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)

“Bourassa’s demands still vague”, London Free Press (2 September 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-09-02 By: London Free Press Citation: “Bourassa’s demands still vague”, London Free Press (2 September 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Privy Council Office Bureau du Consell privé PRESS CLIPPINGS COUPURES DE JOURNAUX Name of Publication Nom de la publication LONDON FREE PRESS Sep 2 1975 Bourassa’s demands still vague Speaking in the House of Commons last October, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau formally pledged to patriate the Canadian constitution before the next federal election. Currently, those provisions of the British North America… Read more “Bourassa’s demands still vague”, London Free Press (2 September 1975)

Dave Thomas, “Clever ultimatum poses problem for prime minister”, Montreal Gazette (29 August 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-08-29 By: Dave Thomas (Montreal Gazette) Citation: Dave Thomas, “Clever ultimatum poses problem for prime minister”, Montreal Gazette (29 August 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Privy Council Office Bureau du Conseil privé PRESS CLIPPINGS COUPURES DE JOURNAUX Name of Publication Nom de la publication Montreal Gazette Date Aug 29 1975 Bourassa’s gamble Clever ultimatum poses problem for prime minister By DAVE THOMAS of the Gazette QUEBEC — Premier Bourassa has made a gambler’s decision. By staking his prestige on gaining constitutional… Read more Dave Thomas, “Clever ultimatum poses problem for prime minister”, Montreal Gazette (29 August 1975)

Hubert Bauch, “Quebec’s new communications battle plan”, Toronto Globe & Mail (29 August 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-08-29 By: Hubert Bauch (Toronto Globe & Mail) Citation: Hubert Bauch, “Quebec’s new communications battle plan”, Toronto Globe & Mail (29 August 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Privy Council Office Bureau du Conseil privé PRESS CLIPPINGS COUPURES DE JOURNAUX Name of Publication Nom de la publication Toronto Globe & Mail Date AUG 29 1975 Trying for truce without suing for peace Quebec’s new communications battle plan By HUBERT BAUCH Globe and Mail Reporter QUEBEC — The Quebec Government is trying to… Read more Hubert Bauch, “Quebec’s new communications battle plan”, Toronto Globe & Mail (29 August 1975)

Anthony Westell, “Bourassa’s constitutional aims would hurt our integrity”, Toronto Star (29 August 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-08-29 By: Anthony Westell (Toronto Star) Citation: Anthony Westell, “Bourassa’s constitutional aims would hurt our integrity”, Toronto Star (29 August 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Privy Council Office Bureau du Conseil privé PRESS CLIPPINGS COUPURES DE JOURNAUX Name of Publication Nom de la publication Toronto Star Date AUG 29 1975 Bourassa’s constitutional aims would hurt our integrity By ANTHONY WESTELL Star staff writer OTTAWA — Premier Robert Bourassa says that before he can agree to repatriation of the Canadian constitution, Quebec… Read more Anthony Westell, “Bourassa’s constitutional aims would hurt our integrity”, Toronto Star (29 August 1975)

“Mr. Bourassa wants it all”, Toronto Globe & Mail (28 August 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-08-28 By: Toronto Globe & Mail Citation: “Mr. Bourassa wants it all”, Toronto Globe & Mail (28 August 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Privy Council Office Bureau du Conseil privé PRESS CLIPPINGS COUPURES DE JOURNAUX Name of Publication Nom de la publication Toronto Globe & Mail Date AUG 28 1975 Mr. Bourassa wants it all Quebec Premier Bourassa has made his position perfectly clear. He does not want Canada’s constitution repatriated. At the moment it rests with the Parliament of the… Read more “Mr. Bourassa wants it all”, Toronto Globe & Mail (28 August 1975)

“Speaking of sovereignty”, Montreal Gazette (27 August 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-08-27 By: Montreal Gazette Citation: “Speaking of sovereignty”, Montreal Gazette (27 August 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Privy Council Office Bureau du Conseil privé PRESS CLIPPINGS COUPURES DE JOURNAUX Name of Publication Nom de la publication Montreal Gazette Date Aug 27 1975 Speaking of sovereignty Premier Bourassa would be more persuasive in his constitutional pronouncements if he talked about giving rights to people rather than powers to government. But his argument, as elaborated during the weekend to a Liberal policy conference,… Read more “Speaking of sovereignty”, Montreal Gazette (27 August 1975)

Frank Howard, “When is a secret not one?”, Ottawa Citizen (27 August 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-08-27 By: Frank Howard (Ottawa Citizen) Citation: Frank Howard, “When is a secret not one?”, Ottawa Citizen (27 August 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Privy Council Office Bureau du Conseil privé PRESS CLIPPINGS COUPURES DE JOURNAUX Name of Publication Ottawa Citizen Date AUG 27 1975 When is a secret not one? THE BUREAUCRATS by Frank Howard Some time before the end of the year, a joint Senate-Commons committee will make a set of recommendations about what kinds of information the government… Read more Frank Howard, “When is a secret not one?”, Ottawa Citizen (27 August 1975)