Chapter: Canada’s Regions - Quiz 02

If you want to become a Canadian citizen, you must pass the Canadian citizenship written exam. It consists of 20 questions administered in English or French languages, each with multiple choices. One is required to answer at least 75% of the questions correctly for him/her to pass this test. But even though individuals are given another chance to retake the test if they fail, many people would want to pass it on their first trial.

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Which region contains nearly one-third of Canada’s landmass but has a population of one hundred thousand only?
The Northern Territories.
The West Coast.
The Prairie Provinces.
Central Canada.

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What is the estimated population of Canada?
Thirty-four million.
Forty-four million.
Fifty million.
Fifty-five million.

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Which Canadian province is officially bilingual and has approximately one-third of its population living and working in French?
New Brunswick.
Quebec.
Ontario.
Prince Edward Island.

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What are the five distinct Canadian regions?
West Coast, Northern Territories, Central Canada, Prairie Provinces, and Atlantic Provinces.
Pacific Provinces, Prairie Provinces, Central Provinces, Pacific Provinces, and Northern Provinces.
The Northern Coast, Atlantic Provinces, East Coast, and Central Canada.
Western Canada, East Coast, Prairies, Southern Canada, and Prairies.

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The wine industry of the Okanagan Valley is located in which Canadian province?
British Columbia.
Ontario.
New Brunswick.
Prince Edward Island.

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Who selected Ottawa as Canada’s capital city?
Queen Victoria.
Queen Elizabeth II.
Queen Elizabeth I.
The fathers of confederation.

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Which province has more than three-quarters of its population speaking French as their first language?
Quebec.
New Brunswick.
Prince Edward Island.
Nova scotia.

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The Northwest Territories were initially made of…?
North-Western Territory and Rupert’s Land.
North-Western Territory and British Columbia.
Yukon and Saskatchewan.
Alberta and Rupert’s land.

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Which among the following statements is NOT true regarding Central Canada?
It is famous for its majestic mountains and as the Pacific gateway to Canada.
The region produces at least three-quarters of all Canadian manufactured goods.
More than half the people live in towns and cities near St. Lawrence River and the Great Lakes.
It is known as the industrial and manufacturing heartland.

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Which statement best explains why the North is usually described as the ‘Land of the midnight sun’?
It experiences nearly twenty-four hours of daylight in the summer.
There is total darkness during the summer.
It experiences twenty-four hours of daylight a day in Spring.
It experiences sunshine for twenty-four hours

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Which among the following statements is NOT true regarding the Province of Alberta?
It has the world’s largest deposits of potash and uranium.
The province, along with the world’s famous Lake Louise, were both named after Princes Louise Alberta Caroline, the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria.
The province is the most populous in the region of Prairie.
It is the largest producer of gas and oil.

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Which provinces constitute the Prairie Provinces?
Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.
Quebec, Ontario, and Nunavut.
Nunavut, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.
Yukon, Quebec, and Manitoba.

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Which Atlantic province depends on off-shore oil, gas extraction and also boasts incredible hydro-electric resources?
Newfoundland and Labrador.
Prince Edward Island.
New Brunswick.
Nova Scotia.

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Which among the following make up the Atlantic Provinces?
Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick.
Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, and Newfoundland and Labrador.
Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Halifax.
St. John’s, Charlottetown, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.

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Which among the following is NOT regarded as a distinct characteristic of the Atlantic provinces?
Sweltering summers.
Natural resources.
Cool and humid summers.
Cool winters.

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Which canal in Ottawa was initially a military waterway but is currently a tourist attraction as well as a winter skateway?
The Rideau canal.
The Macdonald canal.
The Laurier canal.
The channel of Ottawa.

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Which province leads Canada’s aeronautics and pharmaceutical industries?
Quebec.
Ontario.
Manitoba.
Alberta.

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Which province in Western Canada boasts the largest Francophone community?
The Province of Manitoba.
British Columbia Province.
Saskatchewan Province.
Alberta Province.

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In which Canadian province are the world’s highest tides experienced?
Nova Scotia.
New Brunswick.
Quebec.
Ontario.

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Which Canadian province has its own distinct time zone?
Newfoundland and Labrador.
Quebec.
Manitoba.
New Brunswick.

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How to Prepare For The Canadian Citizenship Test Online?

If you’re considering relocating to Canada, several steps need to be followed. To apply for the citizenship test, you’ll need to be between the ages of 18-54. You’ll also need to have a permanent resident (PR) card; it doesn’t have to be valid, but you must be living in Canada for 1,095 days within a five-year period.

Citizenship Test OnlineImmigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada will conduct the citizenship test online or in-room and interview. During the interview, you’ll be asked 20 questions relating to Canada, such as what ocean borders the country, name the smallest city in Canada. These are just some of the topics that will be on a multiple-choice test. It’s essential to know the history of Canada, forms of government, meaning of symbols, and political history. An excellent way to study the information is to read the test samples online, listen to the MP3 versions, download the PDF file, or you can order the hardcopy of the study guide.

If you’ve studied often but are still unsure of specific criteria, it might be beneficial to enroll in a Canadian Citizenship course. Internet access will be needed along with a computer, smartphone, tablet, and basic computer knowledge.

People who are considering taking the citizenship test online will need to study questions relating to Canada. The citizenship test online or in-room is 30 minutes long and consists of multiple-choice or true or false. You will be asked if you want the test in English or French. You’ll need to score a 75%, which is 15 out of 20 questions correct in order to pass and become a Canadian Citizen.

When you arrive at the building for the test, you’ll be called in at the exact appointment time. Then a proctor will direct you to the seating area that will be petitioned off with dividers to prevent any cheating. If you arrive with family members who are also taking the test, you will not be allowed to sit together.

After you pass the test, you’ll be asked to meet for a face-to-face interview with an officer of citizenship. During this interview, he or she will verify the documents that you presented at your application time.

After you have passed the exam, you’ll be invited to a ceremony where you’ll take the oath. This will be done between four and six months after completion of the test.