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1. What does "Presumption of Innocence” means?

a. Everyone is innocent until proven guilty
b. Everyone is guilty until proven innocent
c. The governor general makes final decision on behalf of the Queen
d. The head of the government can determine the sentence



2. What is the fundamental right for Canadian citizens?

a. Men have the right to force their spouse wear mask in the public
b. The right to implement the physical punishment to each other
c. The right to drive without driver license across the country
d. The right to vote and be a candidate in the elections



3. What law protects aboriginals' right and treaty?

a. The aboriginals' right and treaty
b. Canadian Constitution
c. The multicultural Act
d. The British North America Act



4. Who were the founding peoples of Canada?

a. Chinese, aboriginals and French
b. Aboriginals, French and British
c. British, Americans and French
d. Americans, French and British



5. How is Canadian parliament formed?

a. The Sovereign/King or Queen, the court and the House of Commons
b. The Sovereign, the federal court and the senate
c. The House of Commons, the senate and governor general
d. The Sovereign/King or Queen, the senate and the House of Commons



6. What does the blindfolded lady symbolizing in the justice?

a. Symbolizes the impartial manner in which she blinded to all considerations but the justice
b. Symbolizes the impartial manner in which she blinded to all considerations but the facts
c. Symbolizes the impartial manner in which she blinded to all considerations but the freedom
d. Symbolizes the impartial manner in which she blinded to all considerations but the liberty



7. What are the responsibilities of Provincial/Territorial government?

a. Education, foreign policy and policing
b. Education and health care
c. National defense, health care and firefighting
d. Highways and aboriginal affairs



8. An American who lived in Canada for forty years, can he vote in the federal election?

a. Yes, he is a man over 18 years old
b. Yes, he lives in Canada for forty years
c. No, because he is not a Canadian citizen
d. No, he does have money



9. What information is on the Election Ballot card?

a. The candidates' names and their parties
b. The directions to tell you how to vote
c. The candidates running for Prime Minister
d. The names of the person whom was voted



10. How are the senators chosen?

a. Chosen by Governor General and appointed by the Queen
b. Chosen by the Prime Minister and appointed by Governor General
c. Chosen by voters and appointed by the head of the government
d. Chosen by all Premiers and appointed by Governor General



11. What do you call the party who won the second most seats in the Federal Election?
a. The party in power
b. An opposition Party
c. An Official Opposition party
d. The government



12. Which province is a main producer of oil and natural gas?

a. Alberta
b. Manitoba
c. Quebec
d. Nova Scotia



13. What are three oceans frontiers Canada?

a. Arctic, Atlantic and Fraser River
b. Atlantic, Indian and Pacific
c. Arctic, Atlantic and Pacific
d. Pacific, Atlantic and Lake Ontario



14. The province "Saskatchewan" known as "breakfast of the world" is because;

a. The largest farm of organic domestic animals
b. The largest producer of grain and oilseeds
c. The world academy of chef training
d. The world famous of bread manufactory



15. Natural resources industries include:

a. Manufacturing and service industries
b. High technology and manufacturing
c. Water and agriculture
d. Forestry and mining



16. Which group of people is living in the Maritime Provinces?

a. The Acadians
b. The black loyalist
c. The Metis
d. The Coastal residents



17. What was achieved from "Women's Suffrage Movement"?

a. Work in the government departments
b. The right to vote
c. Respects from their husband
d. The monogamy



18. The Canadians fought bravely and suffered losses in the unsuccessful defense of:

a. World War I and World War II
b. Plain of Abraham and Normandy
c. Hong Kong and Dieppe
d. Pacific and Hawaii



19. Who was in the Royal flying corps during the First World War and later an honorary Air Marshal of the Royal Canadian Air Force?

a. Captain Billy Bishop
b. Lieutenant Alexander Robert Dunn
c. Sergeant Filip Konowal
d. Lieutenant Robert Hampton Gray



20. What is the significance of the "Victoria Cross"?

a. The highest honour from the King Geroge II awarded to the conspicuous bravery
b. A gold medal from the Royal foundation awarded to the scientist
c. The highest honour received by Prime Ministers of excellent achievements
d. The highest honour awarded to Canadians for most conspicuous bravery