Flashcards in Test 03 RED Deck (20)
1. What does Prime Minster responsible for?
a. Choose Cabinet Minister
b. Presiding the citizenship ceremony
c. Meeting in the House of COmmons
d. Federal Elections
2. Why trading with other nations are important to Canada?
a. Maintain the relationship of national affairs
b. To support third world countries
c. Fulfill the agreement of the United Nations
d. Maintain a high standard of living
3. Who plays the role as national police forces and Canada's best known symbol?
a. North Atlantic treaty organization (NATO)
b. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
c. The United Nation (UN)
d. The Royal Canadian Air Forces (RCAF)
4. Who led thousands of Loyalist Mohawk Indians into Canada in the late 1800s?
a. Louis Riel
c. Joseph Brant
d. John Buchan
5. Which two countries battle in the "Plain of Abraham" in 1759?
a. France and United State of America
b. United State of America and Great Britain
c. United Kingdom and France
d. Great Britain and Canada
6. Newcomers are expected to embrace democratic principles such as;
a. Habeas Corpus
b. Rule of law
c. Due Process under the law
d. Presumption of innocence
7. Why "French & English" are used as Canada's official language?
a. Because it's an official language
b. Because Canada is formed and settled by French and British
c. Because it is an Act of multiculturalism in Canada's society
d. Because Canada was settled by Aboriginals and British
8. The foundations of Canada formed strong economic, religious and a military bond in the first 200 years was laid by coexistence of;
a. Aboriginals and Europeans
b. Aboriginals and Americans
c. Aboriginals and Chinese
d. French and British
9. What three parts to form a parliament in Canada?
a. The Sovereign Queen/King and Federal court
b. The Queen, the House of Commons and court
c. The Sovereign Queen/King, the House of Commons and Senate
d. The Judges, Police and Prime Minister
10. Who can run as a candidate in the Federal Elections?
a. Any man age 18 or older
b. Any Canadian citizen aged 18 or older
c. Any Canadian citizen aged 19 and on the voter’s list
d. Canadian citizens and immigrants aged 18 and live in Canada
11. To serve “Canadian Forces” means
b. Compulsory for male Canadian citizens aged 18 or older
c. Compulsory for all Canadian citizens aged 18 or older
d. Compulsory for every Canadian residents at least age 19
12. A Judge committed a crime; does the law in Canada apply to him?
a. No, the judge enjoys waiver
b. Yes, only the Prime Minister can grant a waiver
c. yes, equality for everyone under the law
d. No, he is above the law
13. The rights of Canadian citizenship not include;
a. Spousal abuse
b. Honour Killing
c. Forced marriage
d. All of above
14. Who can watch how ou vote in the federal and provincial elections?
a. The election officers
b. The candidates
c. The numerators
d. None of above
15. A woman took her citizenship oath last week and she did not receive a voter’s information card, what should she do?
a. Contact local election places
b. Write to the House of Commons
c. Contact Election Canada
d. Contact local MP office
16. Out of following; which are the responsibilities of Federal Government?
a. National Defense and Foreign Policies
b. Garbage disposals and Environment
c. Natural Resources and Highways
d. Snow removals and Education
17. Which level of governments responsible for passing "By-Laws"?
a. The federal level
b. The provincial/territorial
c. The municipal level
d. None of the above
18. What song is Royal Anthem?
a. We love our Queen
b. Amazing Grace
c. O Canada
d. God save the Queen
19. What does “Fathers of Confederation” means?
a. They made Canada an independent country
b. The representatives worked together to establish Canada
c. They represent the religious group of Canadians
d. They were Prime Ministers of Canada