Canadian Citizenship Practice Test

Canadian Citizenship Practice Test

In the actual test, you need to get at least 15 out of the 20 questions right to pass the test and become a Canadian citizen.

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1. Which province is the largest producer of hydroelectricity in Canada?

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2. The policy of multiculturalism in Canada was officially adopted in:

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3. Who is responsible for federal taxes in Canada?

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4. The economic boom caused by the Second World War led to the creation of which Canadian social policy?

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5. The Charter of Rights and Freedoms allows Canadians to move freely across provinces.

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6. The Aboriginal peoples of Canada include:

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7. The beaver is an official symbol of Canada.

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8. What is the highest mountain in Canada?

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9. Which province is known as the “Land of 100,000 Lakes”?

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10. Which Canadian city is considered the world’s polar bear capital?

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11. The main role of the Governor General is to:

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12. Canada is a member of the G7, a group of the world’s major industrialized democracies.

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13. The King has a ceremonial role in the Canadian government.

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14. Canada’s Head of State can also be the Head of the Church of England.

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15. What is the name of the Royal Anthem of Canada?

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16. The first woman to be appointed to the Canadian Senate was:

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17. Which region is known as the breadbasket of Canada?

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18. Canada is a federation.

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19. Canada’s economy is highly diversified, but which sector is the largest?

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20. Canada’s national anthem, “O Canada,” was officially adopted in 1980.