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Title: Social Studies 11 Jeopardy


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Social Studies 11 Jeopardy
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Quebec
First Nations
The Constitution
Law
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Theme 1 Prompt 100 Points
Name the three branches of government and their
functions/roles.
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Theme 1 Response 100 Points
1. Legislative Branch - Makes and changes
laws 2. Executive Branch - Carries out laws/
operates/ runs the govt 3. Judicial Branch -
enforces and interprets laws
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Theme 1 Prompt 200 Points
  • Which current federal political party would be
    most commonly associated with the following
    platform?
  • tax cuts for businesses
  • increase in military spending
  • longer jail time for criminals

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Theme 1 Response 200 Points
The Conservative Party
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Theme 1 Prompt 300 Points
Federal Election Results (based on a 306 seat
House of Commons) 1. Conservative Party
130 seats 2. Liberal Party - 111 seats
3. Bloc Quebecois 49 seats 4. New
Democratic Party 16 seats What type of
government did this result produce? What is the
role of the Liberal Party in the House of
Commons?
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Theme 1 Response 300 Points
Minority Government The Liberal Party forms the
Official Opposition
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Theme 1 Prompt 400 Points
Explain the process of how a bill becomes a law.
Give details.
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Theme 1 Response 400 Points
  1. Cabinet introduces Bill to House of Commons
    (First Reading)
  2. Bill is debated (Second Reading)
  3. Bill goes to Committees where amendments are made
  4. House of Commons votes on Bill (Third Reading)
  5. Senates votes and approves Bill
  6. Governor General signs Bill

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Theme 1 Prompt 500 Points
What is Cabinet Solidarity and give an example?
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Theme 1 Response 500 Points
When a Cabinet Minister shows public support for
the government, a show a government unity.
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Theme 2 Prompt 100 Points
What are the two types of law practiced in Canada?
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Theme 2 Response 100 Points
Criminal law and Civil law
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Theme 2 Prompt 200 Points
What roles do the judge and jury play in a
criminal trial?
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Theme 2 Response 200 Points
The Judge manages the courtroom proceedings and
determines punishment, may determine innocence or
guilt if jury is not present The Jury determines
the guilt or innocence of the accused
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Theme 2 Prompt 300 Points
What are the two types of criminal offences and
give examples of each?
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Theme 2 Response 300 Points
  • Summary offences
  • lesser offences such as shoplifting and
    trespassing
  • 2. Indictable offences
  • more serious crimes such as murder and rape

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Theme 2 Prompt 400 Points
Which court would handle matters relating to the
Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
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Theme 2 Response 400 Points
The Supreme Court of Canada
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Theme 2 Prompt 500 Points
Explain the terms equal under the law and equal
before the law and give examples of each.
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Theme 2 Response 500 Points
  • Equal under the law
  • All citizens regardless of race, gender, social
    status, religion etc. are subject to the same
    laws. No one in society is above the law.
  • Equal before the law
  • All citizens are to be treated equally when
    handled by police, judges and the court system
  • All citizens must have equal access to legal
    representation for example

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Theme 3 Prompt 100 Points
Which three documents comprise (make up) the
Canadian Constitution?
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Theme 3 Response 100 Points
The BNA Act, the amending formula, and the
Charter of Rights and Freedoms
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Theme 3 Prompt 200 Points
What is the amending formula?
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Theme 3 Response 200 Points
Changes to the Constitution can only be made when
7 out of 10 provinces comprising over 50 of the
total population agree.
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Theme 3 Prompt 300 Points
What are residuals powers and give an example?
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Theme 3 Response 300 Points
Powers which are not written in the BNA Act
belong to the federal level, such as internet,
space exploration.
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Theme 3 Prompt 400 Points
Explain and give examples for all of the
following 1.Mobility Right 2. Democratic
Right 3. Equality Right 4. Minority Language
Right 5. Legal Right
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Theme 3 Response 400 Points
  1. Mobility Right right to live and work in every
    province/territory in Canada
  2. Democratic Right right to vote in referenda and
    federal elections
  3. Equality Right to be equal to and have the same
    rights a all Canadians
  4. Minority language right the right to be educated
    in French or English anywhere in Canada where
    there is a large enough minority
  5. Legal right equal before the law, access to the
    court system and legal representation

