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.

Why is British Columbia considered Canada’s Pacific gateway?

2.

The largest province is:

3.

In what city are the Parliament buildings located?

4.

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

5.

In Canada, the three main types of industry are:

6.

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

7.

In which region does more than half the population of Canada reside?

8.

True or false: the descendants of First Nations women and English and French traders are Métis. 

9.

 Nunavut became a territory on:

10.

True or false: Alberta is the biggest producer of hydroelectricity, pulp and paper.

11.

Where are the Great Lakes located?

12.

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

13.

True or false: the last province to join confederation was Newfoundland in 1949. 

14.

Around the world, this Canadian province is known for its wheat production. Which province is this?

15.

The Queen’s representative in Canada is:

16.

The territories and their capital cities are

17.

One-third of all Canadians live in this province:

18.

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

19.

There are __ provinces and __ territories in Canada.

20.

Who is the Premier of Alberta now?