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The Experience of India in Promoting The Fundamental Freedoms Through Constitutionally Entrenched Provisions with Respect to Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

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The Experience of the United States with Incorporating Fundamental Rights (Politicial Civil Liberties) Into the Constitution

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A Brief Survey on Constitutional Protection for Fundamental Freedoms in the Commonwealth

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Correspondence Between Deputy Minister of Justice and Attorneys General (Provincial)

Click here to view the original document (PDF). TELEGRAM TORONTO ONT 21 1249P E A DRIEDGER DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL DEPT OF JUSTICE OTTAWA ONT UNDERSTOOD FRENCH VERSION WAS TO BE SETTLED BY PIGEON YOURSELF AND TRANSLATION BUREAU STOP NO OBJECTION TO SUBMITTING TO YOUR MINISTER C R MAGONE TELEGRAM CHARLOTTETOWN PEI 24 1204P AST A E DRIEDGER QC DEPUTY MINISTER OF JUSTICE OTTAWA ONT TEXT OF FRENCH VERSION OF DRAFT CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT IS APPROVED J ARTHUR MCGUIGAN DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL TELEGRAM VICTORIA BC NOV 24 1117A E A DRIEDGER QC… Read more Correspondence Between Deputy Minister of Justice and Attorneys General (Provincial)

Consensus Report on the Constitution

Click here to view the original document (PDF). CHARLOTTETOWN August 28, 1992 Final Text TABLE OF CONTENTS Page PREFACE I: UNITY AND DIVERSITY A. PEOPLE AND COMMUNITIES 1 1. Canada Clause 2. Aboriginal Peoples and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms 3. Linguistic Communities in New Brunswick B. CANADA’S SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC UNION 2 4. The Social and Economic Union 5. Economic Disparities, Equalization and Regional Development 6. The Common Market (*) II: INSTITUTIONS A. THE SENATE 4 7. An Elected Senate 8. An Equal Senate 9. Aboriginal Peoples’… Read more Consensus Report on the Constitution

First Ministers Meeting on the Constitution, 1987 Constitutional Accord

Click here to view the original document (PDF). Privy Council Office – Meech Lake Constitutional Accord, 1987 0.01 m. Vol. 5935 This record consists of the original signed text of the constitutional agreement known as the Meech Lake Accord. The agreement was signed by all the First Ministers on June 3, 1987 for the purpose of amending the Constitution Act, 1982. The record consists of an accord setting out the principles, a Motion for a Resolution to authorize an amendment to the constitution, and the proposed Constitutional Amendment, 1987. The… Read more First Ministers Meeting on the Constitution, 1987 Constitutional Accord

Proposed Resolution to Authorize His Excellency the Governor General to issue a proclamation respecting amendments to the Constitution of Canada, The Prime Minister

Click here to view the original document (PDF). Proposed Resolution to authorize His Excellency the Gov- ernor General to issue a proclamation respecting amendment to the Constitution of Canada Projet de résolution autorisant Son Excellence le gouver- neur général à prendre une proclamation portant modification de la Constitution du Canada. THE PRIME MINISTER LE PREMIER MINISTRE Motion for a Rcsolution to authorize His Excellency the Governor General to issue a proclamation respecting amendments to the Constitution of Canada Whereas the Constitution Act, 1982 pro- vides that an amendment to the… Read more Proposed Resolution to Authorize His Excellency the Governor General to issue a proclamation respecting amendments to the Constitution of Canada, The Prime Minister

Sections of the Constitutional Act, 1982 Relating to the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada

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