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Has three parts which work together to decide on policies and laws to address the issues that concern Canadians. Parliament
What is the highest rank of government in Canada? Federal
Government that handles local issues. Municipal
Who is Canada's Head of State? Queen Elizabeth II
Which branch has the power to make and change laws? Legislative
In 1918, who was granted the ability to vote? Women
Who is the current Politcial Party in power? Liberal
Who is the Prime Minister of Canada? Justin Trudeau
Where is the first reading held for a bill? House of Commons
Where is the parliament building? Ottawa
Who was the first woman elected to the House of Commons? Agnes Macphail
Where do you go to vote? Polling Station
What is the level of Government that deals with issues in Ontario? Provincial
Who was the first prime minister in Canada? Sir John A Macdonald
Who holds the most seats in the Senate Conservative

Canadian Government Word Search

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Canadian History Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Who is the first Canadian to walk in space? Hadfield
First Canadian Prime Minister? Macdonald
Canada's National sport? lacrosse
Canada's animal? Beaver
Canada's Capital city? Ottawa
Which province was the last to join Canada? Newfoundland
Canada's winter sport? Curling
Canada's leaf? MapleLeaf
First Female Canadian to join the Government? AgnesMacphail
Canada's color? Red
What are Canada's citizens called? Canadians
What are Canada's fries called? Poutine
Which province is our capital city in? Ontario
Canada's longest season? Winter
Canada's largest city? Toronto

The Government of Canada Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Which level of Government is responsible for things that affect all of Canada? Federal
What type of Government does Canada have? Democracy
After the bill passes through the House of Commons where does it go? Senate
Who is the Monarch of Canada? Queen Elizabeth II
Which level of Government is responsible for things that affect an individual province? Provincial
During the Constitutional Act (1982) Canada achieved full legislative________? Independence
what political party runs Canada currently? Liberal
Which level of Government is responsible for things that affect individual cities, towns, etc.? Municipal
What is the next step after a bill is introduced? firstreading
The Legislative Branch of Government has the power to make and amend_______. Laws
What politcal party was Canada's former Prime Minister (Steven Harper) from? Conservative
The Senate is also known as the_______house. upper
There are two chambers in the Federal Parliament. They are the Senate and________. Houseof Commons
What province entered Confederation in 1870? Manitoba
_______has three parts which work together to decide on policies and laws to adress the issues that concern Canadians Parliament

Canadian Government Word Search

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Queen
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supreme court
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Provincial
Municipal
democracy
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Justin Trudeau
branch
Parliament
legislation
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House Commons
senate
Premier
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Law
Prime Minister
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official opposition

parliament Crossword

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Description

the greater number. majority
a legislative, elected body of government parliament
commonwealth parliament canberra
State parliament victoria
a group of countries or peoples united by a common interest commonwealth
the activities associated with the governance of a country or area. politics
having two chambers or houses, especially of a law-making body bicameral
the senior permanent official who advises on procedure and records the decisions of the house. clerk
the joining together of two or more groups or parties, usually to form a government or opposition coalition
the set of basic rules by which a country or state is governed constitution
a formal discussion in which different views are put to arrive at a decision debate
a way of governing a country in which the people elect representatives to form a government on their behalf democracy
the branch of government which carries out or administers the laws executive
having to do with the national Parliament or government rather that state parliaments or governments federal
the forming of a nation by the union of a number of states federation
representative of the Queen in a state of the Commonwealth of Australia Governor
the second largest political party or coalition of parties after the government party in the House of Representatives opposition
the head of the national government, the chief minister in some countries, including Australia prime minister
a matter that has been referred to a parliamentary committee for consideration. reference
a law made under the authority of an Act of Parliament
 regulation
a vote by all voters on a question referendum
the signing of a bill by the Governor-General, which is the last step in making a bill into an Act of Parliament, or law royal assent
One of the two houses of the federal Parliament of Australia, which has 76 Senators senate
a member of the Australian Senate senator
a parliamentary period which starts on the first day of sitting after an election session
a proposal for a new law which has been presented to Parliament bill
system of government originating in Britain westminster system
the committee of senior ministers responsible for controlling government policy. council
the greater number majority
choosing someone to hold public office or some other position by voting. elected

