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Canadian Government

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Branpiggy Johnson

on 27 February 2014

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the government are a group of people elected to run a country, province, or city and they take care of everything in the country that they are in. Governments are elected (chosen by the citizen of Canada also known as canadian. ) and there are different levels of government for instants a federal government is chosen to run a country when a municipal government runs a city.
Canadian government
Municipal government is responsible of its city that its elected in and has certain responsibilities to take care of in its city
these are 8 responsibilities for the provincial government

property and civil rights
administration of justice
natural resources and the environment
Federal government responsibilities
criminal law
postal services
copy rights
money and banking
Municipal government is a government who takes care of all the public services these are the responsibility
waste management
public transit
emergency services
Land use planning
economic development
emergency services,
animal control
Provincial responsibility
provincial government sturucture
What is government?
Federal Government
The federal government controls all of a country and has special has responsibilities to run the country and elected by people votes
Provincial government
Municipal government
How provincial government is elected is first Canada has riding and each riding has a candidate .These candidate represent the each riding in province. Then in these candidates have these people that want be M.P. Then those people goes to the house of common to be M.P. Then these people present what they do if they elected then the voters(Canadian)chose the one that had the voter most need. then these people goes to the parliament building to work for there rights.For election there is 308 seat for voters and how they be M.P. is get voted more than exact half as in 154 votes.
How Provincial government elected
Provincial government take care of property rights and civil rights, administration justice and, natural resources and environment , education ,health and welfare.
3 pieces of evidence
Municipal government structure
the house of commons is a place where the MLA go to discuss bills and to either make laws or deny the bill.
the senate is similar to the house of commons but the senate is the upper house when the house of commons is the lower house and the senate has more seats therefor the senate has more power then the house of commons.
Federal government tree
the supreme court is a trial court that can hear anything civilly and and criminally.
VICTORIA - Finance Minister Mike de Jong says he'll wear resoled shoes as he unveils Tuesday's budget to signal British Columbia's solid financial strength despite some wear and tear.

De Jong says he will table a balanced budget, but warns British Colombians not to expect huge spending initiatives or major tax breaks.

Like his old but renewed shoes, De Jong says the budget holds the line on government spending during tough economic times.

While getting his shoes resolved, De Jong also had new holes punched into one of his belts to symbolize what he says is ongoing belt tightening by the Liberal government.

De Jong says the budget will lay out a three-year fiscal plan that forecasts modest surpluses in each of the three years.

Late last year, the Finance Ministry forecast the budget surplus at $165 million
B.C. finance minister resoles old shoes to unveil new budget during tough times
In December, 2011, the Harper government announced that in 2017 the transfer of health care funds from Ottawa to the provinces will be cut from the current annual six per cent increase to a percentage pegged to the GDP, with a guaranteed base of only three per cent.

It has been projected that by 2024, the provinces will lose a cumulative $52.5 billion in transfers and equalization payments. (Source: Report of the Council of the Federation Working Group on Fiscal Arrangements, July 2012.)

With an aging population and an increasing demand for health care services for young families, funding cuts will endanger medicare.

The discontinuation of the Canada Health Accord will bring about the demise of our current health care system and lead to a two-tier system providing luxury, privatized for-profit care for the wealthy, and an underfunded system for the majority of us.

Canadians will end up with a health care system with varying levels of care depending on where they live.

There will be a failure to institute a Canada-wide pharmaceutical program and a lack of funding for home and palliative care which will be needed for the increasing proportion of elderly Canadians.

Federal, provincial and territorial governments should negotiate a new 2014 Health Accord that protects and strengthens our universal public health care system.

A new accord should include a continuing care plan that integrates home, facility-based long-term, respite and palliative care; a universal public pharmacy plan that provides equitable access to safe and appropriate medication; and adequate and stable federal funding.
Funding cuts endanger medicare
The federal government’s newly announced international education strategy is a promising development. If pursued in close collaboration with provincial governments and post-secondary institutions, as part of a broader higher education reform effort, it may help resolve the so-called skills gap: the perceived disparity between the needs of employers and the education and capabilities of the workforce. However, the unity and resources necessary to bring the plan to fruition are anything but guaranteed.

As a vision, the new strategy aspires to double the number of international post-secondary learners, totalling 450,000 students across Canada by 2022. It recognizes the valuable economic and cultural contributions of international post-secondary students to campuses and communities. It further acknowledges that Canada must compete globally to attract learners and researchers, astutely focusing recruitment efforts in emerging markets such as China, India, Brazil, Mexico, and Turkey. Simultaneously, it encourages more Canadian students to participate in study and work programs abroad. These worthy ambitions will demand an unprecedented degree of co-operation between federal and provincial governments and between government and our post-secondary institutions.

