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Canadian Citizenship Practice Tests 2014

If you're here to take a practice test for your Canadian Citizenship Test in 2014 or just to test your knowledge on Canada, you've come to the right place. On this web page, you will find important information to help you prepare for your Canadian citizenship test.

I created this web page to help fellow Canadians as well as those who are aspiring to be Canadian citizens. I immigrated to Canada in 1998 and as soon as I had the opportunity to apply for Canadian citizenship, I did. Taking the citizenship test was a small part of it, but it was great opportunity to consciously learn more about this beautiful country that God created.

You will find sample questions and answers to help you practice for your citizenship test. The quizzes are categorized into sections like Canada's history, the country's economy, geography, aboriginal people's, government, rights and responsibilities, and so on. If you're already a Canadian citizen, then you better test your knowledge and make sure you score a 100% on the test. Let's get started.

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Canadian Citizenship Test Questions 2014

Understanding the Canadian Citizenship Practice Tests

The Canadian citizenship test covers questions in various categories. Therefore, I've broken down these quizzes into six sections. Each section consists of 5 questions on that specific category.

The sections covered are as follows:

  1. Canada's History;
  2. Aboriginal Peoples of Canada;
  3. Canada's Geography;
  4. Government of Canada;
  5. Citizenship Rights & Responsibilities;
  6. Canada's Economy, Languages & Symbols.

Complete each practice test and move on to the next. At the end of each quiz, you will get your score and a review of your right and wrong answers. If you're not yet ready to take the quiz and would like to prepare before you take it, read the Discover Canada guide which you will find further down this web page. If you're ready to take the citizenship practice test, let's go...

Beautiful Canada: Port Credit, Village by the Lake, Mississauga

Collage of Pictures I took at Port Credit, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Collage of Pictures I took at Port Credit, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Learn About Canada's History

In 1867, the Fathers of Confederation, that is, the representatives of the Province of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, along with the support of the British empire, formed what is now, Canada. The country was first known as the Dominion of Canada. On July 1, 1867, the British North America Act was passed by the British Parliament which we now celebrate as Canada Day.

Sir John Alexander Macdonald became the country's first Prime Minister. The first four provinces that made up Canada as Confederation were Ontario, Quebec, Nova Soctia, and New Brunswick. Followed by Manitoba and Northwest Territories in 1870; British Columbia in 1871; PEI (Prince Edward Islands) in 1873; Yukon Territory in 1898; Alberta and Saskatchewan 1905; Newfoundland and Labrador in 1949, and finally Nunavut in 1999. Check the History section of the study guide to learn more about the country's history. The practice test below covers questions and answers on Canadian history.

Quiz on Canada's History

For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.

  1. What year was Confederation?
    • 1841
    • 1900
    • 1867
    • 1888
  2. Why is the British North America Act important in Canadian history?
    • It protected the basic rights and freedoms of everyone in Canada
    • It was the first piece of federal legislation
    • The four provinces joined together to create the new country of Canada
    • It divided Quebec into the provinces of Upper Canada and Lower Canada
  3. Which four provinces first formed Confederation?
    • Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia
    • Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island
    • Newfoundland and Labrador , Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island
    • Quebec, Ontario
  4. Who was the first Prime Minister of Canada?
    • George Washington
    • Sir John A. Macdonald
    • Lester B. Pearson
    • Sir Wilfrid Laurier
  5. When is Canada day, and what do we celebrate?
    • June 24th when we celebrate multiculturalism
    • May 21st when we celebrate the Queen's birthday
    • July 4th when we celebrate the anniversary of Confederation each year
    • July 1st when we celebrate the anniversary of Confederation each year

Answer Key

  1. 1867
  2. The four provinces joined together to create the new country of Canada
  3. Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia
  4. Sir John A. Macdonald
  5. July 1st when we celebrate the anniversary of Confederation each year

Learn About Canada's Aboriginal Peoples

When you talk about Canada and its history, you have to start with the Aboriginal peoples who established themselves well ahead of the early explorers of this peaceful country. They are among the three founding peoples of this country along with the French and the British. There are three main Aboriginal groups: the First Nations, Inuit, and the Metis.

