Ask questions here about Canada's constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy.
Ask questions here about Canada's constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy.
Joseph Philippe Pierre Yves Elliott Trudeau (October 18, 1919 - September 28, 2000) served as the 15th Prime Minister of Canada from April 20, 1968 to June 4, 1979, and then again from March 3, 1980 to June 30, 1984.
no, we have our own constitution, our own senate and parilament, , however, we do have a governor general who represents the Queen of Great Britain.
Each Province has it's own Premier. He is the Government leader only of that Province.
The GG is the Queens representative in Canada. He is currently His Excellency David Lloyd Johnson.
Formally, he is appointed by the Queen of Great Britain whose representative he is. In practice, the Canadese Government puts forward the candidate, who today always will be a Canadian himself.
She is a member of the New Democratic Party.
The Canadian head of state is not elected. The head of state in Canada is the monarch (or "sovereign"), and that person is determined using a system of gender-neutral primogeniture. The Parliament of Canada agreed to the current method of selecting the sovereign through its enactment of the Succession to the Throne Act, 2013.
The Communist party. In the early part of that period Lenin was the Party Secretary in power, after him came Stalin.
There is no Premier of Canada. Each Province has a Premier. The country as a whole has a Prime Minister (currently in 2015 , Stephen Harper)
youll find the answer here but will have to put it in youre own words .... Parliament has two parts: the House of Commons and the House of Lords. In contrast to the House of Lords, the House of Commons consisted of representatives from different cities and towns (the name Commons refers to communes or communities). Some towns or areas held elections. In most cases, though, the rich nobles selected a representative from their own… Read More
The first female General Officer in the US Army was Anna May Hays on 11 June 1970.
The Queen has nothing to do with the head of the government. The prime minister used to be picked by the queen but they stopped doing that. The queen is barely recognized in canada. Please don't let that false answer bother you! :P
There are 100 members in the house. Answered by s.m.s
it started in 1870 with John A McDolald
Pierre Elliot Trudeau by passing this act schools started to teach french. French scools started to teach English
1. Employees wanted a fair living wage 2. They wanted fair hours 3. The right to organize in a union
Canada was a British possession. Who was king of England in 1791? George III. Not very democratic.
The current Governor General is Her Excellency the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean.
well first they moved to Canada from china in 1858 for the gold rush that was going on. Then in 1885 more people moved to Canada to help build the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Parliament consists of three parts, the house of commons, the senate and the monarch. Its main roles are to create new laws and modify existing ones to make them the best they can be for Canadian citizens.
The job of the Head of State is to stand over ceremonial events. In the UK the Queen is HEad of State and as such, presides over the Church of England and signs bills.
The three branches of Canadian government are: judical, legislative and executive.
Canada's name, since July 1, 1867, always been, simply, Canada. This is the name used in all treaties, contracts and international legal proceedings. The word "dominion" was never part of Canada's name. It was merely used as a word of description in section 3 of the British North America Act (now the Constitution Act). Until the latter half of the 20th century, it was widely thought that Canada derives its name form the Mohawk word… Read More
Legally, there are only two levels of government in Canada. Federal and Provincial. Canada has a government in the Westminster tradition, meaning basically that Parliament is the supreme authority. This is complicated by the fact that there are two legislative jurisdictions (Federal and Provincial) with separate houses governing each. In theory, each legislature can make any law it chooses within its areas of jurisdiction specified in the Constitution - but a number of these areas… Read More
The 3 powers of Canada's government are Executive, Judicial & Legislative.
They came to Canada because they thought that they could earn good money by farming and vegetation.
he believed it because he did. and that is that He believed conscriptionwas necessary because it was a numbers war. After the battle of Vimy Ridge(?) or Passchaedeale(?) and loosing so many soldiers he belived that it was necessary to enforce a law that would make all of the elligable men for fighting, because it was a war of attrition
In the case of both the federal and provincial levels of government, the structure is divided into three components: the executive branch (which is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the state, and is responsible to an elected legislature); the legislative branch (which creates laws); and the judicial branch (which interprets laws). Executive Branch The executive branch of both the federal and provincial levels of government consists of the Queen (represented by the Governor General… Read More
they both speak English
The Conservative Party of Canada
Nothing - parliament is dissolved during an election. Another View While the Parliament of Canada is dissolved, the Steering Committee of the Senate Standing Committee on Internal Economy, Budgets, and Administration continues to meet in order to make any decisions necessary to carry on the internal management and administration of the Senate of Canada (such as labour issues and expenses). The Board of Internal Economy of the House of Commons also continues to meet to… Read More
Yes, Canada is part of the Commonwealth of Nations.
