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Which province is Canada's major producer of oil and gas?
British Columbia
Alberta
Ontario
Manitoba

Which province is Canada's leading wheat producer?
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia.
New Brunswick.

Which province is Canada's largest producer of hydroelectricity?
British Columbia.
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba

Which two fuels provide about one-half of all the energy used in Canada?
Coal and natural gas
Oil and natural gas.
Coal and oil
Coal and sawdust.

Which products from southern Ontario are among Canada's key exports?
Auto industry products
Hydro-electricity
Pulp and paper.
Coal.

Name three minerals still being mined in the territories today.
Gold, lead and aluminum.
Silver gold and lead.
Gold lead and zinc.
Silver, lead and zinc.

Which city provides important shipping and air links between Canada and other countries across the Pacific Ocean?
Victoria
Vancouver
Edmonton
Comox

What products are produced in the Niagara Peninsula?
Peaches, apples and lead.
Coal, hydro electricity and zinc.
Peaches, apples and grapes.
Hydro electricity and pulp and paper.

More than half of Canada’s aeronautics and space industries is located in which province?
Nova Scotia.
Saskatchewan
Ontario
Quebec

For what is the Okanagan Valley in B.C. famous?
Fruit orchards.
Salmon
Fruit leathers.
Wine

What fish is a valuable industry on the West Coast?
Trout
Carp
Salmon
Cod

Who is Canada's Head of State? Or What is the name of Queen?
President
Queen Elizabeth II
Governor General
Premier

Who is the Queen's representative in Canada? Or Who is the Queen's representative in each province? Or Who represents the Head of State in Canada?
Queen Elizabeth II
The Governor General or Lieutenant
The Prime Minister
The Premier of Ontario

What do you call the Queen's representative in the territories?Who represents the Queen in the Territories?
Governor General
Commissioner
Lieutenant-Governor
Premier

What is Canada's system of government called?
Dictatorship.
Parliamentary government.
Military Rule.
Communism.

What are the three parts of Parliament?
The Mayor, the prime Minister and the party in power
The premier, the queen and the House of Commons
The Voters, the Senate and the Queen
The queen, the House of Commons and the Senate

What are the three levels of government in Canada?
Liberal, Progressive Conservative, New Democratic
Federal, State and Municipal
Federal, Provincial / Territorial, Municipal

What do you call a law before it is passed?
Vote
Bullet
Bill

How does a bill become a law?
The Prime Minister decides what the law will be
The Premiers agree to the new law
The bill is debated and voted in the House of Commons and the Senate, passed by a majority in both and then proclaimed.
The Queen must sign the bill.

What is the final step before a bill becomes a law? Or Who signs the Bill to make it law?
The Governor General
The Prime Minister
The Premier
The Queen

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


 
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