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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Canaideain Government (Legislative and Executive) The Executive BranchIn Canada, the executive is comprised of the Crown (the Head of State), represented by the Governor General, the Prime Minister (the Head of Government) and the Cabinet.Purpose of the branch:Runs day to day business of the government.This is where the administration works.Where bills become laws.Roles:Proposes most laws.Puts laws into action.Runs daily businesses of the government.Responsibilities:The executive Branch implements the decisions required to maintain the rule of law and the well being of Canadians. The Legislative BranchThe branch of the federal and state government empowered to make the laws that are then enforced by the executive branch and interpreted by the judicial branch. The legislative branch consists of Congress and the fifty state legislatures.Purpose of the Branch:Makes lawsRepresents the interest and the rights of Canada's regions.Two Houses in the Legislative Branch:Senate (Upper House)House of Commons (Lower House)Responsibilities:To represent the citizens of Canada in the Senate and the House of Commons also have the citizens voices herad. Similarities:Both of the branches deal with laws.Both of the branches Run daily government busnesses.Both branches represent Canada.Both branches are in Canada's government. The House of CommonsThe House of Commons is related to the size of the population in each province territory. Province with larger population have more member of parliament. The SenateIn the Canadian federal system, we have both elected and appointed representatives.Members of the senate are appointed members and are appointed by the governor general on the recommendation of the Prime Minister.
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