Procès-verbaux et témoignages du Comité mixte spécial du Sénat et de la Chambre des communes sur la Constitution du Canada, 32e parl, 1re sess, Index (13 février 1981)


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CANADA

INDEX

SPECIAL JOINT COMMITTEE ON

Constitution of Canada

SENATE
AND
HOUSE OF COMMONS

Issues 1-57 0 1980-1981 ‘ 1st Session 0

Joint Chairmen: Senator Harry Hays
Mr. Serge Joyal, M.P.

32nd Parliament

29973- 1

INDEX

HOUSE OF COMMONS COMMITTEES-OFFICIAL REPORT

FIRST SEËSION—THIRTY-SECOND PARLÏAMENT

Abbreviations: A.=Appendîces. Amdt.=amendmcnt. M.=motion. S.O.=standing order.
DATES AND ISSUES
_ —19so——
November: 6th, 1; 7th, 2; 12th, 3; 13th, 4; 14th, 5; 17th, 6; 18th, 7; 19th, 8; 20th, 9; 2lst, 10; 24th, l1; 25th, 12; 26th,
13; 27th, 14; 28th, l5.
December: 1st, 16; 2nd, 17; 3rd, l8; 4th, 19; 5th, 20; 8th, 21; 9th, 22; 10th, 23; 11th, 24; 12th, 25; 15th, 26; 16th, 27;
17th, 28: 18th, 29; 19th, 30.
«[9211-
January: 5th, 31; 6th, 32; 7th, 33; 8th, 34; 9th, 35; 12th, 36; 14th, 37; 15th, 38; 16th, 39; 19th, 40; 20th, 41; 2lst,

42; 22nd, 43; 23rd, 44; 26th, 45; 27th, 46; 28th, 47; 29th, 48; 30th, 49; 3lst, 50.
February: 2nd, 51; 3rd, 52; 4th, 53; 5th, 54; 6th, 55; 9th, 56; 13th, 57.

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 3

Abortion, 7:17; 92144-5; 22:36-49; 24:99-l02, 108-10; 29:9-10, 13-4,
37-49, 86; 34:1 19-21, 124-7

Advisory Council on tlie Status of Women position, 34:123
Badgley report, 29:41

Birth control/sex education, relationship, 22:44; 24:104, 113
Canadian Medical Association position, 24:l03-4, 113

Capital punishment, re1ationship,22:42-3, 49; 24:105-6; 342128-9
Church of Jesus Christ of 1.atter Day Saints position, 29:9
Coalition for the Protection of l-luman Lifc position, 22:49
Courts intcrpreting, 241115-6; 341119, 126; 49:16-7, 20-2, 25
Dantzcr position, 24:1 15

Enforccmcnt difficulties, 49: 18-20

Frccdom or’ choice, organizations supporting, etc., 24:99, 114-6
Hospital staff, conscience clause, 22:41 -2; 24:107

Libcral position, 43146-8, 52

Lite at conception/birth, 24:1 13-4; 29:11-4

Mcdical developments, 22:27-30, 34-5, 37; 24:l01-3; 29:37-8, 47-8;

34:129-30
New Dcmocratic Party position, 24:107-S; 43249-51
Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops position, 3358-9, 63-5,
73-4, 86

Parliamcnt responsibility, 24:106; 34:127; 43:46, 50; 49:13-26
Privacy, relationship, 49:17-8

Progressive Conservative position, 411101

Public attitude, 1979 Gallup poll, 24:99

Rigltt t0 lite, 22:25; 34zl24, 127

Sec a/ro “Everyone »

Robinson, S., position, 24:107

Statistics, 22:44; 29:1 1, 41, 44-5

See alxo Amending proccdurewReferendum; Charter of

riglitsw-Fundamental freecloms; “Eveiy/one »; Frecdom of
conscience

Acadians, see Linguistic and cultural rights

Acheson, Ms. Dehorah (Member 01′ the Steering Committce, National
Association of Women and the La\v)
Constitution of Canada, 22:50-], 55, 61-72’

Ackroyd, Mr. John (Cliici, Metro Toronto Police, Canadiau
Association of Chiots of Police)
Constitution of Canada, 14:6-9, 12-8, 23-9

Adams, Senator Willie (Northwest Tcrritories)
Constitution of Canada, 12:81-3; 1624-6

Administrative abuses
Bureaucratic law-making, 33:138-9_
Controlling under charter ofrights,7:10—1;37:20—1;46:47-50, 53

Adult education, sec Éducation

Advertising

Constitutional package
Canada West Foundation, 12:1 16-8
Federal, 3:36-7, 43; 41131-4; 222128; 38z87-8ç 41:67-71; 48:63
See alro Jurisdictions-—Provincial. Quebec

See alro Amonding procedurc-däcfcrcndum;

Committce—Witnesscs, Appearanccs/briefs

Advisory Council on (lie Status of Women, 9:123-4; 48:23
Sec also Abortion; Charter ot » rights; Non-discrimination
rightsv-Eqtiality before the law; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted

Affirmative action, 7:17, 22-3, 94; 11:32-3; 17:90; 21:40-l; 22:9, 31-2;
22:60-l, 70, 79-81, 111; 24:56-7; 291126, 145-6, 149; 32134-6, 41

Fairweathcr position, 20:13

Federal position, 36:15; 48:39

New Democratic Party position, 48:40, 43-5

Progressive Conservative position, 48:40-}

Affirmative action—Com.
Saskatchewan, 8:19-20
Women, 9259-60, 65-6, 73, 128-9, 138, 142-3
Sec also Mobility rightswEmployment; Native people

Afro-Asian Foundntion of Canada, see Charter ot » rights;
CommitteeAWitnesses; Organizations/individuals appoaring and
briefs submîtted

Age, non-discrimination rights, 7129-31, 99; 9:14-5, 146; 11:45; 21:39;
22:58; 34:_153; 36131-2; 41:23; 42:10; 48:41-2, 45
Moratorium, 49z45-7, 51-2
Saskatchewan position, 38:79
Sec also Rctirement

Air Canada, sec Linguistic and cultural riglits

Air transport, bilingualism policy, air/ground communications,
Marceau decision in Association des Gens de l’Air du Québec Inc.
case, 4:135-6

Aird, Professor P.L. (Faculty of Forcstry, Univcrsity ol‘ Toronto)
Constitution of Canada, 24z83-4, 87-96

Alakatusery, Mr. Sebastian (Chairman, Afro-Asian Founclation of
Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 3230-2, 35-6, 40-4

Alasku Highway gas pipeline, ses Mobility rights

Albértn
Government
Constitution papcr, Harnzony in tliversily. 33:1 14; 33Azl-40
Alberta Nova Dentocratic Party position, 33H02
See a/so Appendices
Sec alsa Committeew-Witnesses

Johnston, D, (provincial cabinet minister), ree Amending
procedure-Vancouver

Scparatism, l:80-1; 33:l26; 40123-4

See also Amending procedure-Victoria formula (1971); Linguistic
and cultural rights-Francophones outside Que.;Natura1
resources-Taxation; Resolution; Social services-Welfare
recipients

Albertn Chaniber of Commerce, ses Britain-w Parliament;
Committee-—Witnesses; Equalization; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefis submitted

Alberta formula, sec Amending procedure; Language of instruction
Alberta Heritagc Savings Trust Fund, 32:136-9, 143-6

Alberta New Democratic Party

Constitution position, 332114, 132; 33A:4l-52

See (lira Albet’ta—Govcrnmcnt; Amending proccdure; Appendices;
Charter ofrights; Council ofthe provinces; Equalization;
Linguistic and cultural rights; Native rights; Natural resourccs;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted;
Proccss; Resolution; Western provincesu/xlicnation

Algonquin Council, sec Committec-Witness; Organizations/
individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Allen, Mr. Harry (Chairman, Council Îor Yukon Indians)
Constitution of Canada, 18:7-38

Alliance for Life, me Organizations/itidividuals appearing and briefs
submitted

Allmand, Hon. Warreu (L-wNotrc-Damc-de-Grâcc)
Amending procedure, 35131-3
British North America Act, 27:31-2
Charter of rights, 29:29-30

Note: See page l for Dates and Issues

4 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Allmand, Hon. Warren-Cont.
Committee, witnesses, 1:21; 2:16-7
Constitution committee (1972), 22:96

Constitution of Canada, 3:86; 4:10-3, 80-3; 7:48-9, 73-5; 17:18-21,

80-1, 128-9; 18:23-5; 22:95-7, 129, 142-4; 24:53-4; 27131-2;
27:l07-9; 28220-2; 29:28-31; 30:56-7; 31:39-41, 71-2; 32:96;

3336-8, 100; 34:62-ô; 35:31-3; 38:70-2; 46:98-100; 49:85, 90-1,

95-6
Economic riglits, 29:30-1
Housc debate, 1:21
Language of instruction, 4:10-2, 80; 7:73-5; 22:96
Legal rights, 29:30
Linguistic and cultural riglits, 4:80-3; 7:75; 22:96; 35:33
Mobility rights, 46:99-100
Monarchy, 34:62
Native rights, 4:12-3, 17218-20, 80-1; 18:24-5; 22:l42-4’
28:20-2; 30156-7; 31:39-41, 71-2; 3336-8; 34:63-6; 3 .
49:85, 90-1, 95-6
Non-discrimination rights, 27:32
Organization meeting, 1:19, 21-2: 2:16-7
Points of order
Amdts., procedurc, 1:21-2
Documents, appending to minutes and evidence, 17:21
Meetings, schedule, printed notice, distribution, 1:22
Members of Housc not Coznmittee inembers, 1:21; 3:86
Witnesses
Appearing before Committec, guidelines, 1:21: 2:16-7
Members of Parliament and Senators appearing, 1:19
Statcments, 33:l00
Searcli and seizure, 24:53-4
Yukon Territory, l8z23-4

Althouse, Mr. Vic (NDP-J-lumboldt-Lake Centre)
Constitution of Canada, 25216-8

Amending procedure
Alberta formula, see Vancouver consensus (1980)
Alberta New Democratic Party position, 33:105-6; 35:31
Balance of powcr, affecting, 30:11; 32:18
Blakeney proposal, 80% of population, 30:11-2, 17-20, 27–8;
341140-1: 35:31
Qucbec, affecting, 341142
Consensus, 28:44-5
Consultations, 7157-8, 67-9, 72-3; 9:92-4
Federal position, 3609-21; 38224-5
See also below Referendum, Rules
Flexibility, 141105-6, 111; 15:1 1-2; 33:10-3;-5l:68-9, 95-7
Fulton-Favroau formula (1964), 27:43-4
Historical background, 12:l29; 27:43
Interim, 2:20’ 997-8; 27:18; 28:34; 29:51, 61-2; 3011 1; 34:28, 78,
134-5; 36. -8; 38:24-5; 40:20; 51:52, 106-7; 52:108-15
Progressive Conservaiive position, 51:30
Provincial alternative, 52:1 17-30

Unanimity, 2 year rule, 14:109-l0; 16:8; 17:54; 19:47; 22:113-4;

28:47-8; 29:58; 32:27, 59-60, 70-5; 34:1 14, 135, 146-7
Extending to 5 years, 12:l05-6
Sce a/so below Vancouver consensus (1980)
Inuit Committee on National Issues position, 16:28
Limits on use, 54:98-9
Native people, 16:8; 33:119-20
Newfoundland, 3:11-4
See also below Vancouver consensus (1980)—-Victoria formula
(1971)
Nova Scotia position, 17:40—1, 54
Ontario/Que. veto, 4:l4-5, 132-4; 12:132; 27:9, 18; 30:11, 20,40,
53-4; 34:139-40; 3531-2; 36:29-30, 0125; 51:76-8, 108
Western provinces position, 30:26-7; 32:107-8
Pepin-Robarts task force formula, 35:25, 31, 43, 46

Amending procedure-Corxz.

Prince Edward lsland excluded/Hendcrson amdL, 2:32: 3:80-3:
4:42-3, 73-5: 14:80, 98; 17:35;30:l1,18-9;51:36, 110-1
Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan proposal, 321105-6
Progressive Conservative position, Austin/Joyal remarks, 27:97,
l00,103-5,119-25
Provinces, application to “some but not all », 2248-9; 9:79, 86-92,
99-100; 36:21; 10:27-8; 521111-3; 53:37
Native riglits, affccting, 52:66-8
Provincial equality, 12:131-2:14:103-4
Provincial referral, 5l:69-70, 105
Referendum (deadlock-breakîng), 2:23; 4:107; 7:64; 12: 103 ‘
13:14; 15:12; 17136-9, 56-7; 19:54, 65-6, 70; 22:1 13; 27:2 ,
33-4, 48; 29:64-5: 30:7; 32157-60, 108, 114, 127; 34:80, 98,
133-4, 163; 35:25

Abortion, 52:20-l

Advcrtising, 52:30

Alternatives, 3:21-3; l2:104-6

Atlantic premiers position, 41:72-3

Beatty position, 7:46

Blakeney position, 30:l2-3, 20, 23-4, 48-9, 55; 52:35; 53:23

See alsa below lnitiating
Business Council on National Issues position, 33:137
Canadian Association for the Prevention of Crime position,
2455-6
Canadian Bar Association position, 34:26
Charter ofrights, affecting, 3:29-31, 57-60; 4:56-7, 77-8; 5:l4-5,
21-2; 7:19-20, 110; 9:69-70; 11:35; l3:l4-6; 14:60-l; 21:13;
222106: 29:8, 76; 3 ; 52:19-21
Chrétien position, 5 . 8
Robinson, S., position, 4:80; 39:14-6; 40114-6; 52:58: 5152-4

Davis position, 2:24; 52:22-3

“Deadlock », 2:24; 14:1 13-4; 17:36; 38:97; 40:7-9; 52226-8, 50-1

Court refcrral, 2:24
Fcderal-provincial conference, Sept. 8-12/80, 2:25; 3:74-5

Denominational/independent schools, affecting, 19:7, 11-2
Divisive, 53: 1 9-20

Expenses, 41129-30; 52144-5

Fedcral position, 4:15-6

Federal system, affecting, 34:19-20; 35:20; 36:25-6; 39:24;

52:l5-9, 23-7, 30-8, 43, 47-8, 51-2

Hatfield position, 19:50, 54, 64-5, 68; 52:32

Historical background, 52541-3, 48-9

Initiating

Australia, 341151; 40:9-10; 41:31; 52:14-5, 34-5
Blakeney proposa], 30 ., 23, S5
Citizen initiative, 52:2
Colien, Maxwell, position, 41:24-6; 52:16
Federal government unilaterally/provinces excluded, 3161-5,
72; 4:63-5, 136-7; 7:76-7; :23-5, 79, 89, 97:13:14; 14:88,
109; 17:29, 35-7, 45; 28 ,43; 34:21, 133; 35:20-1;
40:8-11; 41:32-4; 5l:123-4; 52:13-5, 29, 32-3, 53-4, 49-50,
58-65, 121-9; 53zl7-8
Blakcney rcmarks, 4:6-9; 38:96, 99; 52:16-7
Parliamcntary approval, 4:65-6; 41:28 1

National lndian Brotlierhood position, 27:83-4, 105

Native riglits, affccting, 41:74-5

New Democratic Part)‘ position, 52:10-}; 53:29-34

Nystrom position, 52:35-6

Othcr countrics, comparing, 27:42-3

Peckford position, 52:33

“Plebiscite »/“referendum », 52:60-2

Positive Action Committee position, 7151-2, 58-60

Premiers position, 52:45

Progressive Conservativc position, 41 :95-6; 53:33

Provincial boundaries, affecting, 52:34

Provincial status, affecting, 4:62-3

Note: Sec page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 5

Amending procedure-Cont,
Rcferendum (deadlock-brcaking)-—-Conz,
Pubiic/“ordinary peuple », roie, 30:13; 52:22-3
Quebee, affccting, 34:26-7
Question, 4:[31;38:11Z-3;52:43-4, 52-3;53:24-5
Rcgional rnajorities, 341133 4l:72-5
Western provinces, 41 :83-5
Republican systcm, instituting, 9:100-1
Restrictions, 142110; 17:44—5
Result, effect of negative vote on government, 41 :29-3 1; 52: 1 7-8
Robertson, Gordon, position, 36:23; 4126-32; 52:16-7, 35
Roblin remarks, 41 :80
Rulcs, 428-9, 128-32; 34:25-7; 52:30
Blakeney position, 30213-4; 36:20-1, 27-9; 38:95-9, 112
Commission, 3023-4; 53:20-6, 27-9
Fcdcral position, 36:20-1, 27-9; 39:10-4; 40:l8-9
Russell position, 34:l71
Trudeau letter t0 Davis, 3:14, 30, 50
Voting, 4216-8, 68-75, 87-92, 126-7; 30:13: 53:20, 27
Conscription plebiscitc (1942), comparing, 4:88
Federal prisoners, 53:35
Regional diserepancies, 40: 16-26
New Dcmocratic Party proposa1, 51:1 15-23
Prince Edward Island, 512118-22
Simple majority, 14:87-9; 17:38; 34:27
War Measures Act, comparison, 52:22
Western alicnation, affecting, 4l:32-4: 52:45-6. 60
Yukon and N.W.T. participation, 41:55
Sonate veto, 3:26- :6 , 139; 7:79; 12:104, 111, 120-1; 17:12-3;
38:99-100;41: 8,51-4,76-8;52:84-108
Chrétien position, 52:93-4, 98-9, 105-6
Social Credit Party of Alberta position. 33:163, 180-1
Statute of Westminster (1931), 2z20-l
Testing, referral of charter of rights. 34:50-5, 162-4
Toronto formula, 30:19;33:105-6,119,131;34:46,141-2
Quebec rights, safogtxarding, 33zl3l-2
Unanimity, 12:103-4; 142105; 17:55; 19:54; 322108, 120-1, 126-7;
35:48; 55:11-4
Unilateral action, 121105; 17:38
Vancouver consensus (1980), 42122-6; 17: ’27:9, 44; 32:120-1;
331105, 130-1; 41:104-5, 110-1; 51:3 , 2:l29-30
Anglican Church of Canada position, 33240-1
Atlantic provinces, affecting, 17:39; 51:74
Blakency position, 30:54; 51:67, 70-1
Fedcral veto of provincial amdts, 3:65
__ Interim period1acking,51:74-5
Newfoundland position, 9:87
‘ Opting-out, 17:54;27:14-5,19, 109-10; 32:120; 34:139; 41:105-9,
117-9
Charter of rights/checkerboard, 28:41; 41:t23-4; 50:69-70;
51:37, 68, 71-2, 75-6, 87-95, 99-101, 105-6
Federal-provincial confercnccs, 51 :73
New Dcmocratic Party position, 51:40-2
Propcrty rights proposal, comparing, 51:74
Qucbcc position, 28:46
Premiers position, 17:33; 38zl3-5, 27-8; 41:95; 51:33, 50-3, 56-7,
65-6, 95
See aIso below Provincial acceptance
‘ Progressive Conservative position, 55:8-9
Provincial acceptance. 19:67-9; 27:44, 65; 30:29-30
Buchanan position, 27:57
Hatficld position, 19:67; 27156-9
Pubtic attitude, 51:85-7
Quebec, affecting, 41:111-3, 120-2; 51:41-2, 52-3, 58-61, 72-3, 80,
99-100;55:11, 16-7
Russetl position, 34:139; 51:62
Trudcau position, 38:15-6; 55:17

Amending proccdure——Car1t.
Vancouver consensus (1980)——Cont,
Union Nationale position, 28:35-6
Victoria formula (1971), 10:28; 13:14; 17:55; 27:41; 30:28; 331105;
34:31, 45-6, 51-139; 51:81-3

Alberta, affecting, 27148-9

Atlantic rcgion, including Nfld., 9179-80

Atiantic/western provinces, equal status, 3279-83; 4:36-7, 41-4.

73-5; 19:49; 30:19; 36:23; 38:26, 52-5, 73-6; 40:20-6; 41:78-‘)
British Columbia position, 4:37, 43-4, 68-74, 91-2
lrwin motion, 5l:109-15

Blakcncy position, 40:25; 51:34, 66-7, 71

Britain, solcct committee (Kcrshaw) position, 51:63

Classes of provinces, oreating, 12:103-4, 110; 1492-3; 27:9, 24;

341138-40‘ 5 37, 102-3

Epp amdL, 51. -43, 50-108

Federai position, 41:79

Hatfield position, 19:67-8

Nova Scotia position, 17:50

Opting-in provision, 2:44

Provincial acceptancc, 27:44, 57-8, 65; 332151; 34z44-5

Quebec, 4272-3; 12:119; 51:71

Rémillard position, 35:25

Richardson position, 27:8

Russcll position, 342138-41, 150

Western provinces position, 51 :36, 63-4, 69

Wells (Ont. cabinet minister) rcmarks, 17:36, 59; 51:34, 38-9, 61-2,
67-8
See alm Linguistic and cultural rights; Newfoundland-
Labrador-Jferms of union (1949)

Andcrson, Ms. Doris (President, Advisory Council on thc Status of
Women)
Constitution of Canada, 92123-5, 133-9, 145, 148-9

Andrew, Mr. Robert (MLA, Saskatcheivan; Member, Progressive
Conservativc Party of Saskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada, 321134, 141

Anglicnn Church o!‘ Canada

Constitution position, Archbishop Scott representing, 33:62

See also Amending procedure——Vancouver consensus (1980);
Charter of rights; Consultations; Constitutional assembly;
Native rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and hricfs
submitted; Unilateral action

Anguîsh, Mr. Doug (NDP—The Battlefords-Meadow Lake)
Constitution of Canada, 22:138-41

Appendices

Alberta government position paper, Harmony in diversity: A m-w
federalism for Canada, 33A:1-40

Alberta New Dcmocratic Party position papcr, Towards a new
Canada: The moderale option, 33A:41-S2

Charter of rights, 29A:1-11

Chi1drcn’s rig1tts,21A:l-9

Epp summary of proposed amdts. tojoint resolution, 41A:1-5

Native rights, 17A:l-3;26A:10-5;28A:1-57;29A:19-26

Newfoundland-Labrador, denominational education systcm,
35Azl-l8

Resolution for a joint addrcss to Her Majesty thc Queen, 29A:12-8

“ApprehendetP/“Imminent”, 4391-3, 96-8

Asselin, Senator Martial (Stadacona)
Amending procedurc, 7:59; 5 25-8; 53:38
Charter of rights, 7:60—1; 54: 2-3
Committee

Report to Housc, deadline, 1:88-9
Subcommittees, 8:27

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

6 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Asselin, Senator Martial—Conz.
Committee-—Conl.
Travel, 1:89
Witnessess, 1:40
Conscription Plebiscite (1942), 52:25-8
Constitution of Canada, 1:40, 69-70, 88-9; 3152-7; 4z92-7; 7:50,
58-61; 8:19, 27, 49-52; l2:22-4; 13331-5, 48-51; 15:26; 2Z:94-5;
23: -8; 24:58; 28:13-7, 24-7, 49-50, 56: 41:54-5; 42:13-6, 24;
43: , 38, 56;45:30-l;46:67, 116-7, 132; 47:16-8, 39-40, 43-4,
66-7, 80-1; 48:72-5, 115-7; 49:76; 52:25-8, 74- , 53:38, 50,55,
62, 79; 5492-3

Constitution of Canada (Special Joint) Committec (1972), 22:94-5
Consultations, 13:32-} .
Fcdcral-provincial relations, 41154-5

Jurisdictions, 23:15-6

Language oi instruction, 8:50-2; 12:22-}; 13:34-5; 23:l7-8

Lcgal rights,46:116-7, 132; 47:39, 44, 66-7, 80-1

Linguistic and cultural rights, 4:92-3; 7:61; 8z49-50; 23:16-7;

48172-5, 115-7: 52:74-6

Monarchy, 53:62

Native rights, 28:13-6, 25-6

Official languages minorities, 12:24; 13:33

Official languages policy/bilingualism, 23:16

Organization meeting, 1:40, 69-70, 88-9

Points of order

Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. lrwin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:40
Motions, presenting in French and English, 47:16-7
Questioning of witnesses. 8:19
Trave1,M. (Mr. Epp), 1:89

Privacy, 46:67

Propcrty rights, 43:56; 45:30-1

Quebec, 7:58; 23:14-5; 28:50; 52:26

Resolution to Quecn, 4:95; 23:16; 42:13-6; 47239-40

Sexual equality, 43:27

Unilateral action, 4:93-7; 13:31-2

Association canadienne-française de l’0ntario, sec
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Association culturelle franco-canadienne de la Saskatchewon, sec
Consultations; Linguistic and cultural riglits;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Association des Gens de l’Air du Québec Inc., sec Air transport

Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians, .ree
Committce—Witnesses; Native rights; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted

Association ot‘ Métis and Non-Status lndiaits of Saskntcliewan, me
Native rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted

Atlantic provinces, 56€ Amending procedure-Vancouvei‘ consensus
(1980)——Victoria formula (1971); Native rights

Atomic wcapons, disarmament, 2510-9

Attikamek-Montagnais Council, see Native rights;
Organizatioits/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Austin, Senator Jack (Vancouver South)
Advertising, 12:l16-8
Amending procedurc, 27:56-9, 97; 41:74-5, 84-5; 51:61-5, 91-2,
101-2; 52:12-3, 58-60; 56:48

Barrett position, 3:76-7

Britain, 50:41-3, 56

Charter ofrights, 3:77-9; 22:119-20; 27:55: 4234-5, 44: 56:47-8
Citizenship, 46:l22

Austin, Scnator Jnck—C‘a;zz.

Committee
Dcadlinc. 23:64
Proceedings, broadcasting, 1:49
Proccedings, procedural delays, 9:48-9
Quorum, 217-1 1, 14
Sittings, 47:29-30
Staff, 56:62-3
Travel, 1:81, 89-90
Witnesses, 12:92, 97: 14:1 16, 123; 172103; 23164-5, 78-81
Conferences, 51:22-7
Constitution of Canada, 1:14-7, 49, 69, 81, 89-90, 97; 2:7-11, 14:
3:45, 75-9; 4:67-8, 97-8, 104; 9:48-9, 101; 12:92, 97, 115-8;
14:ll4-6, 123; 15:29-30; 17:26, 82, 103; 222119-22, 150-2;
23:31-2, 45, 63-6, 75, 78-81; 27:54-9, 96-100,119-21,124-5;
30:26-9; 38:21-3, 72; 40:26-9; 41:74-5, 84-5, 88-90; 42210-5,
34-5, 44-5; 43:37, 51-2;45:15, 19, 28-9; 46113-4, 58-9, 122, 133;
47:29-30;48 6, 49-54, 124; 49:35-6, 57-8, 77-9, 82, 98-9; 50:21,
41-4, 56, 66-7; 1:22-7, 30-1, 38, 43-4, 48-9, 61-5, 84, 91 ,
101-2; 52:12-3, 58-60, 111, 130; 53:87-92; 5459-68; 56:9, 16-20,
40-1, 47-50, 55, 60-3
Constitutional asscmbly, 121117
Courts, 49:35-6
Emergency, public, 49z57-8
Equalization, 49:77-9
Federalism, 30:29
God, 56:49
Laing, the late Senator Arthur, 49198-9
Lapierre, Min, refercnces, 45:28
Legal rights, 22:12l; 46:133; 48:124
Liberal Party, NDP support, 46:l3-4
Linguistic and cultural rights, 222122 ‘
Native rights, 12:77-8; 22:150-1; 27:96-9; 38:21-3; 49198-9; 51:84
Natural rcsourccs, 53:87-92: 54160-4; 56:9
Non-discrimination rights, 222122
Northwest Territories, l2:75-7
Organization meeting, 1:14-7, 49, 69, 81, 89-90, 97;2:7-11, 14
Points of order
Adjournmcnt, M. (Mr. Fraser), 1:69
Agenda and procedure subcommittcc, quorum, 1:14-7
Agenda and procedure subcommittee, traffic subcommittce
referral, M. 17:82
Amdts., opposition prcsentation to Committcc, 4188-90; 42:12-5
Documents, tabling, M. (Mr, Beatty), 3:45
McGrath privilege, 45:15, 19, 28-9
Mcmbcrs rcmarks, 27:119-21, 124-5
Ministcrs, availability to Committee, 4:97-8, 104; 42:10
Ministers, questioning, 46:59
Motions, standing, 43:52
Proccedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:49
Questioning ofwitncsscs,time1imit, 50:66-7
Quorum, official opposition, including, M. (Mr. Bcatty), 2:7-11
Reports to both l-Iouses, draft consideration, in camera meeting,
M. (Mr. S. Robinson), 56:55
Reports t0 both Houscs, (irait considcration, in camera meeting,
staff, 56:61
Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:81, 89-90
Witncsses, appearance before Committee, 12:92, 97
Witnesses/meetings/report dcadlinc, M., 23:31-2, 63-6, 78-81
Proccss, 50:44
Property riglits, 27:54-5; 56:49
Public opinion polls, 23:6 50:43-4
References, 50:67-8; 51:l03
See alro Amending procedure—Progrossivc Conservativc
position; Charter of rights—“Reasonable limits »;
Committcc—Dead1ine»“Quorumw-Witnesses; Native
rightsm-Negotiaiions; Natural resources—“Natural »

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 7

Austin, Senator JackvCont.
Resolution to Queen, 56:17-20
Sonate, 30:28-9; 51:43-4, 48-9
Treaty making po\ver, 4:67-8
War Measures Act, 40:27-9
Western provinces, 54:64-8

Australia, sec Amending procedure-Referendum

Bacon, Mrs. Lise (Canadian Life lnsurancc Association)
Constitution of Canada, 33:96-7

Badcock, Mr. William T. (Legal Counsel, National lndian
Brothcrhood)
Constitution of Canada, 27286-9, 94-5, 106-15

Badgley report, See Abortion

Baines, Ms. Bcverly (Advisory Council on the Status of Women)
Constitution ofCanada, 9:1 35, 138

Baker, Mr. George (L—Gander-Twillingate)
Constitution ol‘ Canada, 35:65-8

Baker, Hon. Walter (PC-Nepean-Carleton)
Organization meeting, 2:12-5
Referenccs, me CommitteekQuorum

Bandera, Mr. Andriy (Council ofNational Ethnocultural
Organizations of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 22:78-8l, 84, 87-94, 99

Batik Act, see Committee—l’roccedings
Barrett, Dztvc (B.C. NDP leader), me Charter of riglits; Resolution

Barry, Dr. Michael (Psychiatrist, Campaign Lifœ-Canada)
Constitution or » Canada, 34:129-30

Bauer, Prof. Gunther (Vice Chairman of German Speaking Alliance
ot » Ottawa and Region, German-Canadian Committee on the
Constitution)

Constitution of Canada, 26:41

Bearchell, Ms. Christine (Canadian Association of Lesbians and Gay
Men)
Constitution ofCanada, 24:24-5, 3l, 36, 39

