Canadian Citizenship Preparation Test 18

How to pass Canadian Citizenship Test

1. What is Habeas Corpus?
A. It is the right to challenge unlawful detention by the state, and it comes from English common law.
B. It is the right to challenge unlawful detention by the state, and it comes from English civil law.
C. It is the right to challenge unlawful detention by the state, and it comes from British common law.
D. It is the right to challenge lawful detention by the state, and it comes from English common law.

2. When do you know the election result?
A. Immediately after the polling stations close, election officers count the ballots and the results are announced through mailing a letter to all.
B. Immediately after the polling stations close, election officers count the ballots and the results are announced on radio and television, and in the newspapers.
C. Immediately after the polling stations close, election officers count the ballots and the results are announced in the newspapers only.
D. Immediately after the polling stations close, election officers count the ballots and the results are announced next day on radio and television, and in the newspapers.



3. When did Manitoba and Northwest Territories join into the Dominion?
A. 1870
B. 1873
C. 1898
D. 1949

4. What is the meaning of 'the world's largest undefended border'?
A. Every year, only few of Canadians and Americans cross the border in safety manner.
B. Every year, millions of Canadians and Americans cross the border in dangerous manner.
C. Every year, millions of Canadians and Americans cross the border in safety manner.
D. Every year, millions of Canadians cross the US border in safety manner, but not Americans.

5. Who are the Black Loyalists?
A. Black Loyalists are escaped slaves and freed men of African origin who in the 1780s fled to Canada from America.
B. Black Loyalists are escaped slaves, freed men and women of African origin who in the 1760s fled to Canada from America.
C. Black Loyalists are freed men of African origin who in the 1780s fled to Canada from America.
D. Black Loyalists are escaped slaves, freed men and women of African origin who in the 1780s fled to Canada from America.

6. Who gave the women the right to vote in federal elections in 1917?
A. Dr. Emily Stowe
B. Sir Robert Borden
C. Sir John A. Macdonald
D. Agnes Macphail

7. How many people are Francophone?
A. 5 millions
B. 7 millions
C. 13 millions
D. 18 millions

8. Who was the first member of the Canadian Corps not born in the British Empire to be awarded the Victoria Cross?
A. Lieutenant Alexander Roberts Dunn
B. Captain Billy Bishop
C. Corporal Filip Konowal,
D. Lieutenant Robert Hampton Gray,

9. What is the symbol of Canadian Pacific Railway?
A. Proud
B. Technology
C. Peace
D. Unity

10. Whose face is on $5 bill?
A. King George V
B. Sir John A. Macdonald
C. Sir Wilfrid Laurier
D. Sir Leonard Tilley

11. When was La Francophonie established?
A. 1950
B. 1960
C. 1970
D. 1980

12. Who is the founder of women's suffrage movement?
A. Agnes Macphail
B. Laura Secord
C. Chantal Petitclerc
D. Dr. Emily Stowe

13. Who was the commander of France in the Battle of the Plains in 1759?
A. Brigadier James Wolfe
B. Marquis de Montcalm
C. Pierre de Monts
D. Samuel de Champlain

14. When is Sir Wilfrid Laurier Day?
A. January 11
B. April 9
C. November 11
D. November 20

15. Who has the responsibilities of First Nations reserves?
A. Band chiefs only.
B. Councillors only.
C. Band chiefs and councillors.
D. No one.

16. More than half people in Canada live in which region?
A. Central Canada
B. Atlantic Provinces
C. West Coast
D. Prairie Provinces

17. Who were the investors of Canadian Pacific Railway?
A. European and Chinese investors.
B. British and American investors.
C. British and European investors.
D. European and American investors.

18. Who is Canada's largest international trading partner?
A. Japan
B. Mexico
C. China
D. United States

19. The armed rebellions were defeated by ______.
A. French troops and Canadian volunteers.
B. British troops and Canadian volunteers.
C. European troops and Canadian volunteers.
D. Canadian troops and British volunteers.

20. What is NORAD stand for?
A. North African Aerospace Defence Command
B. North American Aerospace Defence Commander
C. North America Aerospace Defence Command
D. North American Aerospace Defence Command



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