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1

The Governor General:

The Governor General is _______ on the advice of the ________.

Appointed

Prime Minister

2

The Governor General:

Other tasks include reading the speech from the _____, giving ________ to bills, signing state documents and dissolving _____ for an election.

Throne

Royal assent

Parliament

3

The Senate:

There are _____ senators in total.

105

4

The Senate:

Each major region of the country receives _____ Seats.

Equal

5

The Senate:

The job of the senate is to study, ________, and either _________ or __________ bills passed by the House of Commons.

Amends

Passes

Rejects

6

The Senate:

Bills, which are proposed laws, can start in the senate, but can not be bills which spend public ________ or impose ______.

Money

Taxes

7

The Senate:

One controversial fact about the Senate is that Senators are ______ and not elected.

Appointed

8

The Senate:

They may hold office until the age of ________.

75

9

House of Commons:

In total there are ______ seats in the House of Commons.

308

10

House of Commons:

The number of MP’s is determined by the ______ of each province.

Population

11

House of Commons:

The three provinces with the most seats include ______( ),________ ( ),________( ).

Ontario (106)
Quebec (75)
British Columbia (36)