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Grade 10 Civics – Unit 2 – Canada’s Government Jeopardy. Make laws. What is the Legislative Branch?. They decide who broke the law and the punishment that should be applied. What is the Judicial Branch?. Day-to-day operations. What is the Executive Branch?. It is also called Parliament.

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If a bill passes Third Reading by the House of Commons, it is referred here for additional review and assessment
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You must be (1) 18 years or older, (2) a Permanent Resident who is lawfully admitted to Canada, (3) a person living in Canada for three of the previous four years, (4) able to speak French or English, and (5) able to answer general questions about Canada

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S/he has three duties: (1) open the Canadian Parliament by reading the Throne Speech, (2) officially greet foreign leaders and dignitaries to Canada, and (3) acknowledge the outstanding contributions of Canadians with awards

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A form of government whichhas, by right of birth or heritage, a king or queen as a monarch, but the monrach has little or no formal political power.