Canadian Citizenship Practice Tests 2021 - Page 12

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1 of 20 questions

  • 1) If the party in power holds less than half of the seats in the House of Commons, this is called _______.

  • 2) There can be many candidates in an electoral district. True or False?

  • 3) The candidate who receives the most votes becomes the MP for that electoral district.

  • 4) Who invites to form the government?

  • 5) The people who run for office are called candidates.

  • 6) Are election results announced on radio and television and in the newspapers?

  • 7) Who is responsible for conducting federal elections and referendums?

  • 8) An electoral district is a geographical area represented by a Member of Parliament (MP).

  • 9) Can you discuss how you voted with others?

  • 10) When does the leader of the political party with the most seats in the House of Commons become the Prime Minister?

  • 11) One of the privileges of Canadian citizenship is the right to ________

  • 12) The Prime Minister and the Cabinet ministers are called ________

  • 13) Electoral districts are also known as

  • 14) When does the Prime Minister ask the Governor General, on behalf of the Sovereign, to call an election?

  • 15) If the party in power holds at least half of the seats in the House of Commons, this is called ______.

  • 16) When are you eligible to vote in a federal election or cast a ballot in a federal referendum?

  • 17) No one can watch you vote and no one should look at how you voted. It is called as

  • 18) When the House of Commons votes on a major issue such as the budget, this is considered a matter of _______.

  • 19) When does the election count start?

  • 20) Who are responsible for running the federal government departments?


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