Canadian-Citizenship Practice Test – Government and Elections 4
Who is the current Prime Minister and his/her Party?
When you go to vote on election day, what do you do?
Who is entitled to vote in Canadian federal elections?
How are Cabinet members chosen?
What is the role of the Prime Minister in Canada?
The role of the Prime Minister is to lead the government. The Prime Minister is the head of government and holds the highest executive office in the country.
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?
How many judges sit on the Supreme Court of Canada?
Traditionally, how often are Members of Parliament elected for?
Which of these is NOT a name for an elected provincial or territorial member?
Who chooses the Monarch as Canada's head of state?
The line of succession in Canada is based on the principle of hereditary monarchy, which means that the position of the monarch is passed down through the royal family.