Click here to view the original document (PDF). COMMONS DEBATES — November 24, 1981 [Page 13151] THE CONSTITUTION AGREEMENT ON CONTENTS—MOTION UNDER S.O. 43 Hon. Jake Epp (Provencher): Madam Speaker, I rise under the provisions of Standing Order 43 on a matter of urgent and pressing necessity. Whereas ten first ministers representing and reflecting the diversity of Canada were able to put aside their personal, political and sectional interests in order to reach a compromise which will provide Canadians with a patriated Constitution containing a flexible amending formula, a Charter… Read more House of Commons Debates – Agreement on Contents →
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House of Commons Debates, Request that Resolution Considered in Quebec National Assembly be Considered at Constitutional Conference
Click here to view the original document (PDF). COMMONS DEBATES — November 24, 1980 THE CONSTITUTION REQUEST THAT RESOLUTION CONSIDERED IN QUEBEC NATIONAL ASSEMBLY BE CONSIDERED AT CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE [Page 13156] [Translation] Mr. Gilles Marceau (Jonquiere): Madam Speaker, my question is directed to the Minister of Justice, whom I wish to congratulate on the agreement reached on equality of women and aboriginal rights. Starting today and during the next low days, the Quebec National Assembly will be debating an important resolution containing basic principles for the future of Canada, that… Read more House of Commons Debates, Request that Resolution Considered in Quebec National Assembly be Considered at Constitutional Conference →
Click here to view the original document (PDF). COMMONS DEBATES — November 24, 1981 THE CONSTITUTION FRANCOPHONES OUTSIDE QUEBEC—PROTECTION OF RIGHTS [Page 13159] Mr. Jean-Robert Gauthier (Ottawa-Vanier): Madam Speaker, I have a supplementary to the question asked by the hon. member for Jonquiere, also directed to the Minister of Justice. If I understand correctly, the minister said that the constitutional debate does not end now and that new developments will be possible at a future stage. I should like the Minister of Justice to explain two things to me and… Read more House of Commons Debates, Francophones Outside Quebec- Protection of Rights →