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  • 1) In situation where the party in power is defeated, the Prime Minister advises the Governor General to call for an immediate election.

  • 2) What is the Official opposition known as?

  • 3) Candidates who have attained eligibility for voting, has to notify the concerned authority for enrolling his name in the voters register.

  • 4) Whom should a person approach for resolving any Legal issues in court on your behalf?

  • 5) Members of House of Commons known as the Member of Parliament.

  • 6) When is the Federal Election held?

  • 7) Who owns the authority to appoint Prime Minister post election?

  • 8) The major urban centres do have municipal police forces.

  • 9) A person after attaining voting age can enrol his name in the voters list or in the National Register of Electors till the last day of election and also if not received the voter information card.

  • 10) Besides being an adult of 18, what are the other requisite for being a voter in Canada?

  • 11) What does the term ‘Presumption of Innocence’ imply?

  • 12) A government will be able to function as long as it has the confidence and support of majority of MPs.

  • 13) Any citizen can call the local Election Officer or may visit the office of Election Canada at Ottawa for collecting the Voter Card if the same is not received in time.

  • 14) All contents related to name, sex, address, birth date and change of address due to transfer need to be shown in the check box of the FORM of Citizenship application.

  • 15) Secret Ballot is a right secured by the Canadian Law.

  • 16) Which government is responsible for the maintenance of roads and streets, snow removal, recreation facilities, sanitation and fire fighting?

  • 17) Budgets are always major issues and confidential matters.

  • 18) Who or which body prepares budget as well as proposes for new laws?

  • 19) In most of the provinces of Canada, what do they call to an ‘Appeal court’ and the ‘Trial court’?

  • 20) How many ridings, and constituencies are there in Canada?


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