The initial announcement of this initiative and subsequent commentary do not clarify how the federal government would double enrolment, since this depends upon provincial investments and the will of post-secondary institutions. Provincial governments have reduced post-secondary spending in recent years. For the new strategy to succeed, the federal government must secure the commitment of the provinces to invest meaningfully in advanced education. This is no easy task, since this sector always struggles to compete with health care and other priority areas for public resources. Such a substantial shift in political direction would require provinces to collectively prioritize the development of the knowledge economy as Canada’s path to lasting prosperity as natural resources diminish. This shared vision and commitment to policy change is not yet apparent and needs to be.

Another challenge largely absent from early discussions on the federal strategy is the need to offer better services and financial support to international students before enrolment can substantially increase. International post-secondary students will not see Canada as a viable option for long if they feel like mere numbers to generate tuition revenue. Higher international enrolment will entail greater demand for campus housing, courses and tutoring in English and French, and other programs that enable international students to succeed academically and personally and to fully participate in campus and community life. For example, since spirituality is crucial to mental health and academic performance for many students, post-secondary institutions will have to ensure that our campuses have adequate prayer and meditation space to accommodate diverse groups of learners and researchers. To compete globally, Canadian research universities will have to increase funding and professional development opportunities, especially for international graduate students who often make up a greater percentage of their cohorts than their undergraduate counterparts.
More services needed to attract foreign students
the federal court is a court that hears all/most federal dispuits against the government (canadian).
the tax court is a court that has the hearing of income tax, excise tax and employment insurance ETC.
the provincial court is the busiest in B.C. court cause about 50% of B.C.'s cases and is a small claims court (court only claims less than 25,000$).
the parliment of Canada is the federal branch of Canada that discusses bills(also known as laws), Education, security, and defence.
the sovereign of Canada is a royal (prince, king, queen.) that is both a ruler and not a ruler that has no power what so ever. example: queen Elizabeth the 2 is a queen, but has no real power over us.
Mayor ,council and town clerk
Mayor is a person that oversee the work that the people that works under the to say it easy mayor is a supervisor of the town.
Council is a group that control the Municipality of the government or cities. Municipality is a portion of other country or other religion delinted for purpose of administration.
Town clerk is a senior officer of municipal government in English speaking world.But the weird part is it has too much jobs that even Wikipedia can't fully describe it , isn't that weird ?
Planning committee
Planning committee decision on 10% planning application they receive each day. They do where 10 or more letters or emails have been received that disagree with the officer's recommendation for the application
that will have a considerable effect on the borough. For example, a large housing or retail development
that the Council is making e.g. to redevelop a building that the Council owns
that a councilor or a council employee has made, or when the applicant is related to a councilor or council employee
that the director, or the head of Planning Services asks the committee to decide
that a councilor asks the committee to decide for planning reasons
Operation committee and Chief administrator
Operation committee does a review and recommendation to Executive Board on the budget and work program, and on contracts and other financial and personnel issues .
The chief administrator is responsible for administrative management of private, public or governmental corporations.
Fire department does a fire extinction in the community that they are in .
Economic development art promotes the community and the standard living and the economic health of specific area .
Fire department and economic development
the governor general is a C.M.M. (commander of the military merit) and is also the commander of the order of merit for police forces and was appointed by stephen harper.
Parks & recreation ,planning , public work
Parks and recreation is responsible for beatifying the park, operating and maintain the park
Planning is an group of people that want the children , Family and member of the community to empower to improve their living condition
Public work the federation for that is called United Nation Association in Canada they want to engage the Canada's public work.
Treasury is responsible for the federal civil service and much of the operation of the Canadian government
BY: Brandon Johnson and Kaito Yamawaki
the prime minister is the head of the government in Canada and usually a prime minister is a leader of a polititiol party.
the cabinet is a group of high-ranked leaderes from the Executive branch.
The privy council office is a secretariat (perminent building) of the federal cabinet and supports the prime minister and leaderships.
PM's office stands for office of the prime minister and is one of the most powerful parts of government and is made up by the the prime minister and its politicial staff which are incharge of helping the prime minister make decisions .
The function of the public service of canada (a.k.a the civil service of canada) is to support the canadian crown and to hire employes for federal ministries.
The legislative assembly is split in two components, one in BC and one in Victoria and a memeber of the LA is called a MLA (member of legislative assembly).
The supreme court is a court that can hear anything criminally and civilly and is a large claims court (can claim over 25,000).
The court of Ontario is the largest court in all of Canada and has approximently 590,000 criminal charges, millions of provincial offences such as parking tickets.
The small claims court means that the public (that are not lawyers) can handle their own cases.
Sovereign is a royal which has no power over a country, province or city.
The lieutenant govenor represents the Queen in provinces.
The Premier is similar to the Prime minister but only represents the province it is running for. In a provincial election, the leader of the party with the most seats in the legislative assembly becomes the premier.
The cabinet must approve before a government is put into office and action's are made.
The function of the public service of canada a.k.a the civil service of canada is to support the canadian crown and to hire employes for federal ministries.
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