Free Practice Tests by sobiakifayat2020 | Dec 18, 2022 | 0 comments Welcome to Free Practice Test please click NEXT to start the quiz. 1. Today, there are three major political parties currently represented in the House of Commons: The Conservative party, The Democrats and The Feminist Party The Officers Party The Workers Party The Liberals Party 2. Canada is governed by an organized system of laws. These laws are the written rules intended to guide people in our society. They are made by Prime Minister Elected Representatives Police Governor 3. Which of the following are Canadian musicians? Sir Ernest McMillan Both A & B Healy Willan Michael Ondaatje 4. Federal Elections must be held on the Third Monday of October every four years following recent election First Monday of October every three years following the recent election Second Monday of August every four years following the recent election Fourth Monday of September every fifth years following recent election 5. During the war between Britain and France in 1755 and 1763, more than two-thirds of the Acadians were deported from their homeland. This period is known as the Great Movement Great Upheaval Great Fall back Great Deportation 6. Who is the leader of the Legislatures for all the provinces? Queen Governor Generals Lieutenant Governors Premier 7. Under Oath of Citizenship in Canada, To which person do the Canadian Citizens swear Allegiance? Governor General Premier Prime Minister Sovereign 8. The Constitution of Canada was amended to entrench which Canadian Charter in 1982? Canadian Charter of Crime and Punishment Canadian Charter of National Allegiance Canadian Charter of Citizen's Responsibility Canadian Charter of Right and Freedom 9. Which part of Canada did Vikings reach first? Quebec Ontario Newfoundland and Labrador Yukon 10. If the party in power holds at least half of the seats in the house of Commons, that party is referred to as, None of these Majority Government Minority Government Neutral Government 11. Which of the following sports have the most registered players in Canada? Cricket Golf Basketball Soccer 12. To become a part of Canada, what is the age limit for a person that must have adequate knowledge of French and English? 14 - 84 12 - 75 16 - 62 18 - 54 13. How many provincial parks does British Columbia have? 600 900 700 800 14. Canada’s Institutions uphold a commitment in the British North America act 1867 about Peace, order and Good Government Good Agriculture Wide Population Armed Forces Power 15. Which of the following has the role to settle disputes, disagreements or conflicts? The United Nation The Municipal The Court The Elder Citizen 16. “Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the Rule of Law”. This phrase underlines the importance of Both A & B Religious Tradition Dignity and Worth of Human Person None of These 17. According to Government which of the following is above the law? Governor General Nobody Prime Minister Queen 18. What had been the colors of France and England since the Middle Ages and the national colors of Canada since 1921? White and Purple Red and White Red and Black Blue and Red 19. Victoria Day is celebrated on the Tuesday preceding May 25 Monday preceding May 25 Wednesday preceding June 25 Thursday preceding July 25 20. Which of the following was the first-ever province to move towards abolition of slavery in 1793? United States Lower Canada Upper Canada Newfoundland 21. Which of the following is a part of the Canadian Forces Reserve (militia)? Canadian Army Canadian Police Canadian Doctors Canadian Rangers 22. Which of the following is Canada’s best-known contribution to visual arts? The Group of Nine The Group of Eleven The Group of Eight The Group of Seven 23. Canadian Government ensures that your vote remains Closed Not Registered None Secret 24. Inuit people live across the Arctic North South Prairie 25. Mobility rights states Both A & B That Canadians can enter and leave the country freely That Canadians can live and work anywhere they want That Canadians cannot live and work freely in the country 26. How many lakes are located between Ontario and the United States? 4 5 7 6 27. The Constitution of Canada was amended in which year? 1997 1982 1947 1980 28. Who are regulated by the Laws in Canada? None of Them Both A & B Governments Individuals 29. Since 1970, Immigrants are most likely to be come from Korea Asia Africa Antarctica 30. Which one of the following is not a source of the Law present in Canada? Law Passed by Parliament French Civil Code English Common Law US Federal Law 31. Immigrants between the ages of 18 and 54 must have adequate knowledge of English French Metis Both A & C 32. To become a part of Canada, what is the age limit for a person that must have adequate knowledge of French and English? 14 - 84 18 - 54 12 - 75 16 - 62 33. After the election, the Governor-General will ask which party to form the Government? Randomly Party with greater seats Party with less seats The party Queen suggested 34. Most of the Metis people live in Ontario Northern territories Prairie province Quebec 35. What benefits did the Quebec act 1774 give to the Catholic people? They can rule the British Empire Both A & C They can hold the Public Offices Religious Freedom 36. Together with Canadian law that was inherited from the past, Canada also has an 800 years old tradition of ordered liberty, which dates back to the signing of There was no Signing Magna Carter Fleur-de-lys Charter of Independence 37. According to law, which of the following gives a person the right to challenge unlawful detention by the state and imprisonment Civil Law Parliament Law Habeas Corpus Magna Carter 38. Every Citizen’s legal rights must be respected by the Canadian Government Never During Elections Under some circumstance At all times 39. Immigrants between the ages of 18 and 54 must have adequate knowledge of Both A & C English Metis French 40. Canada is which largest country in the world? Fourth First Third Second 41. What right does Canada give to Gay and Lesbians as compared to Heterosexual people in Canada? Equal Rights None of above Equal Rights under some circumstances Not Equal Rights 42. How old is the tradition of ordered liberty that Canada contains? 800 1000 700 900 43. An Electoral District is a geographical area represented by a Prime Minister None of these Member of the Parliament Governor 44. Through Habeas Corpus, a person can challenge unlawful detention by the state. It is derived from which Law? French Common Law English Common Law Italian Common Law German Common Law 45. Which part of the Parliament has members appointed by the Governor-General and serves until the age of 75? The Senate The House of Lords The Governor's House The House of Commons 46. O Canada, the national anthem was first sung in Ontario Vancouver Newfoundland Quebec City 47. Who is Canada’s representative? The People The Armed Forces The sovereign The Governor General 48. Which of the following is not a part of the Parliament? House of Commons Sovereign Lieutenant Governors Senate 49. How many American invaders did Lieutenant-Colonel Charles de Salaberry and 460 soldiers, mostly French Canadians, manage to turn back at Châteauguay, south of Montreal in 1813? 7000 4000 6000 5000 50. From 1914 to 1920, Ottawa interned over 8,000 former Austro-Hungarian subjects as “enemy aliens” in 24 labor camps across Canada, which mainly contained French men Ukrainian men German men American men Time is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.