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Canada's parliament is made up of
a) Members of Parliament
b) Members of Parliament and Senators
c) The Monarch, Senators, and the House of Commons
d) The Monarch, the Senate, the House of Commons, and the Supreme Court

When the Governor General signs a bill to make it law it is called
a) Royal Assent
b) Third Reading
c) The Report Stage
d) The Committee Stage

Who decides what bills will be introduced to Canada's parliament?
a) The whip
b) The Governor General
c) The Prime Minister and Cabinet
d) The Speaker of the House of Commons

The greatest number of Canadians actively participate in which of the following activities?
a) voting
b) joining a political party
c) running as a candidate in an election
d) assisting a candidate with a political campaign

Which of the following assemblies uses the principle of regional representation (not representation of population) to determine membership?
a) Quebec's National Assembly
b) Canada's Senate
c) Canada's House of Commons
d) Alberta's Legislative Assembly

One responsibility of the Legislative Branch of the government in Canada is to
a) carry out decisions made by the government
b) decide how criminals will be punished
c) decide who has broken the law
d) pass laws for the country

The Executive Branch of Canada's federal government consists of
a) Prime Minister and Cabinet
b) Prime Minister and Senate
c) House of Commons and Cabinet
d) House of Commons and Senate

The role of the Executive Branch of the government is to
a) carry out the laws passed
b) interpret the laws
c) propose, amend, and pass laws
d) enforce the laws

The senate is an elected body of government.
a) True
b) False

As of October 19, 2015, Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party have a majority government.
a) True
b) False

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