The term Indian is generally referred to First Nations. They essentially lived off the land hunting, fishing and growing crops. Approximately, 65% of Aboriginal peoples are First Nations, 30% are Metis, and 4% are Inuit. The Canadian Constitution includes Aboriginal treaty rights. Refer to the "Who We Are" and History sections of the study guide to learn more about the country's founding peoples. The practice test below covers questions and answers on Aboriginal peoples.

Quiz on Aboriginal Peoples of Canada

For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.

  1. Who are the Aboriginal peoples in Canada?
    • United Empire Loyalists
    • Métis
    • The first inhabitants of Canada
    • Immigrants from Australia
  2. What are the three main groups of Aboriginal peoples?
    • First Nations, Inuit, Métis
    • Acadians, Inuit and Métis
    • First nations, French and Inuit
    • First Nations, Inuit and Acadians
  3. From whom are the Métis descended?
    • English traders and First Nations women
    • French traders and First Nations women
    • Acadians and First Nations men
    • French or English traders and First Nations women
  4. Why did the early explorers first come to Atlantic Canada?
    • Early explorers first came to Atlantic Canada to fish and trade with the Aboriginal peoples.
    • Early explorers first came to Atlantic Canada to acquire more land.
    • Early explorers first came to Atlantic Canada to take up farming.
    • Early explorers first came to Atlantic Canada to build a new railway.
  5. Why are the Aboriginal peoples of Canada working towards self government?
    • To try to obtain more seats in the House of Commons
    • To play a larger role in the political process
    • To change Bill C-31, the Indian Act
    • To regain control over decisions affecting them and manage their own affairs

Answer Key

  1. The first inhabitants of Canada
  2. First Nations, Inuit, Métis
  3. French or English traders and First Nations women
  4. Early explorers first came to Atlantic Canada to fish and trade with the Aboriginal peoples.
  5. To regain control over decisions affecting them and manage their own affairs

Learn About Canada's Geography

Canada is the second largest country, in the world, when it comes to total land mass. It covers approximately ten million square kilometers and is surrounded by three oceans, namely, the Pacific, Atlantic, and the Arctic. The country is geographically divided into five main regions with 10 provinces and three Northern Territories.

Starting with the west coast you have British Columbia; the prairie provinces: Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba; Central Canada which is made up of Ontario and Quebec; and the Atlantic provinces namely, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Islands, and Newfoundland & Labrador. And the Northern Territories are: Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut. Check the "Canada's Regions" section of the study guide to learn more about the country's geography. The practice test below covers questions and answers on Canadian geography.

Quiz on Canada's Geography

For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.

  1. What is the capital of Canada?
    • Ottawa
    • Toronto
    • Victoria
    • London
  2. What are the Prairie provinces?
    • Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
    • Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta
    • Saskatoon, Manitoba, Alberta
    • British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan
  3. What are the five Great Lakes?
    • Ontario, Michigan, Hudson's Bay, Huron, Superior
    • Erie, Ontario, Simcoe, Michigan, Superior
    • Erie, Ontario, Michigan, Huron, Superior
    • Erie, Ontario, Niagara, Huron, Superior
  4. How many provinces and territories is Canada made up of?
    • 10 provinces and 3 territories
    • 11 provinces and 2 territories
    • 10 provinces and 2 territories
    • None of the above
  5. What three oceans border on Canada?
    • Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic
    • Atlantic, Antarctic, Pacific
    • Atlantic, Hudson, Pacific
    • Atlantic, Pacific, Bering

Answer Key

  1. Ottawa
  2. Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta
  3. Erie, Ontario, Michigan, Huron, Superior
  4. 10 provinces and 3 territories
  5. Atlantic, Pacific, Arctic

Learn About Canada Democracy

At its core, Canada is a federal state with a parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy. Basically, it is made up of federal, provincial, territorial, and municipal forms of government. Each of these various forms of government have been assigned governmental responsibilities.

