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. Who was the first Prime Minister of Canada? Sir Ronald McDonald Sir Wilfrid Laurier Sir John A. MacDonald Sir Robert Borden2. The Mayor of Calgary is: Andre Chabot Naheed Nenshi Bill Smith Curtis Olson3. The capital city of Alberta is: Calgary Regina Edmonton Red Deer4. Which political party is the ruling party at the federal level? Liberal Party Conservative Party Bloc Quebecois New Democratic Party5. The _________Region covers more than one-third of Canada’s land mass. The North Central Canada The West Coast Prairie Provinces6. The Central Canada province(s) and their capital cities are: Ontario (Toronto), Quebec (Montreal) Ontario (Ottawa), Quebec (Quebec City) Ontario (Toronto), Quebec (Quebec City) Ontario (Toronto)7. Most Francophone Canadians reside in Quebec Ontario New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador8. What are three responsibilities that fall under the municipal government’s mandate? Education, Citizenship, Health Care Health Care, Education, Recycling Programs Snow Removal, Firefighting, Recycling Programs Education, Recycling Programs, Policing9. The three parts of Parliament are: The Upper House, the Senate and the Prime Minister The House of Commons, the Cabinet and the Senate The Queen, the Prime Minister and the House of Commons The Queen, the House of Commons and the Senate10. Canada’s Head of State is: The Prime Minister The Sovereign The Governor General The Lieutenant General11. Which trade was most important to Canada’s economy for over 300 years? Beer trade Agriculture Fur trade Fishing12. The mountain range located between Alberta and British Columbia is called: Appalachian Mountains Canadian Shield Coastal Mountains Canadian Rockies13. What are the three levels of government in Canada? Federal, Municipal, Communal Federal, Provincial or Territorial, Local (Municipal) Municipal, Provincial or Territorial, Governmental Head of State, Head of Government and Governor-General14. The first Prime Minister of Canada was: Sir John A. MacDonald Ronald McDonald Pierre Trudeau Jean Chretien15. The largest province is: Ontario Quebec Manitoba Alberta16. 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 citizens17. The Prime Minister of Canada is: Sir Ronald McDonald Justin Trudeau Stephen Harper Jean Chrétien18. What is a law called before it actually becomes a law? Bill By-law Edict Charter19. What is the origin of the word ‘Canada’? It comes from the Huron-Iroquois word ‘kanata’ meaning settlement or village From the Inuit term meaning settlement Jacques Cartier thought of this random word which has no meaning From the Métis word meaning ‘land of the beaver’20. When did Canada become a country? July 1, 1867 April 1, 1967 July 1, 1905 April 1, 1767Time is Up!