Back to Home PageWelcome Guest! Register | Login | Home | Contact Us | Site Map | Advertise | FAQ | Search
Canadian Desi
    Immigration




   Home   Immigration Discussion   Articles   Citizenship Test   Services Providers   Links
Read Questions and Answers First

Canadian Citizenship Test Paper Online Practice

What does a member of Parliament do?
She/he is a Canadian's link to the federal government.
She/he liases with his provincial government.
She/he assists the Governor General.
She/he is the Queen's representative.

How many electoral districts are there in Canada? Or what is the size of the House of Commons?
354 Members
301 Members
135 Members

To vote in federal election you must:
Be married
Reside in Canada
Be a Canadian Citizen

What requirements must you meet in order to vote in a federal election? Or At what age you can vote in federal election? Or Who has the right to vote in federal elections?
18
21
16
25

Name three requirements you must meet in order to vote in a federal Election.
Canadian citizen, 18 years or older and on the list of electors.
Canadian citizen, 21 years or older, and on the list of electors.
Living outside of Canada for less than 5 years, Canadian and 21 years old.
Working for the federal government, Canadian forces or other organization, 21 years, and Canadian.

What is a Notice of Confirmation of Registration? Or What does the Confirmation of Registration Card tell you?
How many times you may vote
Who to vote for
The name on the enumerator
Where and when to vote (Confirms that your name is on voters )

What is a polling station?
Place where the number of votes is counted.
Campaign headquarters for candidates.
Member if Parliament's riding office.
Place where you vote.

What is written on an election ballot? Or What is printed on a federal election ballot?
The names of the candidates
The name of the voter
The name of the enumerator
The names of Aldermen and Alderwoman

How do you choose the candidate's name? Or What do you mark on a federal election ballot?
Circle the name
Cross out names of the others candidates
Mark an “X” to the right of the name of the candidate

What does voting by secret ballot mean? How do you vote in Canada?
By raising hand
By secret ballot
By giving the name of the candidate to the officer

How is the government formed after an election? After a Federal Election, Which party forms the new Government?
The party with the most senators
The party with the most votes
The party with the most elected MPs
The party with the most candidates running for election

When does an election have to be held according to the Constitution?
About every 4 years.
Within 5 years of the last election.
Whenever the Prime Minister calls the election.
When the MP's want a new Prime Minister.

What do political parties do?
Share ideas about how government should work.
Prepare the celebration after the election.
Liase with the provincial governments.
Liase with the Queen.

What does it mean for a political party to "be in power"? or Which party becomes the party in power?
Coalition Party
The party with the most representatives in the house of commons
The party with the most votes
To have the approval of the Queen

What is the role of the Opposition parties? Or What does opposition do?
Make the law
Supports the party in power
Debate and try to improve or defeat the laws proposed by the Government
To put forward bills to be passed.

How are Senators chosen? or Senators are appointed by the:
Queen
Governor General
Prime Minister
By the Premiers of all provinces

Senators are:
Elected by voters
Chosen by the MPs
Elected by landed immigrants
Chosen by the Prime Minister and appointed by government general.

How can you contact your member of Parliament?
Call your provincial party office.
Write to the Prime Minister.
Call Elections Canada.
Either call the office in your electoral district or write to the House of Commons.

Who do provincial members of the legislative or national assemblies represent?
Federal and territorial governments.
Federal and provincial governments.
Everyone who lives in the provincial or territorial electoral district.
Municipal governments.

What level of government passes "by-laws"?
Municipal (local).
Territorial.
Provincial.
Rural.

Please note these questions are only for reference. Actual questions might be different. Please check immigration and citizenship canada's official publication for futher details



 
Web
CanadianDesi
Please Contribute!
Write an Article
Send Community News
Create Photo and Video Albums
Submit Good Pictures
List Useful Websites
Post Jobs
Submit Events
List for FREE!
Businesses
Classifieds
Social Organizations
Religious Places
Employment Agencies
Email Page
Your Email
Friend\'s Email

Advertise Contact Us Privacy Policy and Terms of Usage FAQ
Canadian Desi
© 2001 Marg eSolutions


Site designed, developed and maintained by Marg eSolutions Inc.