Yes there has been a vot of non-confidence in CanadaYes there has been a vot of non-confidence in CanadaYes there has been a vot of non-confidence in Canada
The minimum age for president has been 35 ever since the Constitution was ratified.
The laws of Canada at that time allowed "people" living in Canada to vote, but the legal definition of "people" excluded children (under age 21), mental patients, jailed prisoners, and women.
In Canada, Aboriginal people gained the right to vote without losing their status in 1960. Before then, if an Aboriginal person wanted to vote, they would have to forfeit their status as an Aboriginal.
because no one ever formed a democratic government the beleived in monarchys and some had dictatorships so they had no need to vote because they didnt need to vote for anything
The Electoral College. The President of the United States is not elected by the voters of the USA. The President is elected by members of the Electoral College. When we vote for President, we're actually voting for ELECTORS, who are pledged to vote for the winner of the nominee. However, there is no requirement that an elector must vote for the person he's supposed to represent. People who do not vote they way they are supposed to are called "faithless electors", and there have been several dozen over the 230-year history of the USA. Fortunately, no "faithless elector" has ever made the difference in the results of the election.
There has been discrimaination, much of it, in who has & has not had the rights to vote in UK, but it has never at anytime been based on anyones skin colour. So if you had a vote it has never been based on whether or not you are not white.
Women and First Nations.
Catholic men have been allowed to vote ever since the US began.
Yes Canada is a democracy.
Everyone 18 and above can vote in Canada
No. It has always been English.
Black men were given the right to vote in the nation of Canada in 1837. Black women did not get the full right to vote until 1960.
He is from Canada, so he didnt vote and he is to young to vote.
The only Canadians who may not cast a vote are the Chief Electoral Officer (as per s. 4(a) of the Canada Elections Act), and the Assistant Chief Electoral Officer (as per s. 4(b) of the Canada Elections Act). Therefore, the Governor General of Canada has the legal right to vote. However, just as Her Majesty the Queen does not vote in Her Majesty's oldest realm, the United Kingdom, the Governor General of Canada does not cast a vote so as to stay non-partisan.
my parents are both u.s. citizens and would like to register to vote for the state of Michigan. They are currently living with me here in Canada and are landing immagrents of Canada
No such thing ever happened. It's a myth. No language has ever been voted "the official language" of the United States.