What are responsibilities of the federal government in Canada?
I have a test on this... the federal government stand for the whole country so think about it... What can be the responsabilities for the whole country? I will try to find my book where it said the answer okay? When I find it, I will write the answers. ☺☻♥
There is no territorial government of Canada. Since Canada is a federation there is a federal government. Canada's provinces are part of the federation and its territories are neither separate provincial entities nor fully federal but are quasi-federal. The three territories of Canada are: Northwest Territories; Yukon; and Nunavut.
What article in the constitution tells what the states can do and what the federal government can do?
The head of state is the Canadian monarch, Currently Elizabeth II. Related Information: Canada's government is a constitutional monarchy and most of the monarch's responsibilities are discharged by the federal viceroy, the governor general of Canada. However, the governor general appoints a prime minister to chair the federal cabinet, which is the main executive decision making body. The effective head of Canada's government is the Prime Minister, currently Stephen Harper.