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WLUPO263Christopher AndersonFall

PO263 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Logical Consequence, Responsible Government, Majoritarianism

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Regime: refers to the system of government and the underlying political principles that provides the legitimate basis for that form of government. A ki
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WLUPO263Christopher AndersonFall

PO263 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Bill Of Rights 1689, Royal Assent, Legislature

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2. 1 constitutions and their functions: constitution: a set of rules that authoritatively establish both the structure and their fundamental principles
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WLUPO263Christopher AndersonFall

PO263 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Correlation Does Not Imply Causation, General Idea, Minority Government

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Playing powers in different hands would minimize the abuse of political power: americans adopted montesquieu"s idea of separation of powers. In 1758 no
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WLUPO263Christopher AndersonFall

PO263 Chapter 4: PO263 Textbook Chapter 4 Notes

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WLUPO263Christopher AndersonFall

PO263 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Japanese Canadians, Liberal Democracy, Section 33 Of The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms

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5. 3 remedies: where there is a right, there is a remedy. In most cases, if the courts find a law in violation of the charter, they employ what is call
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WLUPO263Christopher AndersonFall

PO263 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Parliamentary Budget Officer, Speech From The Throne, Legislature

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Chapter 7: under the heading legislative power under section 17 of ca 1867 it declares that canada shall have parliament consisting of a hoc, senate an
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WLUPO263Christopher AndersonFall

PO263 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Responsible Government, Patriation, Charlottetown Accord

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WLUPO263Christopher AndersonFall

PO263 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Responsible Government, Lower Canada

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WLUPO263Christopher AndersonFall

PO263 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Backbencher

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Parliament adopts legislation and determines whether a cabinet has the right to govern. Existence of highly disciplined parliamentary parties means tha
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WLUPO263Christopher AndersonFall

PO263 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Collective Responsibility, Treasury Board, Royal Assent

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Parliament is the real seat of legislative power, but its decisions don"t have the force of law until they"ve received royal assent. Same with executiv
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WLUPO263Christopher AndersonFall

PO263 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Fiscal Federalism, Asymmetric Federalism, Main Source

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Unitary system of gov"n is a system in which all sovereign authority of that nation-state resides in 1 governing body-the national gov"n. May be other
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WLUPO263Christopher AndersonFall

PO263 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Section 33 Of The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms, Parliamentary Sovereignty, Freedom Of Movement

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