Citizenship Quiz – Test Welcome to your Citizenship Study Quizzes! The only official study guide for the citizenship test is Discover Canada: The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship. Other tools, like the Citizenship Quiz found on this website, are not created by the Government of Canada, and should be used at your own discretion. Please click the next button to start the quiz. You will have 30 minutes to answer 20 questions. 1. True or false: the only officially bilingual province is Quebec. True False2. Which three oceans border Canada: Pacific, Arctic, Atlantic Pacific, Antarctic, Atlantic Indian, Pacific, Arctic Pacific, Atlantic, Indian3. Who is the Premier of Alberta now? Alison Redford Rachel Notley Jason Kenney Dave Bronconnier4. Members of Parliament (MPs) represent: The people in their electoral districts as well as all Canadians Only the people that voted for them The people in the province they represent The people in the city they represent5. The Prime Minister of Canada is: Sir Ronald McDonald Justin Trudeau Stephen Harper Jean Chrétien6. In what city are the Parliament buildings located? Toronto Ottawa Montreal Quebec City7. The Queen’s representative in Canada is: The Lieutenant Governor The Commissioner The Governor General The Prime Minister8. When did Canada become a country? July 1, 1867 April 1, 1967 July 1, 1905 April 1, 17679. Canada is a _________ country. Dictatorial Federalist Democratic Communist10. Where are the Great Lakes located? Central Canada on the Canada-US border Prairie Provinces on the Canada-US border Atlantic Region on the Canada-US border The North Region on the border with Alaska11. What did the Canadian government do to facilitate the movement of people across the country from east to west? Built the Canadian Pacific Railway, completed in 1885 Gave people money to buy plane tickets Paid for travelling expenses for every adult travelling west Provided financial incentives for families to travel west12. What are the three branches of government? The Queen, the Governor General and the Prime Minister The Executive, Legislative and Judiciary The Senate, House of Commons and the Cabinet The Governor General and the Prime Minister13. True or false: Alberta is the biggest producer of hydroelectricity, pulp and paper. True False14. What are three responsibilities that fall under the Federal government’s mandate? Citizenship, Health Care, Foreign Policy National Defence, Health Care, Citizenship Foreign Policy, National Defence, Citizenship Policing, Education, National Defence15. The five regions of Canada are Atlantic Region, _________, _________, West Coast and _________. Ontario, Quebec, Prairie Provinces Central Canada, Centre West, The North Manufacturing Region, Agriculture Region, Oil and gas Region Central Canada, Prairie Provinces, The North16. True or false: Vikings were the first people to inhabit Canada. True False17. There are __ provinces and __ territories in Canada. 10 / 2 11 / 2 10 / 3 11 / 218. What does Confederation mean? What year did confederation take place in Canada? Communities joining together to form a province. In 1601 States joining together to form a federal state. In 1776 Confederation is a birthday party for countries. In 1967 Provinces joining together to form a new country. In 186719. True or false: Quebec is known for its fruit orchards and wines coming from the Okanagan region. True False20. One-third of all Canadians live in this province: Quebec Alberta Ontario TorontoTime is Up!