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Canadian History 11 Review Original Program Design By: Matthew Ngo Canadian History 11 Review Original Program Design By: Matthew Ngo

Objectives • The point of the game is to make the most by answering Objectives • The point of the game is to make the most by answering questions • Each briefcase is worth $1. 00 • Answering CORRECTLY - you get $1. 00 • Answering INCORRECTLY - you lose $1. 00 • Team with the most money wins the game!!!!

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State the 3 functions of government: – Legislative function is the making of laws State the 3 functions of government: – Legislative function is the making of laws or the passing of legislation. – Executive function is putting the laws into effect on a daily basis. – Judicial function is to decide if an individual has broken society’s laws and to punish the guilty.

 • The Governor General Represents the_______, but follows the advice of the cabinet. • The Governor General Represents the_______, but follows the advice of the cabinet. • The Queen

The Governor General serves for how many years? Five The Governor General serves for how many years? Five

Our current Governor General is_______ Michaelle Jean Our current Governor General is_______ Michaelle Jean

Prime Minister is the leader of the majority party in the ___________ • House Prime Minister is the leader of the majority party in the ___________ • House of Commons

Prime Minister of Canada is the ____________Party's_________. Conservative Party's Stephen Harper Prime Minister of Canada is the ____________Party's_________. Conservative Party's Stephen Harper

The ______is responsible for all legislation & has the power to make new laws. The ______is responsible for all legislation & has the power to make new laws. It decides whether to raise or lower taxes; the country will be at peace or war; to improve airports; to increase old-age pensions. • The Cabinet

Each province must be represented by at least one__________, who is responsible for a Each province must be represented by at least one__________, who is responsible for a Government Department. Cabinet Minister

Parliament consists of: _______, _______ The Queen House of Commons Senate Parliament consists of: _______, _______ The Queen House of Commons Senate

The House of Commons is made up of ____ seats • 308 The House of Commons is made up of ____ seats • 308

Current Opposition Party is the ____________Party. Liberal Current Opposition Party is the ____________Party. Liberal

Leader of the Opposition Party is___________ Michael Ignatieff Leader of the Opposition Party is___________ Michael Ignatieff

The _____________makes sure everyone is following parliamentary procedure. If there is a tie vote The _____________makes sure everyone is following parliamentary procedure. If there is a tie vote in the House, they may cast the deciding vote. • Speaker of the House

 • The ______works for the Speaker of the House and carries out 3 • The ______works for the Speaker of the House and carries out 3 duties: – To perform whenever there are ceremonial activities – They are responsible for the security of the House of Commons & the Parliament Buildings. – Guardian of the Mace Sergeant-at-Arms

 • The ________was originally a weapon of the Middle Ages. It was used • The ________was originally a weapon of the Middle Ages. It was used by the Sergeant-at-Arms, who was the king’s body guard. It is a symbol of authority of the Crown and plays an important role in the Opening of Parliament The Mace

 • During the War of 1812, ____soldiers invaded and captured York (Toronto) and • During the War of 1812, ____soldiers invaded and captured York (Toronto) and stole the mace • American

 • The _________calls the House of Commons to the Senate for the • • The _________calls the House of Commons to the Senate for the • Speech from the Throne or Royal Assent to Legislation. They are the Leader of the Speaker’s Parade and are responsible for Senate security. • Usher of the Black Rod

 • Each year 40 students are selected from various high schools across Canada • Each year 40 students are selected from various high schools across Canada to work as ______in the House of Commons. They work as messengers part -time. Parliamentary Page

An MP is a federal representative who represents people that live in a voting An MP is a federal representative who represents people that live in a voting area called a___________. (Riding or District) constituencies

A _____ or statute begins as a bill. Each bill must have readings Law A _____ or statute begins as a bill. Each bill must have readings Law

Once a bill becomes a law it is called an _______. Act Once a bill becomes a law it is called an _______. Act

Once the Senate approves a bill, it goes to the _____for assent Governor General Once the Senate approves a bill, it goes to the _____for assent Governor General

