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.

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

2.

The capital of Canada is:

3.

Canada’s Head of State is:

4.

In what city are the Parliament buildings located?

5.

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

6.

The Canadian province with the smallest land size is:

7.

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

8.

What are three responsibilities that fall under the Federal government’s mandate?

9.

Members of Parliament (MPs) represent:

10.

The largest city in Alberta is:

11.

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

12.

In Canada, the three main types of industry are:

13.

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

14.

The St. Lawrence River is the major river in:

15.

What is a law called before it actually becomes a law?

16.

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

17.

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

18.

Where are the Great Lakes located?

19.

True or false: Vikings were the first people to inhabit Canada.

20.

The first Prime Minister of Canada was: