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.

What are members of the Senate called and how are they chosen?

2.

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

3.

True or false: Alberta is the biggest producer of hydroelectricity, pulp and paper.

4.

How many seats does the Senate have?

5.

Canada’s Head of State is:

6.

The three parts of Parliament are:

7.

Members of Parliament (MPs) represent:

8.

Where are the Great Lakes located?

9.

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

10.

The most valuable forestry industry in Canada is found in:

11.

True or false: the descendants of First Nations women and English and French traders are Métis. 

12.

Which three oceans border Canada:

13.

The largest province is:

14.

The mineral rich rock formation in the northern part of Central Canada is called:

15.

When did Canada become a country?

16.

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

17.

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

18.

Who is the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta?

19.

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

20.

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