Category: Secondary Sources and Other Materials

Pierre Elliott Trudeau, “Say Goodbye to the Dream of One Canada”, Toronto Star & [Montreal] La Presse (27 May 1987)

Document Information Date: 1987-05-27 By: Pierre Elliott Trudeau Citation: Pierre Elliott Trudeau, “Say Goodbye to the Dream of One Canada”, Toronto Star & [Montreal] La Presse (27 May 1987). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). P. E. Trudeau: ‘Say goodbye to the dream’ of one Canada. Former prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, in one of his strongest statements since he left office, has put on paper his views on proposed changes to bring Quebec into the Constitution. He is totally opposed to the changes. He says… Read more Pierre Elliott Trudeau, “Say Goodbye to the Dream of One Canada”, Toronto Star & [Montreal] La Presse (27 May 1987)

John D. Whyte, The Constitution and Natural Resource Revenues (1982)

Document Information Date: 1982-06 By: John D. Whyte Citation: John D. Whyte, The Constitution and Natural Resource Revenues (Kingston: Institute of Government Relations, Queen’s University, 1982). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Why Is There No Text? This document has not yet been transcribed. Help us out by transcribing the PDF into a text file and emailing it to pd@theccf.ca. Your help will make PrimaryDocuments.ca the most complete word-searchable electronic repository of documents relating to the Canadian constitution. For more information consult our Be a Contributor page.

Memorandum from R.G. Robertson [Re Article 38 of the proclamation for “patriation” of the constitution] to the Prime Minister (5 December 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-12-05 By: R.G. Robertson Citation: Memorandum from R.G. Robertson to the Prime Minister (5 December 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). c.c.: Mr. Pitfield Mr. Carter Mr. Jodouin Mr. Hurley Mrs. Reed Miss Macdonald CONFIDENTIAL December 5th, 1975. MEMORANDUM FOR THE PRIME MINISTER Re Article 38 of the proclamation for “patriation” of the constitution Attached herewith is the original of a letter dated December 2nd that I have received from Don Thorson. It follows upon the briefing I gave to Mr. Basford… Read more Memorandum from R.G. Robertson [Re Article 38 of the proclamation for “patriation” of the constitution] to the Prime Minister (5 December 1975)

Letter from Deputy Minister Thorson [Re: “Form of a Proclamation of the Governor General”] to Mr. Gordon Robertson (2 December 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-12-02 By: Deputy Minister Thorson Citation: Letter from Deputy Minister Thorson to Mr. Gordon Robertson (2 December 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Attorney General of Canada Sous-ministre de la Justice et sous-procurer général du Canada Ottawa, December 2, 1975. Mr. Gordon Robertson, Secretary to the Cabinet, Federal-Provincial Relations Office, 59 Sparks Street, Ottawa, Ontario. K1A 0A3. Re: “Form of a Proclamation of the Governor General” Dear Mr. Robertson: Following your recent discussion of this matter… Read more Letter from Deputy Minister Thorson [Re: “Form of a Proclamation of the Governor General”] to Mr. Gordon Robertson (2 December 1975)

Memorandum from R.G. Robertson [Next steps on “patriation” of the constitution] to the Prime Minister (29 November 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-11-29 By: R.G. Robertson Citation: Letter from R.G. Robertson to the Prime Minister (29 November 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). CONFIDENTIAL Carter Mr.Jodouin Mr.Hurley Mrs.Reed Miss Macdonald November 29th, 1975. MEMORANDUM FOR THE PRIME MINISTER: Next steps on “patriation” of the constitution I mentioned to you on Wednesday the information that has come to us from Arthur Tremblay indicating that there has been some discussion by Mr. Bourassa with officials in Quebec about the document that I transmitted to Julien Chouinard… Read more Memorandum from R.G. Robertson [Next steps on “patriation” of the constitution] to the Prime Minister (29 November 1975)

Memorandum from R.G. Robertson [The next steps on “patriation” of the constitution] to Mr. Carter (29 November 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-11-27 By: R.G. Robertson Citation: Memorandum from R.G. Robertson to Mr. Carter (29 November 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). CONFIDENTIAL November 29th, 1975. Mrs. Reed Mr. Joduin Mr. Hurley MEMORANDUM FOR M. CARTER: The next steps on “patriation” of the constitution Thank you for your memorandum of November 27th, commenting on my draft memorandum of the same date for the Prime Minister. In the light of your comments and those that I received from Jim Hurley in a manorandum the same… Read more Memorandum from R.G. Robertson [The next steps on “patriation” of the constitution] to Mr. Carter (29 November 1975)

Memorandum from R.G. Robertson [“Patriation” of the constitution] to Mr. Carter (27 November 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-11-27 By: R.G. Robertson Citation: Memorandum from R.G. Robertson to Mr. Carter (27 November 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). CONFIDENTIAL Mr. Jodouin Mrs. Reed Mr. Hurley November 27th, 1975. MEMORANDUM FOR MR. CARTER: “Patriation” of the constitution See the attached memorandum that I have prepared for the Prime Minister concerning the next step to take on “patriation”. I would like to send it to the Prime Minister tomorrow so that he can read it and think about it during the weekend.… Read more Memorandum from R.G. Robertson [“Patriation” of the constitution] to Mr. Carter (27 November 1975)

Memorandum from R.G. Robertson [Next steps on “patriation” of the constitution] to the Prime Minister (27 November 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-11-27 By: R.G. Robertson Citation: Memorandum from R.G. Robertson to the Prime Minister (27 November 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). CONFIDENTIAL November 27th, 1975. MEMORANDUM FOR THE PRIME MINISTER: Next steps on “patriation” of the constitution I mentioned to you yesterday the information that has come to us from Arthur Tremblay indicating that there has been some discussion by Mr. Bourassa with officials in Quebec and also with members of his Cabinet about the document that I transmitted to Julien Chouinard… Read more Memorandum from R.G. Robertson [Next steps on “patriation” of the constitution] to the Prime Minister (27 November 1975)