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1 of 20 questions

  • 1) Habeas Corpus the right to challenge unlawful detention by the state, comes from _________

  • 2) When was the Constitution of Canada amended to entrench the "Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms"?

  • 3) Where was "Magna Carta" signed?

  • 4) Canadians are the only constitutional monarchy in North America? TRUE or FALSE?

  • 5) Individuals and governments are regulated by

  • 6) Canada citizen's rights and responsibilities are secured by

  • 7) What year was the "Magna Carta" signed?

  • 8) Territorial rights were first guaranteed through the Royal Proclamation of 1763 by

  • 9) In Canada, men and women are equal under the law. TRUE or FALSE?

  • 10) What is one of Canada's founding principles?

  • 11) Who proclaimed the amended constitution of Canada in 1982?

  • 12) The right to vote comes with a responsibility to vote in elections. TRUE or FALSE?

  • 13) Which 2 languages have equal status in Parliament and throughout the government?

  • 14) What is a fundamental characteristic of the Canadian Heritage and Identity?

  • 15) Military service is compulsory in Canada. TRUE or FALSE?

  • 16) Who are the three founding peoples of Canada?

  • 17) "Mobility Rights" Identify the TRUE statement

  • 18) No person or group is above the law. TRUE or FALSE?

  • 19) Poets and songwriters have hailed Canada as the _________

  • 20) What is a key phrase in Canada's original constitutional document in 1867, the British North America Act?


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