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Federal

Responsibilities
National defence:

The Department of
National Defence
commonly abbreviated as
DND, is a Canadian
government department
responsible for defending
Canada's interests and
values at home and
abroad.

Foreign diplomacy:

Government, Politics &


Diplomacy) the conduct of
the relations of one state
with another by peaceful
means.

International trade:

International trade is the


exchange of capital,
goods, and services
across international
borders or territories,
which could involve the
activities of the
government and individual.

Aboriginal affairs:

Provincial
Responsibilities
Education:

Municipal
Responsibilities
Public Transit:

the process of receiving or


giving systematic
instruction, especially at a
school or university.

is a shared
passenger transport service
which is available for use
by the general public.

Health services,
hospitals:

Garbage collection
and disposal
services:

Health care or healthcare


is the diagnosis, treatment,
and prevention of disease,
illness, injury, and other
physical and mental
impairments in human
beings.

Some natural
resources,
environmental issues:

are all that exists without


the actions of humankind.
This includes all natural
characteristics such as
magnetic, gravitational,
and electrical properties
and forces.

Charities:

is all those activities and


action required to manage
waste from its inception to
its final disposal.

Water and sewage:

A system of sewer pipes


(sewers) collects sewage
and takes it for treatment or
disposal.

Snow removal:

Aboriginal Affairs and


Northern Development
Canada used the term
Inuit in referring to "an
Aboriginal people in
Northern Canada, who live
in Nunavut, Northwest
Territories, Northern
Quebec and Northern
Labrador.

the voluntary giving of


help, typically in the form
of money, to those in
need.

Snow removal or snow


clearing is the job of
removing snow after a
snowfall to make travel
easier and safer

another term for post


office.

a permit from an authority


to own or use something,
do a particular thing, or
carry on a trade.

Licenses:

Fire protection
services:

Postal service:

Fire protection is the study


and practice of mitigating
the unwanted effects of
potentially destructive fires.

Banking System:

Highways:

Zoning land:

The structural network of


institutions that offer
financial services within a
county.

a main road, especially


one connecting major
towns or cities.

Divorce (or dissolution of


marriage) is the
termination of a marriage
or marital union, the
canceling and/or
reorganizing of the legal
duties and responsibilities
of marriage, thus
dissolving the bonds of
matrimony between a
married couple under the
rule of law of the particular
country and/or state.

The Provincial and


Territorial Courts in
Canada are local trial
"inferior" or "lower" courts
of limited jurisdiction
established in each of the
provinces and territories of
Canada.

A body of government
employees trained in
methods of law
enforcement and crime
prevention and detection
and authorized to maintain
the peace, safety, and
order of the community.

Criminal law:

Provincial
police/prisons:

Collection of
property taxes and
fees for many
licenses:

Marriage and
divorce:

a system of law concerned


with the punishment of
those who commit crimes.

Provincial court
system:

The Ontario Provincial


Police (OPP) is the
Provincial Police service
for the province of Ontario,
Canada.

Zoning describes the


control by authority of the
use of land, and of the
buildings thereon.

Local police
services:

A property tax (or millage


tax) is a levy on property
that the owner is required
to pay.