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Massive Citizenship Exam

Massive Citizenship Practice Test - 2

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The rules of Provincial, territorial and municipal elections are the same as those for federal elections.

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Which language is the second most spoken at home, after English in two of Canada’s biggest cities?

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In order to become a Canadian citizen, you should have adequate knowledge of ______.

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Joy Kogawa, Michael Ondaatje, and Rohinton Mistry have diversified Canada’s literary experience.

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The Great Charter of Freedoms includes ____.

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Who is appointed by the Sovereign on the advice of the Prime Minister?

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How many years old citizens are eligible to vote?

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Who selects the Cabinet Ministers?

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What are the important Canadian values?

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What were the Québécois artists of modern abstract art called?

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Who chooses the ministers of the Crown in Canada?

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Who does the Lieutenant General represent in the province?

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Canada is best known for the Group of ____ in the visuals arts, founded in 1920.

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People who speak French as a first language are known as _____

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Who is there to help you in Canada?

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Who was the popular Governor-General of Canada(1935–40)?

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

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In Canada, we profess our loyalty to ______.

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Members of the House of Commons are also known as members of Parliament or MPs.

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What happens immediately after the polling stations close?

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When did the House of Commons recognize that the Quebecois form a nation within a united Canada?

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How many Vietnamese sought refuge in Canada during the Vietnam War in 1975?

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Senators appointed by the Governor General serve until the age of ___.

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_____ is a continuously-updated permanent database of eligible electors for federal elections in Canada.

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Which police is known as the National Police force?

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Which act guarantees French and English services in the federal government across Canada?

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A large percentage of Canada’s exports are ________.

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What you should bring to the polling station on election day?

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

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What do mobility rights mean?

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Parliament is comprised of ____.

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Which book is recommended for the Citizenship test by IRCC?

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Who is known as the head of government?

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Who started the “Marathon of Hope” to raise money for cancer research?

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What does ‘the Inuit’ mean?

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Poets and songwriters have hailed Canada as the

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The members of provincial and territorial legislatures are responsible for _____.

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Elections results can be seen on the website.

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

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How many steps are involved when a bill becomes a law?

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A proposed law that is introduced in either the House of Commons or the Senate is called ____.

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Sir Ernest MacMillan and Healey Willan were renowned ____.

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14. Canada does not tolerate spousal abuse, “honour killings,” female genital mutilation, forced marriage, or other gender-based violence.

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Which Oath do you take in Citizenship? 

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Who is appointed by the Governor General on the advice of the Prime Minister in the province?

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Between ____, the federal government placed many Aboriginal children in residential schools to educate and assimilate them into mainstream Canadian culture.

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Young people can learn discipline, responsibility, and skills by getting involved in the ____.

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Which other religions are growing in Canada?

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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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Serving in the military in Canada is _____.

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From the 1600s to the 20th century, the basic way of life in English-speaking areas was established by _____.

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Who does the Governor General represent in Canada?

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There are ___million English Canadians and __ million French speakers in the country.

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Which of the following statements is right?

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In becoming Canadian, newcomers are expected to embrace democratic principles such as _____.

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The members of Parliament elected by the people after every ___ years?

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In which year did Parliament establish the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism?

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When can you be added to the voters’ list?

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The constitutional document of 1867 is known as 

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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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Magna Carta(also known as the Great Charter of Freedoms) was signed in England in ____.

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Who is the only constitutional monarchy in North America?

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Who invented the worldwide system of standard time zones?

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The Grey Cup was donated by Lord Grey, the Governor General, in 1909.

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Terry Fox finished the “Marathon of Hope” and won his battle with cancer in 1980.

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Who challenges the governing party with the goal of improving legislation?

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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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Can someone watch you vote and look at how you voted?

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The people who run for Federal Elections in Canada are called____.

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Who invented the snowmobile?

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The largest group of people who live and work here are 

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You will be tested on two basic requirements for citizenship: 

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

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Canada is personified by the ______just as the _____is personified by Canada.

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Which international organizations have Canada joined?

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Who has a similar role as that of the Governor General?

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Who invented the BlackBerry, Research In Motion (RIM)?

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During the war between ___, more than two-thirds of the Acadians were deported from their homeland.

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What are the different types of police in Canada?

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Which of the following is the Federal government’s responsibility?

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Aboriginal people who are not Inuit or Métis refers to ____

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If a majority of the members of the House of Commons vote against a major government decision, the party in power is ____.

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The Chinese language is second most spoken at home in which 2 biggest cities in Canada and what by percentage?

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

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Cabinet ministers must _____________.

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An appeal court and a trial court in the province are called?

