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Citizenship Preparation test

Canada Citizenship Practice Test - 13

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Which art from The Northern Territories is sold throughout Canada and around the world?

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When is Fête nationale (Quebec)?

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Canada is often referred to as a _______.

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When is Easter Monday?

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If you cannot pay for a lawyer ____.

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The border between these two countries is known as “the world’s longest undefended border.”

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The largest group of people who live and work here are 

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The Northern Territories contain ____of Canada’s landmass.

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The soil in the North is permanently frozen due to the cold Arctic climate.

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Elections results can be seen on the website.

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When is Canada Day?

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Which region is often referred to as the “Land of the Midnight Sun”?

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You will be invited to go to the poll officials to mark your ballot in front of them.

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Who invented the telephone?

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Much of the North is made up of ___.

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When is Vimy Day?

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Who invented the electric light bulb?

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The poll official will give your ballot back to you to deposit in the ballot box without tearing off the ballot number.

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Who invented the worldwide system of standard time zones?

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In Canada, you can not question the police about their service or conduct ever.

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The _____ territories have long cold winters and short cool summers.

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The members of the legislature are called ____.

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What is the source of living for people in the North?

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Who has a similar role in the province as that of the PM in the federal government?

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Since the 1970s, most immigrants have come from South Asian countries.

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When is Victoria Day?

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Who can help you with legal problems and act on behalf of you in a judicial forum?

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In the North, the darkness lasts up to ____months in winter.

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Who invented the radio?

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In the North, daylight can last up to ___ hours in summer.

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Who invented the snowmobile?

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In which region gold, lead, copper, diamond, and zinc mines are found?

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“By-laws” that affects only the local community are passed by _____.

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What do you mark next to the name of the candidate of your choice on the ballot?

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The population of The Northern Territories is only ____.

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