Canadian-Citizenship Practice Test – Justice System

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What is Canada's highest court?

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There are provincial police forces in which two provinces?

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Which is NOT true about Canada's legal system?

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What is the role of the courts in Canada?

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The law in Canada applies to?

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This is NOT a role of the police:

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Who enforces the federal laws throughout Canada?

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Which of the following is NOT true concerning lawyers and getting legal help?

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In Canada, are you allowed to question the police about their service or conduct?

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Where are there municipal police departments?

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What is due process?

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Which court deals with matters concerning the federal government?

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Who makes the laws, or the written rules, under which Canada is governed?

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Whose responsibility is it to resolve conflicts or disagreements?

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Explanation:
One of the primary responsibilities of a court is to resolve conflicts or disagreement

What forms are the foundations of the Canadian justice system?

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Explanation:
The presumption of innocence means that an individual accused of a crime is considered innocent until proven guilty.

What issues are handled by small claims courts?

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Explanation:
Small claims courts are designed to provide a simplified and accessible process for individuals and businesses to resolve relatively low-value civil disputes.

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