Short Answer Section Select 3 questions from the Short Answer section (Questions 16-20). If you answer more than 3 questions, I will only count the 3 highest grades in your final score. Your answers should be about 4-5 sentences long (100 words). Some questions have lots of ways to answer them. A good guideline to use is 4-5 points/facts for each answer. Question 16 (5 points) 1)The Prime Minister has asked you to advise her on whether a policy idea will be accepted by the public. The government is considering giving the Prime Minister total authority over all aspects of the COVID-19 response, including the powers to open and close the borders, and to decide who specifically gets the vaccine when it becomes available. Based on what you learned about Canadian Political Culture, will this policy be accepted by most people? In your answer, name and describe the aspects of Canadian Political Culture that will make it more or less likely to succeed. 2)In Nova Scotia there is currently a dispute over a fishing licensing system launched by Mi’kmaq First Nations to govern their own fishing practices within the region. The Premier of Nova Scotia is calling for meetings between the Mi’kmaq First Nations, the federal and provincial governments, and the non-indigenous commercial fishers. However, the Mi’kmaq First Nations are insisting on a nation-to-nation meeting to discuss the rights guaranteed to them in the Peace and Friendship Treaty. The Premier doesn’t understand the problem. How would you explain it to him? In your answer, name and describe elements of the Canadian constitutional framework that support the Mi’kmaq First Nations’ position 3)The Prime Minister of Canada has just gone on national television to let Canadians know his government is going to set a national standard for the COVID-19 response. Under his program, he will be forcing all spin studios and hot yoga studios to close for the duration of the pandemic. Your friend, who owns a hot yoga studio, asks you if she should bring a constitutional challenge. Do you think she has a case? How might Justin Trudeau justify his policy if it was challenged in the courts? In your answer, pay special attention to the federal divisions of powers and POGG. Question 18 options: Long Answer/Essay (Question 4) essay questions below. Your answer should be about 300 words or 3-4 paragraphs. Make sure you have a thesis statement in your answer. No citations are needed. Option 1: Canada is a democracy, which means it upholds important principles—like political equality (all votes are equal), freedom, and the rule of law—while also protecting the rights of minority groups. Do you think Canada lives up to the ideals of a democracy? Why or why not? In your answer, be sure to reference material covered in at least 3 units. only for question 4
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