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: Quebec is known for its fruit orchards and wines coming from the Okanagan region.

2.

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

3.

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

4.

What meaning does the Quebec Act of 1774 have for Canada today?

5.

What Act made Confederation official? When did it take place?

6.

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

7.

True or false: the West Coast region is considered the manufacturing and industrial heartland of Canada.

8.

Which three oceans border Canada:

9.

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

10.

Where are the Great Lakes located?

11.

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

12.

The most valuable forestry industry in Canada is found in:

13.

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

14.

What is the origin of the word ‘Canada’?

15.

What provinces are located in the Prairie Region?

16.

The only Canadian territory which shares a border with another country is:

17.

Why is British Columbia considered Canada’s Pacific gateway?

18.

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

19.

The _________Region covers more than one-third of Canada’s land mass.

20.

To expand trading, the Aboriginal people and fur traders traveled mainly by: