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After the American Revolution they had to either go back to Britain or go to Canada. Many went to Canada and they are called Loyalists. Confederation - The union of the colonies and provinces into one federal union under one federal government. It was made legal by the British North America Act in 1867. Durham Report
The Canadian Legal System Upon completion of this part, you should be able to: Explain the term constitutional government, and show how it is achieved in Canada Describe the difference between the civil law and common law systems Explain what is meant by the term “separation of powers” and describe how it is achieved in the Canadian system Explain how power is divided between the Government of Canada and the provinces. Explain how the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms acts to limit law-making powers in Canada Show how each of the three branches of government in Canada become involved in law-making Explain the doctrine of “the supremacy of parliament,” and give examples of its application Distinguish between common law and equity and explain how they interact in the Canadian judicial
John A Macdonald for many shots. P- There is no exact place or time shown but with further reserch I concluded that this photo was taken in Montreal Ottawa in Sir John A Maconalds house. It was taken for the Queen around june 1868. P- Something that I already know about this topic is that Sir John A Macdonald lived in Ottawa. I knew he was the prime minster of
Social Studies 11 Chapter 9 Test Choose the best answer from those provided. 1. The style of government employed in Canada has its roots in: a. the United States b. France c. Great Britain d. Germany 2. The style of government we use in Canada is best described as a: a. dictatorship b. republic c. monarchy d. constitutional monarchy 3. The head of state in the Canadian government is the: a. the Queen b. the Governor General c. the Lieutenant Governor d. the Prime Minister 4.
CANA 1F91 LECTURE NOTES SEPTEMBER 24,2012 Past and Present: Todays Lecture Outline * Collective Memory * Theoretical perspective * Canadian History part 2 * Post-confederation Canada Collective Memory * The present is the lens through which we examine our past. Red River Rebellion (1869-70) * Red river settlement * Metis * Louis Riel * Manitoba Act, 1870 * Creates the fifth province. Northwest * Dominion Lands Act, 1872 * Free land to settlers * Northwest Mounted Police (NWMP) established, 1873 * Later renamed Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) “Mounties” * British Columbia becomes part of confederation in 1871 * Prince Edward Islands enters confederation
For deployed operations 3 Canadian Support Group provides material management/processing and distribution support and 4 Canadian Forces Movement Control Unit provides strategic and operational movement services. Finally, 7 and 25 CFSD provide fourth line supply and material/distribution services to CF bases and