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1 of 20 questions

  • 1) Which is the only officially bilingual province in Canada?

  • 2) How many Anglo-Quebecers have a heritage of 250 years?

  • 3) Non-official languages are widely spoken in Canadian homes. True or False?

  • 4) Anglophones (English speakers) are generally referred to as

  • 5) In the epic invasion of Normandy in northern France on June 6, 1944, known as

  • 6) Today, the term Aboriginal peoples refer to

  • 7) What percentages of the Aboriginal people are First Nations?

  • 8) What percentages of the Aboriginal people are Métis?

  • 9) What are the languages second most-spoken at home, after English?

  • 10) People who speak English as a first language called as

  • 11) Who are the Acadians in Canada?

  • 12) From where have most immigrants been come to Canada since 1970?

  • 13) What percentages of the Aboriginal people are Inuit?

  • 14) People who speak French as a first language called as

  • 15) What is the language of the Métis?

  • 16) __________, the 1st Baron Tweedsmuir, was a popular Governor General of Canada (1935-40).

  • 17) How many Francophones are there in Canada?

  • 18) How many Anglophones are there in Canada?

  • 19) From the _______ until the _________, the federal government placed many Aboriginal children in residential schools to educate and assimilate them into mainstream Canadian culture.

  • 20) Where do majority of Francophones live?


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