Canadian Citizenship Preparation Test 19

Canadian Citizenship Test Study Guide

1. Who and Where amend the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
A. Queen Elizabeth II, Ottawa
B. Queen Elizabeth II, Toronto
C. Queen Elizabeth III, Ottawa
D. Queen Elizabeth III, Toronto

2. What is the 'Great Upheaval'?
A. Between 1755 and 1763, during the war between Britain and France, more than one-thirds of the Quebecers were deported from their homeland.
B. Between 1755 and 1763, during the war between Britain and France, more than two-thirds of the Quebecers were deported from their homeland.
C. Between 1755 and 1763, during the war between Britain and France, more than one-thirds of the Acadians were deported from their homeland.
D. Between 1755 and 1763, during the war between Britain and France, more than two-thirds of the Acadians were deported from their homeland.
3. Who is the 1st Prime Minister of Dominion of Canada?
A. Sir John A. Macdonald
B. Sir George-√Čtienne Cartier
C. Sir Sam Steele
D. Sir Leonard Tilley

4. What is the highest honour available to Canadians?
A. Victorian Cross
B. Victoria Cross
C. Victoria Day
D. Canadian Cross

5. Who is James Naismith?
A. A Canadian who invented basketball in 1891.
B. A Canadian who invented basketball in 1894.
C. A Canadian who invented soccer in 189
D. A Canadian who invented soccer in 189

6. When did 'O Canada' proclaim as the national anthem?
A. 1950
B. 1960
C. 1970
D. 1980

7. What is 'Metis'?
A. They are a distinct people of mixed Aboriginal and European ancestry.
B. They come from both French- and English-speaking backgrounds and speak their own dialect, Michif.
C. About 4% of the Aboriginal people are Inuit.
D. All of the above.

8. Who was be captured by Canadian troops on D-Day?
A. Sir Arthur Currie
B. Juno Beach
C. Louis Riel
D. Gabriel Dumont

9. Did the rebels have enough public support to succeed?
A. Yes. Canada finally adopted American republican values and join the United States.
B. No. They were defeated by British troops and Canadian volunteers.

10. When did the Peace Tower build?
A. 1860
B. 1916
C. 1922
D. 1927

11. How many Allied air crew trained in Canada under the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan?
A. Below 130,000 Allied air crew.
B. Over 130,000 Allied air crew.
C. Below 160,000 Allied air crew.
D. Over 160,000 Allied air crew.

12. What is the capital of Manitoba?
A. Edmonton
B. Regina
C. Winnipeg
D. Victoria

13. What did the French and Aboriginal people collaborate in, driven by the demand for beaver pelts in Europe?
A. Fur-trade economy.
B. Gold-mining economy.
C. Forestry and fishing economy.
D. Animals-hunting economy.

14. Where did Louis Riel go in 1870?
A. Manitoba
B. Edmonton
C. Alberta
D. United States

15. The French-speaking Catholic people in "Province of Quebec" is also known as _________.
A. Francophones
B. Habitants or Canadiens
C. Quebecers
D. Acadians

16. Which city did Fort Garry trading post become?
A. Winnipeg
B. Edmonton
C. Vancouver
D. Toronto

17. When did Alberta and Saskatchewan join into the Dominion?
A. 1870
B. 1880
C. 1905
D. 1999

18. What is the symbol on loonie?
A. Common Loon
B. Maple Leaf
C. Beaver
D. Polar Bear

19. Where did the first representative assembly is elected in 1758?
A. St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
B. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
C. Federiction, New Brunswick
D. Halifax, Nova Scotia

20. What is the symbol of Remembrance Day?
A. Red Rose
B. Red Poppy
C. Red Lily
D. Red Daisy



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