Canadian-Citizenship Practice Test – Government and Elections 2
What comprises the provincial legislatures?
How does the government form after an election?
Who have major responsibilities on First Nation Reserves?
What is the majority government?
Up to what age can Senators serve?
In a parliamentary democracy, who elects the members to the provincial and terrritorial legislatures?
What is NOT a responsibility of the Prime Minister and ministers of the Crown (the Cabinet)?
Normally, how long a period is the appointment of the Governor General and the Lieutenant Governor?
Which of these is NOT a shared responsibility between the Federal and Provincial/Territorial Governments?
What is the difference between the role of the Queen and that of the Prime Minister?
Which one of these is NOT a municipal (local) responsibility?
Which of these are NOT a part of Canada's system of government.
Which of these is NOT true concerning the Head of State's role?
What does it mean to say that Canada is a constitutional monarchy?
After an election, which party forms the government?
In what document are the responsibilities of the federal and provincial governments defined?
Who selects Cabinet Ministers?
When you go to vote on election day, what do you do?
What is the name of the Sovereign's representative in the Territories?
On election day, who do Canadian's vote for?
How are Senators chosen?
Which of these is NOT a name for an elected provincial or territorial member?
How are Cabinet members chosen?
Which is NOT a major political party currently represented in the House of Commons?
How many judges sit on the Supreme Court of Canada?
Who is entitled to vote in Canadian federal elections?
Who is the current Prime Minister and his/her Party?
How is the voter's list for federal elections produced?
Traditionally, how often are Members of Parliament elected for?
Who appoints the Supreme Court of Canada's justices?
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