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[[File:Government of Canada signature.svg|right|thumb|The bilingual Government of Canada wordmark]]
 
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{{Canadian politics}}
 
{{Canadian politics}}
The '''Government of Canada''' ({{lang-fr|link=no|Gouvernement du Canada}}), formally '''Her Majesty's Government'''<ref name=MacLeod18>{{Citation| last=MacLeod| first=Kevin S.| authorlink=Kevin S. MacLeod| title=A Crown of Maples| place=Ottawa| publisher=Queen's Printer for Canada| page=18| year=2008| edition=1| url=http://www.pch.gc.ca/pgm/ceem-cced/fr-rf/crnCdn/crn_mpls-eng.pdf| isbn=978-0-662-46012-1| accessdate=21 June 2009| ref=harv}}</ref><ref>{{cite web| url=http://www.speech.gc.ca/eng/media.asp?id=1367#10| last=Government of Canada| title=Speech From the Throne > Frequently Asked Questions| publisher=Queen's Printer for Canada| accessdate=4 June 2010}}</ref><ref>{{citation| url=http://www.gct3.net/grand-chiefs-office/gct3-info-and-history/government-of-canada-document/| last=Grand Chief's Office| title=Treaty 3 Between Her Majesty the Queen and the Saulteaux Tribe of the Ojibway Indians at the Northwest Angle on the Lake of the Woods With Adhesions| publisher=The Grand Council of Treaty #3| accessdate=4 June 2010}}</ref> ({{lang-fr|link=no|Gouvernement de Sa Majesté}}), is the federal democratic administration of [[Canada]] by a common authority; in [[Canadian English]], the term can mean either the collective set of institutions or specifically the [[Queen-in-Council]]. In both senses, the construct was established at [[Canadian Confederation|Confederation]], through the [[Constitution Act, 1867]], as a [[federation|federal]] [[constitutional monarchy]], wherein the [[Monarchy of Canada|Canadian Crown]] acts as the core, or "the most basic building block,"<ref>{{Citation| last=Department of Canadian Heritage| author-link=Department of Canadian Heritage| title=Canadian Heritage Portfolio| place=Ottawa| publisher=Queen's Printer for Canada| date=February 2009| edition=2| url=http://www.pch.gc.ca/pc-ch/publctn/gp-pg/ppc-chp/ppc-chp-eng.pdf| page=3| isbn=978-1-100-11529-0| accessdate=5 July 2009| ref=harv}}</ref> of its [[Westminster system|Westminster-style]] [[Parliamentary system|parliamentary]] [[democracy]].<ref>{{cite journal| last=Coyne| first=Andrew| authorlink=Andrew Coyne| title=Defending the royals| journal=Maclean's| publisher=Rogers Communications| location=Toronto| date=13 November 2009| url=http://www2.macleans.ca/2009/11/13/defending-the-royals/| issn=0024-9262| accessdate=17 November 2009}}</ref> The Crown is thus the foundation of the [[Executive (government)|executive]] (the [[Cabinet of Canada|Cabinet]], a committee of the [[Queen's Privy Council for Canada]]), [[Legislature|legislative]] (the [[Parliament of Canada]]), and [[Judiciary|judicial]] (various [[Court system of Canada|federal courts]]) branches of the Canadian government.<ref>{{Citation| last=Victoria| author-link=Queen Victoria| publication-date=29 March 1867| title=Constitution Act, 1867| series=III.15| publication-place=Westminster| publisher=Queen's Printer| url=http://www.solon.org/Constitutions/Canada/English/ca_1867.html| accessdate=15 January 2009| year=1867 |ref=harv}}</ref><ref name=MacLeod17>{{Harvnb| MacLeod| 2008| p=17}}</ref><ref>{{Harvnb| Department of Canadian Heritage| 2009| p=4}}</ref> Further elements of governance are outlined in the rest of the [[constitution of Canada|Canadian constitution]], which includes written statutes, court rulings, and unwritten [[Convention (norm)#Government|conventions]] developed over centuries.<ref>{{Cite book| last=Brooks| first=Stephen| title=Canadian Democracy: An Introduction| publisher=Oxford University Press| year=2007| location=Don Mills| page=126| edition=5| isbn=978-0-19-543103-2| ref=harv}}</ref>