I don't Know go to Canada and ask them yourself retard maybey they can tell u im not Canadian ...your calling me the retard when you cant spell "maybe"?
If it's a girl you go out with then just lean in and kiss make sure she knows you want to kiss her but don't tell her. If it's a person you don't go out with then say "Who wants to play spin the bottle?" then you could probably get her and maybe some other good looking girls too. If that doesn't work then just try to get to know her then and try to… Read More
Her name is Maureen McTeer.
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He's lowered their taxes, he's kept them safe by strengthening the military, he's led us through the worst recession since the Great Depression - and more.
There have been four Canadian Prime Ministers who were born outside of Canada. They are none other than Sir John A. MacDonald - Scottish and Canadian, Alexander Mackenzie, also Scottish and Canadian, Sir Mackenzie Bowell, Scottish and Canadian, and the most recent, John Turner, English and Canadian. Many Cabinet Ministers throughout history have also held multiple citizenships.
The first Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada (modern day Ontario) was John Graves Simcoe.
Michaelle Jean, since 2005.
"Worst"...is a subjective term. Pierre-Elliot Trudeau who is considered by many to be Canada's greatest prime minister might also be considered the worst as it was his liberal government who set the trend of large social spending that began Canada's decline into debt and structural defecit. John Diefenbaker would be at the top of most people's lists as the man who "killed the avro arrow" Maclean's put John Chretien down as the worst Canadian Prime… Read More
Simply stated, the three levels/kinds of government in Canada are: Federal Provincial Municipal However, legally, there are only two levels of government in Canada. Federal and Provincial. Canada has a government in the Westminster tradition, meaning basically that Parliament is the supreme authority. This is complicated by the fact that there are two parliamentary jurisdictions - Federal and Provincial - with separate houses governing each. In theory, any House of Parliament can make any law… Read More
Paul Joseph Martin (Jr.). Directly prior to that was Jean Chrétien. Paul Joseph Martin (Jr.) was Prime Minister of Canada before Harper.
Alberta does not have a Governor, however, it does have a Lieutenant Governor. As of August 2014, Donald Ethell is the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta. Dave Hancock is Alberta's Premier.
James Shaver Woodsworth (1874-1942) was the first leader of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation. This democratic socialist party later became the New Democratic Party. Woodsworth was a member of the House of Commons of Canada from 1925 until 1942.
He lowered GST, added a tax refund to people over the age of 16... just to say a few.
24 Sussex Drive As the current prime minister, the Right Honourable Stephen Harper stays at 24 Sussex Drive, the official residence of the Canadian head of Government. The residence is located across the street from Rideau Hall, the official residence of the Governor General of Canada (the Queen's representative). 24 Sussex Drive is used as a personal residence for the prime minister and family, and is not the site of any beaurocratic functions of the… Read More
The Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada is the Honourable Bob Rae, P.C., M.P., the House of Commons member for Toronto Center. US answer: The liberal party of the United States, while legitimate, has not had a significant impact on politics lately. You may be thinking of the Libertarian part of the United States. UK answer: William Gladstone Answers given are for the current leaders at the time the question was asked. Answers may… Read More
Joe Clark was the youngest prime minister of Canada. He was 39 when he took office on June 4, 1979.
Headship of Govt. in Canada lies with P.M
There are 106 members of the House of Commons representing Ontario.
Construction on the Alberta Legislature Building started in 1907, and was completed in 1913.
new democrat party
Canada East was not a political entity. It was part of the pre-Confederation Province of Canada. The Province of Canada was one of the three colonies that joined to create Canada, the first country to be created by legislation. The other two colonies were Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Confederation occurred on July 1, 1867. Immediately upon Confederation, the Province of Canada was severed into the Provinces of Ontario and Québec.
