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$200 $300 $400 Final Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 Minorities in Alberta Hodge PodgeAthens Democracy Voices for Change
1-1a To firmly establish and make a permanent part of the Constitution Act. C1 $100
1-1q What is to entrench? C1? $100
1-2a People chosen by their nations to represent them at meetings with other nations or officials. C1 $200
1-2a What is an ambassador? C1 $200
1-3a Things people are entitled to in a representative democracy. C1 $300
1-3a What are rights? C1 $300
1-4a Things people are expected to do when they live in a representative democracy. C1 $400
1-4a What are responsibilities? C1 $400
1-final How Canadians Rights and Freedoms are protected. Timer The final Jeopardy answer is: C1 final
1-final What is the Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
C2 $100 2-1a A treaty made between the French and many aboriginal groups in Eastern Canada.
C2 $100 2-1a What is La Grande Paix de Montreal?
C2 $200 2-2a An Iroquois symbol that represents special events and treaties.
C2 $200 2-2a What is a wampum?
C2 $300 2-3a Rights given to a group in Canadian society.
C2 $300 2-3a What are collective rights?
C2 $400 2-4a Groups that work independently of the government on issues such as the environment.
C2 $400 2-4a What is a Non- governmental organization?
C2 $500 2-5a Organizations made up of concerned individuals who work together on social or environmental issues.
C2 $500 2-5a What are grassroots organizations?
C3 $100 3-1a A group of Canadian citizens who had largely been forgotten in the Constitution.
C3 $100 3-1a Who are the Metis?
C3 $200 3-2a The name of the organization set up to protect Metis rights in Alberta.
C3 $200 3-2a What is the Metis Nation of Alberta Association?
C3 $300 3-3a The rights that the Metis people fought for in Alberta.
C3 $300 3-3a What are harvesting rights or hunting rights?
C3 $400 3-4a The name of the organization that was set up to protect francophone rights in Alberta.
C3 $400 3-4a What is the Association Canadienne-francaise de l’Alberta?
C3 $500 3-5a Organizations that were set up with Indian Agents who controlled most aspects of the lives of First Nations people.
C3 $500 3-5a What are the First Nations Authorities?
C4 $100 4-1a A decision or settlement that satisfies all parties.
C4 $100 4-1a What is a compromise?
C4 $200 4-2a Decisions that are determined by 51% or more of the votes recorded.
C4 $200 4-2a What is majority rule?
C4 $300 4-3a Principles about how people should act.
C4 $300 4-3a What are values?
C4 $400 4-4a Treating everyone the same regardless of gender, race, religion or age?
C4 $400 4-4a What is equality?
C4 $500 4-5a A condition that benefits the majority of people.
C4 $500 4-5a What is the common good?
C5 $100 5-1a Something from more than 2500 years ago.
C5 $100 5-1a What is ancient?
C5 $200 5-2a The person in Athenian government who was responsible for leading their tribe for 24 hours.
C5 $200 5-2a Who is the chairman?
C5 $300 5-3a A male Athenian whose parents were born in Athens, has completed military training and is over 18.
C5 $300 5-3a What is a citizen?
C5 $400 5-4a A person living and working in Athens who was not born there.
C5 $400 5-4a What is a metic?
C5 $500 5-5a The location in Athens where the Council of 500 met.
C5 $500 5-5a What is the Bouleuterion?
Democracy in Ancient Athens The Birthplace of Democracy.
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Demos- people Kratia -rule. Ancient Athens Often called the cradle of democracy Where the idea of democracy first took root All citizens were expected.
Affirmation What is affirmation? What does it mean to affirm somebody? Have collective rights of Anglophones, Francophone, First Nations, Métis and.
90 The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. 90 Background The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms was entrenched (safeguarded) in the Canadian.
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$200 $300 $400 Final Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 Iroquois Confederacy.
What is Citizenship??. What does citizenship mean?
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Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Supreme Court is guardian Supreme Court is guardian Anyone can challenge gov’t in court if their rights or freedoms.
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Right and Freedom Right – legal, moral, or social claim that people are entitled to, primarily from their government.
The Charter of Rights and Freedoms What is the Charter? A constitutional document that defines the rights and freedoms of Canadians and establishes the.
Canada’s History. What impact did Europeans have on Canada? The British and the French established settlements across North America In time, Canada was.
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