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Question 1: Court system
Peace, Order and Good Government
Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Canadian Senate divisionsBritish North America Acts28th Canadian MinistryCanadian federalism

Question 2: ________ (1868-1936)
Minister of Agriculture (Canada)Minister of Justice (Canada)Minister of Fisheries and Oceans (Canada)Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Canada)

Question 3: ________ (1977-2006, now vacant)
Prime Minister of CanadaMinister of Finance (Canada)Deputy Prime Minister of CanadaLeader of the Government in the House of Commons (Canada)

Question 4: ________ (1867-1996)
Secretary of State for CanadaCharles TupperErnest LapointeArthur Meighen

Question 5: Under the chairmanship of ________, the number increased again to 39, in the vicinity of which it has remained; the Cabinet proper currently comprises 38 ministers,[10]
John TurnerPierre TrudeauPaul MartinJean Chrétien

Question 6: Executive Councils
Politics of the Canadian provinces
British North America ActsCanadian Senate divisionsMunicipal government in CanadaCanadian federalism

Question 7: Mulroney's successor, ________, reduced this number, and Jean Chrétien eliminated approximately 10 members of the ministry from the Cabinet, so that by 1994 there were a total of 23 persons in Cabinet.
Hugh GuthrieJoe ClarkMackenzie BowellKim Campbell

Question 8: ________ and Royal Commissions are also called through a Royal Warrant issued by the Queen or Governor-in-Council.
Barr TribunalIrelandBloody Sunday (1972)Public inquiry

Question 9: Throughout the 20th century, Cabinets had been expanding in size until the Cabinet chaired by ________, with a population of 40 ministers.
Joe ClarkPierre TrudeauJean ChrétienBrian Mulroney

Question 10: The Cabinet of Canada (French: Cabinet du Canada) is a body of ministers of the Crown that, along with the Canadian monarch, and within the tenets of the ________, forms the government of Canada.
Commonwealth realmParliamentary systemPrime ministerWestminster system

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