Chapter: The Justice System - Quiz 01

The Canadian citizenship test consists of 20 randomly chosen questions based on information contained in the Discover Canada handbook. You will have 30 minutes to complete your testing. You cannot bring anyone else with you to your test. If you refuse to bring your valid ID, you will not be able to take the test.

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Canada is governed by an organized system of laws, they are made by who?
The elected representatives.
The Prime Minister.
The Supreme Court of Canada.
The Sovereign.

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Which court handles matters involving the federal government?
The Federal Court of Canada.
The Court of Appeal.
The Supreme Court.
The Court of Queen’s Bench.

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What does the term due process mean?
Respecting every single legal right of an individual as he/she is entitled to under the law.
Respecting only a few rights of a person.
People are only entitled to certain rights and freedom under the law.
Not taking into account some legal rights of an individual.

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Which among the following doesn’t conform to Canada’s legal system?
Presumption of guilt until proven innocent.
All Canadians are guaranteed due process under the law.
Presumption of innocence until proven guilty.
Everyone is innocent until proven guilty.

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What options do you have if you need a legal expert but can’t afford one?
There are legal aid services available free of charge or at a relatively affordable cost.
You can borrow money from your local authority to pay for legal services.
You can contact your member of parliament for services.
You must handle things yourself.

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Which of the following is NOT true regarding lawyers and getting legal assistance?
If you can’t pay for a lawyer, then you have no chance of acquiring legal representation.
Attorneys can act for you in court.
If you can’t pay for a lawyer, there are numerous legal aid services for you.
Lawyers can help you with legal problems.

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Which among the following is NOT true about the Canadian police force?
Canadian citizens are not allowed to question the police about their conduct or services.
Nearly all Canadian police forces have a process through which you can air your concerns to the police and seek action.
The primary function of the police is to ensure the safety of the people and enforce the law.
You can seek the help of the police in all kinds of situations.

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What is the function of Canadian courts?
To settle disputes.
To implement new laws.
To propose new laws.
To enforce laws.

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Which body is charged with the responsibility of solving conflicts or disagreements among Canadians?
The Canadian Courts.
The Police Force.
The Provincial Governments.
The Judges.

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Canada’s highest court is known as…?
The Supreme Court of Canada.
The Federal Court of Canada.
The Court of Queen’s Bench.
The Court of Appeal.

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Which among the following is NOT the function of the Canadian police?
Police officer COP with a baton. Vintage pop art retro comic book vector illustration
Punishing lawbreakers.
Keeping Canadians safe.
Enforcing the law.
Offering assistance in numerous situations, including accidents.

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Who is immune to Canadian laws?
No one.
Canadian politicians.
Canadian police officers.
The Sovereign.

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The two provinces where the RCMP do not serve as Provincial Police include?
Quebec and Ontario.
British Columbia and Ontario.
Nova Scotia and Quebec.
British Columbia and Ontario.

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Which two Canadian provinces have provincial police forces?
Ontario and Quebec provinces.
New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
Yukon and Northwest Territories.
Prince Edward Island and Quebec provinces.

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The municipal police departments are located?
In every Canadian province.
In all Canadian provinces except Quebec and Ontario.
In the two provinces of Quebec and Ontario.
In the province of Quebec.

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There are some situations that warrant the assistance of the police. Which among the following is NOT one of those situations?
You can ask the police for help in all of these situations
The missing of an individual.
The occurrence of an accident.
The occurrence of a crime.

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Which among the following is NOT the role of the Canadian laws?
The laws are made and written by the Canadian Prime Minister.
The laws are meant to provide order in Canada’s society.
The laws offer a peaceful way to solve disputes and conflicts.
The laws offer a way to express both the beliefs and values of Canadians.

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Practice Makes Perfect: Canadian Citizenship Practice Test By Chapter

Are you preparing to sit for the Canadian citizenship written test? Congratulations on coming this far. The only thing standing between you and Canadian citizenship. When you finally receive the notice, make sure to look at the date and time you will write the exam. It is also essential to determine what you should do if you cannot make it to the exam on the assigned time and date. Contact the local Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship office if you require anything for the written exam, including accommodation, braille, or a large print exam.

Keep reading to discover how you can prepare and pass the Canadian citizenship written test with the Canadian citizenship practice test by chapter.

What is the Canadian citizenship Written Test?

Canadian Citizenship Practice Test By ChapterThe Canadian citizenship test will be required if you are applying for citizenship. You must be more than 18 years old and less than 54 years to sit for the examination. It is usually a written test, but the applicant can sometimes complete an oral test. A citizenship officer will conduct an oral exam if you are required to take one. During the test, you will tackle various questions around citizens’ rights, responsibilities, and freedoms. The test also focuses on history, geography, society, and politics. A local citizenship office will send a notice to let you know about the time and date of the test. You will report to the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship department to take the test. Remember to take the original documents you used during the application with you when going for the exam. Do not forget to carry the travel documents you have been using in the last five years before applying.

What Will be in the Canadian Citizenship Written Exam?

The first thing you need to know to ace the Canadian written test is what you should expect. During the exam, you will tackle various questions on different topics. Here is what you should know before taking the exam:

  • Symbols.
  • Rights, freedoms, and responsibilities.
  • Social and cultural history.
  • Politics.
  • Form of government.

An invigilator will supervise the exam during the D-day. Once you get to the venue, the supervisor will ask you to wait in the waiting room. The invigilator will usher you into the exam room at the exact scheduled time. You will sit on long desks, separated by dividers. These dividers hinder applicants from seeing each other’s work. Relatives should not sit together during the test. Please pay close attention to all the instructions before you start the test.

The Canadian citizenship written exam contains 20 questions and takes about 30 minutes. To pass the exam, you will have to answer more than 15 questions correctly. When you pass the exam, a citizenship officer will invite you for a short interview. During the brief interview, expect the supervisor to ask you more about your identity. The supervisor will also verify your original documents and evaluate your English and French written and oral skills. After completing this process, you will be invited to the oath-taking ceremony by mail. This usually happens 4-6 months after you complete the exam. You could do a retake if you failed the exams after 3 to four weeks.

How to Prepare With The Canadian Citizenship Practice Test By Chapter

Now that you know what the exam is all about, let us look at some of the things you should do to prepare for the test:

  • Study Ahead

Several applicants choose to wait until the last week to study. Taking your time to study ahead will go a long way towards helping you to ace the test. Talk with other Canadian citizens and read as many books as possible to learn more about Canada. It is also vital to read the constitution to learn more about the law.

  • Use the Official Study Guide to Learn More About Canada

Reading the official study guide will enable you to discover everything you need to know about Canada. You can read the guide online, download a pdf or eBook version, or order a printed copy. Listen to the audio if that is what you prefer.

  • Enroll in a Class

It will be helpful to enroll in a class if you have the time. The instructor will teach you everything about Canada. You can also ask questions and participate in discussions to learn more about Canada.

  • Try Online Tests

You can try online tests to familiarize yourself with the citizenship test. You will familiarize yourself with the exam format when you try the online tests.

Remember to follow all the instructions. Read and understand each question before answering. Good luck!