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Month: February 1981

House of Commons Debates, The Constitution, Resolution Respecting Constitution Act

Click here to view the original document (PDF). COMMONS DEBATES — February 26, 1981 THE CONSTITUTION RESOLUTION RESPECTING CONSTITUTION ACT, 1981 [Page 7735] [Translation] The House resumed debate on the motion of Mr. Chrétien, seconded by Mr. Roberts, for an Address to Her Majesty the Queen respecting the Constitution of Canada. And on the amendment of Mr. Epp, seconded by Mr. Baker (Nepean-Carleton)—That the motion be amended in Schedule B of the proposed resolution by deleting Clause 46, and by making all necessary changes to the Schedule consequential thereto. [English]… Read more House of Commons Debates, The Constitution, Resolution Respecting Constitution Act

Senate Debates- The Constitution- Amendments Proposed by Women`s Conference

Click here to view the original document (PDF). SENATE DEBATES — February 24, 1981 [Page 1829] THE CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS PROPOSED BY WOMEN‘S CONFERENCE Hon. Raymond J. Perrault (Leader of the Government): Honourable senators, I have a delayed answer to a question asked by Senator Asselin on February 17 concerning constitutional amendments proposed by the Women’s Conference. The Right Honourable the Prime Minister stated in the other place that the amendments proposed “are probably very sensitive and worthwhile additions”, and that if they are moved in the house the government will… Read more Senate Debates- The Constitution- Amendments Proposed by Women`s Conference

House of Commons Debates, The Constitution, Resolution Respecting Constitution Act

Click here to view the original document (PDF). COMMONS DEBATES — February 20, 1981 THE CONSTITUTION RESOLUTION RESPECTING CONSTITUTION ACT, 1981 [Page 7518] [English] The House resumed debate on the motion of Mr. Chrétien, seconded by Mr. Roberts, for an Address to Her Majesty the Queen respecting the Constitution of Canada. And on the amendment of Mr. Epp, seconded by Mr. Baker (Nepean-Carleton)—That the motion be amended in Schedule B of the proposed resolution by deleting Clause 46, and by making all necessary changes to the Schedule consequential thereto. Mr.… Read more House of Commons Debates, The Constitution, Resolution Respecting Constitution Act

House of Commons Debates, The Constitution, Resolution Respecting Constitution Act

Click here to view the original document (PDF). COMMONS DEBATES — February 19, 1980 [Page 7471] [Translation] THE CONSTITUTION RESOLUTION RESPECTING CONSTITUTION ACT, 1981 The House resumed debate on the motion of Mr. Chrétien, seconded by Mr. Roberts, for an Address to Her Majesty the Queen respecting the Constitution of Canada, and on the amendment of Mr. Epp, seconded by Mr. Baker (Nepean-Carleton) that the motion be amended in Schedule B of the proposed resolution by deleting Clause 46, and by making all necessary changes to the schedule consequential thereto.… Read more House of Commons Debates, The Constitution, Resolution Respecting Constitution Act

Senate Debates- The Constitution- Resolution for an Address- Voting Procedure in Senate

Click here to view the original document (PDF). SENATE DEBATES — February 19, 1981 [Page 1769] THE CONSTITUTION RESOLUTION FOR ADDRESS- VOTING PROCEDURE IN SENATE Hon. Jacques Flynn (Leader of the Opposition): Honourable senators, due to the regrettable absence of the Leader of the Government, I have a question for the Deputy Leader of the Government. Hon. H. A. Olson (Minister of State for Economic Development): He is on government business. Senator Flynn: Of course; where else would he be? Hon. Royce Frith (Deputy Leader of the Government): The adjective… Read more Senate Debates- The Constitution- Resolution for an Address- Voting Procedure in Senate

House of Commons Debates, Resolution Respecting Constitution Act

Click here to view the original document (PDF). COMMONS DEBATES — February 18, 1981 THE CONSTITUTION RESOLUTION RESPECTING CONSTITUTION ACT, 1981 [Page 7433] [English] The House resumed debate on the motion of Mr. Chrétien. seconded by Mr. Roberts, for an Address to Her Majesty the Queen respecting the Constitution of Canada. And on the amendment of Mr. Epp, seconded by Mr. Baker (Nepean-Carleton),—That the motion be amended in Schedule B of the proposed resolution by deleting Clause 46. and by making all necessary changes to the Schedule consequential thereto. Mr.… Read more House of Commons Debates, Resolution Respecting Constitution Act

Senate Debates- The Constitution- References to Appeal Courts by Provincial Governments

Click here to view the original document (PDF). SENATE DEBATES — February 18, 1981 [Page 1756] THE CONSTITUTION REFERENCES TO APPEAL COURTS BY PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENTS Hon. Raymond J. Perrault (Leader of the Government): Honourable senators, I have a delayed answer to a question asked on January 13 by Senator Roblin regarding the reference of the government’s constitutional proposals to appeal courts. As I stated earlier to the honourable senator, the government intends to continue with its announced schedule. I might add, however, that the government is encouraged by the recent… Read more Senate Debates- The Constitution- References to Appeal Courts by Provincial Governments

Senate Debates- The Constitution- Motion for Delay of Debate on Resolution for an Address to Her Majesty the Queen Negatived

Click here to view the original document (PDF). SENATE DEBATES — February 18, 1981 [Page 1758] THE CONSTITUTION MOTION FOR DELAY OF DEBATE ON RESOLUTION FOR AN ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN NEGATIVED The Senate resumed from yesterday the debate on the motion of Senator Flynn that the Senate do not consider approval of the report of the Special Joint Committee on the Constitution, or the resolution based on that report, before the House of Commons has disposed of them. Hon. G. I. Smith: Honourable senators, I should thank… Read more Senate Debates- The Constitution- Motion for Delay of Debate on Resolution for an Address to Her Majesty the Queen Negatived