Chapter: Canadian Symbols - 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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Which ancient Canadian company was first to adopt the beaver as its symbol?
Hudson’s Bay Company.
The Beaver-weaver company.
St. Jean Baptiste Company.
None of these

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Who first adopted the Maple Leaf as their symbol?
The French Canadians.
The British.
The Aboriginals.
The French.

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The official coat of arms of Canada features which country’s symbols?
France, England, Ireland, and Scotland.
England, Germany, France, and Ireland.
United States of America, France, Ireland, and China.
Netherlands, France, England, and Japan.

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Which act guaranteed equality between English and French in parliament?
The Official Languages Act.
The British North American Act.
The Bilingual Act.
The French Act.

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When did Canada begin its own honors system?
1967
1965
1987
1867

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The first line of Canada’s National Anthem is?
O Canada! Our home and native land!
From far and wide, O Canada.
The True North strong and free!
God save the Queen!

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The official Royal Flag of Canada is?
The Union Jack.
The Royal arms of Canada.
The Canadian Ensign Red.
The Maple Royal Leaf.

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Which animal’s portrait appears on the 5 cent coin?
A beaver.
A reindeer.
A polar bear.
A mountain lion.

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The highest bravery award available to Canadian-serving citizens is…?
The Victoria Cross.
The Bravery Award.
The Order of Canada Award.
The Canadian Service Award.

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Which among the following statements is FALSE regarding the Official Languages Act of 1969?
It made English the official primary Canadian language and French the secondary language.
It established the equality of both English and French in Canadian society.
It aimed to maintain and develop official language minority communities in Canadian society.
It established equality between English and French in the Canadian Government, parliament as well as institutions.

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For how many years has the crown been a state symbol in Canada?
Four hundred years.
Five hundred years.
Two hundred years.
Three hundred years.

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What has symbolized the State of Canada for the last four hundred years?
The Crown.
The Canadian Flag.
The motto and the coat of arms.
Fleur-de-lys.

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When do Canadians celebrate Sir John Macdonald Day every year?
January 11.
December 25.
November 20.
Second Monday of October.

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The red and white colors have been Canada’s national colors since when?
1921.
1901.
1986.
1979.

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Which among the following is NOT one of Canada’s symbols?
Stanley Cup and Ice hockey.
Coat of arms and Canadian crown.
Fleur-de-Lys and the Canadian flag.
Parliament buildings and the maple leaf.

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The Books of Remembrance in the Peace Tower contains the names of?
All of these.
All soldiers who died while serving the nation.
All airmen who died while serving the nation.
All sailors who died on service.

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When was the current flag of Canada raised for the first time in Canada?
1965
1975
1985
1802

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Which among the following is Canada’s best-known symbol?
The Maple Leaf.
The Coat of Arms.
Parliament buildings.
The Beaver.

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Which sport is regarded as the most popular among Canadians?
Hockey.
Soccer.
Canadian Football.
Rugby.

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The crown symbolizes what?
All of these.
The courts.
The parliament, legislatures, and Government.
The Canadian forces and the police service.

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