Canadian Pm

-start with an intro on what the paper will be dealing with .....take a position ..... introduce the current prime minister and how he came to office or detail a brief history of the office and how a PM is appointed .or and include the definition and powers of a constitutional monarchy
define a constitutional monarchy and determine how the powers of the monarch are exercised in canada .
introduce the three arms of government and where the primi minister fits - GG , the parliament-commons and senate , the cabinet and the judiciary .

in the body - introduce each body - the role of the body and the relationship between the pm and the body . dont give your two cents on possibilities in the body just touch on the relationship and any examples or instances that have come up .

in closing talk about/give your two cents on why you think the pm is too powerful

-give an overall view of the canadian structures of governance and their role they are appointed and by whom , their powers ie - the cabinet , the senate ,the supreme court ,governor general,privy council/judiciary .
-the PM as the appointor of members sitting in these steuctures , find instances where the PM's in history have abused power ......
try and find any significant checks and balances the PM has enountered ,the cooms ,directly by the public,media,provincal premiers
finally throw down a gauntlet "if a PM sits in office in a party holding the majority in the house of xommons , he's power is almost absolute .

**a good close** mentiona that what happens in canada has come out of convention or tradition so essentially the powers of the PM aare not bound by lawie voting pattern of the senate,GG almost always following the advice of the PM but are subject to the personality of the individual and how far he os willing to push the enevelope on his powers ,or the moment in time serves him or his party at large politically .

can use powers of appointment to silence dissent in his own party or...