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Win Big ExecutiveLegislativeJudicial Which Branch? Elections Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Last Chance
Win Big Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Last Chance ExecutiveLegislativeJudicial Which Branch? Elections
$100 question from Executive What is the Prime Minister or Premier’s team of ministers called?
$100 Answer from Executive The cabinet
$200 question from Executive True or False: Members of the Senate are elected.
$200 Answer from Executive False
$300 question from Executive The provincial representative to the Crown is whom?
$300 Answer from Executive The Lieutenant Governor
$400 question from Executive The federal representative to the Crown is whom? (Name)
$400 Answer from Executive David Johnston
$500 question from Executive True or False: Mayors are members of the provincial executive.
$500 Answer from Executive False
$100 question from Legislative Elected members of the federal House of Commons are called what?
$100 Answer from Legislative Members of Parliament
$200 question from Legislative What are elected members of the provincial legislature called?
$200 Answer from Legislative Members of the Legislative Assembly
$300 question from Legislative True or False: The legislative branch of the government makes laws.
$300 Answer from Legislative True
$400 question from Legislative How many MPs are there currently?
$400 Answer from Legislative 308
$500 question from Legislative What is the final stage of a bill becoming a law?
$500 Answer from Legislative Royal Assent
$100 question from Judicial What is the highest court in Canada?
$100 Answer from Judicial Supreme Court of Canada
$200 question from Judicial How many Supreme Court Justices are there?
$200 Answer from Judicial 9
$300 question from Judicial What is the judicial branch’s job?
$300 Answer from Judicial To interpret and administer the law.
$400 question from Judicial True or False: The Supreme Court of Canada does not hear criminal cases.
$400 Answer from Judicial False
$500 question from Judicial What is the highest court in BC?
$500 Answer from Judicial The Appeal Court of BC
$100 question from Which Branch? What are the three branches of government?
$100 Answer from Which Branch? Legislative, executive, and judicial.
$200 question from Which Branch? On which branch is the Premier of BC?
$200 Answer from Which Branch? Executive
$300 question from Which Branch? On which branch is a Member of Parliament?
$300 Answer from Which Branch? Legislative
$400 question from Which Branch? On which branch is a Supreme Court Justice?
$400 Answer from Which Branch? Judicial
$500 question from Which Branch? On which branch is provincial leader of the opposition?
$500 Answer from Which Branch? Legislative
$100 question from Elections How old do you have to be to vote in Canada?
$100 Answer from Elections 18
$200 question from Elections True or False: Federal elections are held on a set schedule every five years.
$200 Answer from Elections False
$300 question from Elections What is proportional representation?
$300 Answer from Elections The ratio of members elected equals the percentage of votes cast for them.
$400 question from Elections How do you win in a first-past-the-post system?
$400 Answer from Elections Whoever has the most votes wins.
$500 question from Elections In order, name the three stages of an election.
$500 Answer from Elections Campaigning Voting Tabulating
Final Chance Name one advantage each of a majority and a minority government.
Final Chance Answer Majority: stable, consistent, efficient Minority: responsive, accountable, transparent
The Three Branches of Government
The Structure of Canada’s Federal Political System
The three branches of Texas State government
A LOOK AT OUR GOVERNMENT
In order to provide a more efficient way of governing Canada and looking after the needs of her people, our government is divided into three levels:
Chapter 6: What is Government?
Functions of Government The Canadian Model. Government in Canada is divided into 3 main branches: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial.
Organization of the Government. Three Basic Powers Legislative: Power to make laws Executive: Power to carry out laws Judicial: Power to interpret and.
The Constitution and Government CLN4U. Parliamentary Democracy Canada is governed as a parliamentary democracy. Canada is governed as a parliamentary.
Legislative Branch Crown Governor General House of Commons
Canada’s Government Chapter 1 Review. When did Canada become a country? (Specific Date)
The Branches and Roles of Government in Canada Social Studies 10 MUNDY.
TOPICS COVERED: THE NEED FOR GOVERNMENT BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT AND THE LAW- MAKING PROCESS BODIES OF GOVERNMENT ROLE OF POLITICAL PARTIES, MEDIA AND LOBBY.
Branches of Government: Overview of the Three Branches Legislative Executive Judicial.
Life without Government would be…. ___________________________: “Rule by the people” Requires: ___________________– the right to vote A _____________–
What comes to mind when you see this image?. How does this relate to the previous image?
Group of all the Members of Parliament (including the Prime Minister and the Cabinet) MPs are elected for a 5 year term representing a RIDING –
The Branches of Government
Technically, the Queen of England is our head of state. On paper, she has the final say on all government decisions in Canada. This is called a constitutional.
+ Levels of Government. + Executive Branch (pg. 62) Federal level – Prime Minister, Cabinet (elected by the PM), and Public/Civil Service Cabinet – the.
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