Flashcards in Test 14-C NEW Deck (20)
1. What law protect Canadian citizen to challenge unlawful detention?
a. The Canadian Charger of Right and Freedoms
b. Canadian constitution
c. Multicultural Act
d. Habeas Corpus
2. Who enforces the law in Canada?
a. Canadian forces
b. The courts
c. The House of Commons
3. Old provinces of Canada are ______________
a. Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick
b. British Columbia and Ontario
c. Quebec and Ontario
d. Nova Scotia and Quebec
4. What are the summaries about Canada’s system of government ?
a. Federal Nation, Parliamentary Democracy and Constitutional Monarchy
b. Federal State, Parliamentary Democracy and Constitutional Monarchy
c. Federal State, the House of Commons and Constitutional Monarchy
d. Federal State, the Senate and Constitutional Monarchy
5.The Acadians are the descendants of French settler live in Maritime province.
6. Remembrance Day means Canadians remember the sacrifices and all soldiers died in all wars.
7. What are privileges of Canadian citizenship?
a. Vote and apply for a passport
b. Vote and own a house
c. Work for the government and drive a car
d. Travel to United States and bring back duty frees
8. What building was destroyed by an accidental fire in 1916 and rebuilt in 1922?
a. The court house
b. The parliament
c. The museum
d. The Command Tower
9. Who is eligible to run as a candidate in Federal/Proivincial Elections?
a. Any Canadian citizen who is at least 18 years of age
b. Any Canadian citizen who is at least 19 years of age
c. Any Canadian citizen who is at least 16 years of age
d. Any Canadian citizen who is at least 21 years of age
10. When the federal election must be held under legislation passed by Parliament?
a. The third Monday in January every four years years following the most recent general election
b. The third Monday in April every four years years following the most recent general election
c. The third Monday in July every four years years following the most recent general election
d. The third Monday in October every four years years following the most recent general election
11. In Canada’s judicial system “presumption of innocence” means everyone is innocent until proven guilty.
12. What are the Judiciary levels of Canada?
a. Supreme Court
b. Federal Court
c. Provincial Court
d. All of above
13. What three countries joined the “North American Free Trade Agreement” (NAFTA)?
a. Canada, the United States and Mexico
b. Canada, the United States and China
c. Canada, the United States and Korea
d. Canada, the United States and Japan
14. What should you dod if you cannot or do not wish to vote on Election Day?
a. Vote in advance poll
b. Vote by phone
c. vote by email
d. None of above
15. What province is the most easterly point in Canada?
b. Prince Edward Island
c. British Columbia
d. Newfoundland and Labrador
16. What industry is more than 75% of Canadians working?
a. Natural resources industries
b. Manufacturing industries
c. Service industries
d. Education industries
17. What is Canada’s winter sport?
18. Why English and French are Canada’s Official Languages?
a. Because Canada is European based society
b. Because Canada was formed and settled by English and French people
c. Because English and French are Canada’s major languages
d. Because English and French are well related
19. Christians are great majority religion in Canada.