Citizenship Quiz – Test

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Please click the next button to start the quiz. You will have 30 minutes to answer 20 questions.

1.

What are the three levels of government in Canada?

2.

What meaning does the Quebec Act of 1774 have for Canada today?

3.

The St. Lawrence River is the major river in:

4.

When do we celebrate Canada Day and why?

5.

How many soldiers have given their lives for Canada in all wars up to present day?

6.

What is the origin of the word ‘Canada’?

7.

What are the names of the main Aboriginal groups in Canada:

8.

Which political party is the ruling party at the federal level?

9.

The three parts of Parliament are:

10.

Alberta has more _________ than any other province or territory.

11.

Around the world, this Canadian province is known for its wheat production. Which province is this?

12.

The Central Canada province(s) and their capital cities are:

13.

True or false: Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Alberta were the first four provinces to join Confederation. 

14.

In the ______ French settlers established the first permanent communities along the St. Lawrence River.

15.

Who is the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta?

16.

In 1905, which province(s) and/or territories joined Confederation:

17.

What are three responsibilities that fall under the provincial/territorial government’s mandate?

18.

True or false: the last province to join confederation was Newfoundland in 1949. 

19.

The mountain range located between Alberta and British Columbia is called:

20.

True or false: Quebec’s forestry, energy and mining industries depend greatly on the resources found in the Atlantic Ocean.