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Grade 6 Canada
In 1608, this French explorer sailed from France to present-day Canada.
  1. Jacques Cartier
  2. Samuel de Champlain
  3. Marquis de Lafayette
  4. Pierre Charles L'Enfant
Grade 6 Canada
Why is the Saint Lawrence River most important to Canadians?
  1. Because it creates hydroelectric power
  2. Because it links Canada's interior with the sea
  3. Because it offer a place for swimming and boating
  4. Because it makes areas near Hudson Bay wealthier
Grade 8 Canada
Which was not a cause of the North-West Rebellion?
  1. Louis Riel refused to come back to aid in the rebellion.
  2. The Metis did not trust the government.
  3. The government had not lived up to its promise of providing machinery.
  4. The railroad was too far away.
Grade 6 Canada
In what way has history affected Canada's government?
  1. It is model joint ring on and France's government.
  2. It abides by the laws featured in Britain's Constitution.
  3. It still has Britain's queen as its monarch.
  4. It follows the plan for government of the United States.
Grade 6 Canada
Where are Canada's two largest cities, Toronto and Montreal, located?
  1. in the Appalachian region
  2. along the Atlantic coast
  3. in the St. Lawrence lowlands
  4. in the Canadian Cordillera
Grade 6 Canada
How is Canada's government different from that of the United States?
  1. It has separation between its branches.
  2. It is guided by a constitution.
  3. It is a constitutional monarchy.
  4. It is a representative democracy.
Grade 6 Canada
Which of the following supports the idea that Canada is a "cultural mosaic"?
  1. Canadians of British heritage often consider their culture the main culture of Canada.
  2. Canada encourages it's many ethnic groups to keep their traditions and languages.
  3. Canada created the territory of Nunavut for the Inuit people to govern.
  4. Canadians of French heritage often speak only French and practice French culture.
Grade 6 Canada
Who explored and colonized Canada?
  1. Native Americans
  2. Americans
  3. British and French
  4. Vikings
Grade 5 Canada
Which areas of North America did France claim because of explorer Jacques Cartier?
  1. Newfoundland/Saint Lawrence River
  2. Florida
  3. Eastern Canada
  4. Hudson Valley
Grade 6 Canada
During its years as a Dominion, what was Canada's relationship with Britain?
  1. Britain give control to French Canadians, not British Canadians.
  2. Canada government itself, but Britain controlled Canada's foreign affairs.
  3. Canada was fully independent from Britain.
  4. Britain gave limited control to Canada but maintained control over major issues.
Grade 5 Canada
Which river did Jacques Cartier sail up in Canada?
  1. Hudson River
  2. St. Marks River
  3. St. Lawrence River
Grade 6 Canada
Which of the following is a fact about Multicultural Society in Canada?
  1. New immigrants are always adaptable to new ideas.
  2. Canada's cities are among the world's most diverse.
  3. Government should not be involved and cultural issues.
  4. Being like everyone else is better than diversity.
Grade 6 Canada
Which sentence best explains the lasting effects of the fur trade?
  1. Trading Post for successful north of New France.
  2. Canada became a diverse country.
  3. Upper and Lower Canada were Unified.
  4. France established a colony at present day Quebec.
Grade 6 Canada
How did Canada's participation in World War 2 affect its economy?
  1. Its economy suffered.
  2. Its economy became more diversified.
  3. Its economy became dependent on agriculture.
  4. Its economy had widespread unemployment.
Grade 6 Canada
Which of the following is an effect of immigration in Canada in the early 1900s?
  1. Canada had 5 new provinces and its land stretch to the Pacific coast.
  2. Canada welcomes immigrant farmers, which led to improved agricultural methods.
  3. Canada's economy grew and it became more diverse.
  4. Canada established itself as a world leader.
Grade 3 Canada
The capital of Canada is
  1. Toronto
  2. Ottawa
  3. Quebec
  4. Edmonton
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