Beatty, Hon. Perrin (PCwWel1ington-Dufferin-Simcoe)
Abortion, 34:125-7
Advertising, 3:36-7; 38287-8
Age, 7:31
Amending procedure, 7:46; 34150-5; 51:93-101; 52229-32
Britain, legislation, 4:49-51; 30:43; 48:54-7
British North America Act, 32:130
Charter of rights. 7:29-32; 221122-3; 27:69-71; 30:43
Committee
Data, 32:29
Deadline, 8:26; 23:57-S
Proceedings, broadcasting, 1155-62, 73-5
Proccedings,procedura1delays,9:52-5
Quorum, 1:91-4, 97; 229-11
Report to l-Iouse, 1235-6
Subcommittees, 1‘61-2; 7:44-5; 8:25-6
Witnesses, 1134-6; 950-2; 2359-62, 79; 28:53; 30:128-32
Members of Parliamcnt appearing, Flis letter, 1:24
Confcrences, 30:44
Constitution of Canada, 1:16-8, 24, 34-6, 55-62, 73-5, 91-7; 2:9-l 1;
3:20, 34-9, 44-7, 77; 4:44-6, 49-53; 6:4l-4; :29-32, 42-6; 8125-6;
9:50-5: 11:5-6, 32; 12:135-6; 14:106-8; 22:122-5; 23:57-63,
75-80; 27:68-71; 28:53; 29:95, 128-32; 30:43-6; 32:29, 62-7,
129-31; 33:145-7; 34:50-5, 88-91, 125-7, 161-4; 37:29-31;

Beatty, Hon. Perrin-Conl.
Constitution of Canada-Cent,
38z84-8; 43:99, 106, 110-2; 4418-9, 12-5, 30; 45:20, 28; 46:23-30,
56-7, 105-6; 48:54-7; 5 93-101; 5229-32, 37-8: 53:47-8, 60-1,
92-6; 54:17, 23-5; 56:8, 23-8
Constitutional reform, necessity, 32:130
Convention / precedence, 30:43
Freedom ofinformation, 431110-2
House debate, 1:24; 56:25
Lapicrre, Mr., references, 45:28
Linguistic and cultural rights, 6:44; 37:29-31
Monarchy, 4:45; 53z60-l
Natural resources, 53:92-6
Newfoundland-Labrador, 53:47-8
Non-discrimination rights, 22:124-5
Organizatiort meeting, 1:16-8, 24, 34-6, 55-62, 73-5, 91-7; 2:9-1 1
Parliament, “session”, 38:84-7
Points of order
Agenda and procedure subcommittec, quorum, 1:l6-9
Documents, availability to public/prcss, 11:5-6
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. lrwin), and
requesting witnesscs, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:34-6
Documents, tabling, M., 3:39
Meetings, 46:56-7
Adjourning, 29:95
Members, substitutes, 54:23-5
Motion, similar to 1 previously defeated, not in order, 1:74-5
Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr: Epp), 1:57-62
Amdt., 1:55
Questioning of witnesses, 3:20
Quorum, official opposition, including, M., 1291-4, 97; 2:9-1 1
Report, interim, order of referencc ornitting, Committee ceasing
to exist, 1:73-4
Witnesses, appearance before Committee, 7:44-6
Witnesses, Members ot‘ Parliantent and Senators appearing, 1:24
Witnesses/meetings/report deadline, M, (Senator Austin),
23:58-63, 78-9
AmdL, 23:57
Privy Council Office, memorandum, 12:136; 142107; 34:91
Process, 32:63-7
Property rights, 4428-9, 12-5: 45: 0; 46123-30; 56:26-8
Public opinion polis, 3134-9, 46: 23:59; 38:87; 56:25
Quebec, sovereignty association rcferendum, 52:37-8
References, sec Amending procedure-«Referendum;
CommitteewWitnesses, Appearing; Resolution-New
Dcmocratic Party
Resolution to Queen, 4:49-52; 12:135; 14:106-8; 22:123-4; 23:58;
30:43; 34:88; 56:8, 24-5 ‘
Search and scizure, 46:105-6
Supreme Court, 30:45-6; 34189-91
Unilateral action, 6:41-3; 14:l07;33:145-7
Western provinces. 32:131

Bêlisle, Senator Rhéal (Sudbury)
Constitution ofCanada. 10:43-4

Bell, Ms. Monique (Canadian Association of Lesbians and Gay Men)
Constitution of Canada, 24:27-8, 34, 40-1

Benjamin, Mr. Les (NDPwRegina West)
Constitution of Canada, 20:18-20; 30:47-8

Bennett (Hon. William), sec Equalization-Payments
Berger, Thomas, sac Native rights; Non-discrimination rights

Berger, Mr. David, (L-Laurier)
Constitution of Canada, 33:177-9; 34192-3

Bilingualisnt, see Linguistic and cultural rights

Note: Sec page l l’or Dates and Issues

8 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Bill 01′ Rights (1960), See Charter of rights; Propcrty

Bilodeau, Mr. Florent (Director Gcneral, Association culturelle
franco-canadienne de la Saskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada, 129-25

Bird, Senator Florence (Carleton)
Constitution 01’ Canada, 9z54-5, 139-44; 17177-80, 99-101; 24:73-7

Black, Professor William (Member oi Executive Committee, British
Columbia Civil Libcrties Association)
Constitution oi Canada, 221108-28

Blacltburtt, Mr. Derek (NDP-Brant)
Constitution of Canada, 2491-7; 3l:36-9, 50-2, 56

Blaikie, Mr. Bill (NDPwWinnipcg-Birds Hill)
Constitution oi Canada, 1935-8

Blakcney, Hon. Allan E. (Premier of Saskatchcwan)
Constitution of Canada, 30:4-59
Refercnccs, 51:120
See also Amending procedurewRcferendum-«Vancouver
consensus (1980)—Victoria formula (1971); Charter ofrights;
Cotnmittee—Witnesses; Federalism-“Federal state”;
Linguistic and cultural rights; Native rights-Special status;
Natural resourccs; Patriation; Resolution; Supremc
Court-Centralist bias; Unilateral action

Blind, 25:4-6, 18

Bloont, Mr. Casper (Council of Quebcc Minorities)
Constitution of Canada, 839-45, 51

Bockstael, Mr. Robert (LvSt. Boniface; Parliantcntary Secrctary to
Ministet‘ of Transport) ‘
Abortion, 29z38-40; 49zl8-9
Amcnding procedurc, 321126-7
Britain, colonies, 3:84
British North Ameriea Act, 327126
Charter of rights, 32zl27-8
Committee, proceedings, broadcasting, 1:63
Constitution ofCanada, 1:63, 96; 3:83-5;4:101;8:27;9:17-9;
1034-7; 2938-40, 1574;; 32:126-9; 43:22, 47, 96, 120; 48:53,
107-9; 49:18-9; 50z78-9ç 53:66; 54:31
Disabled and handicappcd, 3:85
Equalization paymcnts, 321129
“Everyone”, 43:47
House 0l‘ Commons, 43:96
Languagc of instruction, Manitoba, 53:66
Linguistic and cultural rights, 10:34-7; 32:127; 48:107-9
Mobility rights, 29:157-8
Municipalities, 9:17-9
Native rights, 3:84; 50:79
Organization meeting, 1:63, 96
Point of order, ministers,avai1ahi1ityto Committee, 4: 101
Point of order, procccdings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr.
Epp), 1:63
Social services, 29zl58
Unilatcral action, Clark position, 3:84

Bongart, Prufessor Klaus (Chairman, Gcrman-Canadian Council or »
Kitcltener-Waterloo, German-Canadian Committee on the
Constitution)

Constitution of Canada, 26:40-1, 46-8, 52-4, 57

Borovoy, Mr. Alan (Gencral Counsel, Canadian Civil Libcrties
Association)
Constitution o! » Canada, 7:7, 11-9, 22-32

Basa, Senator Peter (York-Caboto)
Constitution of Canada, 28:27-8

Bouchard, Mr. André (Member ofthc Constitution Reform
Committee, Canadian Chamher of Commerce)
Constitution of Canada, 8:6-8

Boucher, Mrs. Molly (President, Federation of lndependent Schools in

Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 29166-78

Boundaries, see Amending procedure—Referendum, Provincial
boundaries; Fcderal-provincial relations

Bourassa, Robert (former Que. premier), see Committee-—Witncsscs

Braden, Hon. George, MLA (Leader ofthe Elected Members of the
Executivc Committee, Northwest Territories Government)
Constitution ot“ Canada, 12:57-88

Breau, Mr. Hertz (L-Gloucestcr)
Constitution of Canada, 19172-4
Britain
Colonies, former, 3:84
Human rights, see Charter of rights
Kershaw Committee, me below Parliament, Select committee
Legislatîon enabling Canadian constitutional amdL, 14:73-4; 17:29;
19:80; 28:34-5; 35:24; 56231-2
Governor General, delegation of legislative authority, 4:110-l
“Madc in Canada”, 33:129-30; 37:10, 17; 38:35; 50269-70;
54:119; 5626-7, 48
Social Crcdit Party ot » Alberta position, 33:163-4
Obligation to enact, 2136-7,’ 30:31-4; 35:14, 28-30; 37:9; 41 :65-6;
50:35, 38-43, 49-50, 57-9
Chrétien position, 2137-9; 4224-8, 52-3;38:9-11,35-6, 77-8;
50:33, 38—40;52:120-1;55:13-5
Garn, Lord Treft, July 25/79 rcmarks, 2:37; 38:10
Proceeding while question before courts, 15124-5; 35:27
See alro Restitution-Provincial referenee-Supreme Court
reference
Progressive Conservative position, 2:36; 36:23; 55:8
Supremc Court refcrence, Privy Council mcmo re effect of prior
United Kingdom legislation, 4:49-52
Thatcher government position, 38:10; 50231-41, 58, 84; 55:10-l
Consultations, MacGuigan/Roberts visit, 4l:63-5
Federal authorities role, 50:32, 39-40, 83; 55113-4
Quebec National Asscmbly position, 2:41-2
See also Charter cf rights
Parliamcnt
Provincial request l’or legislation, 37:8-11, 16-8
Select Committee on forcign affairs (Kershaw), 14:86, 102-3;
17252-3; 23:51-2, 60; 272142; 34:42, 95; 48:51-9; 49:62;
50:27-8, 34, 41-5, 53-7, 70-3, 76
Alberta Chambcr of Commerce submission, 27:37
National lndian Brotherhood brief, 28:82
See also Amending procedurc–—Victoria formula (1971)
Prime Minister Thatchcr, refercnces, 56:29
See also above Lcgislation
Wadds, Mrs, Jean (Canadian high commissioner), role, 50:39-40
See also Native pcople; Native rights

British bill, see Resolution——Canada Act

British Columbia, me Amending procedure——Victoria formula (1971);
Committee-Travel; Equalization; Linguistic and cultural
rights-Courts and legislaturcs; Minerai rcsources; Native
pcople-lndians-Land claims; Natural rcsources——“0wnership”;
Official languagcs minorities—Francophones outside Que; Senatc

British Columbia Civil Liberties Association, sec
Committee—-Witnesses: Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submitted

Note: See page l for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 9

British North America Act, 8:10; 17:27; 2726-7, 31-2, 152-3;
32:105-6, 126-30, 138; 34:44, 159-60; 35. 6, 24
Section 133 (courts and legislaturcs), ree Ltnguistic and cultural
rights-Courts
See aIra Jurisdictionsw-Provincial; Linguistic and cultural rights;
Native people; Unilateral action-Provinces, Statuts ot »
Westminster

Broadhcnt, Mr. Edward (NDF—Oshawa)
Constitution of Canada, 53172-88, 92-7
Refercnccs, see Natural rcsources; Progressive Conscrvative
PartyMConstitution position

Broadcasting, radio/TV, me Multiculturalism; Official languages
policy/bilingualism

Browne, G.P., see Charter of rights-v-Courts, Parliamcntary
suprcmacy

Buchanan, Hon. John (Premier, Nova Scotia)
Constitution of Canada, 17:26-6l
Rcferenccs, see Amending procedore-Vancouver consensus
(1980), Provincial acccptance; Fedcralism-Defining

Burchell, Ms. Monique (Canadian Committee on Learning
Opportunities for Women)
Constitution of Canada, 24164-6, 72, 77,81

Bureaucracy, sce Administrative abuses

Burns, Mr. P.D. (Dircctor, Canadian Life lnsuranec Association)
Constitution of Canada, 33z87-99

Business, see Comtnitteo-Witnesses; Consultations

Business Council on National Issues, see Amending
procedure-Refcrcndum; Federalism; Linguistic and cultural
rights; Mobility rights-Goods and services;
Organizations/individuals appcaring and briefs submittcd;
Propcrty rights; Unilatcral action; Womem-Non-discrimination
rights

Callaghan, Dr. Elizabeth (Board Member, Coalition for the Protection
of l-Iuman Lite)

Constitution of Canada, 22:26-8

Campaign Lite-Canada, me Charter of rights;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Camphell, Miss Coline (L——South Wcst Nova)
Abortion, 22:41-4; 24:1 11-4; 49:20-l
Amending procedure, 2:32; 17:39-40; 34:28, 31; 38:13; 411123-4;
50:69; 5lz73-5; 521123
Britain, Parliamcnt, select Committee, 50:70-l
Charter of rights, 9rl48-5l; 17:41-3; 29:17-8, 89; 34:29: 38:44-5;
50:70
Childrcn’s rights, 2139-42
Committee
Dealine, 29:88
Staff, 52:55-6
Subcommittces, 8:25-6, 29
Witncsses, 1:45, 76-7
Constitution of Canada, 1:12, 45, 58-9, 76-7, 84; 231-3; 4316-9,
99-100; 5:5; :43-4, 49-5 , 25-6, 29; 9:49, 75, 148-51; 14:26-7,
115; 17 43, 1:39-43; 22. -4, 142; 24:11l-4; 29116-7, 88-90;
30:59; 3 93-6; 33:50-1, S6, 69-73, 97; 34z27-3l; 37:42; 38:13,
44-5; 40:31; 41:22-4, 119, 123-4;43:22-3,47, 51, 70-1, 82-3;
46:44, 53. 61, 97-8; 48180-1, 90, 93-4, 123-4; 49:20-1, 46, 50-1,
62; 50:69-71; 51173-5; 52:55-6, 81-2, 115, 123, 129; 53:96-7
Constitutional asscmbly, 34:29 ‘
Crown liability, 40:31
Denominational/indcpendent schools, 33171-3

Campbell, Miss Coline—Cont.
Economic rights, 29:90
Elections, 43:82-3
“Everyone”, 21:40; 43:47, 51
Labour unions, 4:46-9; 43:70-1
Language of instruction, 33:69-70
Lcgal rights, 14:26-7; 46:53; 48:123-4
Life insurance rates, 33:97
Linguistic and cultural rights, 2:32; 37:42; 48:80-1, 90; 52181-2
Mobility rights, 46:97-8
Native rights, 32:92:56; 33:71
Ncwfoundland-Labrador, 412124
Non-discrimination rights, 29:17; 41:22-4
Organization meeting, 1:12, 45, 58-9, 76-7, 84
Parliament, 2:33
Points of order
Agenda and procedure suhcommittee, M1, 5:5
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. Irwin), and
requcsting witncsses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:45
Meeting, extcnding hours, 30:59
Ministers, availability to Committee, 499-100
Printing 5,000 copies of minutes and evidence, 1:12
Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Epp), 158-9
Questioning of witncsses, 33:50-1
Witnesses
Appearancc before Committee, 7:43-4
Expenses, Committee paying, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:76-7
Scheduling, 33:56
Rcferencefls, 1:83-4; 52:57
Scx, non-discrimination rights, 49:46, 50-1
Unilalcral action, 34z28-9

Canada West Foundation

Confercncc, Ottawa Mayor Marion Dewar appearance, 32z56-7

See also Advertising; Constitutional assembly; Linguistic and
cultural rightæ-Public opinion polls; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submittcd; Public opinion polls; Resolution;
Western provinces

Canadien Abortion Rights Action League, see
Organizations/individuals appcaring and briefs submittcd

Canadian Association for tlte Mentally Retarded, see
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Canadian Association for the Prevention ol‘ Crime, :02 Amcnding
proccdtirc—Refercndum; Legal rights; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submittcd

Cauadian Association of Chicfs ot‘ Police, see Charter of rights;
Cotnmittee-Witnesscs; Legal rightswself-incrimination;
Organizations/individuals appcaring and briefs submittcd

Canadian Association of Crown Counsels, sec Committee-Witnesses;
Consultations; Organizations/individtials appearing and briefs
submittcd

Canadion Association of Lesbians and Gay Men, see Charter of rights;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Canadian Association of Social Workers, ree Committee-—Witnesses:
Organizations/individuals appcaring and briefs submittcd

Canadian Bar Association

Towardr a new Canada, report, 15:5-7, I0-1, 14-7, 23, 31

See :2130 Amcnding procedurc-Refercndum; Charter of
rights; Language of instruction; Native rights;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd;
Propcrty rights; Resolution; Unilateral action——Lcgality

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

10 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Canadian Bar Assaciation-«Newfoundland Branch, see
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd:
Resolution; Unilateral action

Canadian Catholic Schools Trustees’ Association, see Charter of
rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Canadian Chamber of Commerce, see Consultations;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Canadian Citizenship Federation, see Charter of rights;
Committee-Witnesses; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submittcd; Unilateral action

Canadian Civil Liberties Association, sec Capital punishment;
Charter ot‘ rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submittcd .

Canadian Committee on Learning Opportunities for Women, see
Charter of rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submittcd

Canadien Connection, sec Committee—Witnesses;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd;
Process-Puhlic input

Canadian Consultative Council on Multiculturalism, sec
Committee-«Witnesses; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submittcd

Cnnadian Council on Children and Youth, see Charter ot‘ rights;
Children’s rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submittcd

Canadian Council on Social Development, See Organizations/
individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Canadian l-‘ederation ol‘ Civil Liberties and Human Rights
Associations, see Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submittcd; Resolution

Canadian Human Rights Commission, see Non-discrimination rights;
Organizations/individuals nppcaring and briefs submitted

Canadian Jewish Congress, see Charter of rights; Disabled and
handicapped; Linguistic and cultural rights——Courts and
legislaturcs; Native rights: Organizations/individuals appearing
and briefs submittcd

Canadian Life Insurance Association, see Organizations/individuals
appcaring and briefs submitted

Canadiatr Medieal Association, see Abortion

Canadian National Institute for the Blind, sec Organizations/
individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Canadian Polish Congress, see Committee-Witnesses;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Canadian Study of Parliament Group, 33:53, 57

Canadian Unity Information Office, see Public opinion polls;
Quebeowsovereignty association

Canadians for Canada, see Organizations/individuais appearing and
briefs submittcd

Canadians for One Canada, see Organizations/individuals appearing
and briefs submittcd; Resolution

Capital pnnishment, 7:17«8;9:144—5; 14:25-6; 47:75-6
Canadian Civil Liberties Association position, 7:18
Parliament responsibility, 49:13-6, 20-6

Capital punishment-Cont:
Progressive Conservative position. 41:l0l
See also Abortion; Charter of rights

Carlson, Mrs. Nellie (Western Vice President, lndian Rights for
lndian Women)
Constitution of Canada, 17:92-103

Carney, Miss Pat (PC-«Vancouver Centre)
Constitution of Canada, 12:13l-2

Carr, Ms. Betsy (Mcmber of Executive, National Action Committee
on the Status oi Women)
Constitution of Canada, 9:60-l, 67, 71-5

Carter, Bishop Atexander (President, Ontario Confercnce of Catholic
Bishops)
Constitution cl » Canada, 3358-65, 69-70, 74, 81-3

Casgrain, the late Hon, Thérèsc, references, 2:33»4

Chabot, Irène (President, Association culturelle franco-canadienne de
la Saskatcliewan)
Constitution of Canada, 12:7-26

Chafe, Mr. W. Frank (President, Canadian Association for the
Prevention 0l » Crime)
Constitution of Canada, 24:42-3, 58-9

Charitable and educational organizations, tax exempt status, 22:32—3

Charlebois, Ms. Monique (Member of the Steering Committee,
National Association of Women and the Law)
Constitution of Canada, 22:51—5, 63—6, 70-2

Charlie, Mrs. Rose (Board Member. lndian Rights l’or lndian
Women)
Constitution of Canada, 17:83-6, 96-7

Charter of rights, 29Azl-l l; 30:9, 39; 321106; 33:63; 342152-3
Advisory Council on the Status of Women position, 9:124-34,
148-52; 20217-20, 26

Afro-Asian Foundation of Canada position, 32:33

Alberta New Democratic Party position, 331104, 110-1
Amdts., 37:19

Federal position, 2315-6; 4:56

Anglican Church ol‘ Canada position, 33:30-1

Barrett position, 3:77; 9:49

Bill (3-60 of 30th Parliament, comparing, 5:25

Bill of Rights (1960), 11:30; 121126-7; 21:20, 27; 34:60; 37:19-20

See aise beIaw Courts

Blakeney position, 14:82; 20125-6; 30:14-5, 36-9, 56-7; 322109
Britain system. 5:20-2

Britain, Thatcher govcrnment position, 5:7; 501313

Compaign Lire-Canada position, 34:12‘!

Canadian Association ot » Cliiefs of Police position, 14:64, 24
Canadian Association of Lesbians and Gay Men position, 24:35
Canadian Bar Association position, 15:7-10

Canadian Catholic School Trustecs’ Association position, 1926-7
Canadian Citizenship Federation position, 29:51-2

Canadian Civil Liberties Association position, 7:8, 24-7, 106-8:

9:133, 148-50
Canadian Committee on Learning Opportunities for Womcn
position, 24:62

Canadian Council on Children and Youth position, 21:30
Canadian Hnman Rights Commission position, 5:6-8; 5Azl-4
Canadian Jewisli Congress position, 7:8l-4, 101-3, 106
“Chartcr », 31:9

C1yne,J.V.,position, 122100; 13:20; 14:12; 21:27

Coalition for thc Protection of Human Lite position, 22:26

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 11

Charter of rights-Canl. Charter of rights——ConI.

Coilcctive/individual rights, 10:32-8, 44-5; 19:9-13, 17, 20; 20:21; International Covenant on Civil and Political Rigltts. relationsltip,
24:15, 30-2, 51-2; 29:12-3. 83-4; 30:40; 32:88; 33:1 10-1, 114-5; 4:58-60; 5:14; 71111-2; 10:9-10; 11:27-31, 35-8; 15:17-29; 17:60;
34196-7; 35:72, 77 19:6; 21:23, 27; 22153-4; 24:45, 48; 29:62; 31:14; 36: ;41:14-5

See a/so Native rights Landcd immigrants. affecting, 22:10
Common law rights, 7:103-5; 22122-3; 24:105 Legal, drafting/language, 7:96-9, 102-3; 8:34-5, 42; 12: 103; 22:55;
See alro Native rights 32:9

Community/regional standards, 35:44-5 Lcgal opinion, 42:1 1

Consensus. importance, 29:31-6; 3037-8; 32:24 Legislatures best protectors of rights, 22:11; 29:15; 33:110; 34:167-8

Consultations with provinces, Bill C-60 of 30th Parliament, Lyun position, 38:43. 78; 50:36; 51:41, 47-8, 54
comparing, 3:52-4 MacKcnzie King rcmarks, 50:52

Council for Yukon Indians position, 18119-21, 32 McRttcr commission (1968) report, 12:100-l. 126-8; 22zl03

Courts interprcting, 122101-2, 123-4; 14. 3-5, 24-6, 102-3; 15:9, 21, Monarcliy, affccting, 341155-6
28; 1933; 22:11, 63, 122-5‘ 2454-5; 26:33-6, 44-5, 50-1; 27:49, Moral prioritios, rcflccling, 33:13—4
64; 29:10, 20. 29-30, 56-7 0:38, 43; 321116, 133-5; 34:148-50. National Congress of Italian-Canadians (Qucbcc rcgion) position,
167-70; 35:36; 43:17-8; 48:l20; 50:66 23:8-9

Bill of Righxs (1960), comparing, 7:8 New Democratic Party position, 3:27; 27:22
Judges, appointing, 22:14, 19, 22-3, 128; 24:54-5, 106: 29:17-8, See also above Enacting
24; 32:23; 34:118 Nondcrogable rights, 7:10, 109-10; 20:17-20, 26; 22:1 16-7; 32:109;
Parllamentary supremacy doctrine, 5zl8-9; 7:24-6; 11:36, 43-4; 34:30; 38146-7; 42226-33; 43130-4; 49z55-64
14:10-1; 21:26; 22:103-5, 123; 27:26-7, 63; 2925-8, 31-2 Non-discrimination rights, ree Non-discrimination rights
Browne, G:P., position, 7:16-7; 9:43 Northwcst Tcrritorics, affecting, 12:69-70
Tarnopolsky position, 7:30 Nova Scotia position. 17:57-8
Remcdies clause, 5216-7; 7:99-100; 11:33; 15220-1; 21:20; 22:20, Official languagcs, ree Linguistic and cultural rights
107-8, 115 436-7, 44, 50; 29:20; 31:10-2, 19-20; 34296-7; Official Secrets Act, rclationship, 4:84-6; 5:13; 7:32
3838-40; 4 Omissions. 834-5; 9:146-7; l1:35-6; 20:19-20; 22:58; 27:56; 29:81;
Federal position, 36:19 32:9
Stanz decisis, 4lzl9-2l “Opting in” provisions, 13216-7; 50150-1
Supreme Court, 34:1 17-21, 126-8 Otlter countrics, comparing, 11:34; 13:20; 15:27; 17:89; 29:13—4, 56;
See also Native rights; Non-discrimination rights; Women——Non» 32:134
discrimination rights and sec alm below “Rcasonablc limits“ Pepiit-Robarts task force position, 342152
Dcmocratic rights, see Dcmocralic riglits Pitilosopliy, “rights do not comc front govcrntnents”, —’1:78-80; 14:92,
Dicfenbaker position, 17:41-2; 2023-4 95-6; 32:109; 33:7, 24; 4l:8-10; 43:17

Douglas, T.C., position, 37:26 M Preamblc, 33144-6; 40:32; 41:7-12; 42:36-45; 43:13-21
Emergcncy provisions, ree Bmcrgcncy and See below Nonderogablwf” Premiers position. 50:35-6, 50-4. 77; 55:12, 17-9; 56:47-8

rights Frimacy of charter‘, 7:99; 9:1 l4; 19:7; 20:20-1; 21:14; 29:20; 34:126,
Enacting 63, 75-6; 36:21
Moratorium (3 years), 9:71, 131, 138-9, 143-4; 13251-2: 2631-2 Prince Edward Island position, 14:81-2
New Democratic Party propoSa1,49:45-54 Progressive Conscrvative position, 23:54; 41 :96-9; 50:46, 79; 55:9, 17
See also Age; Disablcd and handicapped; Non-discrimination Public attitude, 38:78-9
rights , Public input, 13:12-3; 32:7-8; 34:l49-52
Provincial/municipal rolc, 7160-1; 50:61 Qucbcc lcgislation, 29:57
Enforcement, 10:28, 42-3; 13:30: 15:9; 35:36 “Rcasonablc limits”, 3:14-5, 27-8, 77-8; 4:92; 5:8, 11-4; 7:9-10, 20,
Entrenching aftcr palriation, 27:49, 69-71 24-7, 85-6; 9:45, 129-30, 137, 149-50; 11:32, 38; 13:10-2;
“EntrenchmcnW, 17:89; 33:7, 9-13 14:12-3, 20-1; 21:17; 22:78, 106; 29:20; 30239-40; 32:39; 33:1 10;
Entrenchment by Britain, Russell position, 34:131-6, 144, 147-8, 34:l25; 38:41-5
152, 160-6 Austin position, 22: 1 19-20
Fairweathor position, 9:147-9; 21:24; 24:28-9, 32, 40; 29:l6-7; 32:7; Court intcrpretation of charter. affccting, 5:24; 13:23; 222105;
38:42-5; 4234-6 341122
See alsa belaw « Reasonablc limits”, Criticisms Criticisms, 13:21; 14:10, 54, 59-60, 66; 15:7-8. 18, 22-3; 17:10-1;
Fcdcral position, 50131-3 18:25; 21:6 2:32-3, 38, 53-4, 115; 4:43-6, 51; 25:11-3;
See also above Amdt5.*“CÛUT15 and See also below “Reasonablc 26:48; 27:87; 292125. 148, 152-4; 32:10, 26; 34:78-9
limits » Fairweathcr rcmarks, 15:29
Fundamental freedoms, 11:34; 24:1 1-6; 29:8, 25-6; 32:10; 35:45; Drafting, English/Frcnch versions, 11:33; 38:49
36:11;43:55-62 Fcderal position, 36:11 ‘
Rcstricting, 24:13-4 lrwin amdL, 42:23-36
“Right to lifc », 22:26, 38, 42, 47-8 Linguistic and cultural rights, affccting, 6:27-8
Fundamentaljustice. defiiting, 3:79; 7:20-1. 30-1, 88-9 Mackasey position, 13:18; 14:66
German-Canadian Committee on the Constitution position, National Action Committee on the Status cf Women position,
26:38-40, 50-1 9:58, 63-4
Govcrnment dcpartments, compliancc, 5:25-6 Parliamentary suprcmacy, relationship, 7:9; 29:89
Historical background, past discrimination, 22176-7, 95; 30:7; 32:10; Ruby position, 5723-4
34:118,151;38:11, 23-4 Symbolic importance, 4225-6
Implemcntation, ree below Moratorium Rcsponsibilitics, 29:52; 33zl2-3
International agrccments, reflecting, 517-12; 22:78, 85-6; 31:10, l4; Richardson position, 27:16-7, 31
32:7, 83-4, 128; 4356-8; 462129 St. Laitrcnt position, 37:26

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29973- 2

12 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Charter of rights-Canl.

Saskatchewan l-iuman Rights Commission position, 20:14, 21-2;
30:35, 38; 32:l32

Saskatchewan legislation, 2018-9; 32:l28

Scrutiny clause, 411101

Statutes and regulations, tabling list 01′ those affected, 49:43;
54:92-4

Suprcmacy over statute law, 33:63; 54:91-4

Tarnopolsky position, 72106; 2 . , 38:45

See aIro abovc Courts
Llkrainian Canadian Committee position, 14:53
“Undeclared rights“, 271132
See ais-o Native rightsw-Spccial statns

Union nationale position, 28:34

Vancouver People‘s Law School Socicty position, 32:15

War criminals, effect on prosecution, 2:45; 7:92; 36:12-3; 47:58-9,
62

War Mcasures Act, relationship, 3:28-9; 4:85; 5:13; 7:19, 107-9;
40:27-31; 41:6, 12-3, 16-7; 43:33-4

See also Administrative abuses; Amending
procedurcm-Refcrendum—Testing-—Vancouver consensus
(1980), Opting out; Family; God; Linguistic and cultural
rightswCourts; Mobility rights; Official languagcs
policy/bilingualism; Writs ol’ assistance

Children‘s rights, 21:28-51; 22:66; 26A:1-9; 29:9
Canadian Council on Children and Youth position. 21:28, 32, 36-7,
49
See nlso Sexual orientation; Young olTendcrs

Chincse Canadians, discrimination, 5:12

Chrétien, Hon. Jean (L– St-Maitricc; Ministcr 0l Justice and
Attorney Gcneral and Ministci‘ of Statc for Social Dcvelotimcnt)

Abortion, 46:71; 49118-23
Administrative abuses, 37:21
Advertising, 4:131-2; 38:87-8
Age, 38:79
Air transport, bilingualism po1icy,4:l35-6
Amending procedure, 36:19-20, 37-8; 52:111-3, 118-9

Federal position, 38:24-5; 52:1. 5. 121-8

Interim, 4:15, 61-3, 133-4; 52169-70

Ncwfoundland-Labrador, 3:12-4

Parliamentary approval, 4:65-6

Prince Edward lsland, 3180-3; 4:43

Referendum, 2:23; 3:21-3, 29-31, 50, 74-5; 512118-9; 5337-20,

23-6, 33-6, 53-4
Charter o! » rights, affecting, 3:29-31; 4:56-7, 78; 39:15-6; 52:58
Federal position, 4:15-6; 52113-5, 121-8
Initiating, provinces cxcludcd, 3:61-5; 4:139-41
Rules, 4:8-9, 128-32; 36:20-1. 28-9; 38196-9, 112-3: 39111-4;
53117-20, 23-6
Voting, 4:l6-8, 68-71. 88-92, 127

Sonate veto, 3:26-7; 4:66, 139

Unanimity, 55:11-4

Vancouver consensus (1980), 4: 1 24-5; 38: 14-6; 51:50-4;

52:129-3Û; 55:1 1. 14-5
Victoria formula (1971), 2:32, 44; 3:79-83; 4:36-7, 43-4, 68-72;
36:30; 38:26, 52-5. 73-5; 51152-3, 60-1, 110-1

Wells position, 51 :39, 51

Britain, legislation cnabling Canadian Constitutional amdL, 2:37-9,
42; 3:84; 4:24-8, 32-3, 37-41. 50-3; 38:9-11, 35-6, 77-8; 50138-40;
522120-1; 56:32
Britain, Parliament, 37:8 10, 16-8; 48:52-6; 49:62; 50:41
Capital punishntent, 47 6; 49z23-4
Charter of rights, 2245-6; 3z53-4, 60; 4:56, 59-60, 79, 84-5; 37:25-6;
38:23, 43; 49:47, 53-4, 64, 70; 51:54; 5493-4; 55:12

“Reasonahle limits », 3:15, 27-8, 78-9;36:11; 38142-8

Chrétien, Hon. Jean-Cent.

