Flashcards in Test 07 Green Deck (20)
1. “Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law” is the first sentence refers to;
a. British North America Act
b. Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
c. Canadian Constitution
d. Parliamentary Democracy
2. Canada’s navy base is located at the province of _______________.
a. British Columbia
c. Prince Edward Island
d. Nova Scotia
3. What provinces will you pass by when traveling from east to west coast?
a. Prince Edward Island, Ontario, Saskatchewan and British Columbia
b. Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, New Brunswick and Quebec
c. Prince Edward Island, Ontario, New Brunswick and British Columbia
d. Prince Edward Island, Quebec, New Brunswick and Manitoba
4. Which two groups of people have lived together in partnership and creative tension for more than 300 years?
a. French speakers and Aboriginals speakers
b. Aboriginals speakers and Spanish speakers
c. French speakers and English speakers
d. American speakers and English speakers
5. Violence, extreme or hateful prejudices in Canada;
a. Do tolerated
b. Justify in some ethnics
c. Do not justify
d. Justified at some religious groups
6. Dr. John A. Hopps, Sir Sandford Fleming, Alexander Graham Bell and Reginald Fessenden are _______________.
a. A group of architects
b. Canadian inventors
c. Involved in the war 1812
d. Black loyalist
7. Who was a chief of aboriginals supported British soldiers in Canada’s defense of war 1812?
b. Louis Riel
c. Robert Ross
d. Isaac Brock
8. What was Canada’s role in the World War II began in 1939?
a. Canada with democratic countries to against Nazi
b. Canada with democratic countries to support Nazi"
c. Canada took part in the military supplies and training
d. Canada defended bravery to protect its civilians
9. Which two enemies that Canada took part to against in the twentieth century?
a. Fascism and Socialism
b. Fascism and Communism
c. Nazism and Socialism
d. Socialism and Nationalism
10. What year did the "Order of Canada" start?
11. Which province in Canada’s easterly point and has its own time zone?
a. Prince Edward Island
b. Newfoundland and Labrador
c. New Brunswick
d. Northern Territories
12. The provinces of Ontario and Quebec are;
a. Old provinces
b. Atlantic Provinces
c. Northern Territories
13. How is an Official Opposition Part selected?
a. Chosen by Prime Minister and Governor General
b. An opposition party with the most members in the House of Commons
c. An opposition party selected by all Canadian citizens whom they can trust
d. By leaders of provinces and territories
14. How do you vote in the Federal Election if you are outside of Canada?
a. Tell a family member or friend to vote twice
b. Vote by mail with a special ballot
c. Vote on internet
d. Vote by Email
15. A thirty six years old man took his citizenship oath last week, can he be a candidate?
a. Yes, he is a man and over age 18
b. Yes, he is a citizen over age 18
c. No, his citizenship is too new
d. No, he does not have driver license
16. When an earlier Federal Election can be called?
a. When the government is defeated
b. When the sovereign declare the government is failed
c. If the Prime Minister is deceased
d. At any time Canadians need a new government
17. What are the responsibilities of Federal Government?
a. National defense and natural resources
b. Education and foreign policies
c. National defense and Foreign Policies
d. Citizenship and firefighting
18. A “Constitutional Monarchy” means the power to the Sovereign is limited; Queen is the head of state and Prime Minister is the head of government.
19. Why did "Father of Confederation" create two levels of governments?
a. When one government is defeated the other one can take over
b. Each level of governments has same power to reign the country
c. English speakers and French speakers can share powers
d. Each of them has its’ own responsibilities and share powers