Being loyal to Canada, recycling newspapers, serving in the navy, army or air force.
Buying Canadian products, owning your own business, using less water.
Obeying the law, taking responsibility for oneself and one's family, serving on a jury.
Learning both official languages, voting in elections, belonging to a union.
Canadian English and British English.
English and French.
English and Chinese.
English and Inuit.
Mining, services and manufacturing.
Fishery, tourism and services.
Oil, tourism and manufacturing.
Natural resources, manufacturing and services.
A federal state, a parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy.
A socialist country, a constitutional democracy and a parliamentary monarchy.
A kingdom, a parliamentary democracy and a constitutional monarchy.
A federal nation, a constitutional democracy and a parliamentary monarchy.
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Alberta, Manitoba.
New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Province of Canada (Ontario and Quebec).
New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Province of Canada (Ontario and Quebec).
Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Province of Canada (Ontario and Quebec).
Divided the Province of Quebec into Upper and Lower Canada.
The birth of Canada.
Canada’s tolerance of religious traditions under the law.
Peace, Order and Good Government.
Multiculturalism. Peace and Order.
Mobility Rights, Order and Good Government.
War, Order and Good Government.
Peace, Order and Good Government.
Men and women are equal under the law.
To guarantee the due process under the law.
Freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression.
No person or group is above the law.
Sir John A. Macdonald.
Sir Isaac Brock.
Sir Louis-Hippolyte La Fontaine.
Sir Guy Carleton.
Executive, Police and Judicial.
Executive, Senate and Judicial.
Sovereign, Senate, House of Commons.
Executive, Legislative and Judicial.
Get higher education.
Own a house.
Get health insurance.
Vote in the federal and provincial election.
Canada won Olympic gold medal in 2008 in this event.
None of these.
It is the most popular spectator sport and Canada's national winter sport.
It is a national summer sport.
Freedom of conscience and religion.
Canada’s head of state is a hereditary sovereign (queen or king), who reigns in accordance with the constitution.
A fundamental characteristic of the Canadian heritage and identity.
Freedom of association.
British Columbia joined Canada in 1871 after Ottawa promised to build a railway to the West Coast.
Provides a spectacular tourist excursion across precipitous passes and bridges.
The railway made it possible for immigrants to settle in the Central Canada.
British Columbia handles billions of dollars in goods traded around the world.
Free trade between Canada, USA and Mexico.
Free trade between Canada and UK.
Free trade between Canada and China.
Free trade between Canada and Japan.
Premier, House of Commons and Senate.
Sovereign, House of Commons and MPs.
Sovereign, House of Commons and Senate.
Sovereign, Police and Senate.
Freedom to buy a house and freedom of religion.
Freedom of speech and freedom of religion.
Freedom of speech and freedom of mobility.
Freedom to work anywhere and freedom of religion.
More than 600,000 Canadians served in the war.
Ensured that Canada remained independent of the United States.
More than two-thirds of the Acadians were deported from their homeland.
North America was divided by war.