Charter of rights-Conl.

War criminals, prosecution, 2:45; 36:12-3
War Measures Act, rclationship, 3:28-9; 4:85

Citizertship,46:118-22

Confereitces, 2:25-6, 31, 45; 51:17-8

Constitution of Canada, 2:20-50;3:12-39, 44-50, 53-7, 60-75. 78-85;
4:7-73,76-98, 106-16, 119-4l;36:9-22,28-3 : 7:6-46 8:8-31,
35-9, 42-9. 52-1 13; 3914-25; 4519-12, 34-6; 4 :14, 32, 37-8, 41-3,
51-4, 64, 67-90, 94-100, 103-4. 108-22, 125-7, 131; 47:25-7,
31-5, 41-2, 47, 53-5, 58, 71, 76-8. 84-7, 91; 48:23, 26-8, 31-4, 37,
44-8, 52-6, 70-1, 74-5, 80, 85, 91-4, 103, 108-20; 49:11-2, 18-24,
28-31,40-3,47-56,61-4,70-89,92-7,100;502l1-2,15-7,20,
32-4, 37-41, 79-82, 85-6; 51:14-5, 25-9, 37-9, 50-4, 60-1, 83-4,
110-1, 118-9; 52:13-5, 58, 66-70, 73-8, 81-4, 95, 99-100.111-3,
116-30; 53117-20, 23-6, 33-7, 41-54, 58-70, 77-9, 84-7, 90-2;
54:20-3, 27-30, 33. 44-8, 60, 72-5, 84-7, 93-6, 103-8, 111; 55:7.
11-6. 21-4; 56:8. 13-4, 24, 32-3, 36-7

Consultations, 38z8-9; 50:80

Convention/prccedencc, 4z52-3, 94-5

Courts, 49129-31; 56:33

Deportation,46:1l1-21

Disabled and handicappcd, 3:85; 36:31-2; 37:22-4; 39:17-8; 47:91

Equalization, 2:46; 3223-4; 36:19; 49:72-81

Fcderal position, 4106-9; 50:33

Federal-provincial relations, 3273-4; 4:40-1

Fisheries, 54:75

House debate, closurc, 56:24

lndian Act, 4:10; 54:94

lndians, women, 3:33, 69, 85; 4:14; 49:49-51

lames Bay and Northcrn Quebec Native Claims Settlentent Act,
38:16-7

Judges, 49:52

Jurisdictions, 4:112-5; 37:15«6; 49:28; 50:80-!

Language 01′ instruction, 2:30, 43; 3 7-8, 55, 66-7; 4:1 1, 21-2.
28-31, 60-1, 82; 36:17; 37:31-2; 38:36-9, 82-3, 107-11; 39:23-5;
48:74-5,109-15,118;53:66-7

Legal rights, 4:57-8; 36:11-3, 18-9; 37:24-5; 46:32, 37-8, 41-3, 51-4,
64, 104, 125-7. 131; 47:25-7, 35, 47, 55. 58, 78

Linguistic and cultural rights, 4: 140-1; 36:l5-7

Courts and1cg1s1atures.2:27-30, 43-4, 48; 3:17-8. 55-7, 60-1;
4:22-3, 81-3, 138; 37:27-46;38:79-81,90-3;48:70-1, 91-4.
103; 52173-8, 81-4

Equality principle, 2:43; 4:32

Mackasey, Mr., references, 2:35

Mineral resources, offshore, 53:90-2

Mobility rights, 3:32, 48-9, 66; 4:120-2; 39rl2-3; 4673-90, 94-100

Monarchy, 4:67; 53159-62

Multiculturalism, 36:18; 50:17

Native people, land claims, 38117-8

Native rights, 3:32-4, 68-70, 84′ 4:13-4; 36:18, 32-5; 37:27;
38219-22, 67-71; 48:78; 49:83-9, 92-7, 100; 50:82; 51:29, 83-4;
52:66-8, 115-6; 54:103; 55:12

Natural resources, 2:47, 4:107; 36:35; 38z29-3l, 93-5,103,106-7;
39:4-10; 53:77-9. 84-6; 54:20-3. 27-30, 33, 44-8, 60, 72-3, 84-5

Newfoundland-Labrador, 2:40; 3:7l-2; 433-6; 3856-66; 53:41-9

Non-discrimination rights, 36114-5; 48:28, 31-4

Parliament, 2:33; 38285-7

Passports, 46:74

Patriation, failurc of past attempts, 2:20-1. 38; 39:20-1

Point of order, ministcrs. availability to Committee, 4z97-8

Political belicî, 48:23, 26

Privacy, 46:67-9

Process, 38:26

Property rights, 4:86-7: 37: 1 9-20; 45:9-I2, 34-6

Public opinion poils, 3:34-9, 44-6; 38:87; 50:81_-2

Quebcc, 2:41; 38:1 1-2, 25: 39:20-3; 48:116-7

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA l3

Chrétien, Hon. Jean-«Com.
References, 2:35; 38:65; 4033-5
Sec a/ro Amending procedure-«Rcferendum, Charter of
rightswSenate veto; BritainwLegislation;
Committee—Witnesses, Justice ministcr;
Consultationsv-Provinccs; Disabled and handicapped;
Jurisdictions; Linguistic and cultural rightswCourts and
legislaturcs; Monarchy; Native rights; Newfoundland-
Labrador-Jferms of union; Non-discrimination rights;
Patriation; Process; Property rights; Rcsolution—Amdts.,
Fcderal position; Unilatcral action
Regulations, 49:40-3
Resolution to Queen, 2:20-1; 37:17
Amdts., 2:47; 4:106—7; 3610-21, 35; 39:67; 46:14; 47:71, 84-7,
91; 50:20; 51:26, 53-4; 52:76; 53:47-8, 64
Drafting, 47131-3, 41-2, 53
Fcderal position, reference to courts, 54z85-7
Form of final presentation, 56:8
Legal opinions, 4:50-2
New Democratic Party position, 3875-6
“Newfoundland », 54:l04
Ryan position, 38:25
Supretne Court rcfcrcnce, 4:95
Titlc, 37:7-8; 55:21-4; 56:l3-4
Retirement, 4:1 19-20
Royal Canadian Mountcd Policc,46:109
Sonate, 3:25; 4:25, 95; 36:38; 38:l00: 52:95, 99-100; 53:51, 67
Sexual orientation, 39:17
Taxation, 38:102
Treaty making power, 4:68
Uuilateral action, 4138-9, 76-7, 93-7, 106-10; 37: 1 1-5; 50:82;
55:12-û
Clark position, 38:12-4
Unilateral declaration of indepcndence, 2:31
Women, 4:5S-6

Christinson, Dr. Carole (Afro-Asian Foundation ol‘ Canada)
Constitution ofCanada, 32t32-42

Church of Jesus Christ ot“ Lutter Day Saints, 29:13
Sen also Abortion; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submittcd; Resolution

Churches, taxation/scparation front state, 29:15, 73-4, 91-2
See alro Native rights

Citizeitsltip, 2955-9; 43:1 17-9
See also Deportation; Language ot » instruction; Mobility

rightswEmployment
Clark, Rt. lion. Charles Joseph, references, see Quebee-Solidarity
petition; Unilateral action

Clnrke, Mr. Alan (Tlie Canadian Conneetion)
Constitution of Canada, 32167-71

Closure, sec l-iousc debate

Club Media of Cannda, sec Committee—Witnesses;
OrganiZations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd;
Press/ Mcdia

Clyne, Hon. J.V. (Counsel, Canada West Foundation)
Constitution 01’ Canada, 12:l00-3, 109-10, 118, 124-36
Relercnces, sec Charter of rights; Resolution

Coalition for tlie Protection of I-[urnan Life, ses Abortion; Charter of
rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Coalition of Provincial Organizalions for the I-Ianclicappetl, sec
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Cohen, Mr. Andrew (Executive Director, Canadian Council on
Children and Youth)
Constitution of Canada, 2l:28-30, 34-7, 41-2, 45-51

Cohen, Mr. Max (Cliairman, Selected Committee on the Constitution
of Canada of the Canadian Jewish Congress; Professor, McGill
University)

Constitution ofCanada, 7:81-9l, 99-113; 3456-100

Referenccs, 50:47

See aIro Amending procedurewReferendum, Initiating;

Committee-Staff; Federal-provincial rclations—1mproving;
Linguistic and cultural riglits; Patriation; ProcessnDelaying;
Unilateral action

Collective bargaining, rea l-Iouse o! » Commons

Commanda, Mr. William (Algonquin Council)
Constitution of Canada, 31:7, 21

Commissioner ol’ Official Languages, see Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submittcd

Committee
Agenda and procedure subcommittee (stccring Committee), me
Procedure and decisions ol’ the Chair
Data, analysing, Library or‘ Parliament collation, etc., 23:67-8:
24:59-60
Deadline, Dec.9/80,1:81-8;4:53-4;l7:51-2,62-3;29z88-9
Epp proposa! (Feb. 6/81), 7:37, 47; 8:28-9; :28, 42-3
Amdt, (Mr. Epp), 9:29, agreed to, 4
M., 9156-7, negatived on recorded division, 4-5
Fedcration of Canadian Municipalities position, 9:22-5
Liberal position, 9:32, 53
New Democratic Party position 9:32, 47
Pinard position, 1:36; 8:26; 9:2 -8, 33-4
Senator Perrcault position, 1:35-6; 7:44
Witnesses appearance affecting, 727-8, 32-46; 9229-57
Feb. 10/81, extension, 8:27
Feb, 13/81, extension, 53:4
Deadline, extending, Austin proposal, 23:43, 51-2, 55, 57, 61, 64
Electronic communications, 5:5
Joint-chairmen, congratulatory remarks re, 35:78, 81
“Master ot” its own proceedings”. 1:33, 69; 9:53; 44:30
Members, congratulatory remarks ra, 3579-82
Members, native representation, 31:12
Proceedings
Allocation of time to each party, 42:33
Bank Act debate, comparing, 9:45
Broadcasting, 1:58-66; 2:14
Authorization, Committee responsible, Pinard Oct, 24/80
remarks, 1251-2, 70-3
Authorization, House responsible, 1:71
Sauvé ruling, l:74-6, 86-7
New Democratic Party position, 1:50
Progressive Conservative position, 1:48
Publicity seekers, danger, 1:49-5l, 60, 63-5
Sauvé Aug. 13/80 lctter to D. Smith, 1249-54, 71-3
Sonate policy, etc., 1156-7, 63
Television lighting and temperature discomforts, 1:63-5
Trudeau position, 1:47-51
See also Procedure and decisions of the Chair
Members of Parliament participation, 50:78
Procedural dclays, Goldenberg accusation, 939-44, 52-5
Procedural delays, National Action Committee on the Status of
Women position, 9:49-50, 54
Quorum, 1:91-7; 2:7-11
Austin proposal re delay in proceedings, 2:7-11
House leaders discussing, W. Baker remarks, 2:1 1-5
lrwin position, 1:93

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14 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Committee-Coin. Committee-Cent,
Recommcndations, enlorcing, 3 1 :91 -2 Witnesses——Conl.
Report to House Parti Québécois, difficulties, 1:42
In sautera/open meeting, 56252-8 Perreault (Oct. 27/80) remarks, 1:32
Interim, 1256-7, 71-4, 93 Pinard remarks, 1:32-ô
Minority TCPOTL 56:56 Premiers/opposition leaders appearlng, Epp correspondence,
SÎÜÎHESi 1033301 23132» 53 roferring 1o traifio subcommittee,etc.,28:51-5
Ï-Îbcral/NDP aëreemem- 4799-30 Progressive Conservativc position, 9:51
51a“ Queboc representation lacking, 23:66, 70-2
C0119″ 19mm“ ° » F99 2/81 W015i? » MP071; 521554 Ryan, Claude (Que. liberal leader), appearance, requesting,
Congratulatory remarks re, 30:60; 35:78, 81-2; 56:61-4 23:50.5
Justice Department olTicials, 56:62-3 Time rcstricüons, 23;49.51«_27;45_7
Stat1stics,_23:49, 59; 32:29, 52, 59-62, 116-7; 35:78; 56:55 Tmdeau appearance, 50:47
sub°°mmmc°s= 156929 83259 Vancouver People‘s Law School Society appearance, 32:6-7
T_î°]d°‘(‘b_°ï,g W-“Eîsää 2543i?” 9 See alm Procedure and tlecisions of the Chair; Unilateral
iicresricionsN: -; :- -_, -‘
Travel, 1:78-91;32:8, 100, 148 3mm » F°d »a1p°5‘ »° »
British Columbia position, 1:89-90 Common law, see Charter of rights

Liberal position, 1:83

Mackasey posmor“ 1.3790 Communications,jurisdietion, 322102

Witnesses « u n . . , _ . . _

Alro-Asian Foundation ol Canada appearance, 32234-6 Confederanon’ compact ’ 17’“ 8′ 2729’ 62 3’ 352i 3

Alberta Chamber of Commerce appearance, 27:47 Connolly, Senator John J. (Ottawa Wcst)

Alberta Chamber of Commercc/Nuu-Cliali-Nulth Council, Abortion, 22:47-8

briefs, comparing, 271143-4 Amending procedure, 3:26-7; 39: 10-1; 52:26; 53:43

Alberta government absence, 331102, 156 Charter of rights, 34:96; 38:48; 41:19-2l

Algonquin Council appearance. 31:6 Constitution or Canada, 1:21, 25-6, 44-5; 240-2, 5o; 3:19, 24-7;
Appearances/briefs. deadlines, Austin proposal, 2331-40, 44, 524, 5:6-8; 14:21-3, 50; 19:16-8, 21, 38-41; 22:46-8; 25:18-9;

60, 65, 77-80 _ __ 27:144-6’ 3495-7; 3 . 8; 39110-1; 4l:17-21; 46z43-4; 48:18;
.Advertis1ng,S. ROÎZÏIHSOH position, 23276-80 51:39; 52:23; 53;43; 559.10

-Assoc1at1on of iroquois and Allied Indians appearance, 31:43 Denominationalfindcpcndcn, schoois‘ 1946.3

Blakmey apl’ea »ancei 3:56’ 504 _ _ Disabled and handicapped, 25:18-9

Bourassa, Robert (former Que, premier), appearance, requesting, Legal rights, 14,224; 46,434

n”? 2815” _, . . ,, Native rights, 27:144—6
Mackasev remarks, facetious/frivolous ,28:54-7 Non_discriminaüon righm 41.179

308917-‘9’ 14:9″? . . , . . Organization meeting, 1:21, 25-6, 44-5

»Br1t1sh Columbia Civil Liberties Association appearance, 222119 Patriaüon 19,40

Business and labour representation lacking, 33.90 Point m. order, Wimfisfi‘ 125%

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police/Canadian Association
of Crown Counscls, joint appearance, 14216-7
Canadian Association of Social Workers appearance, 29:l51-2

Provinces, entry into Confederation, 14:50
Resolution to Queen, drafting, 2:50
Social services, 19:38-4O

Canadian Citizenship l-‘ederation appearance, 29:54, 57,61 , . _
Canadian Connccüon appcamnœ” 32.504 Supreme Court, Bill C-60 of 30th Parliament, 324-5
32
– t u – ‘ v ‘ ‘ d 2 :38-49
135%, H942 Constitution ofCana a, 9
Canadian Polish Congress appearance, 9:120-3 Conscription Plebiscite (1942), 52225-8
Club Media of Canada appearance, 24:7-9, 19-20 See a/so Amending procedure—Referendum, Voting

Constitution committee (1972), comparing, 1:40
\ Denominational Éducation Coinmittees ol‘ Newfoundland
appearance, 35:49-5O

Consensus, 27:l06-7; 3026-9, 17-8; 34:18, 21-2, 106-7; 35242-3
Blakcney position, 3058-9

‘ Devine, Grant (Sask. PC leader), appearance, requcsting, 28:51-} New DCTÛCTQÜC Pari)’ 1303111011» 503304
Expcnses, Committee paying, 1:76-7 Progressive Conservative position, 55:7-9 _ ‘ I _
Expert, l2z89-97, 125-6; 142117-9, 124-5; 17:82; 27:73 See also Amending proccdure; Charter of rights; l-ederal-provincial
Austin proposal, 23:35, 38-41, 44, 47, 50, 60-4, 66-7, 72, 80 conferences; Patriation; Premiers; Pr0CCSS-—Pl1bi1C input
LaFmeSt appearance’ 345-7 Constitution comniittee (1972), 22z82-4, 91, 94-6

Qualifications, 24:49; 35:13

See also Cohen; LaPorest; Rémillard; Russell; Scott s“ a,” C°m‘“m°° »witm5se5

Ëîägfiâîgäçtÿgfeÿgäÿêääâi1332156 7 Constitution Committee (1978), see Multiculturalisni-wlîntrcnching
Justice Minister Chrétien appearance, 2:16 Constitutional ossembly, 9:9, 13-7; 22:62, 66, 69-70; 32:8, 26-7, 55;
Members or Parliament appearing, Flis letter, 1:24 3429; 3542.3; 41309.10; 5l:l6-7

MÎUÎSŒTS aimearanccs, 42110 Anglican Church oi Canada position, 33:23-32, 39-40

National lndian Brotherhood appearance, 16:30; 17:25-6; 27:89 canada west Formulation pmposal, 12:99, 117, 121-3, 129
Native people appcaring, 1:32, 42: 142116, 119-22; 15129-30;

17;1o3.4;27;39.9o;34;35 Constitutional reform 322102, 129-33, 141; 34:60-]
New Brunswick Human Rights Commission appearance, 11:37-8 Rêmillard POSÎÜOH, 3546-7

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 15

Consultations, 34:17; 35:19
Anglican Church of Canada position, 33:29
Association culturelle franco-canadienne de la Saskatchewan,
12:l2-3

Canadian Association ot‘ Crown Counsels, 14:16

Chamber cl‘ Commerce position, 8:11-2

Francophones outsidc Quo, 13132-3

Minority groups, 14:62

National Action Committee on the Status of Women position, 9:63
Native people, 16:6: 33:11-2, 20-1, 162, 169-71

Privatc sector/business community, 33:151-2

Provinces, 41106; 14:74; 30z39-4l; 33:89; 34:78

Chrétien position, 38:8-9; 50:80
See also Amcnding procedure; Natural rcsources-«Broadbent;
Unilatcral action
Public involvemcnt, Lapierre remarks, 1:85; 13:50
See alw Amending proccdure; Charter of rights

Convention/precedence, 2:37-9; 4152-3, 94-5; 12:135: 14:i0l-3;
15324-5; 17148-9, 57; 21:43; 27:69, 142; 305-6, 31-4;34:8,11-4,
22, 31-5,’38-44, 47-50, 71-2, 82-4; 35226-7, 36-7, 41; 5242-3;
5618-9

Couper, Mr. Philip (Vice President, Coalition for the Protection of
Human Lite)
Constitution of Canada, 22:31-3, 38-44, 47-9

Copp, Professor David (Vice President. British Columbia Civil
Liberties Association)
Constitution of Canada, 22:103-8, 112-24

Corbin, Mr. Eyntard (L—Madawaska-Victoria)

Abortion, 29:49

Amending procedure,4:61-3;19;61;51:l09,123-4;52:114-8;
53:2l-2. 28-9, 37; 54:98-9

British North Amcrica Act, 34:160

Charter of rights, 13:51-2; 42:24: 54:91

Committee

Procccdings, broadcasting, 1164-5
Report to l-Iousc, 1256-7
Witnesses, 1137-8; 28:56

Confercnccs, 51:22-3

Consensus, 34:17

Constitution oi‘ Canada, 1:1 1, 14, 18-9, 37-8, 56-7, 64-7; 3:15-8;
4160-3, 100; 7:49; 8:38 49‘ 9:28; 10:30, 44; 12:18-21; 13:19, 26,
37-41,51-2;19:6l-3;22. ; 28:52, 56; 29:49, 74-5,160-1;
30:49-52; 33:76-7, 101, 111-3; 34:15-8, 157-61; 3538-40;
37:43-4; 38z35-9, 110-1; 41:41-3, 93; 42:24; 43:24, 52, 67, 84, 90;
44:6; 47:12, 59-60, 80, 88; 48:60, 69-70, 81-3, 95-6,121,125;
49:62, 71-2, 85, 94; 50:l4—7; 51222-3, 27, 109, 123-4; 52169-73,
114-8; 53:21-2, 28-9, 37, 66, 69, 78-9; 54:91, 96-101,110;
5519-20; 56:17

Convention/precedcnce, 34115-8

Denominational/indcpendent schools, 29274-5

Equality rights, 47:88

Fraser. Mr., refercnces, 52:70

Freedom of association, 43:67

House of Commons, 43:90

Language of instruction, 3116-8; 4160-1; 30150-2; 33176-7; 3836-9,
110-1; 41:41-3: 48:95-6

Lcgal rights, 47:59-60

Linguistic and cultural rights, 1220 1; 13:37-41;19:62-3;29:160-1;
30:52; 34:l57-61; 35138-40; 37z43-4; 48:60, 69-70, 81-3;
52:69-73; 54z97-8

Monarchy, 53:66

Multiculturaiism, 50:14-7

Natural resourccs, 53:78

Official languages po1icy,Sask., 12:18-9

Organization meeting, 1:1 1, 14, 18-9, 37-8, 56-7, 64-7

Corbin, Mr. Eymard-Jlont.

Points of order
Agenda and procedure subcommittee, quorum, 1:14. 18
Documents, appending to minutes and evidence, 33:1 l1

M., 332113
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. lrwin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1237-8
Meetings, seating, etc,, acceptability, 1:67; 2:18
Members, substitutcs, 43:24
Ministers availability to Committee, 4:10O
Printing 5,000 copies of minutes and evidcnce, M. (Mr, Irwin),
1:1 1
Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Epp), l:64-5
Report, interim, order of reicrence omitting, Committee ceasing
to exist, 1:56-7

Witncsses, hcaring immediately, 13:19

Refcrcnces, see Language of instruction

Resolution t0 Queen, amdts., 43:84; 54: 101-2, 110; 55:20

Sonate, 53:66

Corkery, Ms. Mary (Co-ordinator, Canadian Committee on Learning
Opportunities for Women)
Constitution of Canada, 24:60-2, 66-82

Cornelius, Mr. Charles (President, Association of Iroquois and Allied
indians)
Constitution of Canada, 31243-7, 50-6

Côté, Mrs. Eva (Lm-Rimouski)
Constitution oi Canada, 21149-51; 22:92-}

Cotier, Professor lrwin (Canadian Jewish Congrcss)
Constitution ofCanada, 7:80-1, 93-103, 109-12

Council for Yukon Indians, see Charter of rights; Native rights;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted;
Yukon%Governmcnt-«Legislative assembly

Council of National Ethnocultural Organizations of Canada, see
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Council of Quebec Minorities, xee Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submittcd

Council 01’ the provinces, Alberta New Dcmocratic Party proposal for
proportional reprcsentation, 33:104-8, 124-6
Yukon and N.W,T., aiTecling, 332122-3

Courts
Bilingualistn, see Linguistic and cultural rights
lnterpreting constitution, 5632-3
See aLro Amending procedure—Refcrendutn; Charter 01 rights;

Language of instruction-“Whcre numbers warrant »;
Resolutiom-Postponing

Lcgislative powcrs, 49:28-9, 33-6

See also Abortion; Rcsolution—–Provincial referencewsupreme

Court referencc

Cox, Mr. William (Presidcnt, Canadian Bar Association)
Constitution of Canada, 15:4-5

Crandall, Mrs. Esther (President, Club Media of Canada)
Constitution et“ Canada, 24:7-2O
Criminal convictions, former, non-discrimination rights, 22:1_25-6

Crispo, Professor John (Co-ordinator Consultant, Canadians for
Canada)
Constitution ot‘ Canada, 34:104-l2, 115

Crombie, Hon. David (PCwRosedale)
Abortion, 7:17; 9:144-5; 43:45-6, 49-50; 49:17-8, 21-3

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I6 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Crombie, Hon. David——C0ItI.
:93

Britain, 50:57-60
Capital punishment, 7717-8; 9:144-5
Charter of rights, 2:45; 52 178-80; 5122-5‘ 7116-8, 23-5;
9:146-8;33:24;34:147 .32;41:7-11;4 . : 1
Committee
Proceedings, broadcasting, 1:65-6
Proccedings, procedural dclays, 9:41-4
Witnesses, 9: 1 20-3; 3234-6
Confcrenccs, 17:59
Consensus, 35:42
Constitution of Canada, 1:28, 34, 62, 65-6, 76; 2:42-6; 3:45—6;
4:6-l0, 75-80, 101-2, 116, 121-2, 139-41; 5:22- , -7; 7:16-8,
23-5; 9:19-2l, 35, 41-4, 100-1, 120-2, 144-8; 16:2 , 17:59;
19141-3, 74-8; 32:34-8, 67-8; 33:21-4, 53-7, 78-80, 174-6;
34:46-9, 67-72, 147-9; 35:41-5, 69-70; 37:47; 40232-3; 4117-1 1;
43115-21, 29-31, 38-9, 44-6, 49-50, 55-61; 46217-8, 38-43, 64-6,
78-81, 93-4, 120-1, 132-3; 4 . -5, 49-50, 90-1; 48:60-6, 71, 80,
85-8; 49:1 1, 17-8, 21-3, 33-5, 8-9, 56-7, 61-4, 70-4, 81;
50:57-6l: 51187-93; 52:55, 60-5, 68, 78-82
Constitutional assembly, 33:23
Convention/prccedence, 3447-9; 35:42
Courts, 49:33-5
Deportation, 46: 1 20-1
Disabled and handicappcd, 37:47; 47190-1
Emergency, public, 4956-7, 61, 64
Eqttalizalion, 2:46; 49:70-4, 81 ‘
“Everyone », 43145-6
Family, 40z32-3; 43:57-61
Indian Act, 4:9-1O
Language ol‘ instruction, 3254-5; 6:34-7
Legal rights, 46138-43, 132-3; 47149-50
Linguistic and cultural rights, 2:42-4; 3:S5-7; 4:139-41; 6:33; 9:21;
l9:74-8; 33z78-80; 4850-6, 71, 80, 85-8; 52178-82
Mobility rights, 5:22-3 6178-81, 94
Municipalities, 9:19-20
Native rights, 9:l46;16:28-9;33:176
Natural resources, pricing, 33:175
Non-discrimination rights, 3236-8
Organization meeting, 1:28, 34, 62, 65-6, 76
Points of order
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M, (Mr. lrwin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:28
Documents, tabling, M. (Mr. Beatty), 3:45—6
Ministers,avai1abilityto Committee, 4:10l-2
Proceedings, postponing, 47:12-5
Procccdings, radio and TV broadcasting, 1:28
M. (Mr. Epp), tes-e
Questioning or » witnesses, 37:47
Witnesses, schedu1ing,33:53-7
Privacy, 46264-6
Process, 3267-8; 33:21-2, 176; 34:67-70; 35:42; 5059-60
Property rights, 41:l0-1; 43:56-61; 46:17-8
Publie opinion polis, 3:45—6
Quebec, sovereignty association rcferendum, 33:22
Refercnces, 52:65-6 ‘
See 121m Linguistic and cultural rights
Resolution to Qucen, amdts., 43:21
Sexual equality, 43:29
Sexual orientation, 5:24-5
Social services, l9:41-3
Unilatcral action, 4:75-7; 34:70; 35:41

, 77-8; 92100-1; 17:59; 51287-93; 5260-5,

Crown liability, 40:31

Cruickshank, Mr. David (Vice President, Canadian Council on
Children and Youth)
Constitution oFCanada, 2130-3, 37-49

Cuthand, Mr. Douglas (First Vice President, Federation of
Saskatchewan lndians)
Constitution of Canada, 292116-7

Cyr, Mr. Donald (Director General, La Fédération des Francophones
Hors Québec Inc.)
Constitution of Canada, 13239-40

Daniels, Mr. Harry (President, Native Council of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 17:105-33

Dantzcr, Mr. Vince (PC-mOkanagan North)
Constitution of Canada, 24:77-8, 115-6; 27:71, 134-5
References, sec Abortion

Davidson, Mrs. Diana (President, Vancouver People’s Law School
Society) :
Constitution of Canada, 325-28

Davis, l-Ion. William (Premier ot‘ Ontario), see Amcnding
procedurc——Rcferendum; Linguistic and cultural rightsm-Courts {
and legislatures, Ontario; Resolution

Deaf, hearing/spcech impaired, 47:84-8

de Bellefettille, Dr. Paul (Associate Professor ot‘ Pediatrics, University
of Ottawa, Alliance for Life)
Constitution of Canada, 2937-8, 42-9

Decore, Mr. Lowrence (Cliairman, Canadian Consultative Cottncil on
Multiculturalism)
Constitution ol‘ Canada, 29:122-45

de Corneille, Mr. Roland (L-Eglinton-Lawrence)
Constitution of Canada, 2298-9

de Jong, Mr. Simon (NDlL-Regina East)
Constitution of Canada, 8:39-43; 29123-4; 30:58

Denlocratic rights, 7:87; 91131; 22:21; 32:1 1-2
“Legislative assembly“, native people, affecting, 27:86
See also Elections

Denominational Éducation Connnittees of Newfoundland, sec
Committec-wwitnesses; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submittcd; Unilateral action

Denorninational/independent schools, 19:6-24; 29:66-77; 30215-6;
311145:34:96, 156

Manitoba, “value schools”, 19:11; 33:74

Ontario Confcrcnce of Catholic Bishops position, 3359-60, 65-9,
75-7, 81-3

See also Amending proccdure—Referendum; Freedom of religion;
Newfoundland-Labrador; Non-discrimination rights

Deportation, 46:110—8, 123-4
Citizcnship, rclationship, 462118-23
New Democratic Party position, 46:1 13-4
Progressive Conservative position, 41:98

Derksen, Mr. Jîm (National Co-ordinator, Coalition of Provincial
Organizations l’or the Handicapped)
Constitution 01″ Canada, 1233-43

Desantis, Miss Rita (Spokesperson, National Congress of Italian-

Canadians (Quebec Rcgion))
Constitution of Canada, 23:8-24

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 17

Deschamps, Rev. Guy (French-English Relations Oiticer, United
Chureh of Canada)
Constitution ot” Canada, 29:79-80, 87-9

