Dustin Martin, Author at LawNow Magazine

Democratic Governance: The Constitution and Canada’s Branches of Government

Introduction Canada is a “constitutional monarchy,” which is a form of government where monarchs act as the political heads of state but their powers are kept within the boundaries of that country’s constitution. [1] In Canada, the monarch is the Queen. At the time of Confederation, the Constitution Act, 1867 (then called the British North America Act), as […]

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Lorraine Snyder
Lorraine Snyder is a law student at the University of Alberta.
 

Dustin Martin
 


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