The Dominion of West Canada is a Constitutional Monarchy led by the Head of State, Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. As the Queen does not rule directly from London, she is represented in West Canada by the Governor-General, who as of current, is, Connor Shaw, subsequent Governor-Generals will be appointed by the Queen, (or Governor-General if concordance to the Queen is ignored). The Dominion also functions as a Parliamentary Democracy, ran by Parliament which has the Upper House of Imperial Congress and the Lower House of Commons. The Imperial Congress is appointed by the Governor-General on recommendation by the Prime Minister, and they serve until death or resignation. The House of Commons is made up of Seats which represent electoral districts in West Canada, each seat has one vote and one Member of Parliament in the House of Commons, there is an election in the House of Commons every Year. The Prime Minister is the leader of the party which attains the most amount of seats in the House of Commons, he is the Head of Government, represents the interests of the ruling party.
The Crown and the Queen is the Head of State of the Dominion of West Canada. The Crown wields all of the final say on anything done within the nation, whether that's bills, laws, or the appointing of Senators, all of this is done through the will and the authority of the Crown in the United Kingdom. As Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II doesn't have the time or the ability to personally monitor, sign off on, and stamp every bill, law, Senator, or Supreme Court Justice in every Dominion, she appoints a Governor-General to act on her behalf within her Dominions, and West Canada is no different. The Governor-General of West Canada acts on behalf of the Queen, thinking on what her wishes and desires would be for West Canada and behaving in that manner. The Governor-General is chosen by the Queen, or in absence from a reply in Concordance by the acting Governor-General, who will choose their replacement. The Governor-General signs Bills into Law, chooses Upper House Senators, chooses Supreme Court Justices, and does every other thing that the Queen is intended to do within West Canada. The Average length of a Governor-General's term is 5 years, although it can be shortened by resignation or lengthened by request of the Parliament.
The Upper House
The Imperial Congress of West Canada, also known as the Red Room, is the Upper House of the Parliament of the Dominion. It is an appointed position by the Governor-General, made up of 9 Lord-Governs who are part of the Bicameral Parliament of West Canada and the Legislative Branch of the Government. They are appointed on recommendation by the Prime Minister to the Governor-General whenever an opening is made. The Imperial Congress is maintained by the Lord-Chancellor who is appointed by the Governor-General by the recommendation of the majority of Lord-Governs. A Lord-Chancellor forfeits his right to vote by attaining the position and is intended to keep a neutral stance in order to keep the Imperial Congress civil. Legislation, when passed onto the Imperial Congress, will be read and voted on, so they may figure out whether or not to pass it back to the House of Commons or to give it the Royal Assent to the Governor-General.
The Lower House
The House of Commons of the Dominion of West Canada, also known as the Green Room, is the Lower House of the Dominion of West Canada. Membership of the House of Commons is an elected position and the House of Commons is made up of 18 Members of Parliament. The Members of Parliament are representatives of the people, their seat in the House representing the Constituency of which they were elected. The House of Commons elects the Speaker of the House, whoever wins is automatically appointed Speaker by the Governor-General. The Speaker may not vote on bills with the exception of when a bill is tied, in which case he usually votes to whatever will continue the most amount of discourse on the Bill as part of his Non-Partisan, neutral, disposition and occupation. All Legislature originates in the House of Commons, where it is written and passed onto the Imperial Congress, where they will either pass or amend the Bill and send it to the Governor-General or back to the House of Commons. The House has parties, and the party with the most amount of seats becomes the ruling Government, the leader thereof becoming the Prime Minister and Head of Government.