The first two ministers in Canada were: The Right Honourable Sir John A. Macdonald G.C.B., K.C.M.G., P.C., P.C.(Can), Q.C., who was sworn in as Prime Minister, and Minister of Justice and Attorney General, who was commissioned by the Governor General to form a Government on May 24, 1867; and Senator the Honourable Jean-Charles Charpais P.C., the Minister of Agriculture, who was sworn-in by the Governor General on the advice of the prime minister on July… Read More
Stephen Harper was elected as MP for Calgary West as a member of the Reform Party in 1993, and served until 1997. He was elected the leader of the Alliance Party (successor to the Reform Party) in 2002, and was elected as MP for Calgary Southwest that same year, which he has been ever since (as of July 2010).In 2003 the Alliance Party merged with the Progressive Conservative Party to form the Conservative Party of… Read More
The dominant political party in Canada during the last century was the Liberal Party.
Currently, there are thirty-seven ministers for Canada. Of these, all thirty-seven are currently members of the Cabinet. (It should be noted that not all members of the ministry have always been members of the Cabinet; the prime minister may recommend appointments of junior ministers who may not be included as members of the Cabinet.)
The Queen's representative in Canada is called the Governor General. The Governor General's responsibilities are almost entirely ceremonial, as any actual power has been stripped away over the years. They technically have the power to call elections and are the Head of State and commander-in-chief, but all of these powers and positions are now subject to the will of elected officials. Their main duties are representing Canada abroad and when receiving foreign dignitaries.
He became a Prime Minister because he got elected and got chosen to be the Prime Minister.
The Queen's representative in the provinces are called Lieutenant Governors. Their counterparts in the territories are called Commissioners, however they are not technically the representatives of the monarch but still act in a similar capacity.
The Canadian prime minister is responsible for providing recommendations to Her Majesty the Queen for the appointment of the Governor General of Canada.
Section 2 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms sets out basic freedoms to which every person in Canada is entitled. These include "freedom of conscience and religion; freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication; freedom of peaceful assembly; and freedom of association." The freedom of conscience and religion means that everyone in Canada is free to hold facts, thoughts, or viewpoints to be… Read More
There are eighteen (18) registered political parties in Canada. The parties registered with Elections Canada are as follows: Animal Alliance Environment Voters Party of Canada Bloc Québécois Canadian Action Party Christian Heritage Party of Canada Communist Party of Canada Conservative Party of Canada Green Party of Canada Liberal Party of Canada Libertarian Party of Canada Marijuana Party Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada New Democratic Party Online Party of Canada Pirate Party of Canada Progressive Canadian Party… Read More
Her Majesty the Queen of Canada is represented at the federal level by His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, the Governor General of Canada. The Governor General performs most of the Queen's functions at the federal level, though some powers continue to be exerciseable exclusively by the Queen (for example, the authorisation to summon extra senators on the Governor General's recommendation, and the power to disallow recently-enacted federal laws on the advice of the… Read More
This question is broad - in what specific field? He's the Prime Minister of Canada, who has made a name for himself as a principled, strong leader both in Canada and abroad. Before that he was the Chief Policy Officer of the Reform Party of Canada, and before that he was an economist.
The Supreme Court in Canada, which is located in Ottawa, Ontario.
From April 22 1963 to April 20 1968!
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The current Lieutenant Governor of Alberta is His Honour Colonel (ret'd) the Honourable Donald Ethell. Donald Ethell
The real head of the Canadian government is Queen Elizabeth II
About $373.5 million per year.
The Right Honourable Prime Minister Stephen Harper
Conservative Party of Canada: Stephen Harper (current prime minister) New Democratic Party (NDP): Nycole Turmel (interim) Liberal Party of Canada: Bob Rae (interim) Bloc Québécois: none* Green Party: Elizabeth May * Gilles Duceppe stepped down and his successor hasn't been chosen yet.
The Prime Minister of British Columbia is the Prime Minister of Canada, currently Stephen Harper. The head of government in BC is the Premier of British Columbia, currently Christy Clark.
Canada is divided into 308 electoral districts (or 'ridings'). Each one has a representative 'MP'. There is no singular Member of Parliament.
Ontario has only one name: Ontario.
There are vast forest and flowing rivers. Canada as the Niagara Falls, the Rookie Mountains,victoria falls and many hot springs. Canada is one of the most beautiful places on earth.