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Wayne Gretzky played for the _____ from 1979 to 1988 in hockey?

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Who notifies you when elections are called with your voting information?

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When was the second time Quebec sovereignty was defeated in a referendum?

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In 1960, Quebec experienced an era of rapid change known as _____.

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Who painted the forests and Aboriginal artifacts of the West Coast?

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One of the privileges of Canadian citizenship is the ___.

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Federal and Provincial and Territorial government has shared responsibilities for___________.

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Which government is responsible for Aboriginal Affairs?

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Who did Canada defend in the Korean War(1950–53)?

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Who became a world champion wheelchair racer and Paralympic gold medalist?

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Canadians work hard to respect _____.

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You can also question the police about their service or conduct ___.

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Is Canada part of the G8 group of leading industrialized countries?

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Who invented the Canadarm, a robotic arm?

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______ is an excellent way to gain useful skills and develop friends and contacts. 

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The blindfolded Lady Justice symbolizes blind to all _____.

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Can you advance polls during elections?

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In which situation can you ask for police help?

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The party in power that holds at least half of the seats in the House of Commons is called a majority government.

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Canadian citizens have rights and responsibilities that come to us from our history, are secured by Canadian law, and reflect our shared traditions, identity, and values.

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Canadians could learn from ____ while they cherish their own special loyalties and traditions.

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What is Canada’s system of government?

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Which of the following is considered a Matter of Confidence?

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What are the 3 branches of government?

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The Governor General is appointed by the Sovereign on the advice of the Prime Minister after how many years?

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Which country became a trading partner in 1994 in NAFTA?

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

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Who is appointed by the Governor General on the advice of the Prime Minister?

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Adult applicants 55 years of age and over do not need to write the citizenship test.

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The Sovereign plays an important role as the focus of _______ and allegiance.

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The Constitution of Canada was amended in ____ by ___.

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Who has major responsibilities on First Nations reserves?

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

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What is the eligibility to vote in a federal election?

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Who made discoveries about the human brain?

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The voters’ lists used during federal elections and referendums are produced by a neutral agency of Parliament called _____.

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French and English have equal status in Parliament and throughout the government.

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Canadian football is a popular game that is similar in a number of ways to American football.

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Who won the gold medal in speed skating at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games?

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Serving on a jury is a privilege that makes the justice system work as it depends on impartial juries made up of _____.

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Cabinet makes important decisions like 

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The federal government is responsible for

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

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How many MPs sit in the House of Commons elected by the citizens in each electoral district?

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Who is the Head of the Commonwealth?

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The Voter information card contains

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Who invented the telephone?

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Aboriginal people were granted the vote in 1960.

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Metis live in the Prairie provinces who are mixed of 

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The law in Canada applies to ____.

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Who is responsible for running the federal government departments?

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Who invented the radio?

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The members of the legislature are called ____.

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Who invented the pacemaker that saves people with heart disorders?

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No bill can become law in Canada until it has been passed by both chambers and has received royal assent, granted by the ______  on behalf of the _____.

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Who appoints the judges of the Supreme Court of Canada?

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How does Elections Canada notify you about your voting information when elections are called?

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  1. When called to do so, you are legally required to serve on a jury.

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Can voters re-elect the same members of the House of Commons?

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Gerhard Herzberg, John Polanyi, Sidney Altman, Richard E. Taylor, Michael Smith and Bertram Brockhouse were Nobel Prize-winning ______.

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Who is the officially bilingual province?

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What is the purpose of the law? 

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Canada constitutes 3 main regions

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The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms includes: 

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Citizenship responsibilities include:

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When do the Federal elections take place?

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Canada is known around the world as _____

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Who circled the globe in a wheelchair to raise funds for spinal cord research?

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Territorial rights were first guaranteed by _____ through the Royal Proclamation of 1763.

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Which artist developed modern Inuit art with etchings, prints, and soapstone sculptures?

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Who makes up the House of Commons in Canada?

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If you cannot pay for a lawyer ____.

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Which championship do teams in the Canadian Football League compete for?

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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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_____is a geographical area represented by a member of Parliament (MP).

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Who invented the electric light bulb?

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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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How many years old do Canadians secure the transition of ordered liberty?

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The following is the Citizenship Responsibilities:

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Who becomes the MP for the particular electoral district? 

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The idea of ____ gained new momentum, as a result of 19th- and 20th-century immigration.

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We could not maintain our standard of living without engaging in _____ with other nations?

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Can the Prime Minister call an earlier election?

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In which year a majority of Canadians were able to afford adequate food, shelter, and clothing?

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The Canadian government must respect all the legal rights a person is entitled to using ____.

