Introduction Oath of Citizenship Message to Readers

Questions and Answers


 oath of citizenship1. The oath of citizenship affirms the following principle:

  • 1. Canada is personified by the Queen
  • 2. The Queen is the ruler of Canada
  • 3. Our loyalty to the country
  • 4. Our allegiance to the flag

2. In the Oath of Citizenship, we profess our loyalty to which of the following?

  • 1. The flag
  • 2. Canada
  • 3. The Constitution
  • 4. The Queen
3. In the Oath of Citizenship, the sovereign is named the
  • 1. Queen of Canada
  • 2. Queen of the Commonwealth
  • 3. Ruler of Canada
  • 4. Queen of the British Empire

4. In the Oath of Citizenship, we do not swear which of the following?

  • 1. Allegiance to the Queen of Canada
  • 2. Allegiance to our country
  • 3. To fulfill my duties as a Canadian citizen
  • 4. To faithfully observe the laws of Canada

5. In the Oath of Citizenship, we swear or affirm to bear allegiance to

  • 1. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
  • 2. The Canadian flag
  • 3. Canadian law
  • 4. The British Empire

6. In a constitutional monarchy, the constitution, flag and country are which of the following?

  • 1. Personified by parliament and our elected / appointed representatives.
  • 2. Not as important as the queen.
  • 3. Encompassed by the sovereign.
  • 4. Symbols of republican governance that don’t apply to Canada.



02 Intro – Message to Readers

message to readers1. Canadians have

  • A. Take pride in their British heritage
  • B. Gone to war to defend their way of life
  • C. Take pride in their diversity and peacefulness.
  • D. Take pride in their identity have made sacrifices to defend their way of life

2. Canada is which of the following?

  • A. A federalized union
  • B. A union of provinces and territories
  • C. A parliamentary democracy
  • D. A free republic

3. When you have met the legal requirements for citizenship, you can do which of the following?

  • A. Vote and run in elections after you get a passport.
  • B. Work and travel freely when you have your passport.
  • C. Be welcomed as a new citizen with all the rights and responsibilities of citizenship
  • D. Get a passport after you take the Oath of Citizenship.

4. Becoming a citizen makes you part of

  • A. The electoral community.
  • B. The contributors to the Canada Pension Plan and Employment Insurance.
  • C. The Canadian community
  • D. A great tradition built by generations of pioneers before you.

5. In order to quality for citizenship, you don’t have to do which of the following?

  • A. Meet the legal requirements
  • B. Pass the citizenship test
  • C. Be proficient in English or French
  • D. Be eligible for a passport

6. In order to pass the Canadian citizenship test, you must learn which of the following?

  • A. Geography, the rights and responsibilities of citizenship, and Canadian current events.
  • B. The oath of citizenship, Canadian voting procedures, and British history in Canada.
  • C. Voting procedures, Canada’s history and symbols, Canada’s democratic institutions.
  • D. The rights and responsibilities of citizenship, the history of immigration and First Nations people in Canada.

7. Canada’s structure is which of the following?

  • A. A constitutional monarchy
  • B. A dominion in the commonwealth.
  • C. A republic
  • D. A federalization of provinces

8. Canadians enjoy

  • A. Freedom to organize and the responsibility to be peaceful
  • B. Freedom of work and the responsibility to contribute to the community
  • C. Many rights, but Canadians also have responsibilities
  • D. The supremacy of law in Canada

9. For how many years have settlers made Canada their home?

  • A. 180
  • B. 150
  • C. 300
  • D. 400

10. Canada is not built on which of the following?

  • A. Generations of newcomer settlers and immigrants
  • B. Proud history and strong identity
  • C. Peace, order, and good government.
  • D. Diversity and richness

11. Canadian citizens must

  • A. Vote in elections
  • B. Know Canada’s history
  • C. Take pride in their identity
  • D. Obey Canada’s laws and respect the rights and freedoms of others

12. The rule of law and the institutions of parliamentary government

  • A. Bind Canadians together
  • B. Are rights of citizenship
  • C. Protect our rights and freedoms.
  • D. Are responsibilities of citizenship

13. The story of Canada is which of the following:

  • A. The 400 year old story of settlers and immigrants.
  • B. A continuing story that you help to write
  • C. The history of conflict and resolution between the British, French, and First Nations people.
  • D. The story of Canadians taking pride in their identity and making sacrifices to defend their way of life.

14. Canada has welcomed generations of newcomers to our shores to help us

  • A. Grow the economy.
  • B. Increase the population so that Canada can be a strong and diverse country.
  • C. Farm the vast stretches of prairie and fertile land.
  • D. Build a free, law-abiding and prosperous society.

15. Which of the following does not describe Canada?

  • A. A parliamentary democracy
  • B. A constitutional monarchy
  • C. A federal state
  • D. A republic

16. It took courage to move to a new country. Your decision to apply for citizenship is which of the following?

  • A. The only way to confer citizenship upon your children.
  • B. The first step to getting a passport.
  • C. Another big step
  • D. Required so you can run for office.
17. Generations of newcomers to Canada have done which of the following?
  • A. Contributed to the diversity and richness of our country.
  • B. Contributed to making sacrifices to defend our way of life.
  • C. Sped up the settling of lands where First Nations people previously lived.
  • D. Created a unified identity of which we are all proud.

18. Canadians are bound together by which of the following?

  • A. Allegiance to the queen
  • B. Allegiance to the diversity of our country
  • C. Shared commitment to the rule of law
  • D. Loyalty to the government

19. Immigrants must have adequate knowledge of both English and French

  • A. In order to become Canadian citizens.
  • B. In order to pass the citizenship test
  • C. None of the above.
  • D. If they are between the ages of 18 and 54.

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