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Structure of Canadian Government Concept Map

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Kayla Zielke

on 15 October 2012

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By:Kayla Zielke Structure Of Canadian Government Federal Government This branch of government administers
justice by interpreting and applying the law.
It includes judges
and the courts and operates independently
from the other branches of government Judicial Branch The executive branch operates,
implements and enforces all the laws created
by the legislative branch. Executive Branch The legislative branch of government provides a forum for debate of the day's leading political issues, and has the power and responsibility to create laws. Legislative Branch Queen- To serve Canada through all her life. She was born into royalty making her the Queen
Governor General- Role is to represent the Queen in places she can't attend. To become the Governor General they are appointed the queen. Queen/Governor General Cabinet They are brought in by the the Prime
Minister who is the winner of the election. The Canadian Ministry in order of precedence (Current)

Harper, Stephen (Right Hon.)Prime Minister
Nicholson, Rob (Hon.)Minister of Justice
Attorney General of Canada
LeBreton, Marjory (Hon.)Leader of the Government in the Senate
MacKay, Peter (Hon.)Minister of National Defence
Toews, Vic (Hon.)Minister of Public Safety
Ambrose, Rona (Hon.)Minister of Public Works and Government Services
Minister for Status of Women
Finley, Diane (Hon.)Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development
Baird, John (Hon.)Minister of Foreign Affairs
Clement, Tony (Hon.)Minister for the Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario
President of the Treasury Board
Flaherty, Jim (Hon.)Minister of Finance
Van Loan, Peter (Hon.)Leader of the Government in the House of Commons
Kenney, Jason (Hon.)Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism
Ritz, Gerry (Hon.)Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food
Minister for the Canadian Wheat Board
Paradis, Christian (Hon.)Minister of Industry
Minister of State (Agriculture)
Moore, James (Hon.)Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages
Lebel, Denis (Hon.)Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities
Minister of the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec
Aglukkaq, Leona (Hon.)Minister of Health
Minister of the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency
Ashfield, Keith (Hon.)Minister for the Atlantic Gateway
Minister of Fisheries and Oceans
Kent, Peter (Hon.)Minister of the Environment
Raitt, Lisa (Hon.)Minister of Labour
Shea, Gail (Hon.)Minister of National Revenue
Duncan, John (Hon.)Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development
Fantino, Julian (Hon.)Minister of International Cooperation
Blaney, Steven (Hon.)Minister of Veterans Affairs
Fast, Ed (Hon.)Minister of International Trade
Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway
Oliver, Joe (Hon.)Minister of Natural Resources
Penashue, Peter (Hon.)Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs
President of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada
Valcourt, Bernard (Hon.)Minister of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency) (La Francophonie)
Associate Minister of National Defence
O'Connor, Gordon (Hon.)Minister of State
Bernier, Maxime (Hon.)Minister of State (Small Business and Tourism)
Ablonczy, Diane (Hon.)Minister of State of Foreign Affairs (Americas and Consular Affairs)
Yelich, Lynne (Hon.)Minister of State (Western Economic Diversification)
Fletcher, Steven (Hon.)Minister of State (Transport)
Goodyear, Gary (Hon.)Minister of State (Science and Technology) (Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario)
Menzies, Ted (Hon.)Minister of State (Finance)
Uppal, Tim (Hon.)Minister of State (Democratic Reform)
Wong, Alice (Hon.)Minister of State (Seniors)
Gosal, Bal (Hon.)Minister of State (Sport) Prime Mininster The prime minister is the head
of government in Canada. Prime minister is usually made Prime minister because the party they are leading has the most seats in the House of Commens. They are elected into the position. There are currently 105 senators with 2 vacant seats.
The role of the senators is to provide a detailed review of all federal legislation. To be in the senate you must be appointed by the Governor General. Senate An M.P Is a member of Parliament.
Our current M.P is Ted Menzies MP 1.Green Party
2.Liberal Party
3. Conservative Party
4.NDP Party
5.Western Party of Canada Political Parties Voters Voters must be 18 years of age and a Canadian citizen to vote at a Federal Election. There are currently 9 judges in the Supreme court. The role of the Supreme court is Canada's final court appeal. They make the legal decisions to do with the public. Supreme Court Provincial Government Responsibilities of Provincial Government
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