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Question 1: The Liberals and the NDP are calling for a ________ (RCMP) investigation into possible security breaches, including Bernier's.
Environment CanadaCanada Border Services AgencyRoyal Canadian Mounted PoliceOntario Provincial Police

Question 2: In April 2008, during a trip to Afghanistan, he told reporters that he wanted the governor of ________ Asadullah Khalid to be replaced.

Question 3: He was also the minister responsible for Statistics Canada, replacing the former minister, ________.
Jean ChrétienJohn CrosbieDavid EmersonArt Eggleton

Question 4: He won 67 percent of the vote, the best performance for a Conservative candidate in a riding east of ________.

Question 5: Following a cabinet shuffle in August 2007, Bernier, the neophyte MP,[3] was appointed as Minister of Foreign Affairs replacing ________ who became the Minister of National Defence.
Peter MacKayGordon O'ConnorBill GrahamJoe Clark

Question 6: In the interim period, however, about one thousand prisoners affiliated with the Taliban and warlord and ethnic insurgencies, even some believed to be with ________, escaped from the major prison in Kandahar.
Abu SayyafIslamic terrorismAl-QaedaOsama bin Laden

Question 7: Maxime Bernier, PC, MP (born January 18, 1963) is a Canadian member of Parliament and former ________.
AzerbaijanForeign ministerCyprusMontenegro

Question 8: He was regarded as belonging to the ________ wing of the party.
Anarcho-capitalismLibertarianismRobert NozickIndividualist anarchism

Question 9: He was replaced as Minister of Foreign Affairs by ________ on a short term basis,[10] with fellow Quebec Tory MP Josée Verner taking over as Minister responsible for La Francophonie.
David EmersonArt EggletonJohn CrosbieJean Chrétien

Question 10: A businessman and lawyer, he was elected to the ________ in the January 2006 federal election to represent the riding of Beauce, Quebec.
Senate of CanadaParliament of CanadaHouse of Commons of CanadaPolitics of Canada


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