For example, the federal government is responsible for national defense and foreign affairs; the provincial and territorial governments are responsible for healthcare and education; and municipal governments are responsible for social and community health, and transportation. Of course, there are many other responsibilities that each form of government is responsible for, but these are just some of the examples.

In Canada's parliamentary democracy, citizens elect members to the House of Commons in the national capital, Ottawa. The parliament is comprised of three parts, mainly: the Sovereign (King or Queen), the Senate, and the House of Commons. Canada's Head of State is the Sovereign and the Head of the Government is the Prime Minister. Refer to the "How Canadians Govern Themselves" section of the study guide to learn more about the country governs itself. The practice test below covers questions and answers on Canada's system of government.

Quiz on Government of Canada

For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.

  1. Who is Canada's Head of State?
    • The Prime Minister
    • The Governor General
    • Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
    • The Senate
  2. Who is the Queen's representative in Canada?
    • The Prime Minister's spouse
    • The Prime Minister
    • The Premier
    • The Governor General of Canada
  3. What are the three levels of government in Canada?
    • Federal, provincial or territorial, municipal
    • Federal, provincial, county
    • Federal, state, municipal
    • Federal, provincial, rural
  4. What is Canada's system of government called?
    • Parliamentary government
    • Monarchy
    • Democratic process
    • Benevolent dictatorship
  5. What are the three parts of Parliament?
    • The Prime Minister, Premiers, House of Commons
    • The Queen, Governor General, Prime Minister
    • Prime Minister, House of Commons, Senate
    • The Queen, House of Commons, Senate

Answer Key

  1. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
  2. The Governor General of Canada
  3. Federal, provincial or territorial, municipal
  4. Parliamentary government
  5. The Queen, House of Commons, Senate

As citizens, we need to understand our rights as well as responsibilities. The Constitution of Canada, enacted in 1867, is the supreme law of the country. Also, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (also known as the Charter), which guarantees (as per law) citizen’s rights and liberties. Some of the key rights include mobility rights, Aboriginal Peoples’ Rights, Official Language Rights and Minority Language Educational Rights, and Multiculturalism.

Citizenship rights come with responsibilities which include obeying the law, taking responsibility for oneself and their family, serving on a jury, exercising the right to vote in elections, helping others in the community, and protecting and enjoying the country’s heritage and environment. Check the “Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship” section of the study guide to learn more about the citizenship rights. The practice test below covers questions and answers on Rights and Responsibilities of Canadian citizens.

Quiz on Citizenship Rights & Responsibilities

For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.

  1. Who has the right to vote in federal elections?
    • Canadian citizens and landed immigrants
    • Canadian citizens who are over 21 years old
    • Canadian citizens or anyone at least 18 years old who works for the government
    • Canadian citizens who are at least 18 years old
  2. Voting in elections?
    • Is only a right, not a responsibility
    • Is both a right and a responsibility
    • Is only a responsibility
    • Is both a responsibility and privilege
  3. Name three legal rights protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
    • Vote in federal, provincial and territorial elections
    • Apply for a Canadian passport, enter/leave Canada freely and vote in elections
    • Be candidates in federal, provincial and territorial elections
    • All of the above
  4. What does being a Canadian citizen mean?
    • Voting and obeying laws
    • Being involved in your community, your country and becoming a candidate in an election
    • Volunteering to work on an election campaign for a candidate of your choice
    • All of the above
  5. In Canada's justice system, what does "presumption of innocence" mean?
    • Everybody is guilty until proven innocent
    • Everyone is innocent until proven guilty
    • The judge can determine who is guilty without evidence
    • The Prime Minister can determine who is innocent in a court

Answer Key

  1. Canadian citizens who are at least 18 years old
  2. Is both a right and a responsibility
  3. All of the above
  4. All of the above
  5. Everyone is innocent until proven guilty

Learn About Canada's Canada's Economy, Languages & Symbols

Like many countries, Canada uses many important symbols to express its national identity. For example, the Crown is a symbol used in the parliament, justice system and police forces. The maple leaf is another example, which appears on the country's flag, uniforms, and insignia. Other symbols include the beaver, the coat of arms, the Canadian goose, and others. The country's official languages are English and French.

