Citizenship Quiz – Test

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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.

Who was the first Prime Minister of Canada?

2.

The capital city of Alberta is:

3.

The last territory to join Canada was _______ in ________.

4.

Why is British Columbia considered Canada’s Pacific gateway?

5.

True or false: Quebec’s forestry, energy and mining industries depend greatly on the resources found in the Atlantic Ocean.

6.

How many seats does the Senate have?

7.

Before the Constitution Act of 1982:

8.

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

9.

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

10.

The __________ region is known for its fertile agricultural land and valuable energy sources.

11.

The Prairie Provinces and their capital cities are:

12.

Members of Parliament (MPs) represent:

13.

True or false:  The Queen’s representative in the provinces is the Governor Lieutenant

14.

The Federal Government’s representative in the territories is:

15.

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

16.

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

17.

In what city are the Parliament buildings located?

18.

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

19.

The three parts of Parliament are:

20.

What was the importance of D-Day during WWII?