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Who is our largest international trading partner?

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In which places did Canada take part in peacekeeping missions?

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Serving in the _____ is a noble way to contribute to Canada.

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Most of the French settlers in Quebec are from _____.

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Who enforces the laws?

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What number can you call if you do not receive a voter information card?

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Which language does Inuit speak?

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Who is above law?

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Our institutions uphold a commitment to_____ BNA.

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As long as the Prime Minister and the party in power have _____, they can run the government.

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The sources of Canadian law passed by Parliament and the provincial legislatures also includes which of the following:

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Which language does Métis speak?

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In the Canadian judicial system, which of the following statements is correct?

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If you do not receive a voter information card, who can you reach out to?

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Canadian forces include _____

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About what % Canadians work in service industries?

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Who represents the federal government in territorial regions?

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What is the eligibility to cast a ballot in a federal referendum?

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Europeans believed that ancestors of Aboriginal peoples 

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Half of First Nations people live on reserve land.

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Local or municipal government are generally responsible for

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Who is known as “the greatest living Canadian”?

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The descendants of French colonists are called _____.

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How many candidates can there be in an electoral district?

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The first line of The Oath of Citizenship is ____.

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Which is Canada’s national sport?

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The right to challenge unlawful detention by the state is known as _____.

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What is a symbol of Canadian sovereignty?

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Inuit people have a vast knowledge of ____ that enabled them to live across the Arctic.

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Who settles disputes in Canada?

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The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms begins with the words ______.

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As social values changed over more than 50 years, a growing number of ____ entered the professional workforce.

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In which Act the responsibilities of the federal and provincial governments were defined?

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Is Canada part of 53 Commonwealth nations?

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People who speak English as a first language are known as _____

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Who governs the country?

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What is the name of an international association of French-speaking countries that Canada founded in 1970?

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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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Canada is often referred to as a _______.

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Canada enjoys one of the highest standards of living by ___.

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Who keeps people safe in Canada? 

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The party in power that holds less than half of the seats in the House of Commons is called a minority government.

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When was the first time Quebec sovereignty was defeated in a referendum?

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Which court is the highest court in Canada?

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Both Governor General and Lieutenant Governor are appointed usually for 5 years on the advice of the Prime Minister.

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Who became a world record sprinter and double Olympic gold Medallist in 1996 at the Olympic Summer Games? 

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Aboriginal people are ___% First Nation, while __% Métis and ___% Inuit.

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The British North America Act is also known as the Constitution Act, 1867.

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Aboriginal languages and cultural practices in 1800 -1900 were mostly permitted.

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At which position does Canada stand in the world economy?

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Which of the following is the Provincial government’s responsibility?

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Those guilty of any gender-based violence are severely punished under Canada’s ___ laws.

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The great majority of Canadians are _____.

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What are the types of governments in Canada?

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What discovery in Alberta in 1947 began Canada's modern energy industry?

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What plays an essential role in punishing criminals and deterring crime?

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You need to tell the union representative who you voted for.

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The opposition party with the most seats is called__.

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When was the U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agreement signed?

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How many years old citizen can run in a federal election?

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The term Aboriginal peoples refer to ____ distinct groups.

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Who discovered insulin that treats diabetes?

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The decisions made by the Cabinet can not be questioned by the members of the House of Commons.

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Who elects members of the House of Commons in Ottawa?

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Ottawa formally apologized to the residential schools' children in ____

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Electors whose information is in __________ will receive a voter information card.

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How many readings does a bill go through to become a law?

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What does a secret ballot mean?

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What are the three types of industries in Canada?

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Which are the three major political parties of Canada?

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Who won the goal referred to as “the goal heard around the world” in the Canada-Soviet Summit Series in 1972?

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The majority of Francophones live in the province of

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By the 1960s, ____ of Canadians had origins that were neither British nor French.

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Three founding peoples of Canada are 

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How many electoral districts are there in Canada?

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Old Age Security was planned in ___. 

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Which responsibilities are shared between the Federal and Provincial governments?

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The Canada and Quebec Pension Plans were introduced in ___.

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Provincial and Territorial government is responsible for

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Canada’s legal system includes

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Which game was invented by Canadian James Naismith in 1891?

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Canada's judicial system is founded on the presumption of guilt in criminal matters.

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Who is a prominent activist for gay and lesbian Canadians and won Olympic gold medallist?

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The Oath of Citizenship includes? 

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Who becomes the Prime Minister?

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Employment insurance was introduced by the Federal government in ___. 

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Who is known as the head of state?

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The federal government is required to provide services in _____

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

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It was known as the ____ when the Acadians survived and maintained their unique identity.

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