In terms of the economy, the country is known as a trading nation. The United States is the country's largest trading partner. The three main industries in Canada's economy are services, manufacturing and natural resources. Refer to the section on "Canada's Economy" and "Canadian Symbols" in the study guide to learn more about the nation's economy, languages and symbols. The practice test below covers questions and answers on the above mentioned topics.

Quiz on Canada's Economy, Languages & Symbols

For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.

  1. What colour is the Canadian Flag?
    • Red and white
    • Green and white
    • Red and blue
    • Blue and white
  2. What are the three main types of industries in Canada?
    • Manufacturing, technology and services
    • Technology, natural resources and manufacturing
    • Natural resources, manufacturing and services
    • All of the above
  3. What are the two official languages of Canada?
    • English and Italian
    • Italian and French
    • English and Scottish
    • English and French
  4. Which animal is an official symbol of Canada?
    • The Moose
    • The Bear
    • The Beaver
    • The Wolve
  5. Which province has the most bilingual Canadians?
    • Ontario
    • British Columbia
    • Quebec
    • Manitoba

Answer Key

  1. Red and white
  2. Natural resources, manufacturing and services
  3. English and French
  4. The Beaver
  5. Quebec
The Canada Goose is a protected species in Canada. I took this picture at Memorial Park in Port Credit, Mississauga, Ontario.

The Canada Goose is a protected species in Canada. I took this picture at Memorial Park in Port Credit, Mississauga, Ontario.

Preparing for the Canadian Citizenship Test in 2014

To become a Canadian citizen you must pass the Canadian Citizenship Test. The study guide called "Discover Canada" will help you study for the test in 2014. I'd suggest you read this Canadian Citizenship Test study guide at least twice and take some practice tests in order to prepare yourself.

I've created several more Canadian Citizenship Practice Tests with sample questions and answers to help you practice for your 2014 citizenship test. These practice citizenship tests are based on actual questions asked at the citizenship test. They were obtained from Canadian residents who have already taken these tests and the practice tests are designed in the same multiple-choice question format.

"O Canada" - The Canadian National Anthem

Guestbook: Canadian Citizenship Test 2014 - Did you take the quizzes? How did you do? Was this useful?

Scindhia from Chennai on June 21, 2014:

Interesting lens with great info!

williamslaw on May 06, 2014:

Great information. Thanks for sharing.

Lynn Klobuchar on March 18, 2014:

Interesting! Thanks.

susan369 on February 05, 2014:

This will be very useful for anyone wanting to take this test.

Max Globe on January 16, 2014:

hey, I just spoke to a friend about moving to Canada. I'll give this to her. thanks, it's very useful.

techgadgeteer on October 10, 2013:

my cousin needs this. thank you!

blestman lm on August 11, 2013:

Got a lot of the answers because I used to live in Canada. Great lens. thank you

socialcx1 on August 01, 2013:

Will show this to a friend who wants to move there.

ajmac on May 29, 2013:

Nice lens you did here on Canadian citizenship quiz.Very good test for anyone to do if they like to become a Canadian.Thank you

BigRedDomino on May 05, 2013:

Good quizzes! Thanks!

Erin Mellor from Europe on May 01, 2013:

I have no intention of becoming Canadian, but I do love taking citizenship quizzes, they say a lot about how a counry views itself.

ConvenientCalendar on April 29, 2013:

I am thinking of moving to canada! This has prepared me! Great lens!

