Canadian Citizenship Practice Tests 2021 - Page 14

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1 of 20 questions

  • 1) Senators serve until

  • 2) Parliament has __________

  • 3) Who is responsible for the operations and policy of the government?

  • 4) Is there a clear distinction in Canada between the head of state and the head of government?

  • 5) Who is Canada's head of state?

  • 6) No bill can become law in Canada until it has been passed by both chambers and has received royal assent, granted by the Governor General on behalf of the Sovereign.

  • 7) The House of Commons is the representative chamber

  • 8) Who actually directs the governing of the country?

  • 9) Bills also called as proposals for new laws

  • 10) The Sovereign is represented in Canada by

  • 11) Provincial legislatures comprise the Lieutenant Governor and the elected Assembly.

  • 12) Who appoints Senators?

  • 13) Who selects the Cabinet Ministers?

  • 14) The bill receives royal assent after being passed by both Houses

  • 15) Is Sovereign a part of Parliament

  • 16) How often are federal elections held in Canada?

  • 17) Members can debate and vote on the bill

  • 18) What does the bill receive after being passed by both Houses?

  • 19) Parliament parts are

  • 20) It is important for Canadians aged 18 or more to participate in their democracy by voting in federal, provincial or territorial and municipal elections.


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