Canadian-Citizenship Practice Test – Government and Elections 1
How are members of Parliament chosen?
In Canada, are you obliged to tell other people how you voted?
On a federal election ballot, what do you mark?
Who can run in a federal election?
What is the party with the the most members of the House of Commons but not in power known as?
What is an electoral district?
After an election, who is invited to form the government?
The elected members of both the House of Commons and the provincial and territorial legislatures are responsible for?
Who is Canada's Head of State?
Who becomes the Prime Minister?
The Prime Minister and the party in power can run the government as long as ?
Which of these is NOT a federal government responsibility?
What is the name of the Sovereign's representative in the Provinces?
What are the three parts of Parliament?
What is the role of opposition parties?
Canada is divided into how many electoral districts?
What are ridings or constituencies?
How does a bill become law?
Who is the current Head of State?
What are the key facts about Canada's system of government?
Who is the current Governor General?
How are the House of Commons members chosen?
What are the three branches of government?
Which of these is NOT on the voter information card?
What is the title of the Sovereign's representative in Canada?
Which of these is NOT a provincial/territorial responsibility?
What are the three levels of government?
Which is NOT true concerning voting?
Under Parliamentary legislation, when must federal elections be held?
Who is the current leader of the Federal Opposition and his/her Party?
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