In Canada, whats is the difference between a province and territory?
I have visited both provinces and territories in Canada and always wondered what the difference is between them.
Provinces have constitutional power and authority through the 1867 Constitution Act, whereas Territories have powers delegated by the federal government.
To change the powers and authorities of a province requires a constitutional amendment, probably through a referendum, whereas the powers of a territory can be changed unilaterally by the Federal Parliament.
Provinces are considered co-sovereign divisions, whereas territories are not sovereign, but only parts of the federal realm.
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