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Final Jeopardy. Citizen & Government. Final Jeopardy. Influencing government policy. What is the role of a lobbyist ?. $200. Provincial. Education. $400. municipal. water. $600. Federal. Defense. $800. municipal. Local Roads. $1000. Federal. Welfare. $200.

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final jeopardy
Final Jeopardy

Citizen & Government

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Final Jeopardy

Influencing government policy

What is the role of a lobbyist?

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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

Federal

Welfare

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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, Provincial, Municipal Courts

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

Conservatism

Which political ideology is represented below?

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$400

Acclamation

Newspaper Headline: Party Nominee wins without any opposition.

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$600

NDP

Which political party is furthest left on the political spectrum

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$800

Ontario

What province has the greatest number of seats in the House of Commons?

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$1000

Liberalism, Socialism, Conservatism, Fascism, Communism

Name the 5 major ideologies

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$200

Royal Assent

What term describes when a bill is signed into law?

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$400

Sticking with your party in the public eye

What is cabinet solidarity

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$600

Party Whip

Who ensures that all party members are in Parliament?

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$800

Cabinet

  • parliamentary experience
  • regional representation
  • represents diversity of Canada
  • Ontario and Quebec have 8-12 representatives each
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$1000

Cabinet Ministers, Judiciary, Senate

Name three important jobs that are appointed by the PM?

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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

1948

When was the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights?

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$800

Bill of Rights-Diefenbaker

What was the first Canadian human rights legislation and who was responsible for passing this law?

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$1200

The Holocaust

What led to the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights?

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$1600

Convention on the Rights of the Child

What convention did the UN adopt in 1989 to protect children?

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$2000

Quebec-Bill 101

Which province passed a bill that against the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and what was the name of that bill?

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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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GG signs to give royal assent

When the senate passes a bill, what happens?

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$2000

4 (3 in HoC, one in Senate typically)

How many readings must a bill go through to become law?

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$400

If the bill is proposed by a member of the HoC that is not part of the Cabinet

What is the difference between a private member’s bill and a normal bill?

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$800

Free Vote

PM allows Party MP`s to support or reject bill according to the wishes of their constituents.

Which term describes the action in this headline?

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$1200

Patronage

A newspaper headline reads “PM Gives Senate seat to faithful party supporter”. Which term is associated with this headline?

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$1600

Party Discipline

Backbencher kicked out of the caucus “I refused to vote with my leader”

Which concept is associated with this headline?

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$2000

Order-in-council

Which term is associated with flowchart below?

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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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Fundamental freedoms, democratic rights, mobility rights, legal rights, equality rights, minority language rights, official language rights

Name 4 categories in the charter

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Allows the gov’t to opt out of clauses in the Charter for up to 5 years

What is the notwithstanding clause?

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$400

UBC

What is Mr Ks alma mater?

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$800

2004

When did Mr. K start working at Frank Hurt?

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$1200

Greece

Where is Mr. K from?

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$1600

Basketball

What is Mr. Ks favourite sport?

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$2000

Ms. Aujla

What is my wife’s last name?

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$400

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 populations

What is the amending formula

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$1200

Too much power!

Name one problem with having a majority government

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$1600

Members of the governing party who are not in the Cabinet

What is a backbencher?

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Keeping the government accountable

What is the role the official opposition?

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