Canada Day has arrived, the annual day where we all celebrate our shared home.
Being Canadian means taking pride in where you live, and that includes knowing a thing or two about the country’s past and present.
Immigrants who wish to become Canadian citizens — like the ones taking their Oath of Citizenship at a ceremony in Vancouver this morning — have to pass a citizenship test that quizzes them on that knowledge.
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But would the average Canadian do any better?
We’ve taken some questions from a sample citizenship test provided by the Richmond Public Library to see how well you know the true north strong and free.
Take a run through our quiz below, or take the full sample test here.
Questions courtesy of Richmond Public Library