Cynthia Haltom from Diamondhead on April 19, 2013:

Nice lense great quizzes

ian-patrick-716 on April 19, 2013:

Don't think i'm getting in

Doc_Holliday on March 01, 2013:

I didn't ace the tests but it was good fun.

pyngthyngs on February 14, 2013:

There is a lot to learn in becoming a canadian citizen but anything is doable.

anonymous on February 12, 2013:

Gotta love being Canadian! :D

lilantz on January 30, 2013:

Canada might be a good place for a trip. I haven't been there but I was on the border between NY.

anonymous on January 16, 2013:

I've been in Canada, but after taking the quizzes I realise that I should go one more time

Anthony Godinho (author) from Ontario, Canada on January 14, 2013:

@Diva2Mom: Thanks much, my dearest friend ~ stay blessed and huge hug back at ya!

Diva2Mom on January 13, 2013:

Wow, had to come back to refresh my fabulous BLESSING on this excellent lens of yours. Great work again! VERY BLESSED BY A LITTLE SQUID ANGEL. GOD BLESS YOU MY DEAREST AND HUGE HUG!

mrdata on December 31, 2012:

@anonymous: Valuable Quiz! Big thanks and Happy New Year!

anonymous on December 17, 2012:

Gr8 Lens, we visited Toronto a few years ago and loved it. Nice work and well done

myspace9 on November 22, 2012:

Interesting quiz. Nice and informative lens.

anonymous on October 24, 2012:

Thanks for the lens. I thought it was interesting.

Athan360 on September 22, 2012:

I bet lots of people will benefit from this Canadian Citizenship Test lens. Very nice!

Anthony Godinho (author) from Ontario, Canada on September 13, 2012:

Thanks everyone for stopping by and leaving your thoughts and comments on the Canadian citizenship test ~ stay blessed! :)

Anthony Godinho (author) from Ontario, Canada on September 13, 2012:

@Savvy2012: Congrats on your Canadian citizenship and welcome to Squidoo! Good to see that you had fun testing your knowledge on Canada and aced the test. You have a great website and thanks for linking this lens. See you around! :)

Savvy2012 on September 12, 2012:

I will be linking to this lens from my website about Canada. Thanks for this test! I had fun testing myself again, and I did very well! I became a citizen just last year (June 2011). Love this country! :)

Fay Favored from USA on September 02, 2012:

This will help a lot of people needing to take this test. Thank you for providing it.

Leah J. Hileman from East Berlin, PA, USA on August 27, 2012:

I gained a point each time I moved on to a new quiz :P By the time I got to the end, I was acing it. When I started, I didn't know squat.

TheBeautifulLife on August 25, 2012:

Great lense. I like it so much...

clerana on August 13, 2012:

I do like the very practical content.

karen-stephens on August 04, 2012:

Thank you for helping other Canadians. I too help new immigrants..many don't know about life insurance and other necessities.. thanks again!

rt8ca on July 01, 2012:

Great idea, enjoyed your quiz and gained some info on Canada as well. Thanks for sharing!

jazziyarbrough on June 23, 2012:

Yes this test was very helpful. I enjoyed taking it. Thanks so much for sharing. I can tell you this....I didn't know as much as I thought I did about Canada! LOL

Anthony Godinho (author) from Ontario, Canada on June 17, 2012:

@anonymous: Hi Hassan, taking quizzes and practice test will help a great deal. However, I would suggest reading the Discover Canada guide at least twice (cover to cover). You can check my other Citizenship Practice Tests web page as well because it includes questions which appeared in more recent citizenship tests. All the best to you!

anonymous on June 16, 2012:

@ajgodinho: hi ajgodinho do u think if i knew all the 6 quizs and all the 5 test without any mistake i can pass the test ! ?

