To obtain your Canadian citizenship, you will have to take an exam in which you will be asked a series of multiple-choice questions and answers. To practice, we have extracted over a hundred questions in the different spheres.
The exam allows authorities to verify your knowledge of Canada. You will be asked to answer questions about the rights and responsibilities of Canadians and the following aspects of Canada:
- his history
- its geography
- its economy
- his government
- its laws
- its symbols
Here are 11 questions taken at random from 117 questions
1. Why do the Aboriginal peoples of Canada seek self-government?
To separate from Canada
They try to regain control over decisions that affect them and run their own affairs.
To form more provinces
To obtain better parliamentary representation
2. What type of trade, important to our economy for over 300 years, has spread across Canada?
Trade in Hudson Bay
The mining trade
The fur trade
The ice cream trade
Confederation and government
3. What is the Canadian constitution?
A set of laws and conventions by which our country is governed
The laws that govern the provinces.
Laws Governing the Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories
Municipal or local laws
Rights and responsibilities
4. What is promised by taking the Oath of Citizenship?
Allegiance to the Queen, observe Canadian laws and perform the duties of a Canadian
To be faithful to the Queen
To respect Canadian laws
To assume their responsibilities as a Canadian citizen
5. Where do most French-speaking Canadians live?
In Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island
6. What are the first two lines of the Canadian national anthem?
O Canada! Land of our ancestors, Your forehead is surrounded by glorious jewels!
O Canada! Province of our ancestors, Your forehead is surrounded by glorious jewels
O Canada! Your story is an epic, O Canada, Will protect our homes and our rights
Will protect our homes and our rights
7. Which is the smallest Canadian province by area?
Prince Edward Island
Newfoundland and Labrador
8. Which region is known as the industrial and manufacturing heart of Canada?
The West Coast
9. Name two responsibilities of the federal government.
Defense of national territory and firefighting
Defense of national territory and foreign policy
Citizenship and highways
Recycling and education
10. Which party becomes the official opposition?
The unelected party with the most MPs
The party with the fewest votes
Any independent candidate
The party chosen by the Prime Minister
Questions about your region
11. What is the name of the Lieutenant Governor of Quebec?
J. Michel Doyon