Federal means national, as in national police force like the FBI in USA, and the RCMP in Canada, or as in a federal court or judge, not a city, regional, provincial or state court or judge.
Canada isn't "in" a federal election. It's having one because Canada is a federated country just like the USA or Russia.
It is in the Federal District (federal entity much like Washington, DC).
The U.S is a federal sate. That means that the Federal Governement shares its powers with the U.S. states and cannot take their power away like the British parliament can suspend the Northern Ireland Assembly (it has done so for 4 times).false
Laws like our state and federal laws.
explain how the indiana state government is similar to our federal government
A queen is the head of state in a country like Canada.
no its not in a state and its not a state the reason being if it were in a state it would have to follow state laws so its more like a province
of a state he's basically like the vice president is at the federal level.
U.S.A is the country and texas is a state like in canada Quebec is a province.
Federal takes the lead as the law.
Of coarse we have representatives. They are elected by voters just like in America. Canada has Members of Parliament (MP) which is a Federal entity, and Members of Provincial Parliament (MPP) which is Provinical (State), they are elected officials. Canada also has Senators, but they are not elected, they are appointed by the Governor General on the advisement of the Prime Minister.
USA is a richer nation than Canada.Canada is richer per person than the USA. Canada has way more resources and less debt. Canada also has lower taxes. Self employed people in the USA pay "self employment" tax of 17,000k on the first 100k of income (then federal taxes, state taxes, local taxes, etc.). Canada has comparable federal tax rates (though higher provincial taxes vs. state taxes), but nothing like the 17k self employment tax. Not only are Canadians taxed less, they have healthcare that is worth at a minimum thousands of dollars per year.
It was part of Canada,so it wasn't a state yet
The part of the federal government which is most like the New York Stat Assembly is the House of Representatives.
Yes, the Federal Government cannot be taxed by the states, however the States can be taxed by the Federal Government. Just like the State cannot be taxed by local municipalities and Municipalities cannot be taxed by Townships.
Well. Canada is HUGE. That's like saying which US state is similar in size to the entire USA. Alaska is the largest US state, so that is probably the closest answer.
Sovereign- Governor general-Prime Minister Parliment- House of Commons, Senate Judiciary- Supreme Court of Canada, Federal Court of Canada
The federal government is the body that governs the whole country instead of just a state. The federal government is like a big umbrella over the whole country.
Well, there is local governments in the UK. I think.
In programming. True/false can come in handy when asking questions like; "What is the state of this?"
The House of Representatives
Like Vat and Toll Taxes
Looks like idiot have not been studying in History class.
Like Australia, the USA and several other countries, Canada was formed with a federal form of government. Provinces are a fundamental part of Canada. Seven of the ten provinces had been in existence before Canada was created. Governmental responsibility is divided between the federal government and the provincial governments. The federal government has certain governing powers and the provincial governments have other governing powers. Most of these can be found in sections 91 and 92 of the Constitution Act.
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