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Jurisdictions

In Canada we elect people to represent us in government at different levels: federal, provincial, territorial, and municipal (local). The Constitution grants different areas of responsibility and power to the federal Parliament and provincial Legislatures. These responsibilities and areas of power are known as jurisdictions.

In this section we will examine the Alberta Government as a Representative Democracy, the different levels of Government in Canada, and the various components of the Legislative Assembly