Canadian politics, Humanities

Canadian Politics-In one sense, the Constitution of Canada is extremely old and in the other sense, this is new.The Constitution Act of 1867 formerly termed as the British North America Act 1867 and still termed as informally as the BNA Act, is a main part of Canada's Constitution. The Act formed a federal dominion and explains much of the operation of the government of the country consisting of its bicameral legislature, its federal structure, the justice system, and the taxation system. The British North America Acts, comprising the 1867 Act, were renamed in the year 1982 along with the partition of the Canadian constitution to Canada.

The Executive Branch?

The House of Commons?

The Senate?

Political Parties?

The Judiciary?

The Provinces?

What is Canadian Politics? Please provide me report on Canadian Politics. It is about 2000 words count report on topic Walter Model.

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