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Department
Criminology
Course
CRM1300
Professor
Carolyn Gordon
Semester
Fall

Description
Moreno question.  Two levels of government: Lewis Moreno – variations usesd. Which question corresponds with your feeling of identity. In most federation, the residual cause belongs to the provinces and in the American  context – whatever is not in the constitution belongs to the state. In Canada, what’s not in  the constitution belongs to the federal government. Originally, Canada is a centralized  federation. One issue is telecommunication (broadcast radio, television ) because of the  residual clause it became the responsibility of the federal government. Health is a  provincial government but federal gov’t has a role in health.  Characteristic of a federation:  ▯Neutral emperor Until 1949, the ultimate emperor was the judicial community of the private council   (JCPC) in London (Because we were a colony of British Colony) and after that it has  been the supreme court of Canada.  ▯Weaker institutionalized of intergovernmental relation (if we compare with other  federations) Compare Canada and Germany Constitution might say these are the responsibility buts it’s complex in real life: Interstate federalism – mechanism that allows federal and provincial levels to negotiate  on a series of issues e.g: health, education Structural – we dot have enough institutions Society – Canada the ideology takes regional/provincial form  Intrastate federalism – Usually refers to the representation of provinces and states in the  central government. That is supposed to be the job of the senate (in Canada). We don’t have very 
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