Detailed walkthrough – Canadian Citizenship Exam Practice

Canadian Citizenship Exam Practice – Detailed walk-through

Hi–here’s a video giving a detailed walk-through for the Canadian Citizenship Exam Practice, with audio narration explaining some of the answers, and helping you get the bigger picture!

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Here are a few of the questions for this Canadian Citizenship Exam Practice.

Canadian Citizenship Test Practice Exam

  1. Which French explorer established the first European settlements north of Florida?

Samuel de Champlain
Jean Cabot
Jacques Cartier
Etienne Montcalm

Answer: In 1604, the first European settlement north of Florida was established by French explorers Pierre de Monts and Samuel de Champlain, first on St. Croix Island (in present-day Maine) then at Port-Royal, in Acadia (present-day Nova Scotia).

8. Canada’s national motto is

A Mari Usque ad Mare
Peace, Order and Good Government
One Peaceful Nation from the Atlantic to the Pacific
O Canada, Our Home and Native Land

Answer: As an expression of national pride after the First World War, Canada adopted an official coat of arms and a national motto, A Mari Usque Ad Mare, which in Latin means from sea to sea.

9. Which prize is awarded to the women’s teams of the National Hockey League?

The Clarkson Cup
The Madeleine D’Heureux Cup
The Stanley Cup
The Women’s Cup

Answer: The Clarkson Cup, established in 2005 by Adrienne Clarkson, the 26th Governor General (and the first of Asian origin) is awarded for women’s hockey.

10. Who is Captain Paul Triquet?
A Victoria Cross recipient from Quebec
The leader of the Metis uprising in 1837-38
The first French-Canadian Prime Minister of Canada
The first black Canadian air force pilot

Answer: Captain Paul Triquet of Cabano, Quebec, earned the Victoria Cross leading his men and a handful of tanks in the attack on Casa Berardi in Italy in 1943 during the Second World War, and was later a Brigadier.

11. What is due process?
The government must respect all legal rights a person is entitled to under the law
The freedom from unlawful detention by the state
The rule of law applies to everyone, including judges, politicians and the police
The right to have legal assistance in a court of law

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