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Hello, what are the best and free iPad Citizenship tests?

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Originally posted by JaxxRussell JaxxRussell wrote:

Hello, what are the best and free iPad Citizenship tests?

 
    just read the book carefully if possible listen audio while reading online Discover Canada and pay attention to pictures and captions also questions are from there too and just practice the free tests available online too. Questions could be tricky as well  so memorising the book is very important.this is my experience. I recently passed the test 20/20.
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Discover Canada 100 Questions

 

1) Which two fundamental freedoms are protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Freedom of belief and freedom of religion.

2) In what year did Canada become a country? 1867.

3) What is the most popular spectator sport of Canada? Hockey.

4) What happens when the federal government loses a confidence vote? An election is called.

5) How are Members of Parliament chosen? Elected by Canadian citizens.

6) Who has the right to run as a candidate in federal elections? Any Canadian citizen who is at least 18 years old.

7) If you cannot pay for a lawyer, how can you get legal help? Go to legal aid services in most communities.

8) What is a responsible government? The government must resign if it loses a confidence vote in the assembly.

9) What form of transportation did Aboriginal peoples and fur traders use? Railway.

10) What is the Canadian Constitution? A system of laws and conventions which our country governs itself by.

11) What is the name of the Prime Minister of Canada? Stephen Harper

12) In the Canadian justice system, what are the roles of the courts and the police? The courts settle disputes and the police enforce the laws.

13) Which province is Canada's largest producer of hydroelectricity? Quebec.

14) What are the provinces of Central Canada? A. Ontario and Quebec.

15) What forms a jury? An impartial jury is made up of citizens.

16) Which group of Aboriginal peoples has the largest population in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut? First Nations.

17) Which province has the most valuable forest industry in Canada? British Columbia.

18) What does Register of Electors contain? List of all Canadian citizens who are qualified to vote in federal elections and referendums.

19) In which parts of Canada did the Aboriginal peoples first live? All regions.

20) Which four provinces first formed Confederation? Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.

21) Who are the people of mixed Aboriginal and European ancestry? Métis.

22) Which provinces are connected to Ontario by land? Manitoba and Quebec.

23) When did Canada establish its own honours system after using British honours for years? 1967.

24) Which two are Great Lakes? Huron and Erie.

25) What does a Member of Parliament do? He or she links Canadians to the federal government.

26) In Canada's justice system, what does "presumption of innocence" mean? Everyone is innocent until proven guilty.

27) Who are the Aboriginal peoples in Canada? The first inhabitants of Canada.

28) Which of the following partially resulted in the present-day Canada-U.S.A. border? The War of 1812.

29) What did the government do to make immigration to western Canada much easier? Completed the Canadian Pacific Railway.

30) Who discovered insulin? Sir Frederick Banteng and Charles Best.

31) For how long did the Hudson Bay Company control the northern lands? 300 years.

32) What is a Voter Information Card? A form that tells you where and when to vote.

33) Which two provinces produce more than three-quarters of Canadian manufactured goods? Ontario and Quebec.

34) What is written on an election ballot? The names of the candidates in your electoral district.

35) Where are the Great Lakes? Southern Ontario along the border between Canada and the United States.

36) What are three minerals still being mined in the territories today? Gold, lead and zinc.

37) What outcome and significance did War of 1812 have for Canada? Canada kept its independence from the United States.

38) Who were the United Empire Loyalists? Settlers from the United States during the American Revolution.

39) Which party is the official opposition party of Alberta? Wildrose Party

40) Which two provinces are on the Atlantic coast of Canada? Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.

41) Which was the first province in the British Empire to abolish slavery? Upper Canada.

42) When did the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms become part of the Constitution? 1982.

43) More than half of Canada's aeronautics and space industry are located in which province? Quebec.

44) Which animal is an official symbol of Canada? The beaver.

45) Who was the heroine to warn Lieutenant James Fitzgibbon of a planned American attack in 1813? Laura Secord.

46) Which province is Canada's leading wheat producer? Saskatchewan.

47) Which province is the biggest producer of metals in Canada? Ontario.

