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Grade 10 Civics – Unit 2 – Canada’s Government Jeopardy

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  1. Grade 10 Civics – Unit 2 – Canada’s Government Jeopardy

  2. Make laws

  3. What is the Legislative Branch?

  4. They decide who broke the law and the punishment that should be applied.

  5. What is the Judicial Branch?

  6. Day-to-day operations

  7. What is the Executive Branch?

  8. It is also called Parliament.

  9. What is the Legislative Branch?

  10. Three

  11. What is the number of branches in Canada’s government?

  12. Water and Sewage

  13. What is the Municipal level of government?

  14. Education

  15. What is the Provinciallevel of government?

  16. Pills to cure your ills

  17. What is the Provinciallevel of government and health care?

  18. They have the right to make laws within their jurisdiction.

  19. What are the Federal and Provincial governments?

  20. Debating a bill dealing with the decriminalization of marijuana.

  21. What is the Federal government?

  22. Presentation of the bill.

  23. What is First Reading?

  24. The final step

  25. What is Royal Assent by the Governor General?

  26. When the PRINCIPLE of the bill is debated.

  27. What is Second Reading?

  28. You have input

  29. What is the Committee Hearing?

  30. If a bill passes Third Reading by the House of Commons, it is referred here for additional review and assessment

  31. What is the Senate?

  32. The right to vote and the obligation of governments to hold elections

  33. What are Democratic Rights?

  34. It is where the Charter resides.

  35. What is the Canadian Constitution?

  36. Equal treatment under the law.

  37. What are Legal Rights?

  38. Protection of language and educational rights

  39. What are Minority Rights?

  40. Justice is blind.

  41. What is Equality of the Law?

  42. Canada’s Head of State

  43. Who is Queen Elizabeth?

  44. A process of referring a political question to the people for a direct vote.

  45. What is a Referendum?

  46. 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

  47. What is the process to become a Canadian or Naturalization?

  48. 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

  49. Who is the Governor General?

  50. 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.