civics Crossword

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a group of interacting people who share a community society
the united state is which type of democracy republic
what type of government has no laws anarchy
which parliament deals with postal service federal
which province did women get the right to vote first manitoba
who was canadas first prime minister John a macdonald
a form of decision making in which all group members have a vote democratic
the ability of an idividual or group to get what it wants power
membership in a political community citizanship
a type of gorvernment that has no election dictatorship
type of government that has a king or a gueen monarchy
sir a macdonalds home town in ontario kingston
which parliment deals with city parks municipal
what parliment deals with healthcare provincial
this type of government began in Athens democracy

Canadian Government Crossword

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Description

Canada's government is a. Democracy
The level of government for all of Canada is _____ Federal
the level of government that governs a province is. Provincial
the level of government that governs townships or cities is. Municipal
who can vote in the federal elections. canadian citizens
Justin Trudeau is the leader of the ________ Party. Liberal
Rona Ambrose is the leader of the _____ party. Conservative
before getting the royal assent a bill must pass through the _____. Senate
Canada today was first created by Prime Minister______. JohnA MacDonald
The Govenor General represents the ______. Queen
In the house of commons a bill can be introduced by a ___. MP
In the Senate a bill can be introduced by a ____. Senator
Tom Mulcair is the leader of the ____ party NDP
the last province/territory to join the nation of canada is _____. Nunavut
Before a Bill can become law the ______ ______ must give the royal Assent Govenor General
The Prime Minister of Canada is _______. Justin Trudeau

Canadian Government Word Search

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Polling Station
Ballot
Election Campaign
Electoral Districts
Bills
Cabinet
Speaker
Opposition
Opposition House Leader
Loyal Opposition
Political Party
Election
Members of Parliament
Immigrant
Speech from the Throne
Governor General
Prime Minister
House of Commons
Senate
Sovereign
Parliament
Political map
Federal
Votes
Candidate
Elected
Democracy

Canadian Government Crossword

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Crossword
Description

What nation formed in 1866 that included Nova Scotia and New Brunswick? Dominion of Canada
Who is the Monarchy represented by in Canada? Governor General
Which governement is responsible for food safety in Canada? Federal Government
When trying to turn a bill into a law, where does the second reading happen? House of Commons
Which political party is considered to be right wing in Canada? Conservatives
Which political spectrum is more open to change? Left wing
What is the final step before a bill is turned into a law? Royal Assent
________________ has the power to decide who has broken the law Judicial Branch
_____________ are elected to the House of Commons Members of Parliment
Senate is also known as the _________________________ Upper House
What Proclamation is known as the Indian Magna Carta/Bill of Rights? (1763) Royal Proclamation
Which level of governenment deals with energy production in Canada? Provincial
Men and women over the age of ____________________ can vote in Canada eighteen
There are Senators that are appointed by the Governor General at the request of the ___________________________ Prime Minister
An MP or a _____________ can introduce a bill senator
Left Wing, ________________, and Right Wing are all political spectrums centre
________________ Government is responsible for city parks Municipal

Government of Canada Crossword

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Description

This level of government is responsible for our drivers license Provincial
This consists of three parts: the Queen, the Senate and the House of Commons. Parliament
It is a ruling body government
everyone has a say. they all have a voice democracy
in this monarchy, a king or queen acts as Head of State. constitutional
Our___ is David Johnston governor general
Justin Trudeau is our new... Prime Minister
there is 19 ministers in.. Cabinet
a system of democratic governance of a state Parliamentary System
when the legislators are divided into two separate assemblies Bicameral
in charge of deciding the meaning of laws Judicial Branch
a deliberative assembly Senate
located on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. House of Commons
1 system of government Federalism
consists of Congress and the fifty state legislatures. Legislative Branch
this part of our government is responsible for passports Federal
Provincial Responsabilities include: Education
Parliament includes: senators
Cabinet ministers are known as MP'S
Highest court supreme
profession of being a politician politics
government of a country administration
controlled by the government managed
government that is ruled by a single leader Autocracy
Elizabeth II Queen