Flashcards in Test 06 Green Deck (20)
1. A group of people are ______________ living in the Maritime Provinces began in 1600s.
a. French Canadians
b. Black loyalist
c. The Arcadians
d. The Metis
2. A group of people called _______________ are Canadians artists, developed a style of painting to capture the rugged wilderness landscapes.
a. The group of seven
b. The group of five
c. The group of three
d. The group of two
3. What provinces first joined confederation?
a. Ontario, Quebec Manitoba, and Prince Edward Island
b. New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec
c. Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and British Columbia
d. Ontario, Newfoundland, Quebec and Nova Scotia
4. What is the significance of Canada Day?
a. Commemorate the First World War
b. Canadians celebrate Queen Victoria’s birthday
c. Commemorate Anniversary of Confederation
d. Canadians celebrate the independence
5. What was the outcome of the war 1812
a. Canada became an independent country from United States
b. Canada would maintain independent of the United States
c. Canada became part of the United States
d. Canada lost a lot of land in the war
6. Canada took part in the battle of ___________ in 1950-1953.
a. Second World War
b. Korean War
c. South African War
d. American cold war
7. What is the significance of Remembrance Day poppy?
a. Canadians remember our Sovereign, Queen Victoria
b. Canadians to remember the sacrifice and died soldiers in all wars
c. Canadians to remember died soldiers who battled in Afghanistan
d. To honor died prime ministers who had excellent achievements
8. What flag served as the National flag of Canada for one hundred years?
a. The Canadian red Ensign
b. The Canadian red maple
c. The Canadian beaver
d. The flag of the Hudson Bay Company
9. The civilization of Canadian's society today stems largely from:
a. Aboriginals and Chinese based culture
b. French speaking and American speaking based civilization
c. French speaking and English speaking based Christian
d. Italian speaking and French speaking based Christians
10. Who was the first woman publisher in Canada?
a. Mary Ann (Shadd) Carey
b. Adrian Clarkson
c. Michelle Jean
d. Paul Martin
11. Where was the fleur-de-lys inherited from?
a. French crown
b. French royalty
c. British crown
d. British royalty
12. What does “Father of Confederation” means?
a. Some representatives who worked together to establish a new country
b. A group of people defended Canada in the war of 1812
c. The leaders of different religious groups
d. The leaders from each province to establish dominion Canada
13. What is a "majority government"?
a. The party in power holds less than half seats in the House of Commons
b. The party in power holds at least half of the 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. How do you describe the "Voter Information Card"?
a. A card tell you where to register for voting
b. It has your name, address, location and time to vote
c. It has candidates’ names in your electoral district and their parties
d. It has a phone number to call Governor General for voting information
15. A woman was chosen in the federal election, what is her title?
a. A Senator
b. The Prime Minister
c. The Lieutenant Governor
d. The Member of Parliament
16. The National Register of Electors” has a database of Canadian citizens 18 yeas of age or older who are qualified to vote in federal elections and referendums.
17. Who is the head of the state?
a. The Governor General
b. The Prime Minister
c. The Queen
d. The senators
18. What are the summaries about Canada's system of government?
a. The federal nation, a constitutional democracy and a parliamentary monarchy
b. Federal State, Parliamentary Democracy and Constitutional Monarchy
c. Federal State, a Parliamentary Constitutional and a Constitutional Democracy
d. Federal State, a Constitutional Parliamentary and a Parliamentary monarchy
19. What do you call "Fathers of Confederation" in 1864-1867?
a. Founders of Canada
b. Prime Ministers
d. The head of the government