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by Nathan Tidridge

Author: Nathan Tidridge
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Natural Heritage (December 9, 2011)
Pages: 285 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.3
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Canada's Constitutional Monarchy has been written to counter the misinformation given to Canadians .

Canada's Constitutional Monarchy has been written to counter the misinformation given to Canadians, reintroducing them to a rich institution integral to our ideals of democracy and parliamentary government. Nathan Tidridge presents the Canadian Crown as a colourful and unique institution at the very heart of our Confederation, exploring its history from its beginnings in 16th-century New France, as well as its modern relationships with First Nations, Honours, Heraldry, and the day-to-day life of the country.

Canada's Constitutional Monarchy - Nathan Tidridge. Dedicated to my daughters Sophie and Elyse

Canada's Constitutional Monarchy - Nathan Tidridge. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge participate in a July 1 citizenship ceremony, welcoming new Canadians and handing out flags. Department of Canadian Heritage. Dedicated to my daughters Sophie and Elyse, as well as all other students of Canada’s history and government.

Canada’s Constitutional Monarchy has been written to counter the misinformation given to Canadians . Nathan Tidridge was awarded the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal for his 15 years of volunteer support in the education of Canadians on the role of the Crown.

Canada’s Constitutional Monarchy has been written to counter the misinformation given to Canadians, reintroducing them to a rich institution integral to our ideals of democracy and parliamentary government. He teaches Canadian history and government at Waterdown District High School and was awarded the Premier’s Award for Teaching Excellence (Teacher of the Year) in 2007. Tidridge lives in Carlisle, Ontario.

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Canada’s Constitutional Monarchy has been written to counter the misinformation given to Canadians, reintroducing them to a rich institution integral to our ideals of democracy and parliamentary government

Canada’s Constitutional Monarchy has been written to counter the misinformation given to Canadians, reintroducing them to a rich institution integral to our ideals of democracy and parliamentary government.

Canada's Constitutional Monarchy An Introduction to Our Form of Government by Nathan Tidridge and Publisher Natural Heritage. Canadian customers may purchase from our stores in Canada or the US. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781459700840, 1459700848. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9781554889808, 1554889804. Canada.

The Constitution of Canada is a large number of documents that have been entrenched in the constitution by various means. Regardless of how documents became entrenched, together those documents form the supreme law of Canada; no non-constitutional law may conflict with them, and none of them may be changed without following the amending formula given in Part V of the Constitution Act, 1982.

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The Canadian Crown is a unique institution that has been integral to our ideals of democracy from its beginning in 16th-century New France.

Canadians enjoy one of the most stable forms of government on the planet, but there is a crisis in our understanding of the role the Crown plays in that government. Media often refer to the governor general as the Canadian head of state, and the queen is frequently misidentified in Canada as only the British monarch, yet she has been queen of Canada since 1952. Even government publications routinely cast the Crown as merely a symbolic institution with no impact on the daily lives of Canadians ― this is simply not true. Errors such as these are echoed in school textbooks and curriculum outlines.

Canada’s Constitutional Monarchy has been written to counter the misinformation given to Canadians, reintroducing them to a rich institution integral to our ideals of democracy and parliamentary government. Nathan Tidridge presents the Canadian Crown as a colourful and unique institution at the very heart of our Confederation, exploring its history from its beginnings in 16th-century New France, as well as its modern relationships with First Nations, Honours, Heraldry, and the day-to-day life of the country.