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.

British people from the United States who came after the American Revolution were called:

2.

Most Francophone Canadians reside in

3.

The five regions of Canada are Atlantic Region, _________, _________, West Coast and _________.

4.

The only Canadian territory which shares a border with another country is:

5.

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

6.

Canada is a _________ country.

7.

The Prairie Provinces and their capital cities are:

8.

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

9.

True or false: Canada’s Head of Government is the Governor General.

10.

What did the Canadian government do to facilitate the movement of people across the country from east to west?

11.

Where are the Great Lakes located?

12.

What made Confederation official and when?

13.

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

14.

The West Coast province(s) and its capital city is/are:

15.

What does Confederation mean? What year did confederation take place in Canada?

16.

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

17.

Which trade was most important to Canada’s economy for over 300 years?

18.

Canada’s system of government is called:

19.

True or false: the West Coast region is considered the manufacturing and industrial heartland of Canada.

20.

What are the three branches of government?