Practice Test No.13



1. Who appoints the Supreme Court Judges?


2. What is the name of the representative chamber, which is elected by the people?


3. What is the number of Victoria Crosses awarded in Canada since 1854?


4. In each General Election, voters must elect brand new members of the House of Commons.


5. Canada is a member of the G8 group of Countries.


6. When did Canada become a Constitutional Monarchy?


7. In 1921, who became Canada’s first female Member of Parliament?


8. What is the largest religious affiliation in Canada?


9. In the legislative process, which step is between the Third reading and Royal Assent?


10. Which canal in Ottawa was once a military waterway and is now a tourist attraction and winter skateway?


11. Which Province has a population of more than 12 million?


12. When did English settlement begin?


13. Which flag flew over Western Canada for over 200 years before Confederation?


14. Which Territory has a capital known as “the diamond capital of North America”?


15. Who defended the rights of the Canadiens, defeated an American military invasion of Quebec and supervised the loyalist migration to Nova Scotia & Quebec in 1782?


16. Who won a gold medal in speed skating at the 2002 Olympic winter games?


17. When is Sir John A. Macdonald day celebrated?


18. Where did Queen Elizabeth II proclaim the amended constitution in 1982?


19. Who founded and directed the Geographical Survey of Canada and has Canada’s tallest mountain named after him?


20. In which two Provinces do the RCMP not serve as Provincial Police?


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