UKGhostwriter on June 10, 2012:

I enjoyed the quiz and learned a lot

air ambulance s on June 07, 2012:

didn't take the quiz, but I'll definitely recommend this if I know someone that is!!

anonymous on June 02, 2012:

very helpful......Thank U

Anthony Godinho (author) from Ontario, Canada on May 27, 2012:

@anonymous: Good to hear that you did well with your citizenship test. Wishing you all the best with your Canadian citizenship!

anonymous on May 26, 2012:

@ajgodinho: thank you.I did my best job on the citizenship test and thank you for making me feel very good. thank you again.

RetroMom on May 24, 2012:

I learned so much from this lens.

oakstreet on May 19, 2012:

I always miss the nice and beautiful summer of Canada and I enjoy this len. Thank you and a big "like" from me.

nikitakapoor on April 21, 2012:

nice lens, I am sure it'll be helpful to people who are going to apply for Canadian citizenship!! (:

anonymous on March 19, 2012:

Its so helpfull

Anthony Godinho (author) from Ontario, Canada on March 17, 2012:

@anonymous: All the best with your preparation for your upcoming citizenship test. That's great you've read the Discover Canada booklet. Read it at least twice and take practice tests. You can check the other Practice Test web page I created which is based on question obtained from other Canadian residents who took the test. Glad you found this useful.

anonymous on March 17, 2012:

@ajgodinho: I am taking my test soon. I have read the book once but I have been taking lots of practice test and have been doing realatively well. Thanks for this page and the questions. They have been very helpful

Heather Bradford from Canada on March 10, 2012:

Hehehe... I think I'd better stay home!! This was fun considering I've been married to a Canadian for over 20 years! I did shockingly! ;-)

MarkHansen on March 07, 2012:

A great way to learn about Canada.

VillaDejaBlue on February 27, 2012:

Nice lens.

Anthony Godinho (author) from Ontario, Canada on February 16, 2012:

@anonymous: Good to know that you found these Canadian citizenship practice tests useful, Pankaj. Appreciate your feedback and all the best if you're taking your citizenship test!

anonymous on February 16, 2012:

very helpful tests giving confidence.

MelonyVaughan on February 15, 2012:

I had so much fun reading this lens! What a great history lesson!

Joey McClurg from Illinois on January 31, 2012:

Nice set of quizzes! Kinda like the United States Capitals quiz I made, just a different country -=) I went with 1 question per quiz though to inspire more people to take it, and they get more points.

Anthony Godinho (author) from Ontario, Canada on January 25, 2012:

@anonymous: All the best to you as you prepare for your upcoming Canadian citizenship test. You can refer to my other lens on multiple choice questions based on question received from others who recently took their citizenship test. I would recommend reading the Discover Canada booklet at least twice, cover to cover.

anonymous on January 25, 2012:

I'm going to be taking my Canadian citizenship test very soon and I need to get studying. Thanks for the tests - they will really help!

Julia Morais on January 24, 2012:

Canada is one place I'd like to visit someday. Great lens.

SecondHandJoe LM on January 22, 2012:

I've been traveling to Nova Scotia for 40 years, and I did POORLY! Nice lens, I was totally involved!

flycatcherrr on January 21, 2012:

Wow, I was nervous about taking this test! A couple of embarrassing misses in here, but on the whole... not too bad, for a Canadian. ;)

Anthony Godinho (author) from Ontario, Canada on January 20, 2012:

The Canadian citizenship test is relatively difficult and requires some preparation. So don't feel bad about not doing so good guys ;)

XxSadieLadyxX on January 19, 2012:

Yup I did horrible. I definitely got a "F" lol :)

n0elle on January 16, 2012:

I did horrible and I'm canadian! However, I learned a lot!!! Thanks! That was a fun lens!

TeagueChubak LM on January 12, 2012:

For being a Canadian...I did horrible! Great lens.

Lindrus on January 10, 2012:

Very educational lens! Thanks!

dellgirl on January 09, 2012:

Nice lens, very well done, thanks for sharing. This is some useful and helpful information, thanks again.

anonymous on January 06, 2012:

Nice one, informative and useful. Your style of presentation is awesome!Thumbs up !

jadehorseshoe on December 30, 2011:

Very Useful Lens.

