seven years
Every four years
What is significant about the fact that Canada and America share "the world’s longest undefended border"?
It enables over three-quarters of Canadian exports to enter the USA every year without taxes or fees.
It enables Canadians to enter the USA without needing identification.
It enables Canada to export billions of dollars worth of energy products to the USA every year.
It enables millions of Canadians and Americans to cross the border every year in with relative ease and safety.
The discovery of insulin was a result of whose work?
John Graves Simcoe
Dr. Emily Stowe
Sir Frederick Banting and Charles Best
Charles Best and Reginald Fessenden
What is the meaning of the term “Premier”?
Premier is the title given to the head of government of the country of Canada.
Premier is the title given to the head of government of a Canadian province or territory.
Premier is the title given to the head of government of the Municipality of Toronto.
Premier is the title given to the Queen’s representative in Canada.
Which of the following is Canada’s only officially bilingual province?
To whom or what do Canadians profess loyalty?
To the Canadian Constitution
To a person who represents all Canadians
To the Canadian Flag
To Geopolitical entities
Which oceans line Canada’s frontiers??
The Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Arctic Ocean
The Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, and the Pacific Ocean
The Arctic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean
The Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean
In which industry do most Canadians work?
The Municipal Government is responsible for which of the following?
People from which country played a significant role in the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway?
Who was General Sir Arthur Currie?
The most famous explorer of western Canada
The greatest Canadian soldier in the First World War
The greatest military leader of the Métis
The person who started the “Marathon of Hope”
How many territories does Canada have?
For which of the following is the provincial government responsible?
Property and civil rights
Interprovincial Trade and Communications
What is the significance of the sport lacrosse in Canada?
It is Canada’s most popular sport.
It is fun game played on ice.
It is Canada’s official winter sport.
It is Canada’s official summer sport.
Who was John Graves Simcoe?
The Founder of the city of Kingston
The Founder of the city of Calgary
The Founder of the city of Victoria
The Founder of the city of Toronto
For which of the following is the federal government responsible?
Criminal law and citizenship
What does the blindfolded Lady Justice symbolize?
None of these
The judicial system is founded on the presumption of innocence in criminal matters.
The judicial system must respect all the legal rights to which a blind person is entitled under the law.
The judicial system is blind to all considerations other than facts.
Quebec is Canada’s main producer of which of the following?
Pulp and paper
Who is considered by many to be the father of Manitoba?
Dr. Emily Stowe
John Graves Simcoe
Who is the head of the government in Canada?
Queen Elizabeth II
The Prime Minister
When is ‘Sir Wilfrid Laurier Day’ celebrated?
What is a political candidate?
A government employee
A member of the Canadian Senate Committee
A staff member of Elections Canada
A person who is registered to run for an office in an election
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