Flashcards in Test 04 Deck (20)
1. Yukon is in the region of:
a. The West Coast
b. Central Canada
c. Northern Canada
d. Prairie provinces
2. What is the relationship of Canada and USA?
a. Canada export very little to USA
b. The most trading partners
c. Duty free for travelers between each other
d. Aerospace technology partners
3. What is the meaning of "Canada" and where did the name from?
a. From Europe explorer and it means "the colony"
b. From the earliest Europeans and it means "the continent"
c. From the aboriginals and it means "holy spirits"
d. It means "village" from the Iroquoian word "Kanata"
4. What do Canadians celebrate on Canada day every year?
a. We celebrate Queen Victoria's birthday
b. Canadians celebrate Canada became self-governing Dominion
c. We celebrate the birthday of Queen Elizabeth II
d. Canadians celebrate Canada became an independent country
5. What war was considered as the fight for the country?
a. The Second World War and the Pacific War
b. The Korean War between Japan, China, and Korea
c. THe Pacific War to against japanese Empire's invasion
d. The War of 1812
6. In 1944-1945, Canada took aprt in the liberation of:
c. South Korea
7. What day do Canadians wear red poppy and observe a moment of silence?
a. Labour Day
b. Remembrance Day
d. Canada Day
8. Where was Canada's national colours inherited from since 1921?
a. Aboriginals and France
b. France and England
c. England and Aboriginals
d. Italy and England
9. What is Canada's officia summer sport?
a. THe Canadian footaball
b. The Basketball
c. The Lacrosse
d. The Hockey
10. Great majority of Canadians identified their religion as:
11. What emblem was adopted for Quebec flag?
a. Blue cross with lily
b. The Cross and the French Crown
c. The Cross and the fleur-de-lys
d. The Cross and Snowy Owl
12. Can you refuse when you're called to serving on a jury?
a. Yes, if you don't have a driver license
b. Yes, if you don't have a car
c. No,your citizenship will be revoked
d. No, you're legally to serve
13. What is a "minority government"?
a. The party in power holds less than half seats in the House of Commons
b. The party in power holds more than half seats in the House of Commons
c. The political party with most members in their electoral district
d. The members received least votes in their electoral district
14. What is significance of secret ballot?
a. No one can watch you vote
b. No one should look at how you voted
c. No one has the right to insist that you tell them how you voted
d. All of above
15. A woman received most votes in the federal election, she becomes:
a. The leader of the party
b. The Prime Minister of the government
c. The official opposition party
d. The Member of Parliament
16. When the Federal Election must be held under legislation passed by Parliament?
a. The first Monday in October every two years following the most recent general election
b. The second Monday in October every four years following the most recent general election
c. The third Monday in October every four years following the most recent general election
d. The first Monday in December every five years following the most recent general election
17. Who is the head of government?
a. The Governor General
b. The Prime Minister
c. The Premier
d. The Senators
18. Why do you pledge loyalty to the Queen Elizabeth II?
a. She is the Queen of Canada
b. She led Canada to join world organization and trade with other nations
c. She granted the charter of the rights and freedoms to Canadians
d. Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy rule of law
19. In 1864-1867 some representatives established Canada known as:
a. Fathers of Confederation
b. Fathers of religion
c. Fathers of country
d. Fathers of government