DeVeber, Dr. Barry (Coalition for the Protection of Human Lile)
Constitution on » Canada, 2228-31, 34-6, 39-49

Devine, Mr. Grant (Leader, Progressive Cotiservative Party of
Saskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada, 322100-48
Rcfercnces, sec Committee-«Witnosses

Dewar, Mrs. Marion (The Canadian Connection)
Constitution of Canada, 32:47-75
References, me Canada West Foundationm-Confercitce

Diefenbaker, the latc Rt. Hon. 1G,, references, ree (îharter of rights;
Native people—Voting; Patriation-Failure oi past attempts

Dinsdale, H01L Walter (PC-wBratidott-Souris)
Constitution ofCanada, 10:1 l-3; 12:32-4

Dionne, Mr. M.A. (L-Northutnborland-Miramichi)
Constitution of Canada, 35z47-8; 54z79-80

Disabled and handicapped
Chrétien position, 25:10; 37:21-Li, 27-8, 47; 39116-8
Defining, 25:10, l4
Discrimination, housing, cmployment, etcz, l0z8-9, 12-4, 16-20;
12:35-7, 41
International Year of Disabled Persans 1981, 10:10; 1230-2
Legislation,10:18-20; llz4l-2;12:39–40;25:8—l0, 15-7
Mentally retardcd, imprisonttietit withont due process, 10:14—6
New Demoeratic Party position, 47:91-Z
Non-discritninntiott rights, 3:85; 518-‘), 17; l0:7-l2; l lz4l-2;
12126-43; 19:49; 20119-20, 24; 2526-19; 32:21; 3630-2; 48:45
Canadian Jcwish Congress position, 12127-8
MacGuigan remarks, 25:7-10
Moratorium, 49:45. 53
Progressive Conservative position, 41:99; 4218-9; 47190-2
Public buildings, acccss, 12:40
See also Blind; Deai

Disabled and Handicapped (Special Joint) Committee, heariitgs.
interim report, 10:7, 11-4, 18; l2:26-7, 32—6,42

Disarntanient, ree Atomic weapons

Discrimination, see Chinese Canadians; Disabled and liandicapped;
German Canadians; Japanese Canadians; Ku Klux Klan; Native:
people; Non-discrimination rights

Division ol‘ powers, see Jurisdictions
Divisions recorded, See Rcsolutiovw-Cnnstitution Act (1980)

Divisive aspects, Me Amending proccdure-«Refereitdum; Patriation;
Resolution; Unilateral action

Dominion Plehiscite Act (1942), me Conscription Plebiscite (1942)

Donahoe, Senutor Richard A. (l-ialifax)
Constitution ofCanada, 25:15

Doran, Ms. Claire (Political adviscr, Association culturelle franco-
canadienne de la Saskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada. 1214-23

Dougherty, Ms. Joan (Cltairman, Protestant School Board of Grcatcr
Montrcal)
Constitution of Canada, 1l:7-24

Douglas, T,C., see Charter of rights

Driscoll, Mr. Fred (Minister of Éducation, Prince Edward Island)
Constitution 0l Canada, 142104

Drugs, trafficking, 47:65-7
Drury report, See Northwest Territorics

Duality/two nations, 12:1 1, 17-8, 21-2, 26; 13:27, 30, 50; 2278-82,
92-3, 97; 26257-8; 2735-6; 28:31; 35:17, 31-3
Native people position, 29H02; 31:59
See also Quebec -“Nation“
Duclos, Mr. Louis (Lw-lviontmorency; Parliamcntary Scorctary to
Minister ofljxtcrtial Affairs)
Constitution of Canada, 4118-21, 132-6; 38177-80
Refercnees, ra’ Languagc of instruction; linguistic and cultural
rights- Courts

Dumoucltel, Miss Nicole (Board Member, Canadian Council on Social
Developmetit)
Constitution of Canada, 1928-31, 34, 37, 41

Dunn, Mr. William F. (Chairman of the Exocutive Committee,
Canadian Cliamber of Commerce)
Constitution ol‘ Canada, 8:4-5

Duplê, Ms. Nicole (Advisory Council ot the Status of Women)
Constitution ot Canada, 9:141-6

Dupuis, Ms. Renée (Legal Counscl, Attikamek-Montagnais Council)
Constitution of Canada, 2826-7

Durocher, Mr. Jim (Provincial ‘Freasttrer, Association of Métis and
Non-Status lndians of Saskatchctvaxi)
Constitution ol’ Canada, 221134

Duroclier, Rev. Father Raymond (Expert Rescarclzer, Ontario
Cotifercttce oi Catholic Bisltops)
Constitution of Canada, 33165-8, 71-2, 75-6

Duthler, Mr. Gary (Director, Fedcration of lndcpendcnt Schools in
Canada)
Constitution ol‘ Canada, 29270-6

Elberts, Ms. Mary (Lcgal Counsel, Advisory Council on the Status of
Women)
Constitution of Canada, 9125-52

Ficonotnic Rights, 29320-1, 24-33, 85,90
Economic union, federal primacy, 8:6-7, 21-2

Econumy
Newfottndland contribution, 9180-1
Sec alro Process— »l‘imetable; Unilaleral action

Éducation

Adult, access, 24:6l-82

Curriculum proposais, 1 1122-3

Equalization grants, 11:!5-6, 25-6

Jurisdiction, 38:1 l l

Official languages policy, second and tninority language, 1 119-10,

l3;19:79-80;27:53
Penetaitguishcne, Ont., Frcnch ltigh SCl100l, 4:29-30; 13:29;
39z24-5

Quebec aitglophoties, 11:16; 23:14
Sec a/ro Laitguage of instruction

See alro Denominational/indopcndetit scltools; Native pcople;

Scxuztl orientation

Elections, 3:80-90
Voting, me Native people

Electricity, 50e Natural resources-m-Irlydro——’l‘axation

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

18 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Elton, Mr. David (Research Director, Canada West Foundation)
Constitution ofCanada, 121106-8, 121-3, 128-32

Emergency, public, deelaration by Parliament, 7:87, 100-3, 109-10;
8:34; 9:130; 11130-1, 38-9; 22:53, 106, 120-1; 40:27-9; 49:55-64

Employment, sec Disabled and handicapped

Energy policy, 34z73-4, 103
Constitutional change, relationship, 331148-50; 34:102-3, 109-11

Environment, 24:9l-5; 26:30; 32:11; 49:65-71

EPP. Hon. Jake (PC-Provencltet‘)
Abortion, 22:45-6; 29:11; 33:73-4; 4l:10l; 43:43-4, 52
Affirmative action, 48:40-l
Alberta, government constitution paper, 33zll2
Amending proccdure, l4:144; 16:20; 17:34; 20:19; 27:l22; 30:18-21;
33:180;52:119-21
Interim, 51:30; 52:109′
Referendum, 27:24-5; 38:95-7; 4l:95-6; 52:125-8; 53:22-5, 33
Toronto formula, 33:130-1
Vancouver consensus (1980), 38:14-5, 27-8; 41:105-11, 123-4;
51:33-8; 55:8-9
Victoria formula (1971), 3:79-83; 4:68-75; 51:32-7, 103-9, 113
« Apprehended”/“imminent”, 43:93
_Britain, legislation enabling Canadian Constitutional amdL, 236-7;
48:51, 50228-30, 83-4
Capital punishment, 41 :101
Charter of rights, 5:1 1-3; 20:25-6; 29:83; 33244-6; 34:136; 4lz96-9;
4236-41; 55:9; 56:42-3
Citizenship, 43:1 18
Committee
Data, 2459-60
Deadlinc, 7:27, 47; 927-8; 17:62; 23:33-5
“Master of its own proceedings”, 1:33
Proceedings, broadcasting, I:47-8, 55, 70-1
Quorum, 1:92-3; 2:8-12
Sitting, 10:29-30; 47:29-30
Staff, 56:61-2
Travel, 1:78
Witnesses, 1:27, 32-3; 732-7, 49; 12189-90, 94, 97; 14:1 17-21;
23:35, 39-40, 77-8; 2 1-2, 55-6; 32:59; 34:5
Conferences, 12:72; 14:42; 32:27-8; 51:12, 15-7, 24-8
Consensus, 34:l06-7; 55z7-9
Constitution of Canada, 1:11-6, 20, 26-7, 2-3, 46-8, 55, 68-71,
76-8, 92-6; 2:8-9, 12, 18, 36-9; 3: 1- ,43-4, 79-83, 8 4:53 4
7 8

3
1 – .
68-75, 99, 103-5, 141; 5:5, 11-3, 2 – ;6:8-9, 15-9, 41; 7:32-7,
8:10-4,19, 24-5, 29, 49; :25 8,50, 54, 101-2, 111-3;
10:5-6, 29-30; 12:44, 52-3, 71-4, 89-90, 94, 97, 125, 135;
14:42-4, 50, 69-70, 117-21; 15:30; 16:18-21, 30; 17:21, 25, 31-4,
50,62 81-2, 91-4, 104, 116-9; 18120-2; 1919-20; 20:20, 25-6;
22:45 97, 135 8* 23:31-42, 45, 63, 73-81; 24:29-32, 59-60,
89-91, 25:14; 26:21-4, 53-4; 27:24-5, 89-93, 122-3; 2851-2, 55-6;
29:11, 82-5, 94-5, 119-20, 143-4; 30:18-22, 59-60; 31:5, 47-9,
75-8, 82; 32127-8, 45-6, 59, 142 3:15-6, 44-6, 51-2, 57, 73-5,
100-1,112-3,128-31,179-81;3 . 6, 49, 63,106-9, 134-7;
35:30, 70-1; 36:59; 3725-6, 35, 39; 38:14-5, 27-32, 93-7, 104-5;
41:92-l1 1, 115-7, 123-5; 42:9-12, 19-25, 36-41, 45; 43:18-20, 28,
32-9, 43-4, 52, 55, 69-70, 88-9, 92-3, 96-100, 116-8, 124-6;
44:24; 45:8, 15-6, 19, 28, 33; 46:12-3, 58-61, 65-6, 71-8, 99-101,
117-20; 4725-30, 47-8, 52, 55-8, 71-2, 75-6, 89, 92; 48:32,
35-41, 45, 49-54, 59-62, 72, 77-9, 89, 109-11, 123; 49182-9, 92-3,
99; 50:10-2, 20-30, 68-9, 82-5; 51:12, 15-7, 22-39, 54, 102-13;
52:87, 92-3, 109, 115, 119-21, 125-8; 53:18, 22-5, 32-7, 41-2, 50,
54-60, 64-5, 70-1, 77, 82-7, 92, 96; 54:43-5, 58 69, 76-8,
87-90, 95-6, 103-5, 109, 112-3, 127-33; 55: 9; 56:41-7, 50-1,
55-6, 59-62
Constitutional assembly, 4l:109-10

Epp, Hon. Jake-Cont.
Consultations, 8:11
Convention/precedence, 2:37
Denominational/indepcndent schools, 1919-20; 33z74v5
Deportation, 46:117-20
Disabled and handicapped, 41:99
Duality/two nations, 22:97
Elections, 43z88-9
“Everyone”, 43:43-4, 52
Federalism, 17:31
Freedom 0l‘ association, 43:69-70
Freedom of conscience, 1249-51
Freedom of information, 41:98
God, 29z82-3; 42:38; 43zl8-20
Immigration, refugees, 2984-5
Jurisdictions, 2:38-9; 50:83-4
Language of instruction, 6:17, 69-70; 4199-100, 106; 48:110-1
Legal rights, 41:100-1; 47125-7, 55-6, 71-2, 75-6
Linguistic and cultural rights, 6:15-9; 22:97; 37:39; 48:72, 77-9
Mackasey, Mr., references, 54:128-9
Minerai resources, offshorc, 54: 6-8
Mobility rights, 8:12-4; 12:74; 43:124-6; 46:73-8, 101
Monarchy, 53\55-7, 64-5
Multiculturalism, 92112-3; 14:70; 26153-4‘ 29:143-4; 50:10-2
Native rights, 16:19-21; 17:91 4; 222135 ’26:2l-4; 27:89-93;
31:47-9, 75-8, 82; 34:63; 49:87-8, 9
Natural resources, 24:89-90; 32:142-3; 38:28-32, 93-5; 53:82-6;
54;43-5, 69, 87-90
Newfoundland-Labrador, 41:124-5; 53:41-2
Non-discrimination rights, 29:11; 48:45
Northwest Territories, 12:72-3 _
Organization meeting, 1:1 1-6, 20, 26-7, 32-3, 46-8, 55, 68-71, 76-8,
92-6; 2:8-9, 12, 18

Passports, 46:74
Points of order

Adjournment, M., 56:50-l

Agenda and procedurc subconimittee, 1:13; 48:49-50, 59

Amdts., 4835-9; 5335-6

Tabling, time limit, 54:58-9
Documents, appending to minutes and evidence, 33:112-3
Ms., 17:21; 33:113
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M: (Mr. Irwin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:27, 32-3
McGrath privilege, 45:15-6, l9, 28,33
Meetings
Adjourning, 12:44; 2994-5
Extending hours, 30:59
Scheduling, 628-9; 36:5-9
While Constitutional discussions bcing lteld, 3244-6
Member of House not Committee member, 1:20; 6:41
Members, official record not updated, registration with Whip
sufficient to maintain eligibility, 1:15-6

Members remarks, 27:122-3

Ministcrs, availability to Committee, 4:99, 103-5; 42:9-10

Minutes and evidence, availability, 5:5-6

Printing 5,000 copies 01 minutes and evidence, M. (Mr. Irwin),

1:1 1-2
Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, 1:32; 31:5
M., l:47-8, 55, 70-1
Qucstioning ofwitncsscs, 3:11, 19; 8:19; 29:1 19-21; 31:15; 35:30;
42:1 1-2
Timc limit, 50268-9
Quorum, official opposition, including, M. (Mr. Beatty), lr92-3;
218-10
Reports to both Houses, draft consideration, in aimera meeting,
M. (Mr. S: Robinson), 56:55-ô

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 19

Epp, Hon. JakeAConz.

Points of 01’C1e1’——COIIl.

Reports to both Houses, draft consideration, in rament meeting,

staff, 56:60-1
Travel, M., 1:78
Witnesses
Appearance beforc Committee, 7:32-7; 8:24-5, 29; 9:25-8, 54,
101-2. 111-2
Experts, requesting, M., 1289-90, 94, 97
Invitation by political party, implied affiliation, 33:15-6, 51-2
Expenses, Committee paying, M., 1:76-7
Participation in points of order, 3:43
Seheduling, 33:57
Statements,33:100-l

Privacy, 46:66
Process, 34:135; 50:25-7; 56:44-6
Progressive Conservative constitution position, 31:93; 53:96; 56:41-7
Property rights, 91113; 41:98; 45:15-6; 46:12; 56:43-4
Provinces, entry into Confederation, 14:43
Public opinion polls, 23:36-7
Quebec, 34:108; 541127-8
References, 23:46; 31:53

See also Amending procedure-Victoria formula (1971);

Committee—Deadline-Witnesses; Natural
resources-Broadbent proposa]: Resolution-
“NewfoundlancW-Provincial referral; Yukon
Territory-Government, Legitimacy
Resolution to Queen, 17:33; 23z35-9: 34:106; 38z27-32, 95, 104-5;
41192-103, 115-7

Amdts, 42121-5; 43:20, 28, 34-9; 46:l2-3; 47z47-8

“Newfoundland”, 542103-5

Provincial referral, 50120-2, 25-7
Rctirement, 5:12
Robinson, Mr. S., references, 52:92-3
Scott, Rcv. Edward W., references, 33:16
Scnate, 41:96; 52:92-3; 53:50
Sexual orientation, 24:29-32
Trudeau, constitution position, 542128-31
Unilateral action, 8:11; 17:34; 33:128-30, 181: 341136-7; 54:132-3
Western provinces, 342107-8
Yukon Territory, 14:42-4; 18220-3

Equality rights, 47:88
See also Non-discrimination rights

Equnlization, 8:7-8, 24; 27:49; 29z23-4, 81; 30:14; 32:103-6, 112-5,
129; 34:143; 49:78-80

Alberta Chamber of Commerce position, 27:36

Alberta New Democratic Party position, 33:103-4

Amdts., 2:46; 49:65-81

Eritish Columbia position, 49:77

Defining, 323-4; 14:83-5; 15:21; 17145-6, 52; 19:49, 31-2
Minimum standards, 8:8, 16-7

Nova Scotia position, 17:43-6

Payments dircctly to provinces, 9:83, 88-9; 19:81; 27:51; 32:1 18-9;

49z7l-8l
Bennett position, 19:63
Federal position, 36:19

Payments, excluded from federal proposal, 8217-8
Saskatchewan position, 49z8l-2

Social services, 19:36-7; 49:65-9, 73

Euthanasia, ree Freedom cf conscience

“Everyone”, 7:18, 89′ 9:61, 131, 140-1, 144-5; 12:55; 19:14-5, 27;
21:25.4o-1,44 , 2:54; 24:54, 115; 33:63; 4339-55; 44:6-12,21,
25; 46:15, 105; 4730-1, 78-9

Abortion/right t0 life, affccting, 22:26-7, 31, 36, 43, 48; 29:38, 45;
34:122-5: 46170-1; 48:18, 21

“Everyone”——Conr.
Press/media, freedom of speech, affecting, 24:1 1-2

Ewaschuk, Mr. E:G. (Director of Criminal Law, Amendments
Section, Justice Department)
Constitution of Canada, 46:136; 47:22—5, 32-3, 37-9, 44, 47, 55-6,
61-8, 71-2,75-82,85-6, 123-4

Expropriation, see Native rights; Property rights

Fairwenther, Mr. Gordon L. (Chief Commissioner, Canadian Human
Rights Commission)
Constitution of Canada, 516-28
Refcrcnces, see Affirmativc action; Charter of rights;
C0mmittee—Witnesses

Family
Charter of rights including reference, 40132-3; 41 z7-8, 11
Progressive Conscrvative position, 43:56
See also Non-discrimination rights

Fathers of Confederation, see Federalism

Federal position, 50:33, 49; 51:54-7

Press/media influence, 56:39

See also Affirmativc action; Amcnding procedure; Charter of rights;
Committee—Witnesses; Equalization-Payrncnts;
Justice—-—Lega1 aid; Language of instruction; Legal rights:
Linguistic and cultural riglits; Minerai resources-Offshore
jurisdiction; Multiculturalism-Entrenclting; Native rights;
Natural resources-Broadbent; Property rights; Public opinion
polls——Gallup; Quebec-Sovereignty association; Resolution;
Unilateral action Ï

FederaI-provincial confcrences
Consensus, 17:36-7
Federalism, rclationship, 51:18-9
Native people participation. 16:7-8, 15-6, 29; 17210-1, 107-10, 114;
27151-2, 80-1, 84, 90-1; 51:22-4, 28-9
Native rights, priority, 31:53, 88-9
Ottawa, June 9/80, press release, changed wording re September
dcadline, 2225-6, 31, 44-5
Ottawa, Sept. 8-12/80
Failure, effects, 28:47-8; 32:58; 34:78; 35:12
Memorandum no. 800-14058, see Linguistic and cultural
rights-Cottrts and legislatures
Premiers, consensus, 14:76-7; 17:30; 28:37
Public attitude, opinion polis, 3225-8
See also Amending procedure-Referendurn, “Deadlock »
Permanent, 27:36, 59-60; 51:1l-5
Progressive Conservativc position, 51:21
Re-convening, 14:1 12; 17:30, 48-50, 59; 30:44
Rcpresentation, broadening, NDP proposal, 51:17-20
Victoria, lune 1971, 2:44
See also Linguistic and cultural rightæ-Courts and legislatures
Yukon and N.W.T. participation, 12:61-2, 65-6, 72; 14:31, 41-3;
41:56-60; 51:13-7, 24-3
See also Amending proccdure——Vancouver consensus (1980),
Opting-out

Federal-provincial relations

Constitutional change, affect, 4154-5, 61-2

Fiscal arrangements, transfer payments, ree Equalization
lmproving, eo-operation priority issue, Cohen remarks, 34373-5, 78
Jurisdictions, transfcr, 4:40—l

Non-subordination principle, 19:52-3

Provincial boundaries, 3:73-4

See aIso Newfound1and-Labrador——Quebec
Provincial status, See Amending procedurc-Referertdum

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

20 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Fedcral-Provincial Relations Office, Micltacl Kirby, sccrctary to the
cabinet for federal-provincial relations, rcferences, sec Privy
Council Officc-«Mcntorandum

Federalism, 28:30; 3459-60; 35:18, Z1, 47; 50:30

Bicameral system, importance, 30:29

Business Council on National lssttes position, 33: 1 36-7, 148-9
“Community ofco1n1t1unitics »,4:73

“Contt-act », 4294-5

Co-operalive, 30:18, 22

Pearson role, 52:26

Dcccntralizatiott, U.S., comparing, 34z85-7

Dciining, Bucltanait remarks, 17:27-8, 31, 48-9

Fathers of Confcderation position, 50:29

Fcrleral primacy/strong central governiticnt, 8:22-3; 27z67-8;

34:1 13-5; 50:5l-2; 51:97-8
See alro Econottiic union; Natural rcsources-w-Emeiïgcncy
autliority

“Fedcral statc”, Blakcncy remarks, 30:5-6

Social Credit Party ol Alberta position, 331181-5

See also Amcnding procedurc—Rcfcrendum; Fcderal-provincial

conferenccs; Rcsolution

Federation of Canadian Municipalitics
Constitutional refornt, position, 9:7-l0, 15-7
S04’ (Ilro Committec-«Dcadlinc; Language of instruction; Lingnistic
and cultural riglits; Native riglits: Organizations/individuals
appeariitg and briefs submittcd

Fcderation of Indcpeitrlcnt Scltools in Canada, roc
Organizations/iitdivitltials appcaring and briefs sitbmitted

Federtitiott ofsasltzitcltewzin Inxlians, 5’120 Organizaiions/individuals
appearing and briels submittcd

Federorowizc, Dr. Jan (Canadian Polis]: Congress)
Constitution of Canada, 9:103-8, 112-9

Fisherics, fcdcral jurisdiction, see Natural rcsources-Broadbcnt
proposal

Flcck, Mr. Jim (Chairman, Committee on Constitutional Reiorm,
Business Council on National Issues)
Constitution of Canada, 332139-41

Flis, Mr. Jesse, refercnecs, rce Contmitteem-Witnesscs

Flynn, Mr. Donnis (Presidcnt, Fedcration of Canadian Municipaiities)
Constitution of Canada, 9:7-25

Flynn, Senntor Jacques (Rougcmont)
Constitution of Canada, 4223-7; 15:14-7

Fognrty, Rev. Patrick (Executivc Sccrctary, Canadian Catholic
Schools Trustccs’ Association)
Constitution of Canada, l9zl0-8, 23

Forenian, Dr. Dayton (National Vicc Prcsidenl, Canadian National
lnslitute l’or the Blind)
Constitution of Canada, 25:4, 18

Forost industry, sec Natural resourccs

Portier, Mr. L. Yves (National Treasnrcr, Canadian Bar Association)
Constitution of Canada, 15:2l-3. 26-7

Fox, Mr. Marcel (Director General, Protestant Scliool Board of
Greater Montrcal)
Constitution of Canada, 1 1:24-S

Fraser, Hon. John A. (PC- –Vancouver 8011111)

Abortion, 22:49
Alberta Heritagc Savings Trust Fund, 32:l36-7, 143-4

Fraser, Hon. John A.- w-Conl.
Arncnding procedure, 3:6l-5, 72’ 4’36, 63-6‘ 7:76-9; 13:14; 22:1 13-4;
32:18; 38:99-100; 4027-12; 4 . 2-3; 51. 80, 85, 113; 52:49-54
Britain, Parliament, sclcctcon11nittce,50:71-6
Campbell, Miss Colinc, rcferences, 52:57
Charter ofrights, 4:84; 71102; 13:12; 22:22; 32:16; 38149-50
Committee
Dcad1ine,9:22-3
Proceedings, procedural dclays, 9:102
Quorum, 1193-4
Travel, lz79-80, 85-6, 90
Witncsscs, 1:38-9
Constitution of Canada, 138-9, 52, 68-70, 85-6, 90, 93-4; 3:61-5,
72; 4:36, 54, 03-7, 84, 100; 5:10, 27; 7:22, 76-9, 85-6, 101-5;
9z22-3, 39-40; 122115-26; 13:1 1-4; 17:11-5, 66-70; 19183-4;
22:22, 44-5, 48-9, 81-4, lll-4; 31:20, 34-6; 32:5, 15-8, 136-8,
143-4; 37:34-6; 38:48-50, 99-101; 4027-12; 41132-4, 47-8, 51-4,
58-61;43:102, 107, 112-4; 44:5; 45:7, 18, 24-6; 4635-7, 48-52,
66-9,96-7, 103-4, 107, 110-2, 116, 123-4, :10-3, 21-4, 35-7,
43, 46-8, 62-3, 67, 70-1, 77-8, 81-3; 48:52, 92-3,100-3, 122;
50:71-6; 51175-80, 85, 113; 52138-40, 49-55, 57, 71-2; 54236-40,
60-1, 70-2
Deportation, 46:1 10-2, 123-4
Dualily/lwo nations, 22:81-2
Fislicrics, 54:61, 70-2
Freedom 0l‘ information, 43:l02, 107, 112-4
Japancse Canadians, 13:11-2
Jurisdictions, 46:49-52
Language of instruction, 12:1 12
Lega1rig11ts,46:35-7;47122-4,35-7,43,46, 62-3, 67, 70-1, 77-8,
81-3; 48:122
Lingulstic and cultural rights, 7277-9; 22z82-4; 3734-6; 48: 100-3;
51:76; 52r7l-2
Monarchy, 4:66-7
Multiculturalism, 22:81
Native rights, 17:1 1-5, 66-9; 31:20, 34-6; 46:96; 50174-5
Natural resources, 7:105; 32zl36-8, 144; 54136-40
Organization meeting, 1238-9, 52, 68-70, 79-80, 85-6, 90, 94-5
Points of order
Adjournmcnt, M., 1268-70
Documents, briefs, advertisiitg for, M. (Mr. lrwin), and
rcquesting \vi1ncsscs,amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1238-9
McGratlt privilcgc, 45:24-6
Meetings, punctuality, 32:5
Ministers, availæibility to Co1n1nittce,4:10()
Proceedings,postponing,47110-3, 21
Quorum, official opposition, including, M. (Mr. Beatty), 1:93-4
Travel, M, (Mr. Epp), 1:79-80, 85-6, 90
Property rights, 7:105; 45:18, 24; 47:10
Quebcc, sovercignty association refercndum, 5238-9, 48-9
Refcrcnccs, 9223-4; 51:81; 52254-5, 70
Sec alro Linguistic and cultural rights
Rcsolution 1o Quecn, 19:83; 22:1 12; 32:16
Royal Canadian Mountcd Policc, 46366-9
Searcli and seizurc, 46: 103-4
Sonate, 122120-1; 17112-3; 41:47-8, 51-4, 58-60

Freedom of association, sec Labour unions

Freedom of conscience
Defining, 14:7, l3; 22:1 17-8; 34:l56
Refusal 1o lake human 111c in cases of abortion/war/eutltanasia,
1246-56; 22:41-2; 24:107

_ Freedom ofexpression, 19:27; 342156

Freedom of information, 24:20-1; 43:10] -16
Progressive Conscrvative position, 41:98; 43:101-l5
Task force rccommcndation, 19:28

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues:

CONSTITUTION OIt‘ CANADA 21

Freedom of religion, 9:86; 32:33, 37-8; 34:156-7; 35:76
Dcnominational/indepcndent schools, affecting, 35:69; 38:5l-2, 55

Freedom of speech
Restricting, 22:8, 16, 20
See 411:0 Prcss/media

Friesen, Mr. Benno (PC—Surrey-White Rock-North Delta)
Constitution ofCanada, 13:24; 24:17-8; 26:56-7; 34:94-5, 171-2;
35:44

Fulton, Mr. Jim (NDPwskeena)
Constitution of Canada, 14236-40; 26:5-6, 24-8; 271147-50

Fulton-Favreau formula, see Amending procedure

Gnlloway, Mr. C.T.P. (Canadian Life lnsurance Association)
Constitution of Canada, 33294-5

Gallup poll, ree Public opinion polls
Garn, Lord Treff, ree Britain-Legislation
Gas, See Natural resources-Taxation

Gauthier, Mr. Jean-Robert (Lwottawa-Vanier)
Constitution of Canada, 4228-32; 41235-9; 48: 106, 114
Germain-Canadian Committee on the Constitution, sec
Organizations/individnals appearing and briefs submittcd
Gerntan Canadinns, discrimination, World War 11 trcatmcnt, etc,,
2639-51, 56-7; 32:14

Gill, Mr. Aurélien (Chief ot’ Pointe-Bleue, Attikamek-Montagnais
Council)
Constitution ol‘ Canada, 28:14-24

Gimaïel, Mr. Pierre (L-Lac-SL-Jcan)
Constitution ot » Canada, 38z88-9l

God, including referencc in charter, 29182-3; 33z6-7; 4l:7—8, 1l; 42:39,

42-3; 43216-20
Progressive Conservativc position, 56:49
See also Charter of rights-Æreamble

Goldenherg, Senator Cari (Rigaud)
Amending procedure, 4556-7; 7:46; 9:99
British North America Act, 27:26-7
Charter ofrights, 7:1 1 1-2; 12:123-4; 42:36
Committee

Deadline, 7:40-2
Procecdings, broadcasting, 1:63-4
Procccdings, procedural delays, 9z39-4l
Confederation, 27262-3
Constitution of Canada, 1:10, 26, 63-4; 3:6; 4:36-8; 7:40-2, 46,

111-2; 9z39-4l, 48, 99-100;12:121-4;l7:47-50;19:82-3;26:34-6;

27 5-7, 61-4; 42:36; 47:21, 51

Constitutional assembly, 12:121-3
Duality, 27:26
Native rights, 26:34-6
Newfoundland-Labrador, 4:37-8; 9199-100
Organization meeting, 1:10, 26, 63-4
Points of order

Agenda and procedure subcommittee, M., 3:6

Election ofJoint Chairman, M., 1:10

Procccdings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:63-4

Witnesses, appearance before Committee, 7240-2
Premiers, l9z82-3
Referenees, see Committcc——Proceedingswsubcommittces
Resolution to Queen, Ryan position, 9:48
Supreme Court, 27:64
Unilateral action, 27:61-2

Goldenberg, Senator CarL-Conl,
Unitary state, 27:63
Western provinces, 12:1 21-3

Gordon, Mr. Mark R. (Coordinator, Inuit Committee on National

Issues)

Constitution of Canada, 16:20-9; l7:8-13, 17-22

Gordon, Mr. Peter (Chairman, Business Council on National issues)
Constitution of Canada, 33zl33-54

Gosnell, Cliief James (President, Nishga Tribal Council)
Constitution of Canada, 26:1 1-4, 20-36

Goulet, Mr. Bertrand (M.N.A. Union Nationale Party)
Constitution of Canada, 2838-9, 43

Govcrnment, Clark government, previous, See Natural resources

Governnient departments, hoards, agencies and commissions, sec
Charter of rights‘

Governor General
Lctters patent, 54:106-8
See also Britain——Legislation

Gowanlock, Ms. Gweiteth (Executive Director, Canadian Association
of Social Workers)
Constitution 0l‘ Canada, 29:147-8

Green, Sid, ree Manitoba

Greene, Mr. James (Counsel, Dcnominational Éducation Committees
of Ncwfoundland)
Constitution of Canada, 35263-70, 74

Greenspan, Mr. Lnwrence (The Canadian Connection)
Constitution of Canada, 32:48-9, 53, 61-2, 66-9

Grygier, Dr. Tadeusz (Member of the Committee on Legislation,
Canadian Association for the Prevention of Crime)
Constitution of Canada, 24:46, 52-8

Haidasz, Senator Stanley (Toronto-Parkdale)
Constitution of Canada, 921 17-9

Haig, Mr. Graeme T. (Chairman of the Constitution Reform
Committee, Canadian Chamber of Commerce)
Constitution cf Canada, 8:5-18, 22-3

Halley, Mr. Raymond J. (President, Canadian Bar
Association-Newfoundland Branclt)
Constitution of Canada, 976-80, 85-96, 99-100

Hammel, Mr. Philip (President, Canadian Catholic School Trustees’
Association)
Constitution of Canada, 19:7-24
Handler, Ms. Denyse (Coalition l’or the Protection of Human Life)
Constitution of Canada, 22226, 37, 40

Hardy, Miss Alison (Historian, Club Media of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 24:9-22

Hargravc, Mr. Bert (PC——Medicinc Hat)
Constitution of Canada, 2759-60

Hartling, Mrs. J. (Executive Director, National Anti-Povcrty
Organization)
Constitution of Canada, 29zl8-9, 22-4, 33
Hate literature, sec Pornography

Hatfield, Hon. Richard B. (Premier, New Brunswick)
Constitution of Canada, 19246-85

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

22 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Hatfield, Hon. Richard B.—CanI.

