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Month: March 1984

First Ministers Conference on Aboriginal Constitutional Matters, Verbatim Transcript, Morning Session

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First Ministers Conference on Aboriginal Constitutional Matters,Appendix, Agenda

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First Ministers Conference on Aboriginal Constitutional Matters, Verbatim Transcript, Afternoon Session (March 9, 1984)

Click here to view the original document (PDF). FIRST MINISTERS’ CONFERENCE ON ABORIGINAL CONSTITUTIONAL MATTERS CONFERENCE DES PREMIERS MINISTRES SUR LES QUESTIONS CONSTITUTIONNELLES INTERESSANT LES AUTOCHTONES VERBATIM TRANSCRIPT (unrevised and unofficial) Afternoon Session of March 9, 1984 COMPTE RENDU TEXTUEL (non révisé et non officiel) Séance de l’après-midi du 9 mars 1984 [Page 322] — Upon resuming at 2:35 p.m. THE CHAIRMAN: I think we had agreed that when we reconvened we would begin with the New Brunswick delegation followed by the Quebec delegation on the subject of equality of… Read more First Ministers Conference on Aboriginal Constitutional Matters, Verbatim Transcript, Afternoon Session (March 9, 1984)

First Ministers Conference, Aboriginal Constitutional Affairs, Opening Statement by Premier Peter Lougheed

Click here to view the original document (PDF). DOCUMENT: 800-18/016 FIRST MINISTERS’ CONFERENCE ON ABORIGINAL CONSTITUTIONAL MATTERS Opening Statement of Premier Peter Lougheed Alberta Ottawa March 8 and 9, 1984 MR. CHAIRMAN, FELLOW PREMIERS, TERRITORIAL, AND ABORIGINAL LEADERS. WHEN WE MET LAST MARCH, WE BEGAN AN IMPORTANT PROCESS OF DEFINING IN MODERN TERMS THE RIGHTS OF THE ABORIGINAL PEOPLES WITHIN CANADA. SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS WAS MADE IN MARCH 1983 IN THE FORM OF AGREEMENT ON CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS DESIGNED TO ENSURE ABORIGINAL SEXUAL EQUALITY, TO AFFORD NEW LAND CLAIMS AGREEMENTS THE SAME… Read more First Ministers Conference, Aboriginal Constitutional Affairs, Opening Statement by Premier Peter Lougheed

First Ministers Conference, Aboriginal Constitutional Affairs, Metis National Council Draft Constitutional Accords on Metis Self-Identification and Enumeration

Click here to view the original document (PDF). RELEASE FOR PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION DOCUMENT: 800-18/019 FIRST MINISTERS’ CONFERENCE ON ABORIGINAL CONSTITUTIONAL MATTERS Metis National Council Draft Constitutional Accords on Metis Self-Identification and Enumeration Metis National Council Ottawa March 8 and 9, 1984 1984 CONSTITUTIONAL ACCORD ON METIS SELF-IDENTIFICATION Whereas pursuant to Section 37 of the Constitutional Act, 1982, a constitutional conference composed of the Prime Minister of Canada and the first ministers of the provinces was held on March 15 and 16, 1983, to which representatives of the aboriginal peoples of… Read more First Ministers Conference, Aboriginal Constitutional Affairs, Metis National Council Draft Constitutional Accords on Metis Self-Identification and Enumeration

First Ministers Conference on Aboriginal Constitutional Matters, Verbatim Transcript, Afternoon Session (March 8, 1984)

Click here to view the original document (PDF). FIRST MINISTERS’ CONFERENCE ON ABORIGINAL CONSTITUTIONAL MATTERS CONFERENCE DES PREMIERS MINISTRES SUR LES QUESTIONS CONSTITUTIONNELLES INTERESSANT LES AUTOCHTONES VERBATIM TRANSCRIPT (unrevised and unofficial) Afternoon Session of March 8, 1984 Ottawa March 8 and 9, 1984 COMPTE RENDU TEXTUEL (non révisé et non officiel) Séance de l’après-midi du 8 mars 1984 Ottawa Les 8 et 9 mars 1984 [Page 113] 2:15 p.m. / 14h15 THE CHAIRMAN: Order, please. A l’ordre. Order, please. We will continue with our list of opening speakers and I… Read more First Ministers Conference on Aboriginal Constitutional Matters, Verbatim Transcript, Afternoon Session (March 8, 1984)

First Ministers Conference on Aboriginal Constitutional Matters, Verbatim Transcript, Morning Session

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First Ministers Conference on Aboriginal Constitutional Matters, Table of Contents

Click here to view the original document (PDF). FEDERAL-PROVINCIAL CONFERENCE OF FIRST MINISTERS ON ABORIGINAL CONSTITUTIONAL MATTERS CONFERENCE FEDERALE-PROVINCIALE DES PREMIERS MINISTRES SUR LES QUESTIONS CONSTITUTIONNELLES INTERESSANT LES AUTOCHTONES VERBATIM TRANSCRIPT (unverified and unofficial) CONPTE RENDU TEXTUEL (non révisé et non officiel) Ottawa March 8-9, 1984 Ottawa les 8 et 9 mars 1984 Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat Secrétariat des conférences intergouvernementales canadiennes DOCUMENT: 800-18/004 FEDERAL-PROVINCIAL CONFERENCE OF FIRST MINISTERS ON ABORIGINAL CONSTITUTIONAL MATTERS CONFERENCE FEDERALEFPROVINCIALE DES PREMIERS MINISTRES SUR LES QUESTIONS CONSTITUTIONNELLES INTERESSANT LES AUTOCHTONES VERBATIM TRANSCRIPT (unverified and unofficial)… Read more First Ministers Conference on Aboriginal Constitutional Matters, Table of Contents