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Final Jeopardy. Final Jeopardy Category. Final Jeopardy. answer. question. $200. Provincial. Education. $400. municipal. water. $600. Federal. Defense. $800. municipal. Local Roads. $1000. Provincial. Hospitals. $200. Executive, Legislative, Judicial.

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final jeopardy
Final Jeopardy

Final Jeopardy Category

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Final Jeopardy

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$200

Provincial

Education

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$400

municipal

water

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$600

Federal

Defense

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$800

municipal

Local Roads

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$1000

Provincial

Hospitals

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$200

Executive, Legislative, Judicial

Name the 3 Branches of Government

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$400

House of Commons, Senate

What is in the legislative branch?

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$600

G.G. PM Cabinet

What is in the executive branch

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$800

Supreme Court of Canada, prov, fed court

What is in the judicial branch?

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$1000

Carry out and enforce laws

What is the job of the Executive branch?

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$200

democracy

Power lies in the hands of officials elected by the majority

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$400

Constitutional Monarchy

What type of government does Canada have?

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$600

aristocracy

Power lies in the hands of elite or upper class

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$800

Dictatorship

Power in the hands of one individual who usually has the support of the military

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$1000

Oligarchy

Power in the hands of few influential individuals

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$200

Liberalism, Socialism, Conservatism, Fascism, Communism, Totalitarianism

Name 3 of the 6 major ideologies

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$400

Communism

What ideology sits on the extreme left of the political spectrum?

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$600

Fascism

What ideology sits at the extreme right?

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$800

Tradition important, economic freedom

Typically, what are the characteristics of a conservative?

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$1000

Extreme nationalism, militaristic

What are the characteristics of a Fascist?

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$200

Give throne speech, sign bills to make law, parties

What is the job of the Governor General?

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$400

Staying on party line in public

What is cabinet solidarity

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$600

Makes sure MPs or MLAs are there to vote

What does the Party Whip do?

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$800

Win by default

What is acclamation?

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$1000

Sober second thought on bills

What does the Senate do?

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$200

First Past the Post

What is Canada’s current voting system?

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$400

Proportional Representation, Single transferable vote

Name one other alternative for Canada’s voting system

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$600

Dissolution

At what stage does the House of Commons come to an end?

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$800

Nomination

At what stage do Candidates get selected for each party?

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$1000

Dissolution, Enumeration, Nomination, Campaigning, Balloting, Tabulation

Name the 6 stages of an election

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$400

1987

What year was Meech Lake?

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$800

Attempt to reconcile Quebec to constitution “Quebec Round”

What was Meech Lake about?

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$1200

Robert Bourassa

Who created the 5 demands?

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$1600

Leader of First Nations (opposed to Meech)

Who is Elijah Harper?

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$2000

Rene Levesque

Who was the first leader of the Parti Quebecois?

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$400

Cabinet Member

Who introduces a bill to the House?

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$800

Second

At what stage is a bill thoroughly debated?

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Committee Stage

Where is a bill refined and polished?

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$1600

GG signs to give royal assent

When the Senate passes a bill, what happens next?

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$2000

(Answer)

Describe all ten steps in passing a bill to a law

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$400

answer

What is the difference between private and public law?

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$800

Criminal, Civil

What are the two types of law

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$1200

answer

Name one aspect of a criminal trial

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$1600

answer

Name one aspect of the Young Offenders act

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$2000

Inexpensive informal

What is small claims court

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$400

Charter of Rights and Freedoms

What was added to the BNA Act when it was patriated?

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$800

Bill of Rights 1960

What was the precursor to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms

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Trudeau

Which PM patriated the constitution?

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Equality, Mobility, Legal, democratic, language, fundamental freedoms

Name 4 categories in the charter

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“escape clause” provinces overrule Ottawa

What is the notwithstanding clause?

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$400

Consulted special interests and First Nations

How was the Charlottetown Accord different from Meech Lake

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Ab. Self gov’t, Triple E senate reform, Quebec distinct society

What did Charlottetown call for?

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Direct vote by the people on an issue (rather than MPs representing constituents). Yes/no question

What is a referendum?

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Voted down

What happened to the Charlottetown Accord?

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Four provinces

How many provinces accepted Charlottetown accord?

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Enact, amend, repeal laws

What is the role of the legislative assembly

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$800

7 of 10 provinces with 50% of the population

What is the amending formula?

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$1200

Answers will vary

Name one problem with having a majority government

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An MP who does not have a portfolio / special responsibility (usually sits at the back of the house)

What is a backbencher?

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To keep Gov’t on task: attack decisions, ensure that money is being spent wisely.

What is the role the official opposition?

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Daily Double

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Daily Double

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