My Puzzles
Report bug
Collected Puzzles
User listed puzzles
Random Puzzle
Log In/Out

Canadian Civics Unit 1

J. Hartley

Unit 1 Civics, from the textbook "Canadian Civics" by Ruypers and Ryall. Covering chapter 1.

Word Bank
Civics, Rights, Citizenship, Government, Laws, Society, Authoritarian, Democratic, Consensus, Collective, Politics, Power, Dictatorship, Political Parties, Communist, Subjects, Citizens, Authority, Coercion, Influence, Civil Society, Non-governmental Organizations, Rule of Law, Negotiate, Mediate, Arbitrate, Constitution, Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Ethnic Groups, Developing Countries, Direct Democracy, Representative Democracy, Recall Election, Republic

1 2 3 4
    5   6  
7                   8          
  12                     13                
14                         15                  
  17                   18      
  24       25    
  26                       27    
29                 30                      

7.To decide or settle a dispute with the aid of a neutral third party, who makes the final decision.
9.Cultural groups of people who share common customs and values based on language, religion or homeland.
10.Not for profit voluntary organizations that work to improve life and social conditions around the world. They are independent of government control.
11.The many voluntary organizations, movements and associations outside government and business that take action on important public issues in a democracy.
12.A group decision reached through discussion to which all members agree.
13.An extremely liberal political system in which the government owns all property and strives towards economic equality amoung its people, as present in China, Cuba, and Vietnam.
14.A form of government in which one person or group of people has absolute, unlimited power.
15.A form of power, the ability to persuade people.
17.The right to give orders or make decisions
19.A group of interacting people who share a community.
20.The principle that no government or person is above the law, and that society is governed by laws that apply fairly and equally to all.
21.The people who live in democratic societies.
26.A system by which a group of people makes the laws that are enforced to guide the affairs of a community, such as a country, province or municipality.
28.A vote by which citizens can remove an elected official before his or her term is completed, if they are unhappy with their performance.
29.People who are under the control of a government and owe it complete obedience.
30.The fundamental laws that establish the structure and processes of government and the rights of the people.
31.Organized groups of people with common calues and goals who compete to get candidates elected and to form the government.
1.Claims to which all people are entitled by moral or ethical principles or by legal guarantees.
2.This document outlines the basic rights and responsibilities of Canadians, and emphasizes individual rights.
3.Countries with low average income and little technology.
4.A democracy in which citizens periodically elect others to represent them in government.
5.A form of decision making in which all group members have a vote.
6.Government in which all citizens directly participate in decision making without representatives.
7.A form of decision making or a government system in which one person or a small group holds all power.
8.To help parties involved in a conflict negotiate an agreeable solution, with the aid of a neutral third party.
12.Membership in a political community, such as a country, including rights, duties and responsibilities.
16.Characteristic of a group that acts together.
18.The ability of an individual or group to get what it wants.
21.The study of the rights and duties of citizenship.
22.The use of force or threats to ensure orderly behaviour; sometimes known as "Government by force"
23.To try to reach an agreement through discussion.
24.A form of government in which the head of state is elected rather than hereditary; usually the head of state is called a president.
25.A human activity in which opposing individuals or groups mobilize support to obtain power to govern.
27.The principles and regulations that are enforced by political authority and court decisions, to guide the affairs of a community.

Use the "Printable HTML" button to get a clean page, in either HTML or PDF, that you can use your browser's print button to print. This page won't have buttons or ads, just your puzzle. The PDF format allows the web site to know how large a printer page is, and the fonts are scaled to fill the page. The PDF takes awhile to generate. Don't panic!

Web armoredpenguin.com

Copyright information Privacy information Contact us