Four coordinating bodies that steer government business across all departments

Four coordinating bodies that steer government

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Four coordinating bodies that steer government business across all departments: o PMO o Privy Council Office –coordinates the federal government’s overall implementation of policy o Treasury Board Secretariat – coordinates government spending o Department of Finance – sets and monitors government’s fiscal and economic policy Line Departments Units responsible for the development and delivery of policy, programs, or services under a particular portfolio Their existence tends to be closely related to areas of jurisdiction that are enumerated in sections 91 to 95 of the Constitution Act, 1967 Agencies, Boards and Commissions ABC – responsible for delivering a program or service, or producing goods, at an arm’s length from the government
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Government agency – operates on behalf of the government Government board – public advisory committee made up of appointed citizens Government commission – provides specialized policy expertise and oversight Royal commission/commission of inquiry – special research investigation of a contentious area of public policy Crown corporations – enterprises owned by federal or provincial government Midterm Part 1- M/C o 10 q’s each worth 1 mark Who was the first PM of Canada In what year did the charter of rights become law- 1982 Part 2- fill in the blank o 10 q’s each worth 2 mark In the ___ approach power is broadly dispersed throughout society (pluralist) Education policy belongs to the ___government under the terms of the Canadian constitution (provincial) Part 3- identify and explain significance of 5 terms o Each term is worth 4 marks o Write sentences Responsible government
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Unwritten component of the constitution. Governs the actions of ministers and government itself. If you as a government can not control majority of support in the house of commons you need to resign. Must maintain confidence in the budget or throne speech. Royal proclamation act 1763 Est. aboriginal rights to self-govt Canadas first constitution Settled the wat between English and the french
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