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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Branches of Government Executive Branch Legislative Branch House of Commons The Senate House of commons also known as the lower house of parliament's role is to vote and make bills for Canadian citizens that are later pasted on to the senate.Their are 338 seats ( 338 MPs) in the House of commons. Members are elected by the system of first past the post. Each MP represents 100,000 people. The porpuse of the Senate also known as the upper house of the parliament is to go over the bills that come from the house of commons. Their are 105 senators in the senate that are appointed by the Governor General by the advise of the PM. The Executive branch first breanch of the canadian polical system. It's job is to make desions for the benifet of the people of canada. It is made up of the Governor general as the Queen's representative, the prime minister and cabinet. Governor General Prime Minister The Cabinet Person with the most power in the government, (elected by the people).Head of the federal government. The one who appoints MP's form their party and Senators for the senate. Appointed by the PM, the Governor General is the one who appoint's senators by the advise of the PM, sign's bill, represents the crown in Canada, open's and closes parliament. Changes every 5 years. The Cabinet is a body of ministers. They are appointed from the house of commens or the senate. Their job is to advise the PM several department such as foreign affairs, defence, agri-food,etc. HOW A BILL BECOMES A LAW 1. First Reading (bill is read in the HOC)2. Second Reading ( members debate on the bill)3. Committee Stage ( they study the bill)4. Report Stage ( Members make their amendments) 5. Third Reading ( members vote on the bill)6. Senate ( the same process happens again)7. Royal Assent ( the bill now becomes a law after being signed Governor General.
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