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Canada Citizenship Practice test

Canada Citizenship Practice Test - 1

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Who along with Aboriginals laid the foundation of Canada in the first 200 years?

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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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When was the capital city of Canada chosen?

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

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Canada-United States boundary lies on which side of Canada?

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

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What was the source of living for native people?

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What is Canada’s system of government?

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Who were the first people to live in Canada?

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

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In which year did John Cabot set foot on Newfoundland?

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The red-white-red pattern comes from the flag of the _____, founded in 1876.

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Which is our official Royal Flag? 

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Canada has ___ distinct regions.

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Canada is known around the world as _____

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How many territories does Canada have?

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How big is Canada?

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What is the capital of Canada?

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Who was the first European to explore the St. Lawrence River?

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

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

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Who has been the Queen of Canada since 1952?

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When was the first time a new Canadian flag was raised?

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With the arrival of Europeans, a large number of aboriginals died due to diseases.

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Who is the only constitutional monarchy in North America?

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Who changed Native people’s lives forever?

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What are the national colours of Canada?

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Who was the first person to draw a map of Canada’s East Coast?

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The Crown has been a symbol of the state in Canada for ___ years?

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

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Which Canadian symbol symbolizes the government, including Parliament, the legislatures, the courts, police services, and the Canadian Forces?

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Which book is recommended for the Citizenship test by IRCC?

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The three bordering oceans of Canada are ___.

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

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When do the Federal elections take place?

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How many provinces does Canada have?

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

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

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Ottawa is Canada’s ____ largest metropolitan area.

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Canada is the _____largest country in the world.

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The constitutional document of 1867 is known as 

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Europeans when first discovered Canada, they thought they reached the East Indies and started calling the people Indians.

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Why was warfare common among aboriginal people?

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

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