Significance: How does Canada protect us from an autocracy? (Representative Democracy, Constitutional Monarchy, Unwritten constitution, Federal system, Parliamentary system)
Representative Democracy: Government powers are spread out between 338 representatives, so citizens can vote the representatives to speak to them.
Constitutional Monarchy: The monarchy is limited by constitution, so it can protect us from monarchy control whole power.
Unwritten constitution: Responsible government protect us from the governor general taking full control
Federal system: Helps to seperate powers between provincial and central governments.
Parliamentary system: Divides the powers managing the country, making laws, and judging laws which are the executive, legislature, and judicial.