Setting up the environment does not involve just the location. It is setting the framing and subject and the lighting of the photo. All of which the photographer did not do since the camera was operated by the monkey
Technically, yes. As you are the one who took the photo, you own the copyright to it. The thing is, most people wouldn't actually file copyright claims over something like this.
This is why photographers can use wedding pictures that they take in their portfolio because they own the copyright to them, and not the bride and groom (assuming there wasn't a contract that specifically reassign the copyright from photographer to the wedding party)
The Canadian constitution is completely locked up. Any major change require 50% of the province to agree, with the provinces making up 50% of the national population. Not to mention, any attempt to open up the constitution would lead to a flood of demands from the provinces for other changes before they give their support. Hence, the constitution is effectively locked up. Why else did you think Harper gave up on Senate reform as soon as the Supreme Court declared that it would require a constitutional amendment to change it?