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Month: June 1969

Constitutional Conference, Federal-Provincial Grants and the Spending Power of Parliament, Working Paper on the Constitution

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First Ministers Constitutional Conference- First Working Session- Report of the Conclusions of the Meeting

Click here to view the original document (PDF). Document No. 149 June 12, 1969. CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE FIRST WORKING SESSION JUNE 11-12, 1969 REPORT OF THE CONCLUSIONS OF THE MEETING SCC SECRETARIAT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT DE LA CONFERENCE CONSTITUTIONNELLE CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE FIRST WORKING SESSION JUNE 11-12, 1969 Report on the Conclusions of the Meeting The Prime Ministers and Premiers held their First Working Session in Ottawa on June 11 and 12, 1969. The agenda of the meeting was as follows: 1. Distribution of Powers in the Constitution: a) The… Read more First Ministers Constitutional Conference- First Working Session- Report of the Conclusions of the Meeting

The Taxing Powers and the Constitution of Canada, Working Paper on the Constitution of Canada

Click here to view the original document (PDF). The Taxing Powers and the Constitution of Canada Government of Canada Working Paper on the Constitution [Page 2] FOREWORD One of the central aspects of Canada’s Constitution is the distribution of legislative powers between the Parliament of Canada and the legislatures of the provinces. These are the sections which determine which of the federal or the provincial governments will have the jurisdiction or the responsibility to deal with the several problems of Canadian life. The Constitutional Conference agreed in February 1969 to… Read more The Taxing Powers and the Constitution of Canada, Working Paper on the Constitution of Canada

Federal-Provincial Grants and the Spending Power of Parliament, Government of Canada, Working Paper on the Constitution

Click here to view the original document (PDF). Footnotes have been turned into endnotes for the HTML file. Federal-Provincial Grants and the Spending Power of Parliament Government of Canada Working Paper on the Constitution [Page 2] FOREWORD One of the central aspects of Canada’s Constitution is the distribution of legislative powers between the Parliament of Canada and the legislatures of the provinces. These are the sections which determine which of the federal or the provincial governments will have the jurisdiction or the responsibility to deal with the several problems of… Read more Federal-Provincial Grants and the Spending Power of Parliament, Government of Canada, Working Paper on the Constitution

Working Paper Submitted by the Government Of Ontario on “Intergovernmental Finance and Ontario’s White Paper on Provincial-Municipal Taxation Reform”

Click here to view the original document (PDF). June 6, 1969 CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE WORKING PAPER SUBMITTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO ON [Page 1] INTERGOVERNMENTAL FINANCE AND ONTARIO’S WHITE PAPER ON PROVINCIAL-MUNICIPAL TAXATION REFORM” INTRODUCTION: ORIGINS AND PERSPECTIVE 1. At the sixth meeting of the Continuing Committee of Officials on the Constitution, the Ontario delegation tabled its government’s recent white paper on provincial- municipal taxation reform for consideration by the members. 1 The purpose of these notes is to outline briefly what is thought to be the relevance of the… Read more Working Paper Submitted by the Government Of Ontario on “Intergovernmental Finance and Ontario’s White Paper on Provincial-Municipal Taxation Reform”

Sub-Committee on Official Languages: An Agreement for Cooperation and Exchange in Educational and Cultural Matters Between the Government of Ontario and the Government of Quebec

Click here to view the original document (PDF). Document No. 152 June 4, 1969 CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE SUB-COMMITTEE ON OFFICIAL LANGUAGES AN AGREEMENT FOR CO-OPERATION AND EXCHANGE IN EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL MATTERS BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO AND THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEBEC OL/ONT-QUE/DI/15 AN AGREEMENT FOR CO-OPERATION AND EXCHANGE IN EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL MATTERS BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO AND THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEBEC June 4, 1969 Preamble THE GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO AND THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEBEC CONSCIOUS of the historic and linguistic heritage of Canada which has developped from two… Read more Sub-Committee on Official Languages: An Agreement for Cooperation and Exchange in Educational and Cultural Matters Between the Government of Ontario and the Government of Quebec

The Ontario Position on the Spending Power presented by the Government of Ontario

Click here to view the original document (PDF). June 3, 1969. CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE THE ONTARIO POSITION ON THE SPENDING POWER PRESENTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO [Page 1] The Ontario Position on the Spending Power Many of the recent strains on Canada’s federal system can be traced to the extent and application of the federal government’s spending power. The free-ranging use of this spending power has been a major factor in federal government activity in Canada since the time of the Second World War, most noticeably in the development of… Read more The Ontario Position on the Spending Power presented by the Government of Ontario

The Ontario Position on the Spending Power

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