Canadian Citizenship Practice Tests 2021 - Page 10

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1 of 20 questions

  • 1) Queen Elizabeth II, who has been Queen of Canada since ____

  • 2) Who are responsible for public transit and some local health?

  • 3) Most major urban centres have municipal police forces.

  • 4) What is the meaning of presumption of innocence?

  • 5) Who are responsible for ambulance and other emergency services?

  • 6) Who celebrated Golden Jubilee (as Sovereign) in 2002?

  • 7) The Crown has been a symbol of the state in Canada for ______.

  • 8) Provincial, territorial and municipal elections are held by

  • 9) Who are responsible for social services?

  • 10) Can you question the police about their service or conduct if you feel you need to.

  • 11) Which courts deal with matters concerning the federal government?

  • 12) In most communities there are legal aid services available free of charge or at a low cost.

  • 13) When can you ask the police for help?

  • 14) Laws are the written rules intended to guide people in our society.

  • 15) What is the highest court in Canada?

  • 16) Who celebrated Diamond Jubilee (60 years as Sovereign) in 2012?

  • 17) The law in Canada applies to everyone, including judges, politicians and the police.

  • 18) Who are responsible for recreation facilities?

  • 19) The Crown is a symbol of _______

  • 20) Canada is governed by an organized system of laws.


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