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What Tomorrow, Canada?

Click here to view the original document (PDF). FOREWARD The most important national issue that Canada has faced since Confederation is before us now: the consideration of the Constitution under which we shall continue to exist as a nation. The Constitution is not a dry document of interest only to lawmakers, historians and the courts. It is a living document that affects the way in which we shall continue to be governed, and through which Canadians are served. Because of this, the widest consultation is required, to ensure that all… Read more What Tomorrow, Canada?

The Canadian Historical Review, Edward Whelan Reports from the Quebec Conference

Click here to view the original document (PDF). *N.B. Footnotes have been turned into Endnotes for the HTML version.* THE CANADIAN HISTORICAL REVIEW Continuing The Review of Historical Publications Relating to Canada Founded at the University of Toronto in 1896 Edited by John T. Saywell VOLUME XLII, 1961 PUBLISHED BY UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS [Page 23] Edward Whelan Reports from the Quebec Conference P. B. WAITE EDWARD PALMER, the Attorney General of Prince Edward Island’s Conservative government, was considerably annoyed, not only with his own colleagues but also with the… Read more The Canadian Historical Review, Edward Whelan Reports from the Quebec Conference

Election Manfiesto 1936 – Plan the Province for the People

Click here to view the original document (PDF). ELECTION MANIFESTO 1936 PLAN THE PROVINCE FOR THE PEOPLE! A C.C.F. government in a province must necessarily work within the limits imposed upon it by the B.N.A. Act in its present form. It cannot of itself introduce a fully planned and socialized economy; the complete aim of the party can only be realized when a C.C.F. government is in power at Ottawa as well as in the province. The aim of the British Columbia C.C.F., therefore, is to create a socialist sector… Read more Election Manfiesto 1936 – Plan the Province for the People

British North America Acts 1867-1919

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