Rcferetices, ses Amcnding procedure—Referendum—-Vancouvcr
consensus (1980)——Victoria formula (1971); Language of
instructiom-“Where numbcrs warrant”; Linguistic and cultural
rights——Courts and legis1atures—Ontario; Native rights;
Resolutionv-Premiers; Unilaterai action-Fcdcral position

Hawkes, Mr. Jim (PC—Calgary West)

Abortion, 241105-7; 49:15-6

Afflrmative action, 29:145-6; 48:41-2

Alberta, 4:118; 40223-4

Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund, 32:l46

Alberta New Democratic Party, 332114-5

Amending procedure, 14:1 13; 24:55; 27:48-9; 38z53-4, 73-6; 39:13;
40z23-5;5l:102-4;52:111-3,117,121-3;53:63-4

Atomic weapons, 2528-9 ,

Charter ofrights, 22:13, 128; 24154-5, 105-6; 29117-8, 35, 56, 152;
34:167-70; 35:36, 77; 43:13-5; 49147-8

Chi1dren’s rights, 21243-5

Citizenship, 29:55

Committee, recommendations, 31:91

Committee, Witnesses, 24:8; 27:46; 29:54, 151; 31:61

Conferences, 51:18-9

Constitution of Canada, 4:99, 118-21; 14:5l-2, l12-4;17:17-8,
79-80, 95, 125-7; 18:25-7, 36-7; 19:32-5; 2l:43-5; 22:1 5, 91-2,
127-8, 151-2; 23168-70; 24 1l, 54-167-70, 105—7;25:26-7;
27:46-50, 74, 105-7, 141-4;29:17-8, 34-5, 54-6, 71-3, 144-6,
151-3; 30:59; 31:15-7, 61-5, 90-1; 32:68, 87-9, 146-7; 33:90-2,
1l 1-6, 165-7, 187; 34:7, 99, 167- , 5:34-7, 77, 82-3; 3853-4,
72-6; 39:9-10, l3; 40123-5; 41:40, 85-8; 42:16-9; 43:13-5, 40-2,

61-4, 81-2, 86-90, 93-5‘ 44:20; 47:15-6, 38, 62, 68, 78-9; 48122-4,

28-31, 35, 41-2, 79-80; 9:15-6, 28, 42-3, 47-8, 59, 75; 50 7-9,
63-6; 51118-9, 28-9, 102-4; 52:l03-S, 111-3, 117, 121-3; 53:62-4,
67-8, 77; 54:17-23, 26, 29-33; 55:22-4; 56:12, 22-3
Courts, 49:28
Denominational/indcpendent schools, 29:72-3;33:114-5
Éducation, 24:67-70
Élections, 43:81-2, 86-9
Equalization, 27:49; 49:75
“Evcryone”, 43:40-2; 47278-9
Fami1y,43:40-2
House or Commons, 43z93-5
Human rights, 22:12
Jurisdiction, 27:50
Language of instruction, 41:40
Lega1rights,47:38, 62, 68
Lifc insurance rates, 33:90-2
Linguistic and cultural rights, 29: 144-5; 41:86-8; 42:16-8; 4879-80;
52:1l1-2
Mobility rights, 4:120-1; 18:36; 19:34-5; 29:l52
Monarchy, 53:62-3
Multiculturalism, 22:l3-5, 92
Native rights, 17117-8; l8z25-7, 36-7; 22:l5l-2‘ 271105-7, 141-3;
29:35; 31:16-7, 61-4, 90; 32:87-9; 33:1 15-6 0: ,
Natural resources, 33:166-7, 187; 399-10; 53:77; 54:18-23, 29-33
Oil and oi1industry,32:147
Points oi order
Documents, appending to minutes and evidertce, 33:111
Meetings, extcnding hours, 30:59
Members remarks, corrccting, 34:7
Ministers, avttilability to Committee, 4:99
Motions, mover prescnt during debate, 54:17
Procecdings, postponing, 47:15-6
Witnesses/mectings/report deadline, M. (Senator Austin),
23768-70
Political bc1ief,48:22-4, 29-30
Pornography/ltato iiteraturc, 43:64
Prcss/media, 2439-10

q
‘P
v-
K>
oc
xo

Hawkes, Mr. Jim——CanI.

Process, 32:68

Propcrty rights, 44:20

Quebcc, 23:69—70

References, see Native people—-Cu1tura1 evolution
Rcgu1ations,49:42-3

Rcsolution to Queen, 23168-9; 34:99; 35:34-6; 50:50-1; 55:22-5;

56:12, 22-3

Retirement, 41119-20

Senate, 52:103-5; 67-8

Social services, 19:33-4;29:152-3

Unilatcral action, 27:48; 29:54-5; 35:37

Western provinces, alienation, 32:146-7; 33:1 13, 165-6; 56:23

Hays, Senntor Harry (Caigary; Joint Cliairtnait)

Committee, data, 32:29

Committee, staff, 56:65

Constitution of Canada, 9:75; 32:29, 99; 33:51; 35277-9, 83; 46:59;
47:29; 50:89; 56:65

Election as Joint Chairman, 1:10

References, see Procedure and dccisions ot‘ the Chair:
Women-Non-discrimination rights

Head, Dr. Wilson (President, National Black Coalition of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 2271-23

Health, care, sec Linguistic and cultural rights
Health and Welfare Department, new horizons program, 12:24-5

Healy, Mr. Les (Indian Association of Alberta)
Constitution ot » Canada, 31178-82

Hearn, Mr. Ed (Member, Canadian Bar Associationw-Newfoundland
Branch)
Constitution of Canada, 9:80-4, 92-101

Hegan, Ms. Mary (The Canadian Connection)
Constitution of Canada, 32151-2

Henderson, Mr. George (L—-Egmont; Parliamentary Secretary to
Minister of Fisheries and Oceans)

Charter of rights, 3:66-7

Committee, procecdings, broadcasting, 1:62-3

Constitution o!‘ Canada, 1162-3; 3:66-7; 14145-6, 90-6; 3289-92;

332171-2

Mobility rights, 14:45-6

Organization meeting, 1:62-3

Point of order, procccdings, radio and TV broadcasting, M, (Mr.

Epp), 1:62-3

References, ses Amending proccduræ-Prince Edward Island
Resolution to Quccn, 14:93-5

Western provinces, alienation, 33:171-2

Yukon, 14:45

Herbert, Mr. llal, sec Prince Edward 1s1and-—Status

Hervieux-Payette, Mrs. Céline (LmMercicr; Parliamentary Sccretary
to Soiicitor Gcncral)
Constitution of Canada, l7:73-5, 101-3, 123-5; 27:1l3-7; 28222-4

H111, Ms. Karen (Canadian Council on Social Development)
Constitution ot » Canada, 19131-44

I-Iiscock, Reverend Boyd (Executive Secretary, United Church of
Canada in Ncwfoundland, Denominational Éducation Committee:
o! » Ncwfoundland)
Constitution of Canada, 3554-8, 65-6

Hislop, Mr. George (Canadian Association of Lesbians and Gay Men)
Constitution of Canada, 24:26-7, 39-40

Note: See page l for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 23

Hnatyshyn, Hon. Ray (PC—Saskatoon West)

Abortion, 49:16-7, 23-4

Amending procedure, l4:60-1; 52:41-6

Charter ofrights, 14:59-60;20:14-7;30:36-8
Constitution of Canada, 1459-62; 1913-8; 20113-7; 30:

49:16-7, 23-4, 27, 37, 44, 52, 60; 52141-6, 105-7; 54:
76-8, 82-7

Consultations, 14:62

Emergency, public, 49:60

Judges, 49:52

Jurisdictions, 49:27

Language of instruction, 14:61

Multiculturalism, 14:62

Natural resources, 54:49-53, 82-7

Regulalions, 4937-44

Senate, 52:l05

Homosexuality, see Sexual orientation

I-Iouse debate
Closure, 1:84; 56:24-S
Members participation, 56:29
Progressive Conservative position, 1:24
Trudeau remarks, 1:21, 24

36-8;
49-53. 63,

House of Commons

Divisions, quorum, 43:92-5

Duration, 4390-8, 101

l-louse leaders, sec Committee-Quorum
Staff, collective bargaining, 43:75-6

See also Parliament

Housing, ses Disabled and handicapped

Hovdebo, Mr. Stan J. (NDP-Prince Albert)
Constitution of Canada, 31:65-9, 92

Hughes, Mr. Sam (President, Canadian Chamber of Commerce)
Constitution of Canada, 8:6-21, 29

Human rights, provinces, 5:21; 22zl2-3

Human Rights Act, Human Rights Tribunal decision r2 primacy over
lncome Tax Act, 5:7

Humphrey, Dr. John (President, Canadian I-Iuman Rights
Foundation, New Brunswick Human Rights Commission)
Constitution of Canada, 1l:28-3l, 34, 37, 43-4

Imai, Mr. George (Secretary, Council of National Ethnocultural
Organizations of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 22:76-7, 95

Immigrants
Landed, see Charter of rights; Linguistic and cultural rights;
Mobility rights-Employment
See also Language of instruction

Immigration
Legislation, including multieulturalism concept, 14:70‘
Refugees, protecting, 29:81, 84-5
See alro Language of instructionuQucbec

Income Tax Act, see Human Rights Act

Indian Act, 4:9-l0; 18:35; 28:23; 31:27, 93
“Indian”, 34136-7

Indian Affairs and Northern Development Department, 31:13

Indian Association of Alberta, see Native rights;
0rganizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Indian Rights for Indian Women, sec Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submittcd; Resolution

Indians, see Native people

International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, See Charter of
rights; Press/media

Inuit Committee on National Issues, me Amending procedure; Native
rights; OrganiZations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd;
Resolution

Irwin, Mr. Ron (L—Sau1tSte. Marie; Parliamcntary Secretary to
Minister of Justice, Attorney General and Minister of State for
Social Development)

Abortion, 43:48; 49214-5

Advertising, 41267-8

Affirmative action, 48:39

Age, 7:29

Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund, 32:143

Atnending procedure, 14:103-4; 34:150-l; 38152-3; 4029-12;
412104-8; 511108-9, 123; 52:22-3, 114-8; 53:20-], 27-8, 37

Britain, Parliament, select committee, 50:53-4

Charter of rights, 5:25-6; 7:25-6; 11:42; 15:22; 17:57-8; 20:21-4;
32:144; 34:151-2;42:23-4;48:120; 50252-4; 54:91

Citizenship, 43;118-9 ‘

Committee

Recommandations, 31:91
Staff/mcmbers, 3579-80
Witnesses, 1245-6; 12:96-7

Constitution of Canada, 1:l0-3, 17, 25-7, 41, 45-6, 69, 92, 96; 2:18;
3:10-1, 41, 52; 4:51; 5:25-6; 6:25-7’ 25-9;9:56. 1139-43; 12:96;
13:26, 45-8; 1 .103-5; 15:2 3; 17:57-8;18:2_7- 0:21-4;
22:68-9, 125-7; 23:21-3, 38; 24:95; 27:28-30: 2969-71; 30134-6;
31:84-7, 91;32:41-4,46, 143 3:42-4,57,84-5,142-4;
34:85-6, 150-3; 35:79-80; 36:9; 37:25-8, 40-1; 38:50-3, 63-4;
39:24-5; 40:9—13, 33; 1:67-8, 104-8; 42:23-4; 43:48, 51-4, 67,
79, 118-9, 123-4; 45: -9;46:t4-5,60,101-2,1l0, 125, 133-4;
47:30-1, 41-4, 52-4, 59, 64, 80; 48:38-9, 120-1, 125; 49:14-5, 71;
50:9-10,13-4, 51-4; 51:108-9, 113, 123; 52:22-3, 69, 91-2, 107,
114-8; 53:18-21, 27-8, 37, 65-9; 54:91, 95, 98-101, 108-9, 130;
55:20

Constitutional assembly, 22:69

Denominational/independent schools, 29:69-7l

Disabled and handicapped, 11:41; 20:24; 37:28

Éducation, official languages policy, Penetanguishene, 6:25-7;
39:24-5

Environment, 24:95

Equalization, 49:71

Federalism, 34:85-6; 50:5l-2

Freedom of religion, 38:51

Italian-Canadians, 23:22-3

Labour unions, 43:67

Language of instruction, 23:22

Legal rights, 7:27-8;.11:40; 22: 26; 46:l0l-2, 110, 125, 133-4;
47:30-l, 43-4, 52-4, 64, 80;48:121

Linguistic and cultural rights, 13:46-8; 15:22; 23:21; 27:29-30;
33:84-5, 144; 37:40-1; 52:69; 54:98

Mobility rights, 18:28-9;43:123-4

Monarchy, 53:65

Multiculturalism, 481125; 50:14

Native rights, 11:39-40, 43; 18:29; 22:127; 31284-7; 33:43-4

Natural resources, 30:35-6; 321145-6

Ncwfoundland-Labrador. 38:63-4

Non-discrimination rights, 22168-9, 125; 32:41-4; 34:153

Official languages minorities, assimilation, 13:45

Organization meeting, 1:l0-3, 17, 25-7, 4l, 45-6, 69, 92, 96; 2:18

Patriation, 14:105; 30:34-5; 35:80; 40:10-3

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

24 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

lrwin, Mr. R0n——C0ltZ.
Points of order
Adjournment, M. (Mr. Fraser), 1:69

Agenda and procedure subcommittee, establishing, M., 1:12-3, 17

Documents, briefs, advertising for submissions, deadline, M.,
l:25-7
And requesting witnesses, amdL, 1:45-6
Documents, tabling, M. (Mr. Beatty), 3:41
Election of Joint Chairman, M., 1:10
Meetings, schedule, printed notice, distribution, 1:25
Printing 5,000 copies of minutes and evidence, M,, 1:11
Questioning ofwitnesses, 3:l0-1; 13:26
Quorum, official opposition, including, M. (Mr. Bealty), 1:92
Wi1nesses,appearancc beforc Committee, 12:96-7
Witnesses, Members of Parliamcnt and Senators appearing, 1:24
Property rights, 45:18-9
Public opinion polls, 3:41; 50:54
References, 46:90
See also Amending procedure—-Victoria formula (1971),
Atlantic/westcrn provinces; Charter of rights—“Reasonable
limits”; Committee—Quorum
Resolution to Queen, 4:51; 23:23; 37:25-7; 46:14-5; 54:99-l01,
108-9; 55:20
Sonate, 52:107; 53:65-6
Supreme Court, 22:68
Unilateral action, 341151
War Measurcs Act, 52:22
Women,non-discriminationrights,33:143-4

Italiatt-Canndians, background, 23:8, 22-3

Ittintmr, Mr. Peter (NDP-—Nuitatsiaq)

Amendiitg procedure, 12:86

Chrétien, Mr., refercnces, 38:68

Conferences, 12:65-6; 14:48-9

Constitution oi Canada, 12164-7, 83-6; l4:48«50; 16:22-4; 17:22-3;
18:14-6; 38:66-9; 432121-2; 46:87-90, 100-1; 49:84-7, 90-2, 95,
100 51:26

Mobility rights, 12:66-7; 432121-2; 46187-90, 100-1

Native rights, l2:84-6; l6:22-4; l8zl4-5; 38166-9; 49:84-7, 90-2, 95,
100-1

Northwest Territories, 12:65-7

Yukon, 14149-50; 18:16

Jantes Bny and Northern Quebec Native Claims Settlement Act,
38:16-7
See also Native people-Land claims

Janzen, Mr. William (Director General, Ottawa Office, Mennonite
Central Committee (Canada))
Constitution of Canada, 1248-56

Japanese Canadiens, discrimination, World War 11 treatment, 5:l2-4;
72109; 13:5-12, 15-6, 20-5; 22:10, 76-7; 32:14, 133-4; 461119-20

Jewett, Miss Pauline (NDP—New Wcstminster-Coquitlam)
Constitution of Canada, 9:67-71, 136-9

Joe, Mr. David (Legal Counsel, Council for Yukon lndians)
Constitution of Canada, 18:1l-37

Joltnson, Clticf Stanley (President, Union of Nova Scotia lndians)
Constitution ot » Canada, 32180-9, 92-9

Jordan, Mr. Fred (Senior Counsel, Public Law, Justice Department)
Constitution of Canada, 46:32-3, 80,94, 106-9, 119-20, 124;
48:23-30, 33, 41-8; 49: l 7-8, 21-2, 47-50

Joyal, Mr. Serge (L-l-Iochelaga-Maisonneuve; Parliamentary
Secretary 1o President 01 the Treasury Board; Joint Chairman)
Chrétien, Mr., references, 40:4

Joyal, Mr. Serge-v-Cont.
Committee
Data, 24:60
Proceedings, 42:33
Staff, 56:63-5
Witnesses, 1:34; 3:51; 28:51-6; 34:6
Constitution ofCanada, 1:34; 3:51; 17:24; 27:34; 2851-6; 33:87;
34:6-8; 35:48-50: 36:5-6; 38:22, 32-4, 101; 40:4 1, 89-91,
119; 42:18, 33-4; 43223-4, 27; 44:5-6, 10-2, 28-31; 45:7-8, 13-22,
25, 29-30, 33; 46:19, 30-1, 34, 55-9, 64, 98-9, 102, 107-8, 111,
121,126, 134; 47:11-22, 25, 28-30, 40-5, 49, 52-4, 57, 64-5, 69,
83-4, 87-9, 92; 48:37-8, 93; 49:12, 36-7, 63, 96;50:12-3,16,
22-8, 41, 58, 88; 51:46, 50; 52:38, 4187; 3:69-70; 5497-8,
130-1; 56:11-2, 15-6, 19-20, 29, 50, 53-4, 58-9, 63-5
Election as Joint Chairman, 1:10
Linguistic and cultural rights, 42:18
Native rights, 27:118; 33:87
Natural resources, 56:10
Property rights, 45:13
Public opinion polls, 11:6
Quebec, sovereignty association referendum, 52:41
References, 27:7; 50:25, 86-9
See alro Amending procedurefiProgressive Conservative
position; Linguistic and cultural rights-Courts; Procedure
and decisions of the Chair
Resolution to Qucen, 56:11-6, 20

Judges
Retirement, compulsory, 49:52
See aLro Charter of rights—Cotirts interpreting; Courts

Jurisdictions, 8:8; 28:30-]; 32:102-4;49:27-37

Chrétien position, 37:11, 15-6; 4651-3; 50:80-4

Federal, ree Native people

Provincial, 27:50
British North America Act provisions, 35:6
Federal encroachment, 4:11 1-7; 8:21; 15:24; l7:31-2; 23:15-6;

27:40; 34:l8—21, 43-5; 46:48-53; 48127-8 ,
New Democratic Party position, 46:27-8
Progressive Conservativc position, 44zl3-23; 46:27, 52
Qucbec ad campaign, Tremblay role, 49:3l-2
St. Laurent remarks, 2z38-9
Sec also Language of instruction-—Provincial; Legal rights-—Fair
hearing

Residual powers, 8:9

Transportation, entrenching concurrent power, 26:60-1

See H130 Amending proccdurew-Balance of power; Communications;

Federal-provincial relations; Native rights—Specia1statuS;
Social services

Justice, Administration of
Legal aid
Federal position, 46:133-4
See alro Legal rights-«Right to counsel
“Natural justice”, 46:25
See a/so Legal rights; Property rightsvläîxproprialion
Trial byjury, sce Legal rights
See also Courts; Judges; Legal rights-Evidence; Lieutenant
Governors warrants; Writs of assistance

Justice Department, sec Committee-Staff; Reso1ution—Amdts.,
Progressive Conscrvativo-Committce study

Juvenile delinqttents, Me Young offendcrs

Juzukonis, Mr. Algis (Council of National Ethnocultural
Organizations of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 22:77-83, 86-92, 97-102

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 25

Kadota, Mr. Gordon (President, National Association of Japanesc
Canadians)
Constitution ofCanada, 13:5-7, 10-3, 19,25

Kanary, Mr. Ron (Vice Chairman, Coalition ol‘ Provincial
Organizations for the Handicapped)
Constitution of Canada, 12226-37

Kaplan, Hon. Robert (L-York Centre; Soiicitor General)

Advcrtising, 41:68-70

Amending procedure, 40:15-26; 41:25-33, 72-5, 83-5

Britain, legislation enabling Canadian constitutional amdt., 41 :63-6
Charter of rights, 40:32; 41:7-22, 86-8; 42r26-7, 30-6, 39-41
Conforences, 4l :57-8

Constitution of Canada, 40:14-33; 41:6-46, 49-88; 42:1 1, 16-9, 26-7,

30-6, 39-41; 43241-50, 59, 64-6, 69-70, 74-6, 83-9, 94-5, 105-6;
44:9-10, 25-6

Crown liability, 40:31

Élections, 43:83-9

“Everyone”, 43:41-50; 44z9- 10

Federal-provincial relations, 41261-2

Freedom of information, 43:105-6

House of Commons, duration, 43:94-5

l-louse of Commons, staff, 43:76

Labour unions, 43169-70, 74-5

Language of instruction, 41:3S-43

Lega1rights,41:15-6

Linguistic and cultural rights, 4216-8

Mineral resourccs, 41:44-5, 49-51

Non-discrimination rights, 41:l8–24

Point ol‘ order, minislcrs, availability to Committee, 42:11

Point of order, ministcrs, interventions pcrmittcd during Committee

proceedings, 42:18-9

Prcss/media, 43164-6

Property rights, 41:11; 43:59; 4425-6

References, 44:10

Resolution to Queen, amdts., 44:9-10

Sonate, 41151-4, 59-60, 77-9, 82-3

Unilatcral action, 4l:79-8l

War Measures Act, 4017-30; 41:6, 13

Writs of assistance, 4lzl3-4

Yukon Territory, 41155-6

Kaszuba, Mr. Jan (President, Canadian Polish Congress)
Constitution of Canada, 92102-3, 111, 118-22

Keeper, Mr. Cyril (NDIL-Winnipcg-St. lames)
Constitution of Canada, 9:l5-7; 27:1 1 1-2

Kellermann, Mr. J. Robert (Legal Counsel, Canadian Abortion Rights
Action Leaguc)
Constitution of Canada, 24:99-101, 105-14

Kent, Mr. T.D. (Canadian Lifc Insurance Association)
Constitution of Canada, 33:92

Kickingbird, Mr. Kirk (Legal Counsel, Federation of Saskatchowan
lndians)
Constitution of Canada, 29:1 1-3; 31:72-3, 76, 87-8

Kiesewalter, Mr. Dietrich (Co-ordinating Chairman, German-
Canadian Committee on the Constitution)
Constitution of Canada, 2637-40, 44, 47-50

Kilgour, Mr. David (PC-Edmonton-Strathcona)
Constitution of Canada, 2lz48-9; 29:14-5, 31-3, 44-5, 63-5, 75-6

Killen, Mr. Stuart (Research Director, Union of Nova Scotia lndians)
Constitution of Canada, 32:89, 95

Killens, Mrs. ‘I‘hérèse (L—Saint-Miche1)
Constitution of Canada, l9z23-4

King, the late Rt. Hon. W.L, Mackenzie, see Charter of rights

King, Mr. Frcd (PC—-Okanagan-Similkameen)
Constitution ofCanada, 56:30, 34-6
Rcfcrences, householder mailing divisivc, 56:33-6

King, PastorRny (Donominalional Éducation Committecs of
Nowfoundland)
Constitution of Canada, 35158-9, 68

Kinsella, Dr. Noel A. (Chairman, New Brunswick Human Rights
Commission)
Constitution of Canada, llz27-45

Kirby, Michael, sec Federal-Provincial Relations Office

Kistabîsh, Mr. Major (Algonquin Council)
Constitution of Canada, 31:9-1O

Kistahish, Ms. Pamela (Algonquin Council)
Constitution of Canada, 31:21

Kistabish, Mr. Richard (Algonquin Council)
Constitution of Canada, 3126-9, 16-8

Klassen, Mr. J.M. (Executive Secrctary, Mennonite Central
Committee (Canada))
Constitution of Canada, 12:51

Knodel, Mr. Benno (Chairman, German-Canadian Alliance of
Alberta, German-Canadian Committee on the Constitution)
Constitution 0l » Canada, 26:53 ,

Knowles, Hon. Stanley (NDlk-Winnipeg North Centre)
Organization meeting, 1:16-7, 53-4, 57, 86-7

Krenke, Dr. Arthur (Historien, German-Canadian Committee on the
Constitution)
Constitution of Canada, 26:42-5, 48-52, 57-8

Ku Klux Klan, historical background, resurgcnce, 22214-21, 133; 24:13

LaBillois, Mr. Wallace (Eider, National lndian Brotherltood)
Constitution of Canada, 27:75-6

Labour, see Committee-Witnesses, Business

Labour unions, 29:81; 32:11
Freedom of association cffect, 4:46-9; 43167-77
See also Collective bargaining; Mobility rights-Employrnent

La Fédération des Francophones Hors Québec Inc., see
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

La Forest, Professor Gérard V. (University ofOttawa)
Constitution of Canada, 3416-31, 34-7, 40-55
Referenccs, sec Committce—Witnossos; Patriation

Lafraizce, Mr. Guy (Legal Adviscr, Montreal Urban Community
Police, Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police)
Constitution of Canada, 1416-7, 12-3, 18-9, 25

Laing, the latc Senator Arthur, 49298-9

Lamontagne, Senator Maurice (lnkerman)
Amending procedure, l9:68-9
Charter ofrights, 15:29 .
Committee, proceedings, broadcasting, 1:66
Committee, travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:86
Constitution of Canada, 1:18, 23,28, 55, 61, 66, 86; 2:12, 47-9;
35395110; l2:l28-30; 15:29: 19:66-9
Constitutional assembly, l2:129

Note: See page l for Dates and Issues

26 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Lamontagne, Senator Maurice——Conl.

Linguistic and cultural rights, 2:48

Organization meeting, 1:18, 23, 28, 55, 61, 66, 86; 2:12

Points of order
Agenda and procedure suboommittee, 1:18
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. lrwin), and

rcquesting Witnesses, amdt, (Mr. Nystrom), 1:28

Procccdings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:66
Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:86

Premiers, consensus, 19:67

Resolution t0 Quccn, amdts, 2147-9

Unilatcral action, 19:66

Western provinces, 12:128

Landers, Mr. Mike (L—Saint John)
Constitution of Canada, 19178-80

Landolt, Mrs. Gwen (Legal Counsel, Campaign Lite-Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 34:116-29

Lang, Mr. Peter (LwKitchener)
Constitution of Canada, 12:37-9

Languagc of instruction, 2:30, 43; 12:1 12; 291139; 34:57

Alberta formula, 9:116-7

Amdts. relating to some but not all provinces, 41:41
Anomalies, 11:11-2

Bilingualisnt principle, 23:10, 13-4, 19-21, 28

Bill C-60 of 30th Parliament, 4181-2

Canadian Bar Association position, 6:25; 15:10
Citizenship qualifications, 7:96—8; 8 2
Class systcm, creating, 4:10-2, 80; 7:55-6

Corbin position, 4l:41—3; 48:94-6

Costs. 9:14; 30:52

Duclos position, 4:18-21, 30; 48:97-8

“Educational facilitics”, 6:14; 13:29; 38137-8, 107—11;41:36-7, 40;

481108-11, 114

Federal position, 2:43; 36:17; 4894-6, 107-20

Federation of Canadian Municipalities position, 9213-4

First ministers rosolution, February 1978, 41:36; 48:97-8
Francophones outside Que., 4:20; 6:26-7; l3:29-30; 14:58

Franco-Manitobans, 10:26-34
See a/so Official languages minorities

Freedom of choicc, 6:13, 25-6, 38-9; 10:26-7, 40-2; 11:12-3, 17-21, :

24-5; 21212-3, 18-9; 22:80, 96-8, 99-101

Immigrants/ethnie groups, preferences, 23:12, 18

Language tests, 48:1 12-4

Malépart position, 4:18

Manitoba, 14:61: 48:108; 53:66-7

Mobility riglits rclationship, 6:34-7, 42; 8132; 10:23, 41

Multiculturalism, affecting, 9:105-7, 110-1, 115-9; 14:57-8, 61-4,
69-70; 26155-6‘, 29:64, 126-7, 138

National Congrcss of Italian-Canadians (Quebec regiom/Senator
Rizzuto proposal, 23:9-1l, 17-9, 22, 25-6, 29

National unity, affecting, llzl3-5, 20-3

New Brunswick, 19279-80

New Democratic Party position, 4896-107

Newfoundland, 41 z43v4

Pepin-Robarts task force recommendations, 6:25; 35:17, 34

Positive Action Committee proposa1,7:55-7,71-5; 11:11; 13:36

Post-secondary lcvcls, 8:32—3; 13:29

Premiers position, 3:l6-7; 6:25; 38:81-3

Progressive Conservativc position, 41:99-100, 106

Provincialjurisdiction, 6:17-8: 850-3; 11122-3; 12:12; 13:31;
14:56-7, 61, 68-9; 19:62; 4898-107, 115-6

Public opinion, 6:25

Quobec languagcs policy, Bill 101, relationship, 3:54—5; 4:11, 18-9;
8:46; 11:1l-2; 22:87-8, 98; 23:11-2, 67; 29:59; 37:31-2, 36;
39123-5

Lnnguage ofinstruction-Çbnt.

