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  1. Canada Government

  2. Canadian constitution • Constitution act of 1867, what made Canada it combined four providence’s under the name of Canada • Executive power resides in the Queen. • Parliament consists of the Queen, the Senate, and the House of Commons • Unemployment insurance • English and French can be used in Parliament, and Canada's laws must be in both languages.

  3. Rule of law • Unlimited taxation • Every citizen has the right to vote and run for office federally and provincially. • Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person.  • Unreasonable search and seizure is forbidden. • No one can be subjected to cruel or unusual treatment or punishment.

  4. Fairness of the law and execution right to equal protection and benefit under the law without discrimination. right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty.

  5. Due process • Protection from unreasonable search or seizure • The right to a fair trial, through due process of law

  6. Econmic rights Solid protection of property rights and an independent judiciary that enforces anti-corruption measures effectively

  7. Parliamentary Gov. • ● “Government by a body of cabinet ministers who are chosen from and responsible to the legislature and act as advisers to a nominal chief of state.“ • Austrlia • The bahamas • Belgium • Cambodia • Denmark • Japan Parliamentar Government the monarch, the Senate, and the House of Commons

  8. Unique provisions • The have the environmental watch going on to make there country more healthier and less polluted.

  9. Government • Judicial • Legislative = • executive They refer to it as the crown

  10. Powers • Legislative – make and debate the laws. • Executive – comprised of the cabinet and bureaucracy of the government and they carry out government business and laws • Judicial – comprised of the varios courts of canada. They deciede who broke the law and the punishment that corresponds

  11. Term Limits • Unlimited Five-year term

  12. Number of memebers • 105 members of the upper house • 308 members of the lower house

  13. People represented and elections. • represented by a viceroy the governor general. • The Senate and the House of Commons each element having its own officers and organization.

  14. Process of elections • each province is divided up into political areas called ridings which are based on the population distribution

  15. isuuses • Air pollution is a problem in metropolitan areas