Organization of the Government. Three Basic Powers. Legislative: Power to make laws Executive: Power to carry out laws Judicial: Power to interpret and enforce laws. Legislative Branch. Made up of the governor general, members of parliament and the member of the senate.
Made up of the governor general, members of parliament and the member of the senate.
Responsible for making laws and regulations.
Interpret laws and settle conflicts between
Responsible for protecting and promoting Canada and its citizens.
Appointed to run a department such as National Defence, Foreign Affairs, Finance etc.
Made up of the 308 elected members (MPs)