government of Canada
The Charter applies to the Parliament as well as the government of Canada in respect of all matter within the authority of Parliament! see s32
The Government of Canada is the federal administration of Canada. In bijural Canada, the term can mean either the collective set of institutions or specifically the Queen-in-Council also known as the Queen's Privy Council for Canada. In both senses, the bijural construct was established at Confederation—through the Constitution Act, 1867—as a common law federal constitutional monarchy, wherein the Canadian Crown acts as the core. However the the Canadian Crown which acts as the core is limited by the CONSTITUTION ACT, 1867 and particularly the CANADIAN CHARTER OF RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS.
The Trudeau Government is different than the Government of Canada. Like wise for the Clark Government which is different than the Government of BC here in BC. Each identifies the two separate and distinct governments that have to exist in bijural Canada and BC.
The Trudeau Government and the Clark Government need the consent of the private individual as a "class of subject" to legislatively govern that individual.
It is the government of Canada and the Government of BC that has signed the international treaties that guarantee our inalienable rights and the other governments that are sued for damages when those rights are violated.
Canadian federalismWhat is EXECUTIVE BRANCH?
The powers of the parliaments in Canada are limited by the constitution, which divides legislative abilities between the federal and provincial governments; in general, the legislatures of the provinces may only pass laws relating to topics explicitly reserved for them by the constitution. Any matter not under the exclusive authority of the provincial legislatures is claimed to be within the scope of the federal parliament's power, but the statement is not true. The constitution s91 says that any Matter coming within any of the Classes of Subjects enumerated in this Section.
Mentally, voters and reporters succumb to the mistaken notion that we elect 'governments' of prime ministers and cabinets with unrestrained authority and that truly idealistic notion of 'democracy' involves precisely the kind of authoritarianism found. However in reality that unrestrained democracy according to the charter does not apply to everyone [s32] and cannot be applied to everyone [s31].
Monarchy of Canada and Public understanding
Polls have suggested Canadians generally do not have a solid understanding of civics, which has been theorised to be a result of less attention being given to the subject in provincial education curricula, beginning in the 1960s. By 2008, a poll showed only 24% of respondents could name the Queen as head of state <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Government_of_Canada> Theorised? The attack was planned and organized country wide to dumb down the population so we would not see the conspiracy that is being run on us!
Operations and management arm of the Federal government. A primary branch in most democratic governments. Top executive in this branch is typically the Prime Minister, or President, as in the US. The branch includes all agencies under the direct control of this executive. Contrast and refer to the judicial branch and the legislative branch. From <http://thelawdictionary.org/executive-branch/>
Most democratic governments run elections where all the eligible inhabitants are allowed to vote! Unlike the federal and provincial elections held in Canada where discrimination is used to allow only those inhabitants’ who consent to be enumerated as classes of subjects are now allowed to vote in this fair democratic society that can and does ignore the bijural nature of the inhabitants and their rights.
What is JUDICIAL BRANCH?
Primary governmental branch. A Chief Justice with all the courts and agencies under direct control to protect citizens. From <http://thelawdictionary.org/judicial-branch/>
Protect the citizens from the legislative branch according to section s32 of the Constitution Act which can only past acts etcetera that are applicable to classes of subjects under their authority and the inhabitants are not included!
What is LEGISLATIVE?
Making or giving laws; pertaining to the function of law-making or to the process of enactment of laws. See IOvausville v. State, 118 Ind. 426, 21 N. E. 267, 4 L. R. A. 93. From <http://thelawdictionary.org/legislative/>
The legislative branch according to section s32 of the Constitution Act can only past acts etcetera that are applicable to classes of subjects under their authority and part of the undemocratic government itself and the inhabitants are not included!
CIK: 0000230098 State Location: DC
SIC: 8888 - FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS
Any place where you are dealing with the "CANADA" instead of Canada stop and think about this corporation!
WASHINGTON, DC 20001
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
OTTAWA, ONTARIO, Z4 K1A 0G5
So the last federal election was the election of the president of a corporation too?
Without your consent what authority could they possibly have over you?
- a member of the Commonwealth of Nations
- is a common law jurisdiction
- a country where the Constitution Act names 4 common law courts that are not regulated by the civil federal or provincial governments in s96 and s101
- a federation
- a COUNTRY - 2. a : the land of a person's birth, residence, or citizenship
- legally and lawfully bound to protect the rights of citizens of both societies according to theCharter- 26. The guarantee in this Charter of certain rights and freedoms shall not be construed as denying the existence of any other rights or freedoms that exist in Canada. Of course that depends on YOU knowing what your rights are and how to protect them!
- more coming
- a corporate front to its constitutional bijural self
- corporate elections
- a de facto house of commons
- a de jure common law Constitution Act
- two legai systems
- two distinct societies, those who are enumerated as a class of subjects and those who are not