Anthony Godinho (author) from Ontario, Canada on December 23, 2011:

@TransplantedSoul: They have changed the citizenship questions, as they do on a regular basis, but the rules of the Canadian citizenship test were relaxed a bit in 2010 which is an advantage to people taking the test now.

TransplantedSoul on December 20, 2011:

A friend of mine had to take this a few years ago. It looks harder now ... eh!

kittitianhill on December 17, 2011:

This is a really good read for me. Must agree that you are one of the coolest bloggers I ever saw. Thanks for posting this informative article.

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timelessearth on December 07, 2011:

Great Lens. Learned a few new facts about Canada from the quizzes. Thanks!

Anthony Godinho (author) from Ontario, Canada on December 03, 2011:

@misterjake: Yeah, these Canadian citizenship practice tests above are a little tough and require some preparation. They are designed and focused more towards helping Canadian residents who are preparing for the actual Canadian citizenship test.

simona55 on December 03, 2011:

thanks for sharing

misterjake on December 02, 2011:

You sure have to know a little bit about Canada to take this test huh? Really nice lens. I learned something new today. Keep up the good work. I am new here so if you don't mind whenever you have a chance please check out my lens and leave a comment. Thanks.

robertsugar lm on December 01, 2011:

Did the quiz. Still have to learn a bit to become Canadian...

anonymous on November 24, 2011:

nice lens..very informative thanks for sharing. squid-liked!!

Johanna Eisler on November 23, 2011:

Wow... it's been far too long since I lived in Canada - I have forgotten so much! Thank you for refreshing my beautiful memories!

Dress2Impress on November 22, 2011:

Haha this test is difficult! But I think I passed :D

Anthony Godinho (author) from Ontario, Canada on November 21, 2011:

@Northwestphotos: Definitely a place worth visiting, eh? I would love to visit there someday myself! :)

Northwestphotos on November 21, 2011:

Good information here. Looking at your last photo of Lake Louise, Alberta, I would love to visit there and spend a few days in their posh lodging hotel. So beautiful! I once visited Waterton Lakes National Park in the Canadian Rockies and couldn't get over the beauty of the scenery!

kimbesa from USA on November 15, 2011:

Thanks! I did not too bad, and I'm not even Canadian!

anonymous on November 12, 2011:

Most excellent quiz about Canadian Citizenship

JoyfulReviewer on November 10, 2011:

Wonderfully informative quizzes ... nicely done!

wilfredpadilla on November 05, 2011:

nice one!

anonymous on November 04, 2011:

I really enjoyed reading your lens. You did a fantastic job!

One squid thumbs up vote issued for this lens :)

KokoTravel on November 02, 2011:

Great work! Thanks!

anonymous on November 01, 2011:

Let me in. I want to go there. Looking for DBA job in Canada!

anonymous on October 31, 2011:

Loved this site I don't know a lot about Canada but I am learning

emmaklarkins on October 31, 2011:

Wow I guess I really don't know that much about Canada :)

kjbranch77 on October 31, 2011:

Well made lens! :) Extremely informative

CreativeArtDesigns on October 29, 2011:

Well done. Great trivia info too!

food monkey on October 27, 2011:

i learned quite a bit as well! nice lens

anonymous on October 19, 2011:

your quiz's were fun! learned something about Canada tonight!

Gift_Bird on October 08, 2011:

Canada rocks! Best fishing ever!

SaintFrantic on October 07, 2011:

Great one.Thanks

Mim Art on October 06, 2011:

Brilliant - I must get my Aussie hubby to read this before he applies for Citizenship!! Great lens!!!!!

Steve Jones from Birmingham UK on October 05, 2011:

Excellent lens - I love Canada !

goo2eyes lm on September 26, 2011:

i did not get 100% but i got most of them right

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