Practice Test No.14



1. What are Anglophones generally referred to as?


2. Who was a key architect of Confederation, came from Quebec, was a railway lawyer and a close ally of Sir john A. Macdonald?


3. Which country invaded Canada in June 1812?


4. Who chose Ottawa as the Capital of Canada?


5. In 1985 who circled the globe in a wheelchair to raise funds for spinal chord research?


6. When was the latest design of the Canadian flag, raised for the first time in Canada?


7. What is Canada’s official, national motto?


8. Which is NOT an example of a Canadian, Legal Court?


9. What is the role of Opposition Parties?


10. In the second world war, which beach was captured by the Canadians on D-Day?


11. What are the three key facts about Canada’s system of Government?


12. Which two provinces neighbour Saskatchewan?


13. What does the Voter Information Card contain?


14. What are the two official languages of Canada?


15. In which year were Aboriginal people granted the right to vote?


16. What is the first line of Canada’s Royal Anthem?


17. Which country is Canada’s largest trading partner?


18. When did the First World War end?


19. The French and Aboriginal peoples collaborated to trade which product?


20. This province is the oldest colony of the British Empire and has its own time zone.


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