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Theme 3 Prompt 500 Points
What is the notwithstanding clause? Why was it
included in the new Constitution?
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Theme 3 Response 500 Points
The notwithstanding clause was included in the
Charter of Rights and Freedoms so that provinces
could opt out of certain sections of the Charter
which challenged existing provincial laws. It was
included as a compromise between Trudeau and the
Provinces in the 1982 constitutional negotiations.
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Theme 4 Prompt 100 Points
What is the largest successful Aboriginal land
claim to date?
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Theme 4 Response 100 Points
Nunavut territory in 1999
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Theme 4 Prompt 200 Points
Explain the confrontation shown in the above
picture. What was the outcome, result?
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Theme 4 Response 200 Points
1990 Stand-off between Mohawk warrior and the
Canadian army which began over construction of a
golf course on disputed Mohawk land 72 day
stand-off in Oka, Quebec resulted in the death of
one Quebec provincial police officer Federal
govt purchased disputed land and returned it to
the Mohawk reserve
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Theme 4 Prompt 300 Points
What were residential schools and what effect did
they have on Native children?
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Theme 4 Response 300 Points
Residential School were established by the
federal govt in the mid 1840s in an effort to
assimilate and Christianize First Nations
youth School forbade the use of First Nations
languages and customs
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Theme 4 Prompt 400 Points
What is the purpose of the Indian Act and give
two examples of amendments since 1876?
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Theme 4 Response 400 Points
-To make First Nations wards of the federal
government - 1885 potlatch
ceremony was banned - 1923
illegal to pursue land claims -
1951 potlatch ban revoked -1960
status Natives gain right to vote
- 1985 determination of status and right of
self-govt
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Theme 4 Prompt 500 Points
What is the difference between a specific land
claim and a comprehensive land claim?
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Theme 4 Response 500 Points
  • Specific land claim
  • Deals with Treaties which have been signed by
    Natives and the federal government over issues
    such as the size of the land, fishing and hunting
    rights and access and control over resources
  • Comprehensive land claim
  • Involves the inherent right of First Nations
    people to claim ancestral lands, where they had
    fished, farmed and lived on for generations
  • does not deal with specific treaties
  • Involves the larger issue of the right of First
    Peoples to their original lands 1994 Nisgaa
    claim was a comprehensive land claim

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Theme 5 Prompt 100 Points
What event is shown in the above pictures?
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Theme 5 Response 100 Points
The 1970 October / FLQ crisis
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Theme 5 Prompt 200 Points
What event divided Canada in World War I in 1917,
explain?
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Theme 5 Response 200 Points
  • -The Conscription crisis divided French and
    English Canada
  • Prime Minister Borden had passed the
    controversial Military Service Act in 1917
    requiring all able-bodied men to register and
    serve in the Canadian army for overseas service
  • Riots broke out in Quebec and the issue divided
    the federal Liberal Party

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Theme 5 Prompt 300 Points
What happened in 1980 and what was the result?
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Theme 5 Response 300 Points
  • -1980 Quebec Referendum on sovereignty-association
  • 60 of Quebeckers voted No and 40 voted Yes
  • Prime Minister Trudeau had promised a new
    constitution which would satisfy Quebec,
    deflating the hopes of many in the Yes camp

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Theme 5 Prompt 400 Points
What was Bill 101?
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Theme 5 Response 400 Points
  • Passed by Premier Levesques Parti Quebecois in
    1977, making French the only official language of
    Quebec at the provincial level
  • The law required that all provincial public
    servants speak French and that all signs be in
    French

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Theme 5 Prompt 500 Points
What was the Meech Lake Accord, how did if affect
Quebec and why did it fail?
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Theme 5 Response 500 Points
  • -Constitutional changes proposed by Prime
    Minister Mulroney between 1987-1990
  • Aimed to include Quebec in the constitution by
    offering distinct society to Quebec including
    guaranteeing Quebec 3 out of 9 of the Supreme
    Court seats
  • Manitoba and Newfoundland failed to ratify the
    Accord
  • Many Western Canadians and Native Groups felt
    left out and opposed Meech

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