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Following elimination of racially based immigration policies in Canada by the late 1960s, immigration began from all parts of the world. Toronto's population grew to more than one million in 1951 and doubled to two million by 1971. By the 1980s, Toronto had surpassed Montreal as Canada's most populous city and the chief economic hub. During this time, in part due to the political uncertainty raised by the resurgence of the Quebec sovereignty movement, many corporations moved their head offices from Montreal to Toronto and other Canadian cities. In 1954, the City of Toronto was federated into a regional government known as Metropolitan Toronto. Later metropolitan government began to manage services that crossed municipal boundaries. In 1967, the seven smallest municipalities of the region were merged into their larger neighbors, resulting in a six-city configuration that included the old City of Toronto and the surrounding municipalities of East York, Etobicoke, North York, Scarborough and York. In 1998, six metropolitan governments were dissolved into a single municipality, creating the current City of Toronto.
 
Question 1:
What was the primary reason for the growth of Toronto's population to two million by 1971?

MontrealElimination of racially based immigration policies

Quebec sovereignty movementCorporations moving to Toronto
 
Question 2:
How many metropolitan governments were dissolved to form the City of Toronto municipality?

OneTwo

SevenSix
 
Question 3:
When did Toronto surpass Montreal as Canada's most populous city?

19711954

19801998
 
Question 4:
What caused the multinational corporations to move their head offices from Montreal to Toronto?

Quebec sovereignty movementElimination of racially based immigration policies

Toronto's population doubled to two million by 1971Other western Canadian cities
 
Question 5:
The metropolitan government began to manage services that were __________.

Using waterCrossing municipal boundaries

Using public transitCrossing states
 
Question 6:
The second world war started by the German invasion of Poland and the Japanese invasion of Manchuria.

The above sentence is ___________.

A fantasyA fact

An emotionA dialogue
 
Question 7:
Which of the following statement is an odd one amongst four?

Excess CO2 causes the earth's temperature to rise.This temperature rise is called the "Global Warming"

Global warming can cause the rise in ocean's water level.Water level in my city water tank is low.
 
Question 8:
What is the meaning of the phrase "When all think alike, no one is thinking very much"?

Thinking hard is badWhen you think very much it is good

To produces diverse ideas people need to think a lot moreWhen all think alike, it is very much thinking
 
Question 9:
Hibiscus is a plant in the family Malvaceae that is native to warm climate, subtropical and tropical regions throughout the world. There are annual and perennial Hibiscus plants, as well as woody shrubs and small trees too. Hibiscus leaves are alternate, simple, ovate to lanceolate, often with a toothed or lobed margin. Its flowers are large, conspicuous, trumpet-shaped, with five or more petals, ranging from white to pink, red, purple or yellow, and from 4-15 cm broad.

What can be an appropriate title of this paragraph?

"Hibiscus Plant""A Tropical Plant"

"Perennial Hibiscus Plants""Pink, Red, Purple and Yellow Flowers"
 
Question 10:
But here the Ki-Ki spoke up quickly in their mild voices, saying:
"That is not our idea, your Highnesses."

In the above sentence, Ki-Ki's argument is ___________.

An agreementA disagreement

A jokeA song for praise
 
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