Canada History Quiz: Do You Know Your Canadian History?

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  • How many provinces and territories are there in Canada?

    • 9 Provinces, 4 Territories
    • 8 Provinces, 2 Territories
    • 11 Provinces, 3 Territories
    • 10 Provinces, 3 Territories
  • What part of the Constitution legally protects the basic rights and freedoms of all Canadians?

    • The Bill of Rights
    • The Charter of Rights and Freedoms
    • The Preamble
    • Constitution Act, 1985
  • Which of the following slogans is best associated with Canada’s Constitution?

    • Liberty, Equality, Fraternity
    • Peace, Order and Good Government
    • Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
    • None of the Above
  • Pierre Trudeau exclaimed that Canada must be a …

    • Great Society
    • Peaceful Society
    • Just Society
    • Equitable Society
  • What was the design that Lester B. Pearson proposed be adopted as Canada’s new flag in 1964?

    • The Red and White Maple Leaf We Use Today
    • Three Red Maple Leaves Between Two Blue Borders
    • A Red Ensign With The Fleur-de-lis
    • A Red Maple Lead Inside A Blue Circle
  • What clause of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms allows Governments to pass Laws that Contravene certain Charter Provisions?

    • Limitations clause
    • Notwithstanding clause
    • Victoria Charter
  • John A. Macdonald and the Conservatives received $300,000 in campaign funds in exchange for which lucrative contract?

    • Alberta Oilsands
    • Enbridge Pipeline
    • Pacific Railway
    • Keystone Pipeline
  • What year did Confederation occur?

    • 1837
    • 1854
    • 1892
    • 1867
  • Who led the rebellion in Lower Canada?

    • Marquis de La Fayette
    • Sir Wilfrid Laurier
    • Louis Joseph Papineau
    • John Alexander MacDonald
  • Which one of the following statements is true? Sir Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine and Robert Baldwin…

    • We’re the first Europeans to see the Rocky Mountains
    • Forrmed an alliance of reformers in Lower and Upper Canada
    • Both were highly ranked French and British military commanders
    • None of the Above
  • Name Canada’s first francophone prime minister who optimistically proclaimed: “The 20th century will belong to Canada.”

    • Wilfrid Laurier
    • Pierre Trudeau
    • Jean Chretien
    • William Mackenzie King
  • During the Second World War, thousands of Canadians were forcibly evacuated from the West Coast of Canada because of their ethnic origin. Who were these Canadians?

    • Russian Canadians
    • Aboriginal Canadians
    • Metis People
    • Japanese Canadians
  • What major event happened in Winnipeg in 1919?

    • A General Strike
    • Red River Rebellion
    • A Great Flood
    • First Stanley Cup Hockey Game
  • Name the economic bust that affected Canada in the 1930s.

    • The Dusbowl
    • Occup Wall Street
    • Canadian Recession of the 1930s
    • The Greate Depression
  • Which city was home to Canada’s first Parliament?

    • Toronto
    • Kingston
    • Montreal
    • Ottawa
  • Which province has the most bilingual Canadians?

    • Ontario
    • Quebec
    • New Brunswick
    • Alberta
  • In 1992, Roberta Bondar became the first Canadian woman to…

    • Play in the National Hockey League
    • Travel into outer space
    • Win an Oscar for best actress
    • Become president of General Motors of Canada
  • Which of the following were invented by Canadians?

    • Electric Wheelchair
    • Wonderbra
    • Insulin
    • All of the Above
  • The 1988 federal election was fought over which contentious issue?

    • War in Afghanistan
    • Abortion
    • Nuclear Weapons
    • Free Trade
  • What is the highest honor that Canada gives its citizens for outstanding achievements and service to their country or humanity at large?

    • The Order of Canada
    • The Nobel Prize
    • The Maple Legion
    • The Grammy

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