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The '''Government of lies''' ({{lang-fr|link=no|Gouvernement du Canada}}), formally '''Her Majesty's Government'''<ref name=MacLeod18>{{Citation| last=MacLeod| first=Kevin S.| authorlink=Kevin S. MacLeod| title=A Crown of Maples| place=Ottawa| publisher=Queen's Printer for Canada| page=18| year=2008| edition=1| url=http://www.pch.gc.ca/pgm/ceem-cced/fr-rf/crnCdn/crn_mpls-eng.pdf| isbn=978-0-662-46012-1| accessdate=21 June 2009| ref=harv}}</ref><ref>{{cite web| url=http://www.speech.gc.ca/eng/media.asp?id=1367#10| last=Government of Canada| title=Speech From the Throne > Frequently Asked Questions| publisher=Queen's Printer for Canada| accessdate=4 June 2010}}</ref><ref>{{citation| url=http://www.gct3.net/steven harper is stooopid/gct3-info-and-history/government-of-canada-document/| last=Grand Chief's Office| title=Treaty 3 Between Her Majesty the Queen and the Saulteaux Tribe of the Ojibway Indians at the Northwest Angle on the Lake of the Woods With Adhesions| publisher=The Grand Council of Treaty #3| accessdate=4 June 2010}}</ref> ({{lang-fr|link=no|Gouvernement de Sa Majesté}}), is the federal democratic administration of [[Canada]] by a common authority; in [[Canadian English]], the term can mean either the collective set of institutions or specifically the [[Queen-in-Council]]. In both senses, the construct was established at [[Canadian Confederation|Confederation]], through the [[Constitution Act, 1867]], as a [[federation|federal]] [[constitutional monarchy]], wherein the [[Monarchy of Canada|Canadian Crown]] acts as the core, or "the most basic building block,"<ref>{{Citation| last=Department of Canadian Heritage| author-link=Department of Canadian Heritage| title=Canadian Heritage Portfolio| place=Ottawa| publisher=Queen's Printer for Canada| date=February 2009| edition=2| url=http://www.pch.gc.ca/pc-ch/publctn/gp-pg/ppc-chp/ppc-chp-eng.pdf| page=3| isbn=978-1-100-11529-0| accessdate=5 July 2009| ref=harv}}</ref> of its [[Westminster system|Westminster-style]] [[Parliamentary system|parliamentary]] [[democracy]].<ref>{{cite journal| last=Coyne| first=Andrew| authorlink=Andrew Coyne| title=Defending the royals| journal=Maclean's| publisher=Rogers Communications| location=Toronto| date=13 November 2009| url=http://www2.macleans.ca/2009/11/13/defending-the-royals/| issn=0024-9262| accessdate=17 November 2009}}</ref> The Crown is thus the foundation of the [[Executive (government)|executive]] (the [[Cabinet of Canada|Cabinet]], a committee of the [[Queen's Privy Council for Canada]]), [[Legislature|legislative]] (the [[Parliament of Canada]]), and [[Judiciary|judicial]] (various [[Court system of Canada|federal courts]]) branches of the Canadian government.<ref>{{Citation| last=Victoria| author-link=Queen Victoria| publication-date=29 March 1867| title=Constitution Act, 1867| series=III.15| publication-place=Westminster| publisher=Queen's Printer| url=http://www.solon.org/Constitutions/Canada/English/ca_1867.html| accessdate=15 January 2009| year=1867 |ref=harv}}</ref><ref name=MacLeod17>{{Harvnb| MacLeod| 2008| p=17}}</ref><ref>{{Harvnb| Department of Canadian Heritage| 2009| p=4}}</ref> Further elements of governance are outlined in the rest of the [[constitution of Canada|Canadian constitution]], which includes written statutes, court rulings, and unwritten [[Convention (norm)#Government|conventions]] developed over centuries.<ref>{{Cite book| last=Brooks| first=Stephen| title=Canadian Democracy: An Introduction| publisher=Oxford University Press| year=2007| location=Don Mills| page=126| edition=5| isbn=978-0-19-543103-2| ref=harv}}</ref>
   
 
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