Month: March 1961

Correspondence Between Attorney General of Saskatchewan and Deputy Attorney General of Canada (Department of Justice)

Click here to view the original document (PDF). OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL REGINA, March 29, 1961. The Honourable E.D. Fulton Q.C., P.C., M.P., Minister of Justice, Department of Justice, Ottawa, Ontario. Dear Mr. Fulton: Last Tuesday the Sasketchwan Legislature unanimously passed the encolsed resolution dealing with the subject of the amendment to the Consti- tution. I am enclosing this for your information. Yours sincerely, R.A. Walker Attorney General. Encl. That this Assembly: (1) expresses the hope that agreement can be reached among the provinces of Canada and the Government of… Read more Correspondence Between Attorney General of Saskatchewan and Deputy Attorney General of Canada (Department of Justice)

Correspondence Between Minister of Justice and Attorneys General of Canada (Provincial)

Click here to view the original document (PDF). Letter to the Attorneys General. (for Quebec, to the Hon. P. Gerin-Lajoie) Ottawa 4, March 24, 1961. The Honourable … Attorney General of …. Dear Mr. … On February 4, Mr. Driedger wrote to Mr. … enclosing a redraft of the Constitutional Amendment Act and inviting the comments of your government as agreed at the January session of the Conference. I am writing to you to ascertain whether it would be possible for you to let me have your comments by the… Read more Correspondence Between Minister of Justice and Attorneys General of Canada (Provincial)

The Canadian Historical Review, Edward Whelan Reports from the Quebec Conference

Click here to view the original document (PDF). *N.B. Footnotes have been turned into Endnotes for the HTML version.* THE CANADIAN HISTORICAL REVIEW Continuing The Review of Historical Publications Relating to Canada Founded at the University of Toronto in 1896 Edited by John T. Saywell VOLUME XLII, 1961 PUBLISHED BY UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS [Page 23] Edward Whelan Reports from the Quebec Conference P. B. WAITE EDWARD PALMER, the Attorney General of Prince Edward Island’s Conservative government, was considerably annoyed, not only with his own colleagues but also with the… Read more The Canadian Historical Review, Edward Whelan Reports from the Quebec Conference