Quebcc, right to select immigrants, 4:19-22; 6:l3-4, 26
Regionalism, 10229-34, 41
Saskatchewan, l2:9-11, 14-5, 22-5; 14:61; 30:50-}
School boards, 6:23; 7:57; 8:33, 47-52: 11:13-4;13:29-30;48:110-1
“Wherc nuinbcrs warrant”, 33169-70

Application, P.E.I. legislation, 14:82

Courts intcrpreting, 3:18, 66-7: 4:28-31, 60-1; 38:36-7; 41238-9

Hatfield position, 38:37
Majority riglit to appeal, 41:40, 43
Dclcting, 6:13-4, 18-20, 26; 7:56, 64-6, 74-5; 8:32, 46-7; 1219-11,
17-24; 13:29, 34-5; 21:8, 22; 2236-9; 35:40

Ontario, 41 :34-40

See a/so Quebec-wLanguages policy, Bill 101

Lapierre, Mr. Jean (Ir-Shefford)
Agc, 11:45
Amcnding procedure, 4:67; 28:43-4; 411121-3
Britain, 2:41
Charter of rights, 3:47-9; 12:55; 22:l9-20; 24:36-7
Committee
Quorum, 1:97
Travel, 1:81
Witnesses, 1:42; 1293-4; 24:19
Conscription Plebiscite (1942), 52:28
Constitution of Canada, 1:42, 81, 97; 2:18-20, 40-1; 3:40, 47-9; 4:67,
104; 6:30-2; 8:43—7; 11144-5; 12:53-5, 93-4; 13:49-50; 14:9 100,
115; 17:15-6; 2lz22-4; 22119-21, 71-2, 88-90; 2328-30; 24:19-20,
34-7, 56-8; 26154-6 8:42-4; 412120-3; 42145-6 3:25, 58-60,
4: 48, 64, 67, 129-31; 47 5, 19, 42; 48:’l‘6-7,
,50:61—3; 52:25, 28, 107-8; 53258-9, 62
Democratic rights, 22:21
Freedom of conscience, 12:54-5
Jurisdictions, 46148; 49:31-2
Labour unions, 43:67
Language of instruction, 8146-7: 21 :22; 2288-9
Legal rights, 22:21; 461129-31
Linguistic and cultural rights, 6:31-2; 8243-6; 142100; 26255-6;
48:76-7
Multiculturalism, 22:89-90; 23:29
National unity, 42:45
Native rights, 17:15—6; 22:71-2
Official languages policy/bilingualism, 6:32; 23:29
Organization meeting, 1:42, 81, 97; 2118-20
Points of order
Adjournmcnt, M., 2:18; 3:87
Agenda and procedure subcommittce, reports, first, M,, 2:20
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. Irwin), and
requesting Witnesses, amdt, (Mr. Nystrom), 1:42
Documents, tabling, M. (Mr. Beatty), 3:40
Ministcrs, availability to Committee, 42104
Quorum, official opposition, including, M, (Mr. Beatty), 1:97
Travcl, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:81
Witnesses, appearance bcfore Committee, 12:93-4
Press/inedia, 24:19-20; 26:55; 43:63-5
Privacy, 24:37; 46:64, 67
Property rights, 4358-60; 44115-8, 24
Quebcc, 2:40-1; 41:120-2; 52125
Rcferenccs, 9:101; 45:28
See also Constiltationæ-Public involvement;
Monarchy—-Abolislting
Resolution to Queen. 13:50; 21:23-4; 23:29; 50:61-}
Senate, 52:108
Sexual orientation, 24:35
Suprcmo Court, 22:71
Unilateral action, 28:44

Note: See page I for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 27

Lapointe, Senator Renaude (Mille lsles)

Abortion, 34:128-9

Charter ol‘ rights, 341128

Constitution of Canada, 10216-8; 24115-7; 29:l5-6; 33:53-4, 95-6;

34:l28-9

Disabled and handicapped, 10216-8

Lite insurancc rates, 33:95-6

Press/mcdia, 24115-7

LaSalle, Hon. Rocli (PC-Joliettc)
Constitution ol Canada, 4:104-10; 8:35-7; 12:12-4; 28136-9, 42-3
Languagc ofinstruction, 12:14
Linguistic and cultural rights, 8:36; 12:14
Unilateral action, 41105-10; 8z35-6; 12212-3

Leavy, Mr. James (Council ol Quebcc Minorities)
Constitution of Canada, 8233-5

Ledrly, Dr. Francis (National President, World Fcderalists of Canada)
Constitution ot Canada, 25:20-4, 28-9

Legal rights, 5:9-l0; 22:61, 109, 118; 32:12, 16-7; 41:15-6

Bail, 15:8; 24:44; 36:13; 47:53

Canadian Association for the Prevontion of Crime position, 24243-4

Civil procccdings, 15:12, 21; 22:l08«9, 117

Courts, access, 15:28

“Cruel and unusual punishment », 22:110;47:73-80

Double jeopardy, 7:92-3; 47:60-4

Drafting, 22:l21

Évidence, 5:10, l8; 7:l5-6, 27-9, 92;9:13l;11:33;14:8-9,ll,19-20;

15:8
Administration ofjustice, affccting, 481121-5
Federal position, 36:18
Illcgally obtaincd, admissibility in court, 11:39; 14:11, 22-7;
I5:l8-21;2l:l5-6;22:61, 108, 126-7; 24:44-7, 50; 34:57, 75

Progressive Conservative position, 41 z 100-1

Fair hearing, 46:45-55
Provincial jurisdictions, 46148-51

Flexibility, 24:47-8

Fundamental justice, 14:28-9; 21:20-1; 22:21
See (UEO beIow “Natural justice“

Informing accused, 7:13; 14:7, 12-5; 29:26; 4731-43

zlnnocence, presumption, 7:91

Intcrprctcr during proccedings, 24:44; 47183-8

Justice, administcring, courts discretion, 14:Z8-9

« Natural justice »/due process, 21:14-5; 46230-45
Abortion, relationship, 46:43

New Democratic Party position, 44:6-12

Police/law enfoncement agencics, 32112-3

Progressive Conservative position, 44:12-31

z Punishable offences, 47:54-9, 64-9

Right to counsel, 7:90-1; 22:78, 89, 107-9; 37224-5; 462125-35
Federal position, 36:12; 4
Funding, 24:44; 29:26; 3 . ,
Hogan case, 7:1 l, 15, 28; 22:10

Right to romain silent, 7:21-2; 21:7, l5; 24:48-9

Right to trial within reasonable time, 14:17

Security of pcrson, 19:28

Selfincrimination, 14:8, 14, 18-9, 27; 15:8; 21:7-8; 22:1 10; 24248-9;

36:l2«3; 462135-7; 47:22-5, 43-5, 80-3

Canadian Association of Chiefs ct » Police position, 47225-8
New Democratic Party position, 47:27, 44-52

Trial byjury, 457-8; 7:21; 9:45; 15:12; 21:15; 24:47; 47154-7
Federal position, 36:12

Witnesses, 47:65-7

See alsa Linguistic and cultural rights-Courts and legislatures;

Native peoplc; Search and seizure; Young oftenders

Leggatt, Mr. Stewart, M.L.A. (Legal Counsel, Nishga Tribal Council) , ,
Constitution 01’ Canada, 26:10-1

‘ Legislation

Bill C-60 of 30th Parliament, see Charter of rights; Languagc of
instruction; Linguistic and cultural rights—Courts and
legislatures; Native rights; Senate——Supreme Court; Unilateral
action——Provinces—Supreme Court

See alro Britain; Disabled and handicapped

Legislntures

Language of debate, see Linguistic and cultural rightswCourts and
legislaturcs

Members, discipline, 43:87-8

See aIso Charter of rights; House of Commons; Qucbec—National
Assembly; Resolutiom-New Brunswick; Senate; Yukon
Territory

Lehr, Mr. Reinhold (President, Alberta Chamber of Commerce)
Constitution or » Canada, 2735-7, 45-9, 52, 58-61, 67-74

Le Moignan, Mr. Michel (Interim Leader, Union Nationale)
Constitution of Canada, 28229-50

Leone, Dr. Laureano (President, Council of National Ethnocultural
Organizations of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 22:74-6, 85, 92

Lepofsky, Mr. David (Mcmber of the Ontario Board of Directors,
Canadian National Institute for the Blind)
Constitution of Canada, 25:5-19

Lêvcsque, Mr. Gérard (Secretary General, Association canadienne-
françaisc de l‘0ntario)
Constitution of Canada, 8235-6, 40-2, 45-8, 52

Levi, Chie! Albert (Union of New Brunswick lndians)
Constitution of Canada, 32:76, 89

Lewycky, Mr. Laverne (NDPm-Dauphin)
Constitution of Canada, 14:63-5; 22:84-7; 29:l32—5

Liberal Party
New Democratic Party support, 42:15; 46212-4; 5393-5
See aIra Committee-«Sittings
See alro Abortion; Committee—Deadline—Travel; Linguistic and
cultural rights; Native rights; Property rights; Resolution

Library of Parliamcnt, ree Committee-Data
Lieutenant Governors warrants, 46: 1 24; 47:74
Life insurance rates, effeot of non-discrimination rights, 33;87-99

Lindsey, Rev. Robert (Associate Secretary—Division of Mission in
Canada, United Church of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 29:83-5, 90-1

Linguistic and cultural rights

“Absolute rights”, 23:19

Acadians, 2:32; 6:26

Air Canada, affecting, 4:140-1

Alberta, 26:53

Alberta New Democratic Party position, 332104
Amending procedure thrcat, 4:61-3; 6:21-3, 33-4
Association culturelle franco-canadienne de la Saskatchewan

position, 322139-40

Bilingualism, opposition, 56:34-5

Blakcney position, 30241-2

British North America Act provisions, 32:104, 119-20
Business Council on National Issues position, 33zl44 .
Cohcn position, 34:93

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

28

Linguistic and cultural rîghtsmCorxl.

Courts and 1egislatures,2:26-7; 3:55-7:4:92-3′
l3:40-l, 51; 17:50; ..:103; 27:20-1; 33:8
35z33-4, 38; 54197-8

Bill C-60 of 30th Parliamcnt, 4z80-3

British Columbia,7:77-9;22:122; 51:81

Canadian Jewish Congrcss position, 7:95-6

Charter o! » rights, affccting, 37:29-30

Chrétien position, 2343-4; 3879-81; 48:70-1, 74-5

Courts, prcvious agrecment re, 37:42-3

Criminal cases, right to trial in eitlicr official languagc, 15: 10, 23

Duclos position, 3879-81

Federal position, 2:27-9; 355-7, 60-1; 4:20-3; 37:30-4, 38;
4882-5; 51:76, 90-2; 52 2-6

Federal-provincial confereticc, Ottawa, Sept. 8- 1 2/80, 2:28-31,
44-5

Franco-Onlariaits, 38:9l-3

Joyal position, 37:39

Languages other tltan Frcncli/Englisli, 22:79, 82-4, 90, 96-9, 102

Manitoba,4:137-9;6:l2,22;10:25-8,34-9, 42-5; 27:28; 34:84;
35:48; 48:78

New Brunswick, 2’28’ 3:17; 8:44; 19:49, 62-3, 73, 76-8; 35:48;
37:27-8, 36 -1, 64, 69-71, 76, 81-2; 52:82-3

Irlatfield position, 2:27, 34, 43; 4:l38; 6:19, 23, 27; 13240-1;
36:16; 48:70, 74
See a/so below Ontario, including with

New Dcmocratic Party position, 2128-30; 1038-9; 51:76, 79;
56:52, 58-60

Nystrom position, 2:26-30, 34-5, 40; 8:31; 12:20, 25; 48266-7

Ontario Coniercncc of Catholic Bishops position, 3367, 70, 78-81

Otttario, includitig with N.B., 2z26-30, 48; 3:60; 4’ ‘52-3,
61-2, 69-70, 75-9, 95-6; 8:31; 10:38-9; 11:19; 13 3-5; 19:77-8;
21. 2; 22:90; 23:l1-3, l8, 21-2; 27:15, 21-2; 28:43; 34:l58
35:39

Davis position, 2327-9, 43, 48; 3117-8; 4:22-3; 8:31, 37-41, 44-5,
49-52; 13:28, 40-1; 30 37:27-9, 31, 36-42; 48:80
Symbolic importance, 7:6 40,43; 10:39; 13146-7; 48:65

Ontario, progross, 13:46-9; 19:75-6; 48:62-9, 72-7; 52:79-82

Opting-in, 27:22; 37:44-6; 48160-1, 70-80, 87-92

Positive Action Committee position, 7:52-3, 61-2, 69-70

Prince Edward lsland, 12:20; 14:l0O

Provinces, voluntary acceptance, 2:48; 10:34-5

Quebec and Manitoba, 2:27-30; 3:17, 55-6; :1l-2; 10231-2; 13:44;
15:9

Quebec position, 2:44; 6:12

Quebec sovcrcignty association refercndtrm, relationshila,
19:58-61; 37:37-8

Roblin position, 12:20

Ryan position, 23:16—7; 36:16; 37:38, 41

Saskatcltcwan, 2:30, 35; 3:61; 12:12-6, 20-1, 25;30:41-3;32:140-1

Trudeau position, 37:33

Victoria cotifercnce (1971) position, 3:27-8

Crombic position, 48:60-6, 70-2

Diversity, rcflecting, 14:54

Entrenching after patriation, 34:16]

Equality principle,2:42-3;6:11;8:30-1; 12:11, l8; 13:30; 19148-9,
55, 59-61

Legislative irregularities, correcting, 4:31-2

Federal position, 36115-6

Federatioti of Canadian Municipalities position, 9:8-l0, 21

Francophones outsidc Quo, 13:30-]; 141100; 29: 8; 321139;
34:114, 143-S; 35:40

Alberta, 27:52-3, 67
Franco-Ontarians, 37:34-7
Fraser remarks, 52170-2

:27, 31-2; 8:36-7;
34:143, 157-8;

CONSTITUTION or CANADA

Linguistic and cultural rightsnCont.
Government service to public in either official language, 6:12; 8:32,
36,456;12:8-11;27129-30;32:139-40;36:16-7;54:98
See nlso Social services

Health care services, 7:53-5; 8:33

Landed immigrants, affecting, 23:28

Liberal position, Nystrom remarks, 2:26-7

Minority groups, “political status”, 21:13

“Mothcr longue“, 6:45-7; 11:11-2; 22:79, 88, 99-100

Neccssiiy, 6110-1,15-8,38; l0:24-5;13:27-8

New Brunswick, 342158

See aIro above Courts and legislatures

“Nothing in this Charter limits”, 41:86-8; 42:16-8; 48:79-80
Nova Scotia legislation, 17:43

Official Languagcs Act, includiitg, 27:19-23

Ontario

Hatfield Oct. 20/80 New York remarks, 1956-9, 74-5
See aIso above Courts and legislatures
Ontario Confcrcncc of Catholic Bishops position, 33160-1, 66-71,
76-81
See also above Courts and legislatures

Opting-in, 6:44-5; 52:69-84

Pepin-Robarts task force position, 35:48

Petro-Canada, affecting, 4: 141

Priorities, 628-30

Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan position, 32:l20,

132, 141-2

Public opinion polls, Canada West Foundation, etc., 1337-40
Quchec position, 27:23-4

Radio, telcvision, 8:33; 12:9

Rémillard position, 35147

Saskatchewan, 12:8-12, 20; 13:31

Social Crcdit Party ot » Alberta position, 33:179

Trudeau Oct. 22/80 remarks, 27:l0-1

See alto Air transport; Charter of rights-“Reasonable limits”;

Legal rights—lntcrprctcr; Native people

Littlecltild, Mr. Willy (Legal Counsel, lndian Association of Alberta)
Constitution of Canada, 31:64, 69-70, 73, 85-6

Love, Professor D.V. (Faculty of Forestry, University ot‘ Toronto)
Constitution of Canada, 24:82-7, 91-2, 96-7

Lucier, Senator Pattl (Yukon)

Amending procedure, 5298-9

Charter of rights, 3:21; l2:69-70; 29:33-4

Chi1dren’s rights, 21146-7

Conferences, 14:41; 41:56-8; 51:l3-4, 26

Constitution ct” Canada, 3:31-2; 12:68-71; 14:38-41, 51; 18:17-20,
27; 19:45-6; 21:46-7; 22:149-50; 26:7-8; 27:103-4; 29:33-4;
33:120-3; 39112; 4l:55-8; 4830-1; 49z32-3; 51:13-4, 26, 59;
52:89, 98-9

Council of the provinces, Yukon and N.W.T., affecting, 33:l22-3

Mobility rights, l2:70-l; 39:12

Native rights, 3:32; l8:19-20; 221149-50; 272103-4; 33:120-2

Northwest Territories, 12:68-70

Point of order, qucstioning of witncsscs, lime limit, 52:89

References, 12171

Yukon Territory, 18:17-8; 41:55-6

Lupul, Mr. Manoly (Director, lnstitute ol Ukrainian Studies,
Ukrainian Canadian Committee)
Cortstitution ol‘ Canada, 14:53-71

Lyon, Hon. Sterling R. (Premier, Manitoba), ree Charter of rights

MacDonald, Dr. Clarke (Senior Secretarym-Officc of Church in
Socicty, United Church of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 29278-93

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA ‘ 29

MacDonald, Hon. David (The Canadian Conneetion) Mackasey, Hon. Bryce .
Constitution of Canada. 32:55-7, 64-5, 71-4 “Everyono”, 43:52- 44:25
MacDonald, Hon. Flora (PCwKingston and the Islands) Ëîäîä-Ëlflfli’ îâäîîîëgsfigèÿgâæmlg’ i846; 34:1 l3; 3532i
Constitution of Canada, 9:62-7, 132-5; 21:24-6 Fœcdém 01155500111110111432714
Macdotngall, Falher Angus (General Secretary, Ontario Conference cf FFCËÜQHIV 01 0015010095, 12156
Catholic Bgshops) Jurisdictions, provincial, 4:116-7; 34:43-S
Constitution or Canada, 33:74, 86 1<1ng,Mr.,rcfcrences.56:33-6 _ _ , _ Language ofinstruciion, 10:40-2; 14367-8; 21218-9; 2326-8; MacGuigan, Hon. Mark, See Britanv-Legisiaiion, Thatchcr 43199401 govcrnmcnt; Disabled and 11andicapped-Non-discriminalion L119 Însurance m1551 3393.9 « E1115 Linguistic and cultural rights, 3:59-60; 6:38 7169-70; 11:19; 12:25; Macknsey,110,11g1.yce(1,__11nco1,,1 13:51; 2 9-21,67:30:41-3; 32139-41; 34114, 143; 3723-9; Abonion, 29:14; 43:43 Mügfiäfjlfèââ=sîéë7z_ 3 Albcita Meulage Savings Trust Fund, 321139 Multicuuuralishï) 2615241; 2921369 Alberta New Democratic Party, 332132 . . Amending procedure,3:57-8;4:41-4,73-5;5:21-2;14:110-1; 17:54; Nagäegrôggîîèægmsi 18324‘ 22114486; 271×094 l’ 15041313324‘ 27:l7-9; 28747-9; 29:58; 30:40; 32:27, 59-60, 72; 34:78, 114, ‘ ; Z _ 14211 17113532241;363641331246;39:1g;40:2(1_3;41:31_2_ Natural resources, 8:22; 32138-9; 33zl85-7; 3833-4, 101-S 117-9: 5l:8l-7, 91-3, 109-12 Newfolundland-Iîabrador, 53:46 Brilain, 35:24; 37:18; 48:56-7; 50:34-5, 55-6 NOH-dlscîllnlnaîlon rights, 29:12 Nystrom, Mr., refcrenees, 8:28 British North America Act, 34344-6 , _ _ Casgrain’ 391-13101- Thérèsc’ refcrences’ 213341 Orgamzation meeting, 1:30-1, 44-5, 48, 55, 65-8, 87-8; 2: 1 2-6 Charteroirights, 518-22; 12:55; 13:18; 14:66; 24:38, 51; 26:50-1; 930131100» 34143-4 2212-3; 30:40; 3224-6; 34178-9, 145; 35:75-6; 49:52-a P011115 0m40‘ _ _ , ‘ _ Chréflcn)M1g_1«e1“c1—enccs)4o;5 Amdis, opposition presemation t0 Committee, 41:91; 42:15, 22 Committee Documents, 50:27-8 Appending {o minutes and evidcnce,33:111-3 Tabling, M.(Mr.Bea1Iy)13:41-3 Documents, briefs, advertising fox‘, M, (Mr. Irwin), and requcsting witnesscs, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1230-1, 44-5 McGrath privilege, 45:17, 22-4 Meetings, seheduling, 36:69 Members remarks, 271123-4 Membcrship, 3:47 Deadline, 9123-5, 32-7 Members, 35:82 Procecdings, broadcasting, 1:48, 55 Procecdings, proccdurai delays, 9: 102 Reconnnendalions, 31:91 Sitting, 1029-30 Statistics, 23:49 Travel, 1:87-8 Witnesses, 1:30-1, 44-5; 9:121; 1290-5; 14;124-5; 2347-50, 70-1; Minister-s, availabilityto Committee, 4:98, 102-4 27;47;23;54-7; 2957; 29;135.6;32;5g.9;34;6.7 Procedural mauers, agenda and procedure subcummittcc refcrral, Confedcration, 35:21 M., 214-6 Conferences, 32:25, 58; 34:78 Proceedings, postponing. 47:1 1-2 Constitution of Canada, 1;3o-1, 44-5, 48, 55, 65-8, 87-8; 2:12-ô, Procccdings. radio and TV broadcasting. M- (Mr. Epp), 1:48, 55 33-5; 3:20-1, 37, 41-3, 47, 57-60; 4:41-4, 73-5, 98-9, 102-4, Questioning ofwitncsses, 3:20-1; 292119-20; 35:30; 50:68 116-7, 141; 538-22; 6:7, 37-40; 7:48, 66-70, 85; 810-4, 28, 38; Reports to both Houses, drafi consideration, in camera meetings, 9123-5, 32-7, 102, 121-3, l39,1S2;10:29-30, 39-42; 11:16-9; M. (Mr. S. Robinson), 56157-8 12:25, 55-6, 90-5, 125, 133-5; 13:17-9,51; 14:63-5, 108-l1, Travel, M, (Mr. Epp), lz87-8 124-5;17:7-11, 53-6, 63, 94-6; 18232-5; 19:21-3, 44-5; 21:16-20; Witnesses 22:45, 49, 128, 144 6’ 23:26-8, 46-9, 56, 59, 62-3, 70-1; Appearance before Committee, 8:28; 12:90-5 24:37-41, 51-3; 26:49-53; 27316-21, 47, 66-8, 109-11, 123-4, M., 2:16 150-l; 28z47-9, 54-7; 29112-4, 57-9, 77, 119-21, 135-42; Schcduling, 33152-3, 56-7 30139-43: 3152-4, 82, 88-93; 32:21, 24-7, 57-62, 71-5, 138-41; Stalemenls, 33rl0l 33 4-8, 52-3, 56-7, 81-3, 98-101, 111-3, 132, 147-50, 183-7; Witnesses/meetings/report deadliilc, M. (Senalor Austin), 34 43-6, 77-80, 113-S, 142-7, 170-1; 3521-5, 30, 45, 74-6, 23:46-9, 70-1 82; 6-9, 35-8; 37:l7-8, 28-9; 3823-7, 33-4, 101-5; 39:18; 40:5, Process, 3258-62, 71-5 20- 1:16, 31-2, 81-3, 9l, 113-20; 42:15, 22, 45; 43:18-21, 31, Progressive Conservative Party, 54:1 18-21 48, 52-3, 71-2; 44:9-l1, 25, 3l; 45113-4, 17-8, 22-4; 46172-3, Property rights, 44:10-] 114-5; 47:1 1-2; 48:51-7, 61, 67-9, 99-101; 4952-3; 50:27-8, 34-6, Public opinion polis, 3:37, 41-3; 38:23 55-6, 68. 87; 51:49, 81-7, 91-3, 105, 109-12; 5236-41, 55, 83-4, Quebec, 2:34-5; 358-9; 638-40; 7266-7; l0:40-l; l1:l6-9; 14:67-8; 99-100; 53:43, 46, 54-5; 54:93, 118-21, 128-30; 56:30, 33-6, 57-8 17253-4; 29:59; 341114; 5236-41, 83 Constitutionai assemb1y, 32:26; 33:25-7 Reïerences, 2:35; 21:19; 54:l28-9 Consultations, 7:67-9; 3039-40 See also Charter uf1‘ights-—“Reas0nab1elimits »; Convention/precedencc, 34:44 Commitiee-Travcb-Witncsses; Native pcopIe-«Canadian Denominationai/independent schools, 19:2l-3;29:77;33:81-3 righis; PatriationwDeiaying; Pubiic opinion polls; Deportalion, 4672-3 Resolution——Amdts., Progressive Conservativc; Unilateral Disabled and ltandicapped, 39:18 actiom-Fcdcral position, Committee Economic union, 8:2l-2 Resolution to Queen, 3l:91-3; 34:77; 41:1 13-6; 43:20-l Energy po1icy,33:148-50 Senate, 36:38; 41182-3; 52:l00 Epp, Mr., rcferences, 23:46; 31:53 Sexuai orientation, 2439-41; 32:24 Equa1ization,8:24 Unilaieral action, 6:40; 34:145-7 Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues 30 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA Mackasey, Hon. Bryce-Conz. War Mcasurcs Act, 41:16 Western provinces, 12:133 Women, 29:13 MacKay, Hon. Elmer (PC-——Central Nova) Constitution o! » Canada, 17143-4 MacLean, Hon. Angus J. (Premier, Prince Edward Island) Constitution of Canada, 14:71-116 Macquarrie, Senator Heath (Hillsborough) Constitution of Canada, 14:84-6 Madahbee, Mr. Patrick (President, Union ot » Ontario lndians) Constitution of Canada, 31:21-8,4l Magnet, Mr. Joseph Elliott (Counsel, Canadian Jewish Congress; Société franco-manitobaine; Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops) Constitution of Canada, 7:91, 99-100, 109; 10:24-44; 33:62-7, 70-3, 78-81, 85-6 Mahoney, Miss Maureen (Public Affairs Manager, Alberta Chamber ot’ Commerce) Constitution of Canada, 27:45, 51-3, 58, 63-4, 69, 73 Maldoff, Mr. Eric (Presidcnt, Council of Quebec Minoritics) Constitution of Canada, 830-2, 37-43, 46-53 Malépart, Mr. Jean-Claude (L——Ste.-Marie) Constitution ot » Canada, 6:41, 45-7 Quebcc, languages po1icy,6:45-7 References, me Languagc ot‘ instruction Malichi, Mr. Marek (Canadian Polish Congrcss) Constitution of Canada, 9:108-20 Maloney, Mr. Peter (Member ofthe Exccutive Committee, Canadian Association of Lesbians and Gay Men) Constitution of Canada, 24:23, 26-9, 35-41 Manitoba Green, Sid (provincial cabinet minister), see Reso1ution——Federa1 position Languages policy, ree Linguistic and cultural rights-Courts and legislaturœ, Quebec Legislaturc, bills in French, 10:38 See also Denominational/independent schools; Languagc of instruction; Linguistic and cultural rights-Courts and legislatures; Native people——Land claims; Official languagcs minoritics-Francophones outside Que. Manitoba Act, (5.23), courts and legislatures, see Linguistic and cultural rights——Courts and lcgisiatures Manly, Mr. Jim (NDP—-Cowichan-Malahat-The Islands) Constitution of Canada, 3:67-70; 2793-5, 135-8; 28117-9; 31:17; 3290-3; 33:17, 20, 153-4, 168-71; 34:164-7; 38:16-21; 48146-7; 49196-8 Native rights, 3:67-70;27:93-5,117-8,135-8;28:17-9;31:17; 3290-3; 33:17, 20, 169-71; 341164-7; 38116-21; 48:46-7; 49:96-8 Natural resourccs, pricing, 33:168-9 Property rights, 33:153-4, 169 Marceau, Justice Louis, xee Air transport Marital status, non-discrimination rights, 48:20, 31-2 Market Information Research Company, see Process Marketing boards, see Mobility rights Masnn, Mr. James (Union of Ontario lndians) Constitution of Canada, 31221-2 Matas, Mr. David (Chairman, Constitutional and International Law Section, Canadian Bar Association) Constitution of Canada, 15116-20, 25 Mate, Bishop Martin (Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador, Denominational Éducation Committees ofNcwfoundland) Constitution 01″ Canada, 35:53-4 Maternity benefits, see Women—Non-discrimination rights McBride commission (1980), see Press/media—1ntcrnational Commission MeCain, Mr. Fred (PC—Carleton-Charlotte) Constitution of Canada, 11:43-4; 19280-2 McCall, Mr. S. (Cc-Chairman, Positive Action Committee) Constitution ot‘ Canada, 7:55-8, 61-74 McCormick, Dr. Peter (Canada West Foundation) Constitution of Canada, 122103-6 McCreary, Ms. M. (Cc-Chairman, N.D.P. Constitution Committee, Alberta New Democratic Party) Constitution of Canada, 33:108 MeDonald, Ms. Lynn (Fresident, National Action Committee on the Status or » Women) Constitution of Canada, 9257-75 McGill University, See Qncbeæ-Languagc policy, Bill 101 McGrath, Hon. James A. (PC-St. John’s East), Abortion, 22:34-7; 29147-8; 33:63-4; 43:46, 49-52; 49zl3-4, 24-6 Amending procedure, 3:11-4; 9:86-7; 19:69-70; 27:65, 100; 32:75; 34:83; 36123-4; 51:1l1, 119-20; 52:32-ô; 53:38 Austin, Senator, refercnces, 50:67 Britain, 30231-4; 35:29-30; 389-10; 48:57-9; 50:42-5, 55-6 Charter ofrights, 3:14-5;4:84-7;12:126-7; 13:21; 14:l2-4; l5:27-8; 2126-7; 27:64; 2925-8; 33:63; 34:154—6; 50146-7 Childrcn‘s rights, 21133-5 Chrétien, Mr., rcferences, 40:4 Churches, 29:15 Committee, 35:78-9; 52:56-7 Deadline, 8:28—9; 9:32; 17:51 Proceedings, broadcasting, 1:51-2, 66 Travel, 1:79 Witnesses, 1136-7; 7:42-3; 12:91-3, 96-7; 23:50-1; 32:50- Constitution ofCanada, 1136-7, 51-2, 66, 79; 2:12; 337-15 32-5, 84-7, 97, 105; 7:38, 42-3; 8128-9; 9:32, 54, 75 ‘ 10118-20; 12:91-3, 96-7, 123-8; 13:19-21; 14:11-6, 101-3, 114-5; 5:4, 23-8; 17:21-2, 53-6, 6 ;19:9-12,17, 69-71‘ 21:2 ‘ 2:34-7’ 23337-9, 48-52, 75-7, 0; 26:9; 27:28, 1 -1 oo .5. f» se f‘ 6 -7,104,42:11,14,42-3,4 20-3 -8, 101-4, 108-10, 118, 23, 4 5-6, 30, 48, S2, 58-61, 83, 86-7; 48:27-9, 37 ,68-9, 79, 84; 50: 8. 80-2, 88-92; 5434-5, 47; 56112-9, 36, 41, 9-6 Consultations, 33:15]; 38:8 Convention/precedence, 14:l01-3; 15:24-5; 17:52—3; 30131-4; 34138-41, 83-4; 35:26 Deaf, 47:86-7 Note: See page l for Dates and Issues CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 31 McGratlt, Hon. James A.—Conz, Denominational/indepcndent schools, 19:9-12; 33:65; 34:l56 Disabled and handicapped, 10:18-20 Equalization, 17:52; 49:68-9, 79 Freedom of association, 43:76 Freedom of conscience, 14:13 Freedom et’ information, 43:10], 108-10 God, 42:42-3 Japanese Canadians, 13:20 loyal, Mr., rcferences, 50:86-7 Jurisdictions, 48:27-8 Languagc of instruction, 41143-4 Legal rights, 14:12-5; 461130-1; 4732-3 Minerai rcsources, offsliorc, 432-5; 4l:44-5, 48-50; 53:80-2, 88-92; 54234-5 Mobility rights, 27265-6; 33:152; 46:82-3 Native rig11ts,27:100-2 Newfoundland-Labrador, 3zl2-4; 4132-5; z84-5; 34:80-1; 3559-62; 38z55-8, 64-6; 41:45—6; 48:12 9; 53:3 49; 54:47 Non-discrimination rights, 39rl8-9 Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops, 33:6l-2 Organization meeting, 1:36-7, 51-2, 66, 79; 2:12 Points of order Amdts., circulating in advancc, 53:36 Decorutn, 51:45-6; 52:86-7 Divisions, reeorded, 43:78 Documents, appending, M., 35:59 Documents, appending to minutes and evidence, M., 412104 Documents, briefs, advertising l’or, M. (Mr. lrwin), and requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), l:36-7 Members remarks, 271121-4 Members, substitution, 43122-3 Ministers, 4:97; 40:6-7; 42:11; 46:59-6l;48:1 19 Motions, substantive, 7:38 Order of rcferencc, 56:12-5 Points of order, Membcr ot » Parliamcnt not member of Committee, 50:86 Privilcge, 45:13-4, 23,29 Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:51-2, 66 Questioning ot‘ witncsses, 3:7-10 Time limit, 50267-8 Reports to both Houses, time allocation, 56159-60 Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:79 Votes, recorded, requesting, 56:17 Witncsses Appearance before Committee, 7z42-3; 12:91-3, 96-7 Hearing immediately, 13319-20 Schedu1ing,33:55-6 Witnesses/meetings/report deadlinc, M. (Senator Austin), 23149-52 Premiers, consensus, l9:69-70 Privy Council memo, 19:71 Process, 32:52-3, 74-5; 33z28-32 Progressive Conservative Party, constitution position, 56:18-‘) Propcrty rights, 4:87; 45:9—14 Public opinion polls, 3:37; 38:7, 1l Qucbec, sovereignty association referendum, 38:12 Refercnces, me Mineral rcsourcesw-Offshorc jurisdiction, Newfoundland; Ne\vfoundland-Labrador-Terms of Union (1949) Rcsolution to Qucen, 34:42, 82; 42:14; 43:20 Search and seizure, 46:106-7 Statute of Westminster (1931), 50:45-6 Unilateral action, 141101-2; 15123-6; 19:71; 34137-41, 154; 35z26-8; 36122-4; 37210-4; 41:66-7; 50:47 Western provinces, 122124-5 McKenzie, Mr. Wayne (Executive Director, Association ot“ Métis and Non-Status lndians of Saskatchewan) Constitution o1 Canada, 22:139-41 McKillop, Mr. Duncan (Chairman ol Task Force on Constitutional Change, Alberta Chamber ol Commerce) Constitution of Canada, 2737-44, 52-65, 71-3 McLean, Mr. Walter (PC-Waterloo) Constitution of Canada, 17298-9; 22169-71 McLeod, Mr. Roderick (Assistant Deputy Attorney General of Ontario, Canadian Association of Crown Counscls) Constitution of Canada, 14:6, 9-11, 14-6, 20-9 McMillan, Mr. Tltomas (PC-v-Hillsborough) Constitution of Canada, 14296-7 McPhee, Mr. Don (Exccutive Director, Coalition for the Protection 0l‘ Human Life) Constitution of Canada, 22224-6, 43, 49 McRae, Mr. Paul E. (L–—Thunder Bay-Atikokan) Constitution of Canada, 49:53; 50176-8; 54:33-5 McRuer commission, ses Charter et‘ rights Medjuck, Ms. Pamela (Member, National Steering Committee, National Association ot‘ Women and the Law) Constitution of Canada, 2255-60 Memhers of Pnrliament Householder mailings, sec Kingw-Rcferences See aIso Committee—l’roccedings-w-Witnesses Mcnttonite Cetttrttl Committee (Canada), sec Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd; Resolution Mentally retarded, ses Disabled and handicapped Mercer, Mr. Robert (National Managing Director, Canadian National Institute l’or the Blind) Constitution of Canada, 25:4-5 Mercure, Mr. Paul (President, Canadian Association for the Mcntally Retardcd) Constitution of Canada, 1016-8, 13-20 Mercury, Mr. J.A. (Executivc Secretary, National Black Coalition of Canada) Constitution of Canada, 22:11-2, 17-8 Midanik, Mr. J.S. (Past President, Canadian Civil Libertics Association) Constitution of Canada, 7:24-6 Milan, Mr. Rob (Legal Counsel, Association of Métis and Non-Status lndians of Saskatcltewan) . Constitution of Canada, 22:l4l-8, 152 Minerai resources Offshorejurisdietion, 30:47-9 Atlantic, 53z88-92 British Columbia, 4l:50-1 Federal position, 53:86-92 New Dcmoeratie Party position, 53:72, 93-7 Newfoundland, 4132-3, 37-8; 9182-3, 87-8, 98-9; 30:47-8; 4lz44-5, 48-50; 54134-5 McGrath proposa1,54:7(>-80
Progressive Conscrvative position, 53281-4, 89
Provincial control, exploitation by multinational corporations,
54:33—4