The Governor General of Canada at Confederation was the Right Honourable The Viscount Monck. The first governor general of Canada was John Alexander Macdonald.
3 people were Prime Minister of Canada in 1984, a record year, tied only in 1896, and 1993! Pierre Trudeau was the Prime Minister of Canada from 1968 April 20 to 1979 June 4, and 1980 March 3 to 1984 June 30. John Turner was the Prime Minister of Canada from 1984 June 30 to 1984 September 17. Brian Mulroney was the Prime Minister of Canada from 1984 September 17 to 1993 June 25.
municipal, provincial, federal ==================== Nice try, but those are the three levels of government. The three parts of parliament are the lower house, the upper chamber, and the Monarchy. The lower house is the House of Commons. In Canada, the upper chamber is called the Senate; in Britain it is the House of Lords.
Stephen Harper resides in the house reserved for the Prime Minister. 24 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. alberta
Stephen Harper has been Prime Minister of Canada since 2006 February 6, more than 5 years. He's been an MP since 1993 and the Prime Minister since February 2006.
Canada first became a colony in 1497 when John Cabot first landed and "claimed" the land in the name of the King. Canada officially became the "federal Dominion of Canada" on July 1, 1867, marking the end of British rule over the Head of Government (the British monarch is the Head of State in Canada to this day). So.... around 1497-1867.
There are three Territorial Premiers in Canada. As of 2014, they are Bob McLeod, Northwest Territories; Darrell Pasloski, Yukon; and Peter Taptuna, Nunavut. There are also ten Provincial Premiers as well.
The Governor General of Canada represents Her Majesty the Queen of Canada on the federal stage. The Governor General is appointed by the Queen on the advice of the prime minister. The Governor General performs most of the Queen's functions. At Confederation, the Lieutenant Governor of each province represented the federal Government through the Governor General; however, constitutional jurisprudence has since led to the evolution of the Lieutenant Governors as actual representatives of the Queen… Read More
The local newspapers, the Winnipeg Free Press and Winnipeg Tribune, had lost the majority of their employees due to the strike and took a decidedly anti-strike stance. The New York Times front page proclaimed "Bolshevism Invades Canada." The Winnipeg Free Press called the strikers "bohunks," "aliens," and "anarchists." They ran cartoons depicting hooked-nosed Jewish radicals throwing bombs. These anti-strike views greatly influenced the opinions of Winnipeg residents. However, the majority of the strikers were reformist… Read More
Representation in the House of Commons is based, for the most part, on the principle of "representation by population." Provinces have differing populations, therefore they have differing numbers of seats.
The Right Honourable John Bercow MP, who was elected and took office on 22nd June 2009. The previous speaker was Michael Martin. The Right Honourable John Bercow MP, who was elected and took office on 22nd June 2009.
The Lieutenant Governor represents the Queen in right of a province. As the provincial representative of the Queen, the Lieutenant Governor ensures that the province always has a premier who enjoys the support of a majority of members of the province's elected legislature. The Lieutenant Governor also appoints members of the province's Executive Council (i.e., ministers) on the advice of the premier. The Lieutenant Governor summons, prorogues, and dissolves the provincial legislature on the advice… Read More
Electoral districts (or "ridings") are the areas from which members of the House of Commons are elected, and for which those members are responsible for representing. There are currently 308 electoral districts. The number and boundaries of electoral districts are revisited and revised every ten (10) years. See Related Links for the most recent set-up of electoral districts.
Canadians have a constitution and a bicameral parliament. They elect a president and leaders of individual provinces, and have many local governments.
Dennis Fentie won two elections in 2002 and 2006 both by a majority government.....................but should you trust a ten-year old Dennis Fentie won two elections in 2002 and 2006 both by a majority government.....................but should you trust a ten-year old Dennis Fentie won two elections in 2002 and 2006 both by a majority government.....................but should you trust a ten-year old
The Queen's provincial representatives: Lieutenant Governors There is one Lieutenant Governor for each province, who acts as a representative for Her Majesty the Queen of Canada for that province. The Lieutenant Governor is appointed by the Governor General, on the advice of the prime minister (usually having consulted with the provincial premier). There are ten Lieutenant Governors at the moment: His Honour the Hon. David C. Onley, O.Ont., Lieutenant Governor of Ontario His Honour the… Read More