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1. What constitution protects Canadians' rights and freedoms?

a. The British North America Act
b. The Canadians Constitution
c. The Canadian Charter
d. The American Constitution

C

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2. Which statement best describe Canadian citizen's responsibilities?

a. Respect the public and private property, buy property and own business
b. Learn both official languages, buy property and recycle newspapers
c. Obeying the law; take responsibilities for oneself and one's family and serving on a jury
d. Pledge loyalty to Canada, recycle newspaper, pay tax and carpool

C

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3. What are the justice levels of Canada?

a. The Justice Court, Supreme Court and Provincial Court
b. The Federal Court, Provincial Court and Municipal Court
c. The Supreme Court, Provincial Court, and Trial Court
d. The Federal Court, Supreme Court and Provincial Court

D

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4. Where did the Canadian's rights and responsibilities come from?

a. From American history after the war of 1812 that Canadians are entitled
b. From our history, secured by Canadian law, our shared tradition, identity and value
c. From British parliament secured by Canadian law, became our identity and value
d. From our constitution secured by the North American Act of 1867

B

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5. What are the historic sites of Canadian defense system built during the war of 1812?

a. The citadels at Halifax and Quebec city
b. The CN and peace tower
c. The multi-span bridge at Prince Edward Island
d. The Canadian Pacific Railway

A

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6. What book did you study for the citizenship test?

a. The “Citizenship and Immigration guide”
b. The “Discovery Canada”
c. The "Discover Canada"
d. The "Discover Canada for Citizenship"

C

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7. The foundation 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. French and Britisih
d. British and Aboriginals

A

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8. Which of the following is NOT a right of Canadian citizenship?

a. The right to seek revenge if lost in the fights
b. The right to express their opinions to the government
c. The right to Assembly and Association
d. The right to live and work across the country

A

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9. Whose portrait was shown on Dominion of Canada $1 bill?

a. Queen Victoria
b. Queen Elizabeth II
c. King George II
d. King George V

D

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10. How many "Victoria Cross" have been awarded to Canadians?

a. 69
b. 96
c. 169
d. 209

B

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11. Why the right and freedoms are important to Canadians?

a. It reflects our shared tradition, identity and value
b. Canadians pay high taxes
c. An order from Queen Victoria
d. The policy of the government

A

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12. Which of the following is NOT a responsibility of Canadian citizenship?

a. Obey the law
b. Vote in the elections
c. Protects the environments
d. Be a home owner

D

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13. What song will be played for Canadians wish to honor the Queen?

a. Amazing grace
b. God save the Queen
c. British Anthem
d. Long live our noble Queen!

B

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14. The "Constitutional Act 1791" separated the province of Quebec into;

a. Old provinces
b. Lower Canada
c. Upper Canada
d. Confederation Provinces

C

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15. What is the role of "Canadian Forces Reserves"?

a. Responsible of the security of Canada’s north
b. Protects the country
c. They are coast guards
d. Soldiers of the Queen

B

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16. Who was the leader of Metis led an armed uprising and seized Fort Garry?

a. Louis Riel
b. Sir Arthur Currie
c. Sir Sam Steele
d. Tecumseh

A

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17. Can women participates in Royal Canadian Air Forces?

a. No, only male Canadian citizens between ages 19 to 25
b. Yes, any women lives in Canada whose ages 16 to 25
c. Yes, women and men are equal under the law in Canada
d. No women are only protected to give births

C

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18. Newcomers are expected to embrace democratic principles such as;

a. Presumption of Innocence
b. Rule of the law
c. Be a member of parliament
d. Volunteering

B

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19. When was the term “First Nation” used for Indians till today?

a. 1850s
b. 1970s
c. 1999
d. 1700s

B

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20. Who led thousands of Loyalist Mohawk Indians into Canada in the late 1800s?

a. Louis Riel
b. Joseph Brant
c. Tecumseh
d. John Buchan

B