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Which two countries battles for Canadian territory?
Germany and the USA
Mexico and the USA
Great Britain and France
France and China
What was the name of the war for Canadian territory?
World War One
French and Indian War
World War Two
What is the name for French speaking Canadians?
What province in Canada speaks primarily French and is mostly Roman Catholic?
What was the primary focus of the 1867 British North America Act?
Citizens wanted referendums over the primary language of the country.
Citizens wanted to join the United States.
Citizens wanted tax reforms
Citizens wanted political independence from its mother country
Those who opposed the Quebec Independence Movement did so for which reason?
They were afraid Quebec would join England and take over Canada.
They wanted Quebec to continue to be unhappy.
They wanted to keep the natural resources that helped the economy.
They didn’t feel Quebec mattered in Canada
Many people supported the Quebec Independence Movement. What is a reason for this?
They wanted to preserve their culture and language for the future.
They wanted to become part of France again.
They hoped by becoming independent, they could join the United States
They wanted to be part of the UK.
In 1980 and 1995 Quebec voted to secede. What was the outcome?
Quebec is now an independent country within Canada.
Quebec is now part of the United States.
Quebec voted to stay in Canada.
Quebec voted to join the UK.
The Province of Quebec is different than the rest of Canada due to their language and religion. What is their language and religion?
English and Protestant
French and Catholic
French and Protestant
English and Catholic
Which statement about Quebec is FASLE?
French is the official language of Quebec.
Referendums on Quebec's sovereignty were held in 1980 and 1995.
Many Francophones in Quebec are separatists.
Quebecers voted to become independent from Canada in the 1995 referendum.
After the French and Indian War Canada was divided into "Upper Canada" and "Lower Canada." Who lived in "Lower Canada?"