“In 1874, ‘Treaty 4’ was signed in Fort Qu’Appelle and last Tuesday, Gov. Gen. David Johnston delivered a speech to ‘First Nations’ leaders during the annual ‘Treaty 4 Gathering’. 2,626 more words
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The subject of Australia becoming a republic rather than having Queen Elizabeth II and her descendants as our head of state is never far from the headlines, it rears its ugly head with monotonous regularity, particularly when a federal election is pending. 614 more words
Her Excellency Sharon Johnston toured the Mental Health Clinic of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Health Services Centre (Atlantic) in Halifax on Wednesday in her new role as honourary captain (Navy) for Military Personnel Command. 296 more words
Hello year 12s and welcome to a very relevant section of your course – The Executive.
You should easily be able to tell me what sections of the constitution are related to the executive, what chapters, whether they are effective in their role and most importantly….how they are appointed. 103 more words
Recent events within parliament surrounding bill C-14 have cast a light on the possibilities of the two houses of parliament stuck at a deadlock. In actuality, any theorizing was dubbed moot because the House of Commons rejected the proposals from the Senate on bill C-14 and the Senate duly accepted the rejection from the Lower Chamber. 979 more words