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Federal-Elections

Federal Elections

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Which government is responsible for Aboriginal Affairs?

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How many candidates can there be in an electoral district?

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What is the eligibility to vote in a federal election?

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The Voter information card contains

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The voters’ lists used during federal elections and referendums are produced by a neutral agency of Parliament called _____.

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Who notifies you when elections are called with your voting information?

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“By-laws” that affects only the local community are passed by _____.

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Who chooses the ministers of the Crown in Canada?

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Can you advance polls during elections?

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Local or municipal government are generally responsible for

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If a majority of the members of the House of Commons vote against a major government decision, the party in power is ____.

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How many years old citizen can run in a federal election?

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The decisions made by the Cabinet can not be questioned by the members of the House of Commons.

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What do you mark next to the name of the candidate of your choice on the ballot?

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Can someone watch you vote and look at how you voted?

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The federal government is responsible for

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Members of the House of Commons are also known as members of Parliament or MPs.

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The party in power that holds less than half of the seats in the House of Commons is called a minority government.

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You will be invited to go to the poll officials to mark your ballot in front of them.

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You need to tell the union representative who you voted for.

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What is the eligibility to cast a ballot in a federal referendum?

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What does a secret ballot mean?

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Electors whose information is in __________ will receive a voter information card.

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_____ is a continuously-updated permanent database of eligible electors for federal elections in Canada.

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One of the privileges of Canadian citizenship is the ___.

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Can the Prime Minister call an earlier election?

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The poll official will give your ballot back to you to deposit in the ballot box without tearing off the ballot number.

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Who becomes the MP for the particular electoral district? 

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The party in power that holds at least half of the seats in the House of Commons is called a majority government.

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When can you be added to the voters’ list?

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What number can you call if you do not receive a voter information card?

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Who becomes the Prime Minister?

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Federal and Provincial and Territorial government has shared responsibilities for___________.

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_____is a geographical area represented by a member of Parliament (MP).

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Can voters re-elect the same members of the House of Commons?

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Who challenges the governing party with the goal of improving legislation?

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The rules of Provincial, territorial and municipal elections are the same as those for federal elections.

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How many electoral districts are there in Canada?

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As long as the Prime Minister and the party in power have _____, they can run the government.

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Who is responsible for running the federal government departments?

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When do the Federal elections take place?

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Provincial and Territorial government is responsible for

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Cabinet makes important decisions like 

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How many MPs sit in the House of Commons elected by the citizens in each electoral district?

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The people who run for Federal Elections in Canada are called____.

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Which are the three major political parties of Canada?

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Who has major responsibilities on First Nations reserves?

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Which of the following is considered a Matter of Confidence?

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If you do not receive a voter information card, who can you reach out to?

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How does Elections Canada notify you about your voting information when elections are called?

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What you should bring to the polling station on election day?

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What happens immediately after the polling stations close?

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Elections results can be seen on the website.

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The opposition party with the most seats is called__.

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