Chapter: Canadian Symbols - Quiz 03

The Canadian citizenship exam encompasses 20 questions that have to be answered in 30 minutes. It is computer-based, and it’s in English or French. The test questions have multiple choices format. For you to pass the test, you must get at least 75% of the answers correct.
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What honorary system did Canada begin using in 1967 to honor Canadian citizens?
Order of Canada.
Order of the British Empire.
Order of the Crown.
Order of the British Empire.

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Who was the first Governor-General of Asian origin?
Adrienne Clarkson.
Lord Stanley.
Lieutenant Hampton Robert Gray.
Able Seaman William.

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Since 1854, how many Canadians have received the Victoria Cross award?
Ninety-six.
One hundred and fifty.
Fifty-five.
Three hundred and thirty.

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What is celebrated on November 20th?
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Day.
Remembrance Day.
Victoria Day.
Vimy Day.

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Curling was introduced into Canada by immigrants from what country?
Scotland
Sweden
Norway
Iceland

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The Royal Anthem of Canada begins with what words?
God save our gracious Queen.
Happy and glorious.
God save the Queen.
Long to reign over us.

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What animal is the official Canadian symbol?
The beaver.
Deer.
Polar bear.
Leopard.

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Which among the following statements is FALSE regarding the Maple Leaf Symbol?
It appears on the Union Jack flag.
It was adopted by French Canadians as a symbol in the 1700s.
It appears on the headstones of fallen servicemen both in Canada and overseas.
It has appeared on the uniforms of Canada since the 1850s.

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In which year was the Canadian National Anthem proclaimed?
1980
1921
1867
1802

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Which among the following best describes the Canadian flag?
It features a red and white pattern with a maple leaf at the center.
It only features a white and red stripe.
It has a white and red pattern and a star center.
It has a white, red pattern with a beaver at the center.

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Eligibility

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Language skills

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Documents requirements

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The study guide

The study guide is divided into ten chapters. The ten chapters include modern Canada, the history of Canada, the rights of Canadian citizens, Canadian Federal elections, the Canadian justice system, and much more. The Canadian immigration site is user-friendly, and they are willing to answer any questions aspiring future Canadian citizens have.