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. Most Francophone Canadians reside in Quebec Ontario New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador2. The population of Canada is estimated to be around: 29 million 40 million 34 million 45 million3. The largest city in Alberta is: Edmonton Regina Calgary Lethbridge4. How many seats does the Senate have? 105 95 120 685. The largest province is: Ontario Quebec Manitoba Alberta6. The capital of Canada is: Toronto Calgary Ottawa Montreal7. 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 represent8. Nunavut became a territory on: April 1, 2002 July 1, 1997 July 1, 2005 April 1, 19999. 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 Defence10. The Acadians were: A group of Canadian who liked to drink beer The descendants of French colonists that settled in what is now the Maritime Provinces A group of Aboriginal peoples in Acadia British settlers from the United States11. What are three responsibilities that fall under the provincial/territorial government’s mandate? Education, Health Care, Highways Education, Policing, Snow Removal Policing, Recycling Programs, Firefighting Snow Removal, Education, Health Care12. Which trade was most important to Canada’s economy for over 300 years? Beer trade Agriculture Fur trade Fishing13. The _________Region covers more than one-third of Canada’s land mass. The North Central Canada The West Coast Prairie Provinces14. What are members of the Senate called and how are they chosen? Members of Senate. Appointed on the advice of the Governor General Parliament Senators. Chosen by the Queen Senators. Appointed on the advice of the Prime Minister Senators. Elected by Canadian citizens15. What is the process a bill undergoes to become a law? The Queen proposes a bill, the Governor General approves it and it becomes law The Bill must be approved by majority vote in the House of Commons and Senate and finally the Governor General gives royal assent Canadian Citizens propose a bill, it is debated in the House of Commons and it must be approved by the Governor General The Bill must be approved by majority vote in the House of Commons and it must have final approval by the Governor General16. The Queen’s representative in Canada is: The Lieutenant Governor The Commissioner The Governor General The Prime Minister17. The ruling party in Alberta is: United Conservative Party New Democratic Party Alberta Liberal Party Alberta Party18. The territories and their capital cities are Northwest Territories (Yellowknife), Yukon ( Whitehorse) Yukon (Yellowknife), Northwest Territories ( Whitehorse) Yukon (Whitehorse), Northwest Territories (Yellowknife), Nunavut (Iqaluit) Nunavut (Yellowknife), Northwest Territories (Whitehorse), Yukon (Yellowknife)19. The only Canadian territory which shares a border with another country is: Northwest Territories Nunavut Yukon Newfoundland20. To expand trading, the Aboriginal people and fur traders traveled mainly by: Waterways Roads Flying carriages RailwayTime is Up!