The Branches of government. The powers of Canada’s government are divided into three branches: Legislative Branch h as the power to make or change laws Executive Branch m akes decisions and enforces them through the civil service Judicial Branch i nterprets and administers the law.
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To fully understand how parliament works, we need to take a closer look at each of its three components...
What happens after the Governor General, the PM, and the Cabinet have made their decisions?