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32 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Minerai resourcesw-Cont.
Offshore jurisdiction-Cont.
Saskatchetvnn, 30:24

Mitehell, Mrs. Margaret (NDP—Vancouver East)
Constitution of Canada, 17:70-3, 96, 102; 29140-4, 154-6

Mobility rights
Employmentand residencc, 8:6; 17:46-7; l9z28-9, 35; 27:65-6;
32:13-4; 34:56-7
Affirmative action, affecting, 46:76-7, 82-4, 88-9, 93-6, 100
Alaska Highway gas pipeline construction, 8:12-4, 18; 14131-2,
35, 45-6, 48; 18114-5, 28-9, 34; 26:6-7; 46:75-8, 87-91, 100-1

Citizenship, relationsltip, 46:84-5

Francophones, 38:89-90

Landed intmigrants, affecting, 3:49; 7:87-8

Laurin remarks re effect on professions, 3:47-9

Native peuple, 12:60-1, 66-7, 70-1, 74; 17:18, 85; 27:86; 431121-7;

46:91-4, 99-101

Newfoundland, 9:78; 46282-4

Nova Scotia, 17:46; 46:82

Passports, affecting, 46:74

Poor/disadvantaged, affecting, 29:22-4

_ Prince Edward lsland land use regulations, 3:66; 46:73

“Province“, includiitg N,W.T., 46:84

Provincial barricrs, 5:19-20; 46:72-5, 86

Public opinion polls, 46: 4

Social services, affecting, 4:120-2; 5:22-3; 19:29, 34-5; 292149,

154-8; 46:78-82
Union sirops, alfecting, 46:97-8
Yukon, 3:31-2; 16:1 l-2; 18:28-9, 36; 39:l2-3
.94: tr/so above Alaska Higliway
See also Language ol‘ instruction
Goods and services, 8:6; 9:82, 90-1; 27:65-6
Business Council on National Issues position, 333135-6, 139-41,
152-4
Marketing boards, 8:14-5
Municipalities, comparing, 8:13

Molgot-MaeGuigan eommittee, see Constitution committee (1972)

Molina, Mr. Giovanni (Prcsidcttt, National Congress of ltalian-
Canadians (Quebec Region))
Constitution of Canada, 23:7

Monarclly, 53:65-6

Abolishing, 34:62-Z1, 154-5
Lapicrre position, 4266-7; 31:82; 53157-9, 62
Native rights, affecting, 31. -8, 82-3; 34163-4, 154

See also Native rights-Trcaties

Chrétien position, 5359-65

Progressive Conservativc position, 41:102: 53256-65

Role, 4:45-6

Trudeau position, 53:64

See a/so Charter of rights; National unity——Symbols

Moore, Mr. Kermot (Algonquin Council)
Constitution of Canada, 31110-5

Mormons, sec Church of lesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

Muir, Senntor Robert (Cape Breton-The Sydneys)
Constitution of Canada, 2:17-8; 43:77; 49:81
Organization meeting, 2:17-8

Multiculturalism, 8:41-2; 22:8 :

Bilingualism, relationship, 2 ,
Commissioner, appointing, 29:129, 132, 140-1

9:l27, 134-5, 138-9, 143-4; 32:14

‘F:
m
S
a
5
\1

Multiculturalism-Cortl.

Entrenching, 9:lO4-9, 112-3, 116-9; l4z55-6, 62-5, 70-1; 21:8-9:
22111-5, 75, 78-83, 87-8, 92-4, 98; 23z2i, 29; 26:40-1, 45-8, 52-5;
29:52-3, 59-60, 63, 123, 141-2; 30:15; 34:97; 50:10-l

Constitution committee (1978) position, 29:l24-5
Federal position, 36:18; 48:124-5; 50:14

New Democratic Party position, 48:8; 50:14-9
Progressive Conservative position, 41:100

Federa1policy,9:103, 106, 117-8; 14:54-6, 63; 22:85; 26:52; 28:27;
291122-3, 136-7, 143

Language/culture, relationship, 29:127

“Multiculturalism”, 50:17

Multilingual radio/TV broadcasting, 22:83, 89-90

Native people, relationship, 28:6, 28

Saskatchewan, 50:19-20

See also Immigration; Language of instruction

Municipolities, 9:7-20
See aIro Federation of Canadian Municipalities; Mobility rights

Munro, Mr. Donald (PC-Esquimalt-Saanicli)
Amending procedure, 38:112-3
Britain, legislation enabling Canadian constitutional amdL, 41263-6;
56:3l-3

Capital punishment, 14:25-6

Charter of rights, 13:23; 14:24

Constitution ofCanada, 13:22-3; 1424-6, 40; 38:1l2-3; 3924-7;

41:50-1, 61-6, 90; 48:126; 50:10, 16; 54:74, 79, 102-10; 55:24;
56131-3

Federal-provincial relations, 41:61-2

Fisheries, 54:74

Governor General, 54: 1 06-8

Japanese Canadians, 13:22-}

Minerai rcsources, oilshore, 41:50-1

Multiculturalism, 50:10

Native rights, 54:l02-3

Natural resources, 39z4-7; 54:79

Resolution to Quecn, 50:16

Murawsky, Mrs. Karett (Past Vice President, Alliance for Life)
Constitution ot‘ Canada, 2936-42, 45

Murray, Senator Lowell (Grenvillc-Carleton)
Constitution of Canada, 382107-8, 111

National Action Committee on the Status of Women, ree Charter of
rights— »Reasonable limits“; Committee—Proeeedings,
Procedural delays; Consultations; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submittcd; Resolution

National Anti-Poverty Organization, sec Charter of rights;
Organizalions/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

National Association ofJapanese Canadians, me
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

National Association of Women and the Law, see Non-discrimination
rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

National Black Coalition ot‘ Canada, see Organizations/individnals
appearing and briefs submittcd

National Congress of Itnlian-Canadians (Quebec region), see Charter
of riglits; Language of instruction; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submittcd; Unilateral action

National Energy Boartl, sec Natural resotirceæ-Broadbent proposa!

National Indian Brotherhood, me Amending procedure-Referendum;
Britain-Parliamcnt; Committee——Witnesses; Native rights;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd:
Patriation

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

‘n;

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 33

National unity
“Canada”, 42:37-8, 45; 43:20-l
Symbols,monarc1iy,f1ag,etc., 27:9, 22, 28; 34:18, 44
See also Language of instruction

Native Council ofCanada, aee Organizations/individuals appearing
and briefs submittcd

Native peuple
Affirmative action programs, 12177-8; 18:34; 22:13], 139-40, 148-9;
27:86
Assimilation, 17:14; 28:17, 83; 32:83-4
Britain, relationship, appearanccs bcfore committces, etc, 17:76-7,
111, 117; 31:50-1
British North America Act provisions, 34: 164-5
Canadian rights/spccial rights, Mackascy remarks, l8z32-3
Constitutional rcform, participation, 17:71-2, 108, 115, 130; 18:15;
2â:141, 147; 27z79-83, 111-2; 29:35, 99-100, 103; 31:7, 10, 16,
2 , 49
Funding, 17:84, 98-9, 108, 126; 271113
See aIw Federal-provincial confcrences
Cultural evolution, Hawkes remarks, 32:88
Defining, « natives”, “indians”, etc., 17:74-5, 132-3; 272103;
31:26-3l; 32:84
Discrimination, 22:133-4, 139, 145; 26:25; 27:84-5; 28:13; 29:98;
31:69; 32:81
Économie/social problems, 26:27, 32;29:117;32:85-6
Éducation, 31:9
Employment, sec Mobility rights-Employmcnt and residence
Federal government jurisdiction, 17:87-90; 27:92; 31:26, 29, 88;
32:89-9l; 34:165-6
First Nations dcclaration (Dec. 2/80), 29:96
Historical background, 222129-31; 31:8, 11-3
Indians
Algonquin tribc, 31:6-10, 18-9, 21
Anishinabek, 31:22-33, 40-1
British Co1umbia,26:12-3, 24-5
See alro below Land claims
Caughnawaga rcscrvc, see Native rights—-Expropriation
Cliiefs, electing/appointing, 31:65
Citizcnship rights, 31:27
“Disadvantagcd group », 271136
Land claims
“Aboriginal title“, 26:13-22, 26, 33; 27:129-30, 133-7, 142,
145-9
Settlement/compensation, 31:17, 60-2; 34:l66
British Columbia, Calder case, 26: l0, 13-7, 27-8; 31:88;
32:93-4
Jamcs Bay and Northern Quebec, 25:8, 12, 16-9, 26
Provinces administering, 28t97-8
Yukon, ncgotiations/settlement, l8:7-15, 18, 20, 31-3, 36-7
Land owncrship concept, 28:5, 8-10, 17; 31:18
Micmacs (N.S.), 32:80-], 85, 95
Natural resources ownership concept, 28:5; 29:116
New Brunswick, 32r77-9, 90
Nishga tribe, 26:11-2, 30-1; 27:99
Nuu-Chah-Nulth counci1,27:144
Population, statistics, 31:18
Quebec, antcriority concept, 28:18
Qucbcc association of Indian nations, 28:20
Rcserves, 34136-7
Saskatchcwan, 292116-8
Stoney Indians tribe, 29:98
Trcalics, 17:88-91, 95; 18:24, 30; 27:77; 29:100-3, 114-5; 31:45,
59, 77-8, 85; 32:81-2, 148
See nlso above Anishinabek; Native righis

Native peuple-Cent,
lndians-Com.

Women, married t0 non-Indians, status, 3:33, 69, 85; 4:14;
9:58-60, 66-9, 74-5; 11:29, 36, 39-40, 43-4; 17:69, 73, 77-80,
91-103, 124; 21:26; 22:71-Z; 272101-3, 112-8; 28:23;49:49-51

Sec also Natural rcsources; Yukon Territory

Inuit, circumpolar confcrences, 17:21-Z
Land c1aims,14:31-6;16:24-6; 17:19; 18:36; 2629-30; 27:103-4:
33:38; 41:60

British Columbia, 18235-6; 38117-8

Manitoba, 38:18

Temagami land caution, 31:12

See alro above lndians and sec a/ro below Métis

Legal rights, 17:85; 32:14, 28
Linguistic and cultural rights, 6:30; 12:60, 82-8; 14:47-8; 1835;

21:19; 2632-3; 271149-51; 28:6, 17-8; 29:126; 31:16; 33:. . -6
Métis, non-status Indians, 22:131-5, 138-9, 147-52

Land claims, 221127, 134-8, 150

Royai Commission, appointing, 22: 147, 150-1

Self-government, land base, 22:135-7, 142

Reprcscntation in lcgislattxres, 16:21, 26-7; 17:11-3; 27:105; 28zl4-5;
29:100; 31:13
See alxo Committec-v-Membcrs; Yukon Tcrritory
Self-govcrnmcnt, 16112-3, 20-3, 29; 17:21-2, 73, 118-20, 130-1;
22:132; 26122-4, 29-30; 27 8-9, 81, 91-4, 104, 105-6, 118;
28:13-5; 29:99-104, 112 1:14, 39, 46, 66-70, 75-7; 32:86, 93

“Joining Confcdcration”, 2 .77, 94

“Nation”, 17:67-8, 125; 27:76; 29:1 1 1-2; 3l:28-9, 62

“Reprcscntaiivc government », cstablishing, 31:15

See aIsa above Métis

Voting, Dicfenbaker rolc, 49:99

Women, 17:65, 84

Sec aise above Indians

See also A1berta——Separatism; Amcnding procedure;
C0mmittce——Witnesscs; Consultations Democratic rights;
Duaiity; Legal rights: Mobility rights- mployment and
rcsidence; Multiculturalism; Northwcst Territories; Property
rights; Yukon Territory

Native rights, 9:120, 146-7; 16:14; 17:109-11, 114; 17A:1
22:10; 26A:10-5; 27:77; 28Azl-57; 29A:19-26; 331126-
38:66-7; 4693-6; 4990-5

“Aboriginal rights », 16:15, 24; 17:16, 60, 113-4, 125, 129-31; 18:11,
20, 29,33;22:l32,139, 143; 7:52, 95, 108-12, 149; 28:7, 21;
31:39, 54, 84-8; 32:77-8, 93-4; 33136-7, 46-7; 38:20-1; 46294-6;
4995-101,

Agreement on part of native groups, 52:115-6

Alberta New Democratic Party position, 33:104, 115-6, 119-22

Amending after patriation, provincial consent, etc, 16:13-6, 20;
17:10, 147,69, 110, 114-5, 129-30; 18:9-10, 19, 25, 37; 22:147;
26 8-9; 27:81, 95-8, 128; 29:56; 31:10-1, 34. 60, 69, 86; 32:90;
34. 65-7; 51183-4

Anglican Church of Canada position, 33:11-2, 17-21, 32-8, 41-4, 47

Association ofiroquois and Allied Indians position, 31:43-5

Association cf Métis and Non-Staius lndians 01″ Saskatclicwan
position, 221141

Atiantic provinces, 3294-8

Attikamck-Montagnais Council position, 28:1 1-2

Band membership, affecting, l7z89-90; 18:26

Berger, Thomas, position, 28:6-8

Bill C-60 0130111 Parliament, 26:35-6; 27:99, 132, 135

Blakency position, 30:16, 56-7; 31:36-8, 63-4

Britain position, 17:114

Canadian Bar Association position, 15:9; 36:17

Canadian Jcwish Congress position, 7:98

Chrétien position, 50:l5-6, 82

Churches position, 29:80-1, 87

Collcctive/individual, 31:30, 3S

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34 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Native rights-Cont,

Common law tradition, 27:142

Council for Yukon lndians position, 18:14, 25-6

Courts interpreting, 16:19-20; 27:79, 132-3; 28:6-7; 31:71-5; 32:93-5

“Decisive battle », 31:64

Defîning, 17:8, 80-1; 18:14, 19-20; 22:l45-6; 27:133; 28:25-6; 31:70;
33:17-8, 41-4; 38:68-9; 49:97

Excluding, consequences, 31251-2

Expropriation of land at Caughnawaga reserve, 4:12-4

Federal leaders position, 27:79

Federal position, 332-4, 84; 26:18-9; 27:99; 33:19; 36:18; 38:17-21;
49:83-5

Briefing material on Canadak native people and the constitution,
3:69-70

Federation of Canadian Municipalities position, 9:17

Hatfield position, 17:110, 120; 19:50

Indian Association or » Alberta position, 29:103

Indian riglits protection office, cstablishing, 292115; 31:69, 74, 86-7

Liberal Party position, 27:96-7

Métis, non-status lnclians, 17:123-4

National lndian Erotherhood position, 27:86-9, 93; 32:92

Native Women‘s Association position, 17:64-5

Negotiations, 2604-5; 27:94, 97-8, 105, 149; 31:53, 85-6

Austin proposal, 38:21-2, 69-72

New Democratic Party position, 31:68; 48:46-8; 50:15-8

Nishga Tribal Council position, 26:14-7

Nova Scotia/NE, 38:16

Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops position, 33:59, 71, 87

Pepin-Robarts task force position, 26:17-8

Premiers position, 30:16; 3337-8

Privy Council memo, 17:110-1; 18:25

Progressive Conservative position, 41:100; 49287-9; 54:125-6; 55:12

Public support, 31:48

Red paper (1970), 2997-9

Relerence to courts, 17:116-7

Royal Proclamation (1763) and other documents, 16:5-7, 19, 28;
17:16-7, 111, 120-1, 126-8; 18:38; 22:143-4; 6:18-9; 27:84,
94-5, 129-30, 133-5, 143-4; 28:8, 21-2; 30. 8; 31:7-8, 12,30,
39-40, 44-6, 58-9, 88; 32:79, 95-6; 34:66-7, 166-7; 38:67-71;
54:102-3

Inuit Committee on National Issues brief, 17A:1-î

Russell tribunal report on the rights of the Indians ofthe Americas,
28A:1—57; 31:49, 84

Social Credit Party or’ Alberta position, 33:162, 169-71, 176-7

Special status, protecting historical/undeclared rights, 12:59-60,
85-6; 16:7-9, 14-5; 17:8-9, 18-20, 83-4, 109-11, 118-23, 127-8;
18:9-10: 2:127; 26:7-8, 14-8, 21-2, 25, 32; 26A:10-5; 27:84-5,
96, 107-8, 127-8, 131-2; 28215-6, 26-7; 29:53, 127; 30:l6-7, 56;
31:20, 30-1, 35-6, 59, 62; 32:85; 34r75-7, 165

Jurisdictions, affeeting, 28:137-8

Theflrs/ Canadians: Indian government and the Canadian
confederatian, 29: 107- 1 3; 3 1 :87

Trealies, Crown agreements, transferring to Canada, legal status,
etc., 31:32, 46, 56, 64; 32:82, 87, 90; 34:62-5, 164

Treaties, transbourndaries obligations, 34265-6

“Treaty federalism”, 32282-4, 92

Trudeau position, 3267-9; 31:20, 59-60; 33220,28, 44; 36:34; 37:27;
50:74; 51:80 –

Oct. 30/801etter, 16:7-8, 29; 17:7-9, 17-9, 110, 125-6; 18:9, 25;
27:85, 128

Union of Ontario Indians position, 3lz38-9

United States, comparing, 31:73

Unity/consensus among native groups, 31:55-6, 60-1

“Usufructary rights”, 27:138-41; 28:7-10; 29:98

White paper (1969), 27:83; 31:62, 93:32:84

Native rights—-Cont.
Women, 17:72, 75-7, 86; 33:116
See also Amending procedure——Provinces-—Referendum; Federal-
provincial conferences; Monarchw-Abolishing; Non-
discrimination rights——Equality before the law; Property rights

Native Women’s Association o!‘ Canada
Native groups, relationship, 17:70-1
See aIso Native rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submitted

Natural resources, jurisdiction
Alberta New Democratic Party position, 33:10}, 109- 10
See also below Taxation (indirect)
Blakeney position, 3029-10; 38:93-5, 101-6
Broadbent proposa], 7:105; 53171-97; 54:80-90
Blakoney position, comparing, 54:18
British Columbia, efiects, 5436-41
Consultations, provinces, 39:9-10
Federal position, 4:107; 36:21, 35; 38194-5; 3924-9; 53z77-80, 85-6;
54:27
Fisheries, effect on federal jurisdiction, 5438-43, 52, 57-62, 70-6
Chrétien position, 54:60-2
Hydro resources cxcluded, 9:82
National Energy Board, affccting, 54:45
Primary production, affecting, 54:63-4
Procedural difficultics, Epp remarks, 3829-34, 102-5
Progressive Conscrvative position, 54:69, 87-90
Saskatchcwan potash, affecting, 54:27-S, 41-2
Clark government position, 53:84
Electricity, provincial jurisdiction, 5429-30, 88
Emergency authority to federal government, 8:9, 15-6, 22; 54:89
Federal position, 38:29-31
First ministers’ meeting, 54:88-90
Forest industry, 24:83-7, 95-6
Hydro electric powor in Nildq 2:46-7; 9180-1; 53:44, 49; 54:43-8
See alro above Broadbent
lndian lands, 54:20-1
Jurisdiction, 54:20-2
“Natural », Austin amdL, 56:9-11
“Ownership », 54:18-20, 49-53, 56-7, 62-3, 83, 86
British Columbia, 54128-9
Private, 54120-3, 32-3
See alto Native people-Indians
Pricing, Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 33:158, 166-9, 175,
185-8
“Primary”, 30:47
Progressive Conservative position, 38:28
Protecting, 24:87-90, 96-7
Saskatchewan, 30:9-l0; 32:109-l0
See aIso below Taxation; Trade ‘
Taxation, 32:111-2
Gas, export tax, NDP position,.34:11O
Indirect, 32:10Z-3, 106; 341111-2; 54:28-31, 43, 50-4, 88-9
Alberta New Democratic Party position. 33:103-4
Alberta, revenue increase under Broadbent proposal, 53:76-7,
86; 54:32, 37,54
Electricity, 54:S4-8
Saskatchewan, 32:l24-5
Wealth tamestablishing, 321111, 116-8,122-3, 135-6, 139, 145-6
Trade, conourrentjurisdiction with federal paramountcy, 8:15;
30:26, 41-2, 48; 331103, 109-10; 34:l11-2; 38:106-7; 39:7-8;
53:72, 75, 79-80. 87-8; 54:19-20, 33, 64, 89
Saskatchewan, 30:24, 35-6; 53:82-4; 54:20, 32, 51-2, 83-5
See aIso nbove Broadbent proposa!
Trudeau position, 38:28-9
Unilateral action. consulting western provinces, 37211-2

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

5-6;
J-6

î-6

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 35

Natural resources, jurisdiction-«Cortt.
Western provinces, alicnation, afiecting, 32:137-8, 145; 54:18, 64-8,
80-2, 87
See a/so Northwest Territories; Yukon Territory-Provincial status

Neiman, Senator Joan (Peel)
Constitution of Canada, 9:71-5

Nelligan, Mr. John (Chairman, Special Committee on the
Constitution of Canada, Canadian Bar Association)
Constitution of Canada, 1525-20, 24-5

New Brunswick
Governmcnt, see Organizations/individuals appcaring and briefs
submittcd; Resoiution
See also Linguistic and cultural rights; Native peopie-«Indians;
Official languages minoritics-Francophoncs outside Que;
Resolution

New Brunswick l-Iuman Rights Commission, see
Committce-«Witnesses; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submitted

New Democratic Party, see Abortion; Affirmative action; Amending
procedure-—Rcferenduin——Vancouver consensus (1980); Charter
of rights; Cominittee-Deadline-Proceedings; Consensus;
Deportation; Disabled and handicapped; Federal-provincial
confercncesm-Reprcscntation; Jurisdictions——Provincial; Language
ot‘ instruction; Legal rights; Liberal Party;Linguis1ic and cultural
riglttswCourts and legislatures; Mineral resources-Offshore
jurisdiction; Mu1ticu1tura1ism—Eyttrenching; Native rights;
Natural resources-«Taxalion, Gas; Non-discrimination rights;
Privacy; Qucbec; Resolution; Scott; Sexual equa1ity;Scxua1
orientation; Small business

New Horizons Prograrn, sec Hcalth and Welfare Department

Newfoundland-Labrador
Confedcration referendum (1949), 5233-4, 46-8
Dcnominationai education system, 2139-40; 3:13-
19:9-10,19;2972-3;35:50-55,61-74;35A:
41:124-5; 481127-30; 53:40, 47
Progressive Conscrvative position, 4l:l01
Hydro electric power, see Natural resources
Quebec boundary, 239-40; 3112-3, 71-4; 9:94; 5338-49
Terms of union (1949), 2:38; 9177-9, 91-2; 34:80-3; 3858-66;
41:45-7;53:37
Amcnding procedure, affccting, 9:85-6; 34:84; 3555-60, 65-6, 71,
75-6
Chrétien position, 9:85; 37zl4-5
McGrath position, 481126, 130-1
Statutc of Westminster, effect of unilatcral amdL, 4232-6
See also Amending procedure; Economy; Language of instruction;
Minerai resources—Oifshorejurisdiction; Mobility
rights-Employment and residcnce; Resolution; Unilateral
action-Ærovinces

9r77-8, 95v6‘,
; 3855-6;

Nicholas, Mr. Grnydon (Chairman oi‘ the Board, Union of New
Brunswick lndians)
Constitution of Canada, 3276-80, 90-4, 99

Nickerson, Mr. Dave (PC——Wcstcrn Arctic)
Constitution of Canada, l2:62-4, 87-8; 14:46-8

Nielscn, Hon. Erik (PCmYukon)
Constitution ofCanada, 1279-81; 1433-6, 50-1; l8:10-4, 34-5; 26:8
Mobility rights, 14:35; 18:34
Native pcoplc, 14:34; 18:11, 35-6
Provinces, cntry in Confederation, 14:33-4

Nielsen, Hon. Erik—Conl,
Yukon,14:33;18:35

Nigh, Mr._Ross (Vice Chairman, Mennonite Central Committee
(Canada))
Constitution of Canada, 1245-48

Nishga Tribal Council, see Native rights; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submittcd

Non-discrimination rights, 518- 93-4; 11:32, 35-6, 41-2; 13:18;
14:82; 19:30;20:26;21:8, 11-2;22:110;32:13, 20-1;34:153;
39124-5

Berger, Thomas, position, 13:11

Categories, retricting, 29:12-4, 53; 32:17

Chrétien position, 36:14-5; 4833-4 f

Courts interpreting, 22:55-8, 64-8

Denominational/independent schools, affecting, 29:66; 33171-3,
85-6; 39118-9

“Discrimination », 92135; 22218-9, 59, 118; 33:93-5; 48:20

Enacting, moratorium (3 years), 22:62, 66-9; 25.134, 17-8

“Equality”, 36113-4

Equality beforethe1aw,7:13-4, 22-3; 9:58-9, 67-9, 72, 110, 113,
124-8,134-42;11:37-40;13:41-3; lSz8-9, 19; 17:61,85-6; 21:25,
31-2, 45; 22:42, 56, 110-1, 126; 26:47; 32:13

Advisory Council on the Status of Women position, 17:72
Native rights, affccting, 16:12; 17:1 12-3; 18:15; 22:122

Equality of service, 21:8, 21-2

Family, affecting, 29:8-11, 16-7

Flexibility, 22:55-8, 64, 118-9; 2457-8

Historical background, 20:5-6, 21; 2 8-9

Human rights commissions role, 20: , 10-6, 22-3

identifiable philosophical/educational/cultural groups, rigltt to
exclude others, 29:67, 74-5

“in particular”, 41217-24

National Association of Women and the Law position, 2259-60

New Democratic Party position, 47z89-92; 48zl7-34

Non-whitc/visibie minorities, 3232-44

Private sector, 48:19-20, 32-3

Progressive Conservative position, 48:45

Protecting through legislation, 27:31-2

Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission position, 20:12

See also Age; Criminal convictions; Disabled and handicapped; Life
insurance rates; Political beliefs; Poverty; Retirement; Sexual
equa1ity;Sexua1 orientation; Women

Norman, Mr. Ken (Chief Commissioner, Saskatchewan l-Iuman
Rights Commission)
Constitution of Canada, 20:13-26

Northwest Territories, 12:58, 73-7, 81-4

Dividing, Nunavut proposal, 12:57-8, 67-8, 73; 169-10; 17:21-4

Drury report, 12279-80

Government, see Organizations/individuals appcaring and briefs
submittcd

Legislative Assembiy, native people participation, 1258-9, 65, 81

Natural resources.jurisdiction, 12269-70, 74-5

Provincial status, l2:62-4, 69, 72-3, 83

Revenue sources, 12:80-1

See also Amending procedure; Charter of rights; Council of the
provinces; Federal-provincial conferences—Yukon; Mobility
rights-Æmployment, “Province »

Notley, Mr. Grant (Leader, Alberta New Democratic Party)
Constitution cf Canada, 33:l01-8, 115-32

Nottaway, Ms. Lena (Algonquin Council)
Constitution of Canada, 31:6-7

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

36 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Nova Scotia

Govcrnmcnt, ree Orgaitizations/individuals appcaring and briefs
submittcd

Sec alto Amending procedure; Charter of rights; Equalization;
Linguistic and cultural rights; Mobility rightswEmployment
and residencc; Native pcoplc-Jndians, Micmacs; Resolution

Nowlan, Mr. Patrick(1’C—Annapo1is Vallcy-lrlants)
Constitution ofCanada, 17156-7

Nowosad, Mr. John (Presidcnt, Ukrainian Canadian Committee)
Constitution of Canada, 14:52-}

Nungak, Mr. Zebedee (Inuit Committee on National Issues)
Constitution of Canada, 16:27

Nurgitz, Senatot‘ Natltnn (Winnipeg North)
Constitution of Canada, 43:87-8

Nuu-Cliah-Nultlt Tribal Council, sec Committee-Witnesses; Native
pcoplc-«Indians; Organizations/individuais appcaring and briefs
submittcd

Nye, Ms. Linda Ryan (Canadian Committee on Learning
Opportunities for Women)
Constitution of Canada, 24162-4. 71-2, 75-80

Nystrom, Mr. Lorne (NDP-M-Yorkton-Mclville)

Abortion, 43149-51

Ativcrtising, 41131-2; 41167-71

Affirmativc action, 8119-20

Alberta govcrntncnt constitution pape)‘, 331112

Alberta, sepnralistn, 1:80

Amcnding procedure, 4214-8, 87-91, 128-32; 7:64, 1 l0; 9189-92;

14187-9; 17235-8; 27:24‘ 0:23: 32:57, 125: 33:1 19-20; 34:25-7,
138-42; 35:20; 36127-9; 38198-9; 40116-23; 41172-3, 110-2:
51170-3,110-1,l15-23;52:1l-5,23,109-11,l24-5,128-30;
53:19-20, 25-32
Britain, legislation enabling Canadian constitutional amdL, 5031-3;
55:10-1 v

Britain, Parliament, select Committee, 50156-7

Charter 01 rights, 71106-9; 24:1 1-4; 27:22; 35:72; 42:31; 49145-52

Chrétien, Mr., rcfcrenccs, 40:4

Committee

Dcadline, 739-40; 8327-8; 9129-32; 17:62
Procccdings, broadcasting, 1250-1
Quorum, 1:93; 2114-5
Sittings, 23:32
Staff/members, congratulatory remarks, 35180-2
Travel, 1:80
Witnesses, 3:50-1; 7139-40; 12:93-5; 142121-4; 16:30; 2332-3, 44,
72, 77; 28152-5

Conieretices, 2:28; 51117-8

Constitution of Canada, 1:14, 27-8, 50-1, 80-1,93-5; 2:14-5, 26-31;
3119-20, 42-3, 50-1; 4114-8, 23, 31, S3, 87-91, 128-3 ‘ ‘20-5, 4l;
7139-40, 50, 61-6, 106-10; 8115-20, 27-8, 38, 49; 9229-32, 50,
87-92, 114-22; 10:5, 37-9; 11:19-22; l2:15-7, 52-3, 83, 93-5,
112-4, 126; 13:36, 49-51; 14:86-9, 117, 121-3; 15:30; 16:30;
17:25, 35-8, 62, 82; 18:30-2, 37-8; 19113-6, 56-60; 22:15-8, 45,
99, 146-8; 23:32, 42-6, 71-3, 77-8; 24211-4, 70-2, 96-7; 2839-42,
52, 55; 29:1 19-20; 30:22-6; 31:5-6; 32154-7, 72, 121-5, 147-8:
33:16, 32-6, 65-7, 101, 112, 117-20; 34 2-7,109-12,138-42;
-20, 71-4, 80-2; 365-7, 26-34; 37:31-}, 41-2; 38:33, 98-9;
39: .4014, 16-23; 41167-73, 90, 109-13; 42:5, 8-9, 12-6, 23,
29-33; 4311-3, 27, 36-8, 49-51, 72-3, 76-8, 104, 121-3,1Z6-7;
44:5, 20-4, 29-32; 45:8, 36-7; 46:15-6, 71; 47112-3, 30, 33; 48:36,
46, 59, 66-7, 83-4, 96-9, 102, 106-7, 112-4; 49:12, 45-52, 58-9,
69, 74-5, 81-3, 99-100; 50219-20, 30-3, 56-7; 51217-8, 70-3,
110-1,114-23;52:11-5, 23, 88, 93-9, 109-11, 124-5, 128-30;

Nystrom, Mr. Lorne—Cont.