The PM calls for the election or if there is a_____, which means that The PM calls for the election or if there is a_____, which means that the government is defeated in the House of Commons because the members no longer feel the government is working well. vote of non-confidence

______is an agency run by Parliament that organizes all federal elections Elections Canada ______is an agency run by Parliament that organizes all federal elections Elections Canada

_______make a list of all the people in Canada that can vote. Enumerators _______make a list of all the people in Canada that can vote. Enumerators

Queen Victoria declared Ottawa to be the Capital of Canada in 1858 and _________Hill Queen Victoria declared Ottawa to be the Capital of Canada in 1858 and _________Hill was chosen for the government buildings Barracks Hill

_____________= a private meeting of the elected members of a political party. Caucus _____________= a private meeting of the elected members of a political party. Caucus

 • • Name the major four Federal Political Parties of Canada: • The • • Name the major four Federal Political Parties of Canada: • The Liberal Party • The Conservative Party • NDP (New Democrat Party) • Bloc Quebecois

____= is a system of government in which the people rule or have the ____= is a system of government in which the people rule or have the power. Democracy

Canada’s government has been described as a _____ because the Queen is our head Canada’s government has been described as a _____ because the Queen is our head of state. Monarchy

The Name of our Current Head of state is _______. Queen Elizabeth II The Name of our Current Head of state is _______. Queen Elizabeth II

______ = The government has a system in which the power to make laws ______ = The government has a system in which the power to make laws is shared between two levels of government: a national or central government and provincial governments. Federal Government

The Upper House = _____. The Senate The Upper House = _____. The Senate

The Lower House = _____. The House of Commons The Lower House = _____. The House of Commons

True or False The Prime Minister’s office has no fixed term True True or False The Prime Minister’s office has no fixed term True

 Federal, Provincial, or Municipal? ? Armed Forces Federal Federal, Provincial, or Municipal? ? Armed Forces Federal

Federal, Provincial, or Municipal? ? Marriage Permits Provincial Federal, Provincial, or Municipal? ? Marriage Permits Provincial

Federal, Provincial, or Municipal? ? Recycling Provincial & Municipal Federal, Provincial, or Municipal? ? Recycling Provincial & Municipal

Federal, Provincial, or Municipal? ? Education Provincial Federal, Provincial, or Municipal? ? Education Provincial

Federal, Provincial, or Municipal? ? Taxes Federal, Provincial, & Municipal Federal, Provincial, or Municipal? ? Taxes Federal, Provincial, & Municipal

Left Wing, Center, or Right Wing? ? ? Stricter justice system, with harsher punishment Left Wing, Center, or Right Wing? ? ? Stricter justice system, with harsher punishment for offenders Right Wing

Left Wing, Center, or Right Wing? ? ? More spending on social welfare programs Left Wing, Center, or Right Wing? ? ? More spending on social welfare programs Left Wing

Left Wing, Center, or Right Wing? ? ? Shared role for government and individuals Left Wing, Center, or Right Wing? ? ? Shared role for government and individuals Center

Left Wing, Center, or Right Wing? ? ? Economy a mix of public and Left Wing, Center, or Right Wing? ? ? Economy a mix of public and private enterprise Center

Left Wing, Center, or Right Wing? ? ? Emphasis on individual rights Left Wing Left Wing, Center, or Right Wing? ? ? Emphasis on individual rights Left Wing

Carries out the nation’s laws Executive Branch Carries out the nation’s laws Executive Branch

Makes the nation’s laws Legislative Branch Makes the nation’s laws Legislative Branch

Interprets the nation’s laws Judicial Branch Interprets the nation’s laws Judicial Branch

Largest group of elected members from the same political party Government/Party in Power Largest group of elected members from the same political party Government/Party in Power

General court of appeal Supreme Court of Canada General court of appeal Supreme Court of Canada

Represents the Queen at the Provincial Level Lieutenant Governor Represents the Queen at the Provincial Level Lieutenant Governor