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A major difference between Canada’s economy and the United States economy is what?
a) large government interaction b) free enterprise c) use same money d) small government interaction
A major similarity between Canada’s economy and the United States economy is what?
a) large government interaction b) free enterprise c) use same money d) small government interaction
True or False? Provencal governments have control over health care, education, and the use of resources.
a) True b) False c) d)
Canada is divided into smaller political units called…
a) Provinces and territories b) Provinces c) Territories d) States
Canada’s government is called a(n)…
a) Monarchy b) Dictatorship c) Constitutional Monarchy d) Democracy
Canada’s Monarch (King / Queen) by law has…
a) all the power b) enough power to make citizens live miserable c) only half the power d) really no power
Who is Canada’s monarch?
a) King / Queen of Great Britain b) King / Queen of Canada c) King / Queen of Zimbabwe d) King / Queen of Alice In Wonderland
Some modern day Kings and Queens have ______ as a president.
a) more power b) less power c) the same power d) none of these
Canada is abundant in all of these except for which one?
a) forests b) minerals c) sand d) land
What percent of Canadians work in Agriculture?
a) 1% b) 2% c) 7% d) 10%
All of these are forestry products except for which of the below?
a) Lumbar b) Ply Wood c) Chain Saws d) Paper
Canadians mine for all of these except for which of the below?
a) Uranium b) Gold c) Zinc d) Plutonium
What percent of Canadians work in manufacturing?
a) 14% b) 17% c) 21% d) 26%
One of the main industries in Canada is the processing of what?
a) trees b) minerals and resources like trees c) minerals d) plastics and minerals
Trees are processed into all of the below except for which of the below?
a) logs b) boards c) cardboard d) wood pulp
What percent of Canadians work in service industries?
a) 10% b) 25% c) 50% d) 75%
Historically Canada’s economy relied heavily on…
a) Trade b) Shipping c) Fishing d) Stealing
Today Canada heavily participates in…
a) Multinational Industrialization b) Teddy bear smuggling c) International Trade d) Olympic Games
What two things has Canada recently started to export?
a) Timber Minerals b) Teddy Bears Machinery c) Minerals Air Products d) Cars Machinery
What does NAFTA stand for?
a) Noteworthy And Free Trade Agreement b) North American Free Trade Agreement c) Novice Atlantic Fencing Training Auditorium d) Nothing Australia Founds Takes Awesomeness
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