Canada, Senate Debates, “Motion for an Address to Her Majesty the Queen–Proposed Opposition Amendments […]” 32nd Parl, 1st Sess (19 May 1981)
By: Canada (Parliament)
Citation: Canada, Senate Debates, 32nd Parl, 1st Sess, 1981 at 2383.
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MOTION FOR AN ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN–PROPOSED OPPOSITION AMENDMENTS OF FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1981, PRINTED AS APPENDIX
The Hon. the Speaker: Honourable senators, before proceeding further I should like to make a brief statement. During the last sitting of the Senate, on Friday, April 24, 1981, the Honourable Senator Flynn, P.C. intended to move certain amendments to the motion that an Address be presented to Her Majesty the Queen respecting the Constitution of Canada. Those amendments were not moved, but, as indicated on page 2372 of Debates of the Senate, it was agreed that they should be included in Senator Flynn’s speech.
Through inadvertence, those amendments did not appear in the Debates of that day, and it is now suggested that they be printed as an appendix to today’s proceedings.
Is this procedure agreeable to honourable senators?
Hon. Senators: Agreed.