Government of Canada

The Government of Canada is the federal government that governs for all Canadians. The Canadian government was formed in 1867 through the British North America Act. The Government of Canada signed the Umbrella Final Agreement, and all 11 of the First Nation Final and Self-Government Agreements and is a partner in implementing these Agreements.
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