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  1. Voters
  2. Member of Parliament
  3. House of Commons
  4. Senator
  5. Senate
  6. Cabinet Minister
  7. Cabinet
  8. Prime Minister
  9. Governor General
  10. Parliament
  11. Monarch
  12. Confidence of the House
  13. Responsible Government
  14. Constitutional Convention


  1. Sometimes called the Red Chamber.
  2. 18 and a Canadian citizen
  3. They are appointed by the Governor General
  4. Elected to represent people of a region in Parliament.
  5. The part of Parliament where the MPs work.
  6. They run government departments.
  7. He is the head of government and appoints the Cabinet.
  8. This person works to represent the Queen in Canada.
  9. Currently Elizabeth II. Not a butterfly.
  10. PM's party needs this to stay in power.
  11. Government answers to the House.
  12. A rule that's unwritten but everyone knows is true.
  • Member of Parliament
  • Constitutional Convention
  • Confidence of the House.
  • Voter
  • Governor General
  • Prime Minister
  • Responsible Government
  • Senate
  • House of Commons
  • Senators
  • Cabinet Ministers
  • Monarch

Who am I?

  1. I am what the Prime Minister needs if he's going to keep running the government. What am I?
  2. I'm an unwritten rule about the government that everyone knows is true. What am I?
  3. I'm 18 and a Canadian citizen. Who am I?
  4. I'm the Red Chamber, and here we discuss what the House has already. What am I?
  5. I am the head of government and leader of the largest party in Parliament. Who am I?
  6. I am the part of Parliament where the elected representatives debate new laws. What am I?
  7. I represent your area in Parliament and I'm usually abbreviated to two letters. Who am I?
  8. I represent the Queen in Canada. Before a bill becomes law I must sign it on behalf of the Queen. Who am I?
  9. I'm appointed by the Governor General on the advice of the Prime Minister. Who am I?
  10. I run a government department. Some say I'm a "preacher in a closet." Who am I?
  11. I'm the House of Commons and the Senate, and a Hill. What am I?
  12. I "rule" the country, at least in name. Who am I?
  13. My name means the government is responsible to the House, not necessarily that the government acts responsibly. What am I?