Category: Newspapers

Richard Gwyn, “Robert Bourassa: Canada’s new Mackenzie King”, Toronto Star (29 April 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-04-29 By: Richard Gwyn (Toronto Star) Citation: Richard Gwyn, “Robert Bourassa: Canada’s new Mackenzie King”, Toronto Star (29 April 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 APR 29 1975 ‘I will fight separatism to the end of my career’ Robert Bourassa: Canada’s new Mackenzie King By RICHARD GWYN Star staf writer QUEBEC CITY To visit Quebec is to wonder what- ever… Read more Richard Gwyn, “Robert Bourassa: Canada’s new Mackenzie King”, Toronto Star (29 April 1975)

Joseph MacSween, “Bourassa ready to wrestle with Trudeau over culture”, Ottawa Citizen (26 April 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-04-26 By: Ottawa Citizen Citation: Joseph MacSween, “Bourassa ready to wrestle with Trudeau over culture”, Ottawa Citizen (26 April 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Ottawa Citizen Apr. 26/75 Bourassa ready to wrestle with Trudeau over culture By Joseph MacSween Canadian Press staff writer MONTREAL — Premier Robert Bourassa indicated Friday he is ready to battle Prime Minister Trudeau over the cultural powers required by Quebec to maintain its French-Canadian culture. Differences in federal concepts between the Liberal premier and the Liberal… Read more Joseph MacSween, “Bourassa ready to wrestle with Trudeau over culture”, Ottawa Citizen (26 April 1975)

“Still conditions on the constitution”, Montreal Star (23 April 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-04-23 By: Montreal Star Citation: “Still conditions on the constitution”, Montreal Star (23 April 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Office of The Prime Minister Cabinet du Premier ministre PRESS CLIPPINGS COUPURES DE JOURNAUX Name of Publication Montreal Star Nom de la publication Date APR 23 1975 Date Still conditions on the constitution PIERRE TRUDEAU’s hopes of getting quick agreement from the provinces to a formula for amending the Canadian constitution at home look more remote every time Robert Bourassa opens his… Read more “Still conditions on the constitution”, Montreal Star (23 April 1975)

“Quebec’s Special Status”, Montreal Gazette (22 April 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-04-22 By: Montreal Gazette Citation: “Quebec’s Special Status”, Montreal Gazette (22 April 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Office of The Prime Minister PRESS CLIPPINGS Name of Publication Montreal Gazette Date APR 22 1975 Quebec’s special status It was ten years ago – on a tour of western Canada in the fall of 1965 – that Premier Jean Lesage launched the idea of a particular constitutional status for Quebec. His suggestions were vaguely formulated and did not win an immediately favorable reaction.… Read more “Quebec’s Special Status”, Montreal Gazette (22 April 1975)

Dominique Clift, “Bourassa on road to constitutional confrontation”, Montreal Star (1 February 1975)

Document Information Date: 1975-02-01 By: Dominique Clift (Montreal Star) Citation: Dominique Clift, “Bourassa on road to constitutional confrontation”, Montreal Star (1 February 1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Office of The Prime Minister Cabinet du Premier ministre PRESS CLIPPINGS COUPURES DE JOURNAUX Name of Publication Montreal Star Nom de la publication Date FEB 1 1975 Date Bourassa on road to constitutional confrontation Dominique Clift PREMIER Robert Bourassa has been quietly altering his political aims in a way that could challenge existing con- cepts of Canadian… Read more Dominique Clift, “Bourassa on road to constitutional confrontation”, Montreal Star (1 February 1975)

“Trudeau the foremost advocate of a strong central government”, Montreal Star (1975)

Document Information Date: 1975 By: Montreal Star (Quebec Editor) Citation: “Trudeau the foremost advocate of a strong central government”, Montreal Star (1975). Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Trudeau the foremost advocate of a strong central government THE MAIN obstacle in the way of Premier Robert Bourassa’s slowly emerging aims happens to be Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. Perhaps it is that his political base is in Quebec, or because of his tendency towards a doctrinaire statement of ideas, or possibly because contemporary politics offer only antagonistic… Read more “Trudeau the foremost advocate of a strong central government”, Montreal Star (1975)

“To the Electors of the Province”, The Constitution (29 April 1878)

Document Information Date: 1878-04-29 By: The Constitution Citation: “To the Electors of the Province”, The Constitution (29 April 1878). 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.

“The Local Constitutions”, The Globe (3 August 1866)

Document Information Date: 1866-09-03 By: The Globe Citation: “The Local Constitutions”, The Globe (3 August 1866). Other formats: THE LOCAL CONSTITUTIONS. The House then resumed the consideration of the resolution on the subject of the Local Governments and Legislatures of Upper and Lower Canada. Hon. Mr. BROWN said that with regard to some of these resolutions, there might be grave doubts whether the course proposed by the Government was the best, and it was to be regretted that they had received so little discussion, seeing that we had reached the… Read more “The Local Constitutions”, The Globe (3 August 1866)