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Final Citizenship Practice test

Canada Citizenship Practice Test - 15

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Which industry has played an important part in the country’s history and development?

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When was Nunavut established?

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English explorer Martin Iqaluit penetrated the uncharted Arctic for Queen Elizabeth I in 1576, Iqaluit was named after him. 

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The ____ Arch at Blaine symbolizes our close ties and common interests with the US.

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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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The Canadian Rangers travel by ____ in the winter and all-terrain vehicles in the summer from Resolute to the Magnetic North Pole.

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Which court deals with the cases involving small sums of money?

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What is inscribed on the Peace Arch monument?

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Who makes up the House of Commons in Canada?

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Cabinet makes important decisions like 

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What are the 3 branches of government?

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When is Easter Monday?

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Gay and lesbian Canadians enjoy equal treatment under the law, including ____.

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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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Who escaped slaves and freed men and women of African origin who in the 1780s fled to Canada from America? 

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Which is the popular ice game introduced by Scottish pioneers?

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Are the Canadian Rangers part of the Canadian Forces Reserves (militia)?

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What is Canada's most famous technological achievement in the field of robotics?

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Iqaluit was formerly known as Frobisher Bay.

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If you cannot pay for a lawyer ____.

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Which other religions are growing in Canada?

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Who keeps the flag flying in Canada’s Arctic?

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Which government is responsible for Aboriginal Affairs?

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What population in Nunavut is Inuit?

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Who made discoveries about the human brain?

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RCMP provides provincial policing in eight of Canada's provinces except ____.

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How many judges are there in the Supreme Court of Canada?

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Federal and Provincial and Territorial government has shared responsibilities for___________.

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Who appoints the judges of the Supreme Court of Canada?

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What is the official language of Nunavut?

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What is the first language in schools of Nunavut?

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In Canada, the state has traditionally partnered with faith communities _____.

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Who was the last Canadian to receive the V.C. to date?

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Who is known as “the greatest living Canadian”?

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Which is the popular game for hunters and a symbol of Canada’s North?

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