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What is a ballot?
Type of dancing
Weight
Slip of paper with candidate’s name
A form to tally the votes.

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

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

How do you vote in Canada?
By raising hand
By secret ballot
By giving the name of the candidate to the officer

Who has the right to vote in federal elections?
A Canadian citizen, 18 years or older and be on the list of electors.
A Canadian citizen, 18 years or older and must work for the federal government.
A landed immigrant, 18 years old and a member of the Canadian Forces.
A Canadian citizen, over 25 years and a member of the Canadian Forces.

Who do Canadians vote for in a federal election?
Senators
Judges
Members of Parliament
Members of Provincial Parliament

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

How is the Prime minister chosen?
The politician who got most votes in election
The person appointed by the Queen
The leader of the party in power

Who becomes the Prime minister?
The politician who got most votes in election
The person appointed by the Queen
The leader of the party in power

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.

Which federal political party is in power?
Liberal
Reform
N.D.P.
P.C.

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 are the parties that are not in power called?
Senators
The friend’s parties
Opposition parties
Parties which represents the queen

Which party becomes the Official Opposition?
The opposition party with the most MP's.
The party receiving the least votes.
Any independent candidate.
The party the Prime Minister selects.

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.

Which party is the Official Opposition at the federal level?
The Conservative Party.
The Liberal Party.
The Independent Party.
The Canadian Alliance Party

What is a political candidate?
A person who assumes the job of Prime Minister.
A person who runs for office.
A person who makes up the voting list.
A person who calls at your door to ask your name.

What do you call a candidate who does not belong to a political party?
An Independent
An Enumerator
A Returning Officer.
A Member of Parliament.

What is a Cabinet minister?
MP chosen by the Governor General to make laws
Enumerator chosen by the Prime Minister
MP chosen by the Prime Minister and is responsible for running federal departments
MLA chosen by the Prime Minister

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

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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