48) Who appoints the judges of the Supreme Court of Canada? The Governor General.

49) Who circled the globe in a wheelchair to raise funds for spinal cord research? Rick Hansen.

50) What is the highest honour available to Canadians? Victoria Cross.

51) When is Remembrance Day? November 11th every year.

52) Where do more than half of the people in Canada live? Central Canada.

53) What is a trial court sometimes called? The Court of Queen’s (or King's) Bench.

54) What is the name of the Governor General? David Johnston

55) What principle was Canada's constitution founded on? Peace, Order and Good Government.

56) What are the three parts of Parliament? The Queen, the House of Commons and the Senate.

57) Which province is known as the "Land of 100,000 Lakes"? Manitoba.

58) Why is the St. Lawrence Seaway important to Canada?  Shipping route to the Great Lakes.

59) What do you call the Queen's representative in the territories? Commissioner.

60) What is known as the effort by women to achieve the right to vote? The women's suffrage movement.

61) What are the regions of Canada? Atlantic, North, Central, Prairies and West Coast

62) What unique art form was developed by First Nations people on the West Coast? Totem poles.

63) Which legal documents protect the rights of Canadians with regards to the official languages? Canadian Constitution and Official Languages Act.

64) In which type of industry did most early European settlers work? Fur trading.

65) Where are the Parliament Buildings located? Ottawa.

66) What do the initials MP stand for in Canadian politics? Member of Parliament.

67) In what sorts of jobs do most Canadians work? Service

68) Who is the Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta? Donald Ethel

69) In World War II, in which aspect did Canada contribute more to Allied air effort than any other Commonwealth country? Trained 130,000 allied air crew.

70) When did the United Empire Loyalists come to Canada? Late 1700s.

71) What is the last line of Canada's national anthem? O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.

72) When was the Canadian Pacific Railway finished? Late 1800s.

73) Who was the first Prime Minister of Canada? Sir John A. Macdonald.

74) Why is the British North America Act important in Canadian history? It made Confederation legal.

75) Which province has the largest population? Ontario.

76) Which federal political party is in power? Conservative Party.

77) What is a ballot? A form for voting.

78) What happened to Quebecois in 2006? The House of Commons recognized in 2006 that the Quebecois form a nation within a united Canada.

79) Which region of Canada is known for its fertile agricultural land and energy resources? Prairie Provinces.

80) Which region covers more than one-third of Canada? Being able to live and work anywhere in Canada.

81) What does "mobility rights" mean? Being able to live and work anywhere in Canada.

82) How can you contact your Member of Parliament? Write a letter to the House of Commons.

83) When does a federal election have to be held under legislation passed by Parliament? Within 4 years of the most recent election.

84) Which country lies on Canada's southern border? United States of America.

85) How is the Prime Minister chosen? The leader of the party with the most elected Members of Parliament.

86) On what date did Nunavut become a territory April 1st, 1999

87) What is the benefit to be a volunteer to help others without pay? Volunteering is an excellent way to gain useful skills and develop friends and contacts.

88) Which province is in the region of the West Coast? British Columbia.

89) What part of the Constitution legally protects basic rights and freedoms of Canadians? The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

90) Where do the majority of Métis live in Canada? Prairie Provinces

91) Which region is known as the industrial and manufacturing heartland of Canada? Central Canada.

92) Who has the right to vote in a federal election? A Canadian citizen, at least 18 years old on voting day and on the voters' list.

93) How can a party in power be defeated in Parliament? If a majority of the MPs vote against a major government decision

94) What are the two official languages of Canada? English and French.

95) What party is the Official Opposition at the federal level? The New Democratic Party.

96) Who is Canada's Head of State? A hereditary Sovereign (Queen or King).

97) What are the provinces of the Atlantic region? Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.

98) In which period did Canada's economy and industry experience a boom? 1890s and early 1900s.

99) What do you mark on a federal election ballot? An "X".

100) which province is the only officially bilingual province? New Brunswick.

 



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How many Bands are required to clear CELPIP examfor canada citizenship?
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