Unfortunately, I seems he can . . .The Royal PrerogativeThe royal prerogative are the powers given to the crown by the common law. These powers are unique to the crown and have no equivalent power to any one else. In modern times, the royal prerogative has fallen into disuse. The courts have held that there is no longer the prerogative power to legislate or administer justice, and there remains little of this power left. The prerogative exists primarily as a convention and is generally accepted as no longer being enforced by the courts.
The Constitution Act, 1867 was not meant to be a complete constitution for an independent country. In 1867, the territory of what is now Canada was broken up into several provinces of the British Empire. The Constitution Act, 1867 was simply a statute passed by the British Parliament to federate several of its provinces. The relations between the Empire and its Canadian colonies would remain the same: the Empire would still run Canada's foreign affairs, sign and ratify treaties on its behalf, and declare war in its name.
When Canada became an independent country, the powers that the British Empire exercised on Canada's behalf fell to the federal government. However, they were not powers that the Canadian Parliament (legislature) inhereited. Rather, they were powers that the Governor-General inherited. As stated above, the powers of the Governor-General are in fact exercised by the Prime Minister. Therefore, decisions on how to run Canada's foreign affairs, to sign and ratify treaties, and declare war are not decisions that the Parliament of Canada make. Rather, they are made directly by the Prime Minister and Cabinet.
Sunday September 10th 1939 Canada goes to war under Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King.
Sir Robert L. Borden was the Prime Minister of Canada from 1911 - 1920 (World War 1).Sir Robert Borden was Prime Minister of Canada during World War I.Sir Robert Borden was the prime minister of Canada during World War I.
Sir Robert Borden was the Prime Minister of Canada throughout World War I.
Which war? Prime Minister of which country? (I can think of UK, Canada, Australia, there must be many with prime ministers)
Robert Borden was the Prime Minister of Canada during World War I.
Which war? Please reask questions.
Sir Robert Borden was Prime Minister of Canada during World War I.
The Prime Minister has the ability to declare war on another country. The Prime Minister would consult with the Queen or King first. The Queen or King rules over the military. If his or her Majesty agrees to the declaration of war the Parliament would be consulted next. However the PM can declare war on his or her Majesty's say so.
No, he was never Prime Minister, although he was a politician. However, his grandson, William Lyon Mackenzie King, was a Prime Minister during a World War. Sir John A. Macdonald was the first Prime Minister of Canada.
William Lyon Mackenzie King was the Canadian Prime Minister during the second world war .
Robert Borden Robert Borden
Sir Robert Borden from 1917 -1920
Well, the Prime minister during this war was actually Greenville. Prime minister Greenville.
Anyone can declare war on another country. That does not mean all will follow you, nor make it 'legal', if that has any meaning here. It is of course also possible to declare war on your own country, the tragic results of which are there for all to read.For a country to declaring war on another country is a different matter, it would take the ruling government to decide to go to war. There may be provisions for it within documents or simply the authority of the ruling party or person.Usually only the President, Prime Minister or Cabinet of a country can declare war
Yes. When England declared war against Germany, Australian Prime Minister Robert Menzies also formally declared war.
Ã‰tienne FranÃ§ois, duc de Choiseul was the leader of the government in France from 1758. The position was not officially called the Prime Minister during that time. Canada did not have a Prime Minister until 1867.
British Prime Minister Herbert Asquith
The US is not goverened by a Prime Minister.
prime minister, Winston Churchill
The U S A does not have a prime minister
Winston Churchill was the war time British Prime Minister during World War 2.
Yes He Was The Prime Minister Of Cuba During The Cold War
If you mean World War 2, the British Prime Minister was Neville Chamberlain.
On the five-dollar bill you will find Sir Wilfred Laurier, the first french Prime Minister of Canada. On the ten-dollar bill is Sir John Alexander MacDonald, the first Prime Minister of Canada. On the twenty-dollar bill is Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the current queen of Canada the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth countries. The fifty-dollar bill contains the portrait of William Lyon Mackenzie King, the Prime Minister of Canada during the Second World War. You will find a picture of Sir Robert Borden, the Prime Minister of Canada during the First World War, on the one hundred-dollar bill.