Month: June 1971

Constitutional Conference, Statement of Conclusions (14-16 June 1971).

Document Information Date: 1971-06-14 By: Secretariat of the Conference Citation: Constitutional Conference, Statement of Conclusions (Victoria: 14-16 June 1971). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). SCC SECRETARIAT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT DE LA CONFERENCE CONSTITUTIONNELLE CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE VICTORIA June 14-16, 1981 STATEMENT OF CONCLUSIONS 1. The 7th meeting of the Constitutional Conference was held in Victoria on June 14-16, 1971, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the entry of British Columbia into Confederation. 2. The Conference discussions dealt with constitutional provisions as set… Read more Constitutional Conference, Statement of Conclusions (14-16 June 1971).

Constitutional Conference, Statement by Honourable Richard B. Hatfield (Victoria: 14-16 June 1971)

Document Information Date: 1971-06-14 By: Richard B. Hatfield Citation: Constitutional Conference, Statement by Honourable Richard B. Hatfield, Premier of New Brunswick (Victoria: 14-16 June 1971). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). STATEMENT BY HONOURABLE RICHARD B. HATFIELD PREMIER OF NEW BRUNSWICK CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA Mr. Chairman: This historic meeting is appropriately being held in British Columbia in the centenary year. The entry of British Columbia into the confederation united the colony of the west with the cultures and languages of the east into a… Read more Constitutional Conference, Statement by Honourable Richard B. Hatfield (Victoria: 14-16 June 1971)

Constitutional Conference, Press Release, Prime Minister’s Statement Opening of the Victoria Conference (14-16 June 1971)

Document Information Date: 1971-06-14 By: Pierre Trudeau (Prime Minister’s Office) Citation: Constitutional Conference, Press Release, Prime Minister’s Statement Opening of the Victoria Conference (Victoria: 14-16 June 1971). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER CABINET DU PREMIER MINISTRE Date: For Release: June 14, 1971 Not before ime Minister speak CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY PRIME MINISTER’S STATEMENT OPENING OF THE VICTORIA CONFERENCE,l97lW (Text) We are here in Victoria not simply to take advantage of the magnificent scenery, generous hospitality or pleasant climate of Canada’s… Read more Constitutional Conference, Press Release, Prime Minister’s Statement Opening of the Victoria Conference (14-16 June 1971)

Constitutional Conference, Process of Constitutional Review (14-16 June 1971)

Document Information Date: 1971-06-14 By: Secretariat of the Conference Citation: Constitutional Conference, Process of Constitutional Review (Victoria: 14-16 June 1971). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). June 1971 CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE PROCESS OF CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW Constitutional Review This document has been prepared by the Secretar of the Constitutional Conference, to provide an outline of the process of constitutional review from February 1968 to June 1971. First Meeting of the Constitutional Conference On the 5th of February 1968 the Prime Minister of Canada and provincial First Ministers met… Read more Constitutional Conference, Process of Constitutional Review (14-16 June 1971)

Constitutional Conference, Opening Statement of the Province of British Columbia (14-16 June 1971)

Document Information Date: 1971-06-14 By: W.A.C. Bennett (British Columbia) Citation: Constitutional Conference, Opening Statement of the Province of British Columbia (Victoria: 14-16 June 1971). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Opening Statement of the Province of British Columbia to the Constitutional Conference VICTORIA, JUNE 14 TO 16, 1971 PRESENTED BY THE HONOURABLE W.A.C. BENNETT, P.C. Premier and Minister of Finance of British Columbia [Page 2] PRESENT ON BEHALF OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA HON. W.A.C. BENNETT, P.C. Premier and Minister of Finance HON. L.R. PETERSON,… Read more Constitutional Conference, Opening Statement of the Province of British Columbia (14-16 June 1971)

Constitutional Conference, Proceedings (14-16 June 1971)

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Constitutional Conference, Notes for a Statement on Social Policy by the Prime Minister of Ontario (14-16 June 1971)

Document Information Date: 1971-06-14 By: William Davis (Ontario) Citation: Constitutional Conference, Notes for a Statement on Social Policy by the Prime Minister of Ontario (Victoria: 14-16 June 1971). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). NOTES FOR A STATEMENT ON SOCIAL POLICY BY THE PRIME MINISTER OF ONTARIO 1. We are anxious to proceed on agreements reached at this Conference as quickly as possible. Therefore we attach no pre-conditions to our agreement to other items on this agenda. We believe that income security, moreover, must be discussed… Read more Constitutional Conference, Notes for a Statement on Social Policy by the Prime Minister of Ontario (14-16 June 1971)

Constitutional Conference, Canadian Constitutional Charter (Victoria Charter), 1971 (14-16 June 1971)

Document Information Date: 1971-06-14 By: Citation: Constitutional Conference, Victoria Charter (Victoria: 14-16 June 1971). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Version 1) (PDF) (Version 2) (PDF). 1 — Political rights Art. 1. It is hereby recognized and declared that in Canada every person has the following fundamental freedoms: Freedom of thought, conscience and religion, freedom of opinion and expression, and freedom of peaceful assembly and of association; and all laws shall be construed and applied so as not to abrogate or abridge any such freedom. Art. 2.… Read more Constitutional Conference, Canadian Constitutional Charter (Victoria Charter), 1971 (14-16 June 1971)