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COLLECTION: Special Joint Committee on the Constitution of Canada (1980-1981)

Special Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Commons on the Constitution (1980-1981) RESPECTING:The document entitled “Proposed Resolution for a Joint Address to Her Majesty the Queen respecting the Constitution of Canada” published by the Government on October 2, 1980 Joint Chairmen:Senator Harry Hays, P.C. & Serge Joyal, M.P. Index November, 1980 (Issues 1-15) December, 1980 (Issues 16-30) January, 1981 (Issues 31-50) February, 1981 (Issues 51-57) *On Order — Available Soon

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

British Columbia, Legislative Council: Debate on the Subject of Confederation with Canada, Whole Collection (1870)

BRITISH COLUMBIA. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. DEBATE ON THE SUBJECT OF CONFEDERATION WITH CANADA. REPRINTED FROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY OF MARCH, 1870. VICTORIA, B.C.: Printed by WILLIAM H. CULLIN, Printer to the King’s Most Excellent Majesty. 1912. MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. SESSION 1870. Hon. PHILIP HANKIN, Colonial Secretary and Presiding Member. Hon. HENRY PERING PELLEW CREASE, Attorney-General. Hon. JOSEPH WILLIAM TRUTCH, Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works. Hon. WYMOND OGILVY HAMLEY, Collector of Customs. Hon. ARTHUR THOMAS BUSHBY, Acting Postmaster-General. Hon. EDWARD GRAHAM ALSTON, J.P. Hon. HENRY MAYNARD BALL, J.P.… Read more British Columbia, Legislative Council: Debate on the Subject of Confederation with Canada, Whole Collection (1870)

Nova Scotia, Debates and Proceedings of the House of Assembly (Confederation), 23rd Parl, 4th Sess, 1867

Click here to view the rest of our Confederation Debates collection by province and year. OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY DURING THE FOURTH SESSION OF THE TWENTY-THIRD PARLIAMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 1867. HALIFAX, N.S. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOSEPH C CORSKILL, “EVENING REPORTER” OFFICE, 28 BEDFORD ROW. 1867. March 16, 1867 March 18, 1867 March 19, 1867 March 23, 1867 March 25, 1867 March 29, 1867 March 30, 1867 April 1, 1867 April 2, 1867 April 8, 1867 April 9,… Read more Nova Scotia, Debates and Proceedings of the House of Assembly (Confederation), 23rd Parl, 4th Sess, 1867

COLLECTION: Scrapbook Debates on Local Constitutions and other subjects (1866)

Click here to view the rest of our Confederation Debates collection by province and year. Province of Canada: 8th Parliament, 5th Session (1866) Legislative Council June 8, 1866 (Opening of Parliament—Governor’s Speech) June 11, 1866 (Address in Answer to the Speech) June 12, 1866 June 13, 1866 June 14, 1866 June 15, 1866 June 18, 1866 June 19, 1866 June 20, 1866 June 21, 1866 June 22, 1866 June 25, 1866 June 26, 1866 July 4, 1866 July 5, 1866 July 6, 1866 July 9, 1866 July 10, 1866 July… Read more COLLECTION: Scrapbook Debates on Local Constitutions and other subjects (1866)

Prince Edward Island, Debates and Proceedings of the House of Assembly (Confederation), 22nd Parl, 4th Sess, 1866

Click here to view the rest of our Confederation Debates collection by province and year. THE PARLIAMENTARY REPORTER; OR, DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, FOR THE YEAR 1866. BEING THE FOURTH SESSION OF THE TWENTY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY. R.B. Irving, Esquire, Reporter. CHARLOTTETOWN: PRINTED AT “THE EXAMINER” OFFICE, HILLSBOROUGH. 1866. April 16, 1866 May 4, 1866 May 5, 1866 May 7, 1866 May 8, 1866 May 10, 1866