Canada is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary type of government wherein the Crown is the foundation of the judicial, legislative, and executive branches of government.What is the Canadian government structure?
Structure of the Canadian Government. Much like the United States, Canada has three levels of government that each have different functions and responsibilities. They operate on the federal, provincial, and municipal (local) levels. Canada's federal government, called Parliament, oversees the policies and issues affecting the nation as a whole.What are the different types of governments?
The term government, on the contrary, refers to the civil government of a sovereign state. There are different types of government such as Anarchism, Authoritarian, Communism, Constitutional monarchy, and Constitutional republic, Democracy, Dictatorship, Monarchy, Oligarchy, Plutocracy, Theocracy and Legalism.