Month: April 2018

Clause Suggested by Professor F. R. Scott to be Added to the B.N.A. Act providing a method of Amendment

Click here to view the original document (PDF). Clause Suggested by Professor F.R. Scott to be Added to the B.N.A. Act providing a method of Amendment. Sec. 148. 1. Any provisions of this Act except these enumerated in subsection 2 hereunder may be amended by a maj- ority vote of the members of both houses of the Dominion Parliament assembled in joint session. 2. The following provisions of this Act, namely, Section 51 Section 51a, Section 92, ss. 1 Section 92, ss. 12, Section 92, ss. 13 except those portions… Read more Clause Suggested by Professor F. R. Scott to be Added to the B.N.A. Act providing a method of Amendment

Forgotten Amendments to the Canadian Constitution

Click here to view the original document (PDF). FORGOTTEN AMENDMENTS TO THE CANADIAN CONSTITUTION It may come as a surprise to some students of the Canadian constitution to learn that one paragraph of the preamble and no less than eight sections of the original B.N.A. Act (1867) have been totally repealed, while three other sections have been partially repealed. These changes are quite apart from those made by the later B.N.A. Acts of 1871, 1875, 1886, 1907, 1915, 1916, 1930 and 1940, which are usually considered to be the formal… Read more Forgotten Amendments to the Canadian Constitution

The Experience of India in Promoting The Fundamental Freedoms Through Constitutionally Entrenched Provisions with Respect to Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

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The Experience of the United States with Incorporating Fundamental Rights (Politicial Civil Liberties) Into the Constitution

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A Brief Survey on Constitutional Protection for Fundamental Freedoms in the Commonwealth

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Correspondence Between Deputy Minister of Justice and Attorneys General (Provincial)

Click here to view the original document (PDF). TELEGRAM TORONTO ONT 21 1249P E A DRIEDGER DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL DEPT OF JUSTICE OTTAWA ONT UNDERSTOOD FRENCH VERSION WAS TO BE SETTLED BY PIGEON YOURSELF AND TRANSLATION BUREAU STOP NO OBJECTION TO SUBMITTING TO YOUR MINISTER C R MAGONE TELEGRAM CHARLOTTETOWN PEI 24 1204P AST A E DRIEDGER QC DEPUTY MINISTER OF JUSTICE OTTAWA ONT TEXT OF FRENCH VERSION OF DRAFT CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT IS APPROVED J ARTHUR MCGUIGAN DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL TELEGRAM VICTORIA BC NOV 24 1117A E A DRIEDGER QC… Read more Correspondence Between Deputy Minister of Justice and Attorneys General (Provincial)

Annotations Index

Confederation Debates — Legislative Assembly — February 7, 1865 +6 https://primarydocuments.ca/confederation-debates-legislative-assembly-february-7-1865 CCFPD 4/8/2018 6:42:04 PM # direct taxation, all the means whereby the industry of the people may be made to contribute to the wants of the state, it must be evident to every one that some portion of the resources thus placed at the disposal of the General Government must in some form or other be available to supply the hiatus that would otherwise take place between the sources of local revenue and the demands of local expenditure. The… Read more Annotations Index