#1 Which political ideology is best represented by these slogans?
#2 Which statement completes the chart?
A. Senate approves the bill.
B. Cabinet examines the contents of the bill.
C. Bill receives the Prime Minister’s signature.
D. Bill fails on its Third Reading in the House of Commons.
#3 What is a primary function of the Cabinet?
A. To appoint the Governor General.
B. To grant patronage to opposition members.
C. To assist the Prime Minister in policy making.
D. To give Royal Assent to bills passed in the House of Commons.
#4 How does the legislative process for an order-in-council differ from that of other laws?
A. It is issued directly by the Cabinet.
B. It is passed after the House is recalled.
C. It requires only the consent of the Senate.
D. It relies on the authority of the Supreme Court.
#5 What is a similarity between lobbying and petitioning?
A. They are sources of tax revenue.
B. They are types of civil disobedience.
C. They are strategies to influence government.
D. They are examples of political party discipline.
#6 What circumstance must have changed to result in this headline?
A. a rise in Canada’s emigration rate
B. growth in the province’s population
C. provincial support for the government
D. an increase in the parliamentary budget
#7 To which location on the map does this statement refer?
#8 How was the Hundred Days Campaign different from other Canadian military engagements in World War One?
A. Canadian merchant marines protected supply convoys.
B. Canadian pilots fought in the air, allowing ground troops to retreat.
C. Canadian troops conducted a war of attrition in mud-filled swamps.
D. Canadian soldiers advanced continuously, pushing back enemy forces.