HOW CANADA IS GOVERNED A SHORT ACCOUNT OF ITS EXECUTIVE, LEGISLATIVE, JUDICIAL AND MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS WITH AN HISTORICAL OUTLINE OF THEIR ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS BY SIR J.G. BOURNOT, K.C.M.G., LL.D., D.C.L. CLERK OF THE CANADIAN HOUSE OF COMMONS, AUTHOR OF A MANUAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE IN CANADA, AND OTHER WORKS ON THE GOVERNMENT AND CONSTITUTION OF THE DOMINION FIFTH EDITION Toronto THE COPP, CLARK COMPANY, LIMITED 1902 Entered according to Act of the Parliament of Canada, in the year one thousand eight hundred… Read more →
Federal-Provincial Conference of First Ministers, The Consultations on Inflation, Statement by Finance Minister, Hon John Turner
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Click here to view the original document (PDF). SHAPING CANADA’S FUTURE TOGETHER Proposals © Minister of Supply and Services Canada 1991 Cat. No. CP22-24/1991 E ISBN 0-662-19152-8 Copies disponibles en français [Pages i-ii] Table of Contents Preface iii Introduction: Shaping Canada’s Future Together v Part I: Shared Citizenship and Diversity 1 11 Shared Values: The Canadian Identity 1 12 The Rights of Citizenship and the Charter 3 13 Recognizing Quebec’s Distinctiveness 4 14 Canada’s First Peoples 6 15 A Constitutional Affirmation of the Canadian Identity 9 Proposals 10 Annex 14… Read more Shaping Canada’s Future Together: Proposals →
Click here to view the original document (PDF). SENATE DEBATES — February 13, 1981 [Page 1667] THE CONSTITUTION SPECIAL JOINT COMMITTEE—CHANGES IN COMMONS MEMBERSHIP The Hon. the Speaker informcd the Senate that messages had been received from the House of Commons to acquaint the Senate with changes in the list of members appointed to serve on the Special Joint Committee on the Constitution of Canada. (For text of messages, see today’s Minutes of the Proceedings of the Senate.)