Could You Pass the Canadian Citizenship Test?

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About This Quiz

You don't have to know how to play hockey to become a Canadian citizen, but you do have to know about Canadian culture and history. In this quiz, we'll test your knowledge of the basics, then you'll be on your way to a life of Canadian hospitality.

The head of state in Canada is ______ ?

Queen Elizabeth II is still the head of state of Canada. That being said, they have their own parliamentary democracy.

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In Canada, winters are ______ ?

The winters in Canada are cold, but the summers are quite hot. That being said, Ontario's climate is mainly warm.

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What is the capital of Canada?

Ottawa is the capital of Canada. Ottawa is in the east of southern Ontario.

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The capital of Quebec province is _____ ?

Quebec City is the capital of Quebec province. It's the second largest province in Canada.

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The official language of Quebec is ______ ?

The official language of Quebec is French. The accent used is Québécois. The region is plentiful in natural resources.

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Canada has _____ provinces.

Canada has 10 provinces. These include: Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Manitoba, British Columbia, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Newfoundland and Labrador.

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The most populous city in Quebec province is ______ ?

Montreal is not the capital, but it is the most populous city in Quebec. The population is just roughly 8,000,000.

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Canada declared independence in ______ ?

Cananda declared independence in 1867. Today, this is known as Canada Day, on July 1st.

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British Columbia is to the _____ of the country.

British Columbia is located to the west of the country. It's the third most populous province.

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What is the capital of Nova Scotia?

Halifax is the capital of Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia is considered to be one of the Maritime Provinces of Canada.

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Which of the following is a Canadian national park?

All of the above are national parks in Canada. They're all located in British Columbia.

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Winnipeg is located in ______ ?

Winnipeg is both the capital and largest city in Manitoba province. Manitoba is known for its strong economy based on natural resources.

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Alberta is famous for ______ ?

Alberta is a key site for dinosaur fossils. It's actually one of the most important fossil sites in the world.

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Canada declared freedom from British Parliament​ with the _____ ?

The Canada Act was passed in 1982. It declared that British parliament would no longer intervene in Canadian decision-making.

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Alberta is home to ______ ?

Alberta province is the fourth largest. It's home to the capital city of Edmonton and the most populous city of Calgary.

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British Columbia is home to _____ ?

British Columbia is home to the capital city of Victoria, as well as Vancouver. The population is roughly 4.5 million.

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Canada has roughly over _____ people.

Canada has roughly over 33 million people. These people come from Canada's territories and provinces.

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Who is the current prime minister of Canada?

Justin Trudeau has been the PM of Canada since 2015. He is the 23rd prime minister in Canadian history.

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The largest island in Canada is _____ ?

Baffin Island is the largest island in Canada. It just so happens to be the 5th largest island in the world.

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What is poutine?

Poutine is considered the national dish by some. It's a Québécois meal consisting of fries, cheese curds and brown gravy.

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Canada is home to the largest ______ island in the world.

Canada is home to the largest freshwater island in the world. It's named Manitoulin Island, and it's located in Lake Huron.

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Canada is home to the world's largest _____ complex.

Canada is home to the world's largest shopping and entertainment complex. It's the West Edmonton Mall.

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Most of Canada's national parks are in ______ ?

Most of the national parks in Canada are located in British Columbia. That's why it's a popular destination for tourism.

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_____ was invented in Canada.

Basketball was actually invented by a Canadian. His name was Dr. James Naismith. The first game of basketball was played in 1891.

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The national motto of Canada is ______ .

The national motto of Canada is 'A Mari Usque Ad Mare.' This translates to 'From Sea to Sea.'

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When finished with this quiz, grab a _______ .

These are all popular chocolate bars in Canada. The Mr. Big bar is made by Cadbury in Canada.

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The largest province of Canada is ______ ?

Ontario is the largest province in Canada. Ontario borders the United States.

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Canada's largest mountain is Mount _____ .

Mount Logan is the tallest mountain in Canada. It can also be said to be the largest mountain on earth in terms of its overall land area.

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The first living peoples were ______ ?

The first native peoples of Canada were Aboriginals. Canadians are proud of their Aboriginal origins.

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Ontario was home to many Scottish, Irish and _____ immigrants.

The bulk of those who immigrated to Ontario were Scottish, Irish and French. The population is nearly 13,000,000.

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Canada was colonized by the ____ in the 15th century.

Canadians were colonized by both the French and the English in the 15th century. That is why it's a bilingual country today.

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What is the manufacturing capital of Canada?

Ontario has a strong economy. It's the manufacturing capital of the country.

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Canada is the _____ country in North America.

Canada is the largest country in North America. It has borders from the Atlantic Ocean to the Arctic Ocean.

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Canada is the largest producer of natural _______ in the world.

Canada is the largest producer of natural uranium in the world. It supplies 20-30% of the world's supply.

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Canada has the world's largest ______ museum.

Canada is home to the world's largest Olympic museum. The Olympic Hall of Fame is located in Calgary.

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