Canadian Citizenship Practice Tests 2021 - Page 17

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1 of 20 questions

  • 1) What is the Canada's financial capital?

  • 2) Who painted the forests and Aboriginal artifacts of the West Coast?

  • 3) Did Canada participate in the UN operation defending South Korea in the Korean War (1950–53)?

  • 4) When was the Official Languages Act passed in Canada?

  • 5) Canadians have made significant contributions to literature in English and in French.

  • 6) When did the Japanese-Canadians gain the right to vote?

  • 7) When did the Aboriginal people gain the right to vote?

  • 8) Canadian artists have a long history of achievement in which Canadians take pride.

  • 9) When did the Quiet Revolution happen?

  • 10) Sir Ernest MacMillan and ________ won renown in Canada and abroad.

  • 11) When was Quebec sovereignty again defeated in a second referendum in?

  • 12) Canadians have made significant contributions to literature in English and in French.

  • 13) Today every citizen over the age of 18 may vote. True or False?

  • 14) Is Canada part of NATO?

  • 15) With the Communist victory in the Vietnam War in 1975, how many Vietnamese sought refuge in Canada?

  • 16) When was Canada helped to found La Francophonie, an international association of French-speaking countries?

  • 17) Is Canada part of United Nations?

  • 18) How many Canadians dead and wounded in the Korean War (1950–53)?

  • 19) By the 1960s, _______ of Canadians had origins that were neither British nor French

  • 20) When was the Group of Seven founded?


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