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Why are the prime minister and king or queen the main ones in charge in Canada?

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Canada's government is a constitutional monarchy which means a king or queen shares power with an elected leader. the queen of England, queen elisabeth II has no political power over Canada any more and is just a political figurehead or a ceramonial leader. the prime minister, steven Harper has all the power.

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