Constitution of Cfllladfl-MCONI.
53:19-20, 25-36, 55, 58, 78; 54125-6, 41-6, 52, 59, 69-70, 78-9;
5519-11‘, 56:10, 21-2
Constitutional asscmbly, 41:109-10
Consultations, 35:19
Denominational/independent schools, 19:13-6
Disabled and handicapped, 36230-2
Éducation, 24:70-2
Energy po1iey,34:109-11
Equalization, 8216-8; 9:88; 49:69, 74-5, 81-2
“Everyone », 24111-2
Freedom of conscience, 12152-3
Japanesc Canadians, 42:33
Jurisdictions, provincial, 43: 104
Ku Klux Klan, 22:15-7; 24:13
Labour unions, 43272-3
Language of instruction, 6:23; 7264-6; 9:1 15-7; 11120-1; 22:99;
4896-9. 102, 106-7, 112-4
Linguistic and cultural rights, 226-30; 4:23; 6121-5; 7261-2; 10137-9;
13:49; 19:56-60; 27:21-3; 28:41-2; 33:65-7; 37131-3, 41-2;
48:66-7, 83-4
Minerai resources, offsliore, 9187-8; 54:78-9
Mobility rights, 8:18; 9:90; 431122-3, 126-7
Multiculturalism, 50119-20
Native rights, 9:120; 18137-8; 222146-8; 322148; 3332-6; 36132-4;
49283, 99-100
Natural resources, 8:l5-6; 24196-7; 3024-6; 321122-4; 34:1 11-2;
3917-8; 54141-6, 52, 69-70; 5 .10

New Democratic Party, constitution position, 56:21-2
Non-discrimination rights, 22:18
Official langnages minorities, 12115-6; 13:36, 49
Official languages policy, Saskatchcwan, 12:16-7
Oil industry, 341109
Organization meeting, 1:14, 27-8, 50-1, 80-1, 93-5; 2114-5
Points of order

Agenda and procedure suhcommittee, 1:14; 17:82; 48:59

Amdts., tabling, time limit, 54:59

Clauses, standing, 42:23

Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. Irwin), and

requesting Witnesses, amdL, M., 1:27-8

Documents, tabling, M. (Mr. Beatly). 3142-3

Meetings, schcduling, 3615-7

Member of House not Committee mcmbcr, participation in

committce proceedings, 6:41

Members, substitution, 43:23; 54:25-6

Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Epp), 1150-1

Questioning of Witnesses, 3:19—20; 8:19; 3115-6

Relevancy rule, 42:29
Time expircd,recal1ing at furtlier date, 291119-20

Quorum, official opposition, including, M. (Mr. Beatty), 1:93

Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:80

Witnessas ‘

Appearancc bcfore Committee, 7:39-40
Experts, rcqucsting, M., 12193-5
Invitation by political part)’, implied affiliation, 33:16 ’
Statements, 33:10]
Witnesses/meetings/report dealine, M. (Scnator Austin),
23232-3, 42-4, 72-3, 77
Amdt., 23:45-6

Pornography/hate literature, 24:13
Press/media, 24111-3
Privy Council Office, memorandum, 2:31
Process, 32154-6, 72
Property rights, 44120-4; 45236-7
Public opinion polls, 42-3 :31; 27:22-3
Quebec, 11:20; 13:36; 2 0-1; 35:18

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 37

Nystrom, Mr. Lorne—CanI.
References, 8:28
See also Amending proccduræ-Referendum; Linguistic and
cultural rights-«Courts and legislatureswLiberal position;
Resolution-Clause by clause study
Resolution to Queen, 7162-3; 9:31; 23:42, 45; 341112; 36126-7; 38:33;
41:90; 42:5, 8-9, 12-6; 44229-31; 4615-6; 50130-1

Scott, Rev. Edward W., references, 33:16

Senate, 5293-9

Sexual equality, 43:31-2,36-7

Supreme Court, 34123-4

Unilateral action, 2839-40; 34:24; 35:72-4

Unilateral declaraticn olindependeitce, 2:30-1

War Measurcs Act, 43:36; 49158-9

Western provinces, 12:1 12-3; 33:1 17-9

Yukon Territory, 18:30-1

Obata, Mr. Roger (National Association of Japanese Canadians)
Constitution of Canada, 13:7-9, 15-7

Oberle, Mr. Frank (PC-Princc George-Peace River)
Constitution 01′ Canada, 2631-4, 42-6; 27:32-3; 29:l39-42, 159-60

Official Languages Act, sec Linguistic and cultural rights

Official languages minorities
Assimilation, 6:l4-5; 11:15; 1224-5; 13:33. 45-51
Francophones outside Que, 631-2; 22:87
Anglophones in Que, compariscn, 12:10, 15-6; 13:36, 50-1
British Columbia, 6: l 7
Franco-Manitobaits, assimilation, 10:41
See also Société franco-manitcbaine
New Brunswick,6:1l-2
Ontario, 6:1 l-2, 8:48
See 121w Linguistic and cultural rigltts
Saskatchcwan, 12:8, l5; 30:42-3, S1; 32:140-1
See also Language cf instruction; Linguistic and cultural rights
See alm Consultations; Language of instruction; Linguistic and
cultural rights
See also Quebeo-Anglophones

Official languagcs policy/bilingtialisnt

Bilingual districts, absence, 6:12, 32-3

Charteroirights, pmt ‘King, 14:82

Enforcctncitt, 13:42; 2 .29

Progrcss, 6:10, 17-8; 48166-8

Radio and television programs, 29:137

Service to public, 6:12; 10:26, 44; 12116-9

See also Linguistic and cultural rightsuGovernmcnt-l-lealth

See a/so Language of instruction; Multiculturalism

Official Secrets Act, see Charter of rights

Ogle, Mr. Bob (NDP-Saskatchewan East)
Constitution ol Canada, 2528-9; 29:85-8; 42:39

Oil and oil products, pricing, see Natural rcsources-Pricing
Oil industry, revenue distribution, 32:147

Ontario
Northern Ontario, 54234-5
Wells, T. (provincial cabinet ministcr), see Amending procedure
See alxo Language of instruction-« Wherc numbers warrant“;
Official languages minorities-«Franccphones ouside Que.

Ontario Confcrence o!‘ Catholic Bishops

Canadian Conferenee of Catholic Bishops position, relationship,
33:61 -2

See also Abortion; Denominational/independcnt Schools; Linguistic
and cultural rights, Native riglits; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submittcd

Opekokew, Ms. Delia (Legal Counsel, Federaticn of Saskatchcwan
lndians)
Constitution of Canada, 29:107-l0; 31:72, 86-7

Orders of referextce
Broadcasting ofcommittee proccedings, 6:34
Committee establishment, 1:3-5
Report deadline, Feb. 6/81, l8:4-5
Report deadlinc, Feb. 13/81, 53:4

Organizations/ittdividuals appearing and briefs submittcd
Advisory Council on the Status of Women, 9:123-52
Afro-Asian Foundation of Canada, 32z29-44
Aird, Professor P.L., 24:83-4, 87-96
Alberta Chamber of Commerce, 2735-74
Alberta New Democratic Party, 331101-11, 115-32
Algonquin Counci1,31:5-2l
Alliance for Lifc, 2936-50
Anglican Churclt of Canada, 3316-50
Association canadienne-française de l’Ontario, 830-53
Association culturelle franco-canadienne de la Saskatchewan,

1217-26
Association of Iroquois and Allied lndians, 31143-57
Association ot » Métis and Non-Status lndians of Saskatchewan,
22:129-53 _

Attikamek-Moittagnais Council, 28:4-29; 28Azl-fi7

British Columbia Civil Liberties Association, 22:l03»29
Business Council on National Issues, 33:133-54

Campaign Llfe——Canada, 34:116-30

Canada West Foundation, l2:97-136

Canadian Abortion Rights Action League, 2498-118
Canadian Association for the Mentally Retarded, 1024-20
Canadian Association for thc Prevcntion of Crime, 24:42-59
Canadian Association of Cltiefs of Police, 14:6-29

Canadian Association of Crown Counsels, 1426-29

Canadian Association oi‘ Lesbians and Gay Men. 2422-42
Canadian Association of Social Workers, 29:l46-6l
Canadian Bar Association, 15:4-3l

Canadian Bar Association—Newfoundland Branch, 9:76-10l
Canadian Catholic Schools Trustces’ Association, 19:6-24
Canadian Chamber of Commerce, 871-29

Canadian Citizenship Federation, 2950-65

Canadian Civil Libcrties Association, 7:7-32

Canadian Committee on Learning Opportunities for Women,

24:60-82

Canadian Connection, 32:46-76

Canadian Consultative Council on Multiculturalism, 29:122-46
Canadian Council on Children and Youth, 21:27-52; 26A:1-9
Canadian Council on Social Devclopment, 19:25-46
Canadian Federation cf Civil Libcrties and Human Rights

Associations, 21:5-27

Canadian Human Rights Commission, 5:5-28; SA:1-4
Canadian Jewish Congress, 7:80-1 13

Canadian Lite lnsurance Association, 3337-99

Canadian National lnstitute for the Blind, 251-20

Canadian Polish Congress, 92102-23

Canadians for Canada, 34:l00-l5

Canadians for One Canada, Z7:7-34

Church of Jesus Christ cf Lattcr Day Saints, 29:7-l8

Club Media of Canada, 24:7-22

Coalition for the Protection of Human Life, 2224-49

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

38 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs…——Conl.
Coalition of Provincial Organizations for 111e l-landicappcd,
12:26-44

Cohen, Mr, Max, 34156-100

Commissioner cf Official Languages, 6210-47

Council l’or Yukon lndians, 18:7-38

Council of National lîthnocultural Organizations ol‘ Canada,

22:73-102
Council o! Qnebec Minorities, 8:30-53
Dcnominational liducation Committees o!‘ Newfoundland, 35:50-77;
35A:1- 1 8

Federalion oFCanadian Municipalities, 927-25

Fcderation of lndcpendent Schools in Canada, 29:66-78
Fcderatioit of Saskateliewan lndians, 29293-122; 29A:l9-26;

3lz57-95

Gcrntan-Canndian Committee on the Constitution, 2636-58
lndian Association of Alberta, 2993-122; 3l:57-95

Indian Rights for Indian Women, l7:83-l03

Inuit Committee on National Issues, l6:4-30; 1717-24; 17A:1-3
La Fédération des Francophones Hors Québec lnc., 13:26-52
La Forest, Professor Gérard V,, 34:6-3l, 34-7, 40-55

Love, Professor D.V., 24282-7, 91-2, 96-7

Mennonite Ccntral Committee (Canada), l2:44-56
National Action Committee on the Status 0l » Women, 9:57-75
National Anti-Povcrty Organization,29:18-36;29A:1-l1
National Association oflapanese Canadians, 1355-25
National Association of Women and tlie Law, 22:50-73
National Black Coalition of Canada, 227-24

National Congress of ltaliait-Canadiaits (Quebec region), 23:7-29
National Indian Brotherltood, 27:75-1 18

Native Council of Canada, 171105-33

Native Women’s Association of Canada, l7:63-8l

New Brunswick Government, l9:46-85

New Brunswick Human Rights Commission, 11:27-45
Nisliga Tribal Council, 2610-36; 26A:l0-5

Northwcst Territories Government, 1257-88

Nova Scotia Government, l7:26-62

Nuu-Chah-Ntilth Tribal Council, 27:126-53

Ontario Conterence of Catholic Bishops, 3358-86

Positive Action Committee, 7151-80

Prince Edward lsland Government, l4:71-ll6

Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan, 321100-48
Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal, 1126-26
Public lnterest Advocacy Centre, 29:18-36;29A:1-ll
Rémillard, Professor Gil, 3514-25, 28-49

Russcll, Professor Peler, 341131-72

Saskaleltewan l-Iuman Rights Commission, 20:5-27
Saskatchewan Govcrnment, 30:4-60

Scott, Tlte Most Reverend Edward W., 33:6—50

Social Credit Party ot » Alberta, 33:155-89

Société franco-manitobaine, 10220-45

Ukrainian Canadian Committee, l4:52-7l

Union Nationale Party, 28:29-51

Union of New Brunswick lndians, 32:76-80, 89-94, 99
Union of Nova Scotia 1ndians,32:80-9,92-9

Union cf Ontario lndians, 3lz2l-42

United Church of Canada, 29278-93; 29A:l2-8

Vancouver Peuples Law School Society, 325-29

World Federalists of Canada, 25:20-‘)

Yukon Government, 14330-52; 265-8

Paiement, Mr. René-Marie (Assistant Director General, La
Fédération des Francophones Hors Québec Inc.)
Constitution of Canada, 13146-7

Paisley, Mr. Victor Chairman, Civil Libcrties Section, Canadian Bar
Association)
Constitution of Canada, 15118-23

Pareklt, Mr. Navin (First Vice President, Council ot National
Ethnocultural Organizations of Canada)
Constitution or Canada, 22:80-1

Parliament

“ParliamenW/“Governntent of Canada », 2:33
Primacy of House ot‘ Commons, 41:77

“Session », 38:84-7

Supremacy doctrine, 35:19

See alro Abortion; Capital punisltmcnt; Charter cf
rights-—Courts-“Reasonablc limits »

Parole Board, 47:67-8
Parti Québécois, me Committee-w-Witnesses
Passpnrts, ree Mobility rightsw-Employment and residcnce

Paterson, Mr. Alex (Cc-Chairman, Positive Action Committee)
Constitution of Canada, 7:51-5, 59-64, 75-9

Patriation, 5659-40

Chrétien position, 38:8

Cohen position, 34279-80

Consensus, 28:45-6

Delaying, Mackasey remarks, 34:l43-4

Divisive, Trudeau Dec. 28/80 remarks, 32:101-2

Failure cfpast attempts, 2:20-2, 38; l4:105; 19:40; 34:l09, 135;

35:80; 38210-1; 39z20-l; 40:10-4; 41279-82
Diefcnbaker 1961 remarks, 3034-5
LaForest position, 34:18
Limiting to amcnding formula/utiaitimity, 17333-4, 60: 22:1 l5;
27:11, 36, 53-4; 34:132, 144-5, 162; 35:9

National lndian Brotlierhood position, 28:81-2

Public attitude, 3lz47-9

“Repatriation”, l4z84-5; 17:88-9

Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 33H63

Symbolic importance, 34:22

See also Process-«Public input

Patronage, see Senate

Patterson, Dr. L.P. (Chairman, Constitution Committee, Protestant
School Board of Greater Montrcal)
Constitution of Canada, ll:14—6, 25-6

Pearson, the late Rt. Hon. L.B., see Federalism——Co-operative

Pearson, Hon. C.W. (Government Leader, Yukon Govcrnment)
Constitution of Canada, 14:30-52; 26:5-8

Peckford, Hon. A.B. (Premier of Newfoundland), position, 239-40
See alsa Amending procedure—Referendum

Pelrine, Ms. Eleonor Wright (Honorary Director, Canadian Abortion
Rights Action League)
Constitution of Canada, 24r98-9, 105-16

Penetanguisltene, Ont., see Educatiom-Official languages

Penitentiaries
lnmates, complaint to U.N. re treatment, 47568-9
See also Amending procedure-Referendum, Voting

Penney, Archbishop A.L. (Chairman, Denominational Éducation
Committees of Newfoundland)
Constitution of Canada, 35:50-3, 61-2, 71-3, 76-7

Pennington, Mr. Ed (Board Mcmber, Canadian Council on Social
Development)
Constitution ofCanada, 19:25-8, 33-8, 43-4

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 39

Pépin, Ms. Lucie (Vicc President, Advisory Council on the Status of
Women)
Constitution ot‘ Canada, 9323-4, 137

Pepin-Robarts task force, 35:25
See also Amending procedure; Charter of rights; Language of
instruction; Linguistic and cultural rights; Native rights

Perreault, Senator Raymond 1., see Committee-Deadlinew
Witnesses

Peters, Mr. Gordon (Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians)
Constitution ol‘ Canada, 31:47-8

Peters, Yvonne (Member, Éxecutive Committee, Coalition of
Provincial Organizations for the Handicapped)
Constitution et’ Canada, 12:36, 40

Petro-Canada, see Linguistic and cultural rights

Petten, Senator William J. (Bonavista)
Constitution 01’ Canada, 2:46-7; 35162-5; 43:22; 48:l27; 53:46-7;
54:78

Phillips, Ms. Donna (Treasurer, Native Women’s Association of
Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 17174-5, 79

Phillips, Senator Orville I-I. (Prince)
Constitution of Canada, 29:91-3

Pierre-Aggamatvay, Mrs. Marlene (President, Native Women’s
Association of Canada)
Constitution ot‘ Canada, 17:63-81

Pigeon, I-Ion. Mr. Justice Louis-Philippe, see Unilateral action
Pinard, Hon. Yvon, ses CommitteewDeadline-Proceedings

Plourde, Archbishop J. Aurèie (Vice President, Ontario Conference of
Catholic Bishops) ‘
Constitution of Canada, 33:6l-2, 66-9, 76-7, 82-3

Political beliefs, non-discrimination rights, 20:20; 22:118, 126; 29:53,
62-3; 32:21; 48121-30

Pornography/hate Iiterature, 9:113-4; 24:9, 13; 26:48-9; 43:64

Porter, Ms. Jill (Member ol‘ Executive, National Action Committee
on the Status of Women)
Constitution of Canada, 957-8

Positive Action Committee, ses Amcnding procedurewRcferendum;
Languagc of instruction; Linguistic and cultural rights—Courts
and legislatures; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submittcd

Post Office Dcpartment, mail opcning, see Royal Canadian Mounted
Police

Poverty, non-discrimination rights, 29121-2; 32:11, 22

Powderface, Mr. Sykes (Vice President, National Indian
Brotherhood)
Constitution of Canada, 2778-86

Premiers, provincial

Consensus, 19:51, 67, 70, 82-3; 28:37, 43

See also Amending procedure—Referendum-Vancouver
consensus (1980); Blakeney; Buchanan: Charter of rights;
Committee-Witnesses; Davis: Federal-provincial conferences;
I-Iatfie1d;Lyon; Native rights; Peckford; Property rights;
Resolution

Press/niedia, 9: 140
Coverage of Constitutional issue, 50:52
Freedom oispeech, 3z78-9; 7:86-7, 111; 24:8-22; 26:49, 55-6;
43:62-6 ‘
Club Media of Canada position, 24:10, 15
Culture, relationship, 24:12-3, 16
International Commission for the Study of Communications
Problems (McBridc commission) 1980 report, 24:17-8, 21
International Covenant on Civil and Poiitical Rights, 24:9»10, 17
See also “Everyone”
See 11130 Federal position

Prettyyoungman, Mr. Leo (Chicf of Blackfoot Rcscrve, Indian
Association of Alberta)
Constitution of Canada, 31158-60

Prince Edward Island

Government, see Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submittcd

Land use rcgulations, see Mobility rights; Property

Status, Herbert remarks, 14:96-8, 115

See also Amending procedure; Charter of rights, Language of
instruction——“Where numbers warrant“, Application; Linguistic
and cultural rights-Courts and legislatures: Resolution

Privacy, 15:9; 19:28; 24226-7, 37; 4356-8; 46162-70: 48:21
New Democratic Party position, 43:61
See 121:0 Abortion

Privilege, see Proccdure and decisions of the Chair

Privy Council Office
Memorandum, Aug. 30/80 (Kirby), 2:31, 36; 12130’; 14:107; 15:24:
l9:7l:23:51;34:9l z
See alro Britain-Legislation, Supreme Court; Native rights

Procedure and decisions of the Chair
Adjournmcnt, M. (Mr. Epp), 56:50-1,negatived on division
Adjournment, M. (Min Fraser), 1:68-70, agreed to
Adjournment, Ms. (Mr. Lapierre), 2:18, agreed to; 3:87, agreed to
Agenda and procedure subcommittee
Establishing, M. (Mr. Irwin), 1112-9, agrced to, 6-7
And quorum, amdt. (Mr. Epp), 1113-9, agreed to, 6-7
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. Beatty), 1118-9, agreed to, 7
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 1:14, 18, withdrawn, 6

Observers, 4:55

Reports, first, M. (Mr. Lapierre), 219-20, agrecd to; second, M.
(Senator Goldenberg), 3:6, agreed to; third, M. (Miss
Campbe11),5:5,agreedtmfourth, M. (Mr. Mackascy), 6:7,
agrccd to; fifth, (Nov. 21/80), 10:5, agrced to; fifth (Jan.
14/81), 37:5-6, agrced to, 3-4; sixth, M. (Mr. McGrath),
46:55-62, agreed to, 5-6; seventh, 48:49-50, 59, agreed to on
recorded division, 9-10; amdt. (Mr. McGrath),48:51-9,
negatived on recorded division, 9; cighth, 51:43, agreed to, 6-7;
ninth, 52:89, agreed to, 7-8; tenth, 54:17, agreed to, 4

Traffic subcommittee, 23:63-4

M. (Senator Austin), 17:82-3, agreed to
Amdts.

Copies, advance delivery to Committee, 43:120-1; 4835-9;
53235-6

Federal position, parliamentary secretary answering question,
31:91

French version, withdrawing, 47240-1

Members intervention on clause by clause study, 46218-9

Opposition presentation to committce, 4l:88-92; 42111-5, 19-22

Order of consideration, 43:38; 48:22, 60-2

Procedurc, 1:2l-3; 48:18, 27-31, 51-3

Read hy Member not member of Committee, 49:85

Restrictions, 38:32-4

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

40 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Procedure and decisions of the Chair—Cont.
AmdtsaConl.
Tabling, time limit, 54:58-60
Writtcn notice, dispensing, 44:6
Chairman, ruling on questions of lcgality, not pcrmitted, 1:53
Clauses, standing, 42:23
Decorum, use of propcr titlc, 50:41, 58; 5l:44-6, 49-50; 52286-8;
56:29
Divisions, recorded, 43:77-9
Documents
Appending to minutes and cvidence, 3:77; 5:10-1; 26:4; 28:3;
29:19; 33:1 11-3
M, (Mr. Corbin), 33:1 l3, agreed to
M. (Mr. Epp), 17:21, agrecd t0
M. (Mr. Epp), 33:1 13, agreed to
M, (Mr. McGrath), 35:59
M. (M12 McGrath), 412104, agrced to
Bricfs, availability to public/press, 11:5-6
Distribution, 22:142; 29:l07
Frencli version, dispensing with rcading, 43:62, 79
Refcrences, acceptability if tabling ncgatived, 5027-8
Documents, briefs, advcrtising for submisslons, deadlinc, M. (M.
Irwin), 1225-7
And requesting Witnesses, amdt. (Mr. lrwin), l:45-6, agrced to, 7
And requesting Witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:27-45,
withdrawn by unanimous consent, 7
Documents, tabling, 14:34
M. (Mr. Beatty), 3239-46, negatived on recorded division, 4-5
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 3139-46, agrecd to, 4
Election of Joint Chairmen, Ms. (Senatoi- Goldenberg; Mr. Irwin),
1:10, agreecl to
In camem meetings
‘Transcript, ordercd destroyed, 57:100
See alto below Reports to both Houses
Meetings
Adjourning, 29:94-5
Funeral et‘ Rt. Hon. Jules Léger, 12:44; 14:30, 51
Co-chairmen, attendance, 28:56
Disturbance from floor, 12:136-7
Bxtendittg hours, 30:59
Punctuality, 32:5
Schedule, printed notice, distribution, 1:22-5
Scheduling, 6:7-9
Additional, 15:30
Agenda and procedure subcotnmittec referra1,36:5-9
Vote, simple majority, 46:56-7
Seating, etc, acceptability, 1:67; 2:18
Wltile Constitutional discussions being held, 32144-6
Mcmbcr ol‘ I-louse not Committee member, participation in
Committee proceedings, 3:86; 6:41
lneligible to vote or move motions, 1219-23
Mcmbers
Addressing rcmztrks through Chair, 32:74, 143
Official record not updated, registration with Whip sufficient to
maintain eligibility, 1:l5-6 t
Partisanship, 29:40
Rcmarks
Corrccting, 34:7-8
Reflecting on incorrect position of opposition party, 27:97, 100,
103-5, 119-25
Study of resolution, adhering to, l4:41-2
Substitutes, status, 42121-2: 43221-5, 99-100; 54:23-6
Voting, 42:42
Mcmbcrship
Name removed without consultation, 3:47, 52

Proeedure and decisions of the Chair-Coin.

Ministcrs

Absence, substitutc Witnesses, 40:6-7

Availability to Committee, 4297-104

Interventions permitted during Committee procecdings, 42:l8-9

Qucstioning, 46157-61

Length of answers, 482119

Represcntative speaking for whole cabinet, 42:9-10
Minutes and evidencc, distribution time, 3:50; 5:5-G
Motion similar to 1 prcviously defeated, not in order, 1174-6
Motions

Mover prcsent during debate, 54:17

Prcscnting in French and Englislt, 47116-8

Split vote, 43:66, 92-3

Standing, 43:35-7, 51

Substantive, dealt with in plenary session, 7:38
Order of reference, bcyoncl scope, 56:l2-5
Order ot » reference, scope, effect on proposed amdt. motion, 50:22-4
Point of order, Member not member of Committee, eligibility, 50:80
Printing 5,000 copies cf minutes and evidencc, M. (Mr. lrwin),

1:11-2, agreed to
Privilege, governmcnt commitment not upheld, mattcr dealt with
only by House, 45:13-33
M. (Mr, McGrath) for referral, 45:20-33, negatived on recorded
division, 4-5
Proccdural matters, agenda and procedure subcommittee referral,
M. (Mr. Mackasey), 2:l4-6, agreed to, 4
Procedural questions, refcrencc to steering Committee, 7:42, 48-9
Proceedings, postponing while Honsc considcrs questions of
privilege, M. (Mr. Fraser), 47:10-21, withdrawn, 4

Proccedings, radio and TV broadcasting, 1:28, 32: 31:5

Authorizaliott, House rcsponsible, 1:71, 74-6, 86-7

M. (Mr. Epp), 1348-66, negatived on recorded division, 7-8

Amdt. (Mr. Beatty), 1:55, agreed to, 7

Sonate consultation, neccssity, l:56-7 .

Tclevision lighting and temperaiure discomforts, 1:63-5
Questionning o!‘ witnesses

Adjournment, interrupting, 3:9-l0

Relevancy, 41:70-1; 4228-30; 47:15; 49:32; 52:39; 54:70, 86;

55:I0-l, 23

Rotation by party, 3:7-11, 18-21; 9’27; 36:39; 42110-1

Supplementary questions, 3l:83-4; 37:47; 4 25-6; 4l:60-1

Time allocation, government members sharing, 3:8-11;8:18-9

Time expired, recalling at future date, 291119-21

Time limit, 13125-6; 17:50; 22:44-5, 129; 25:14; 271100; 31:5

61; 33:50 l‘ 34:35, 42; 35129-30; 37:l7-8; 49:32-3; 50:66-
51:59; 5 89-90; 54:31
1 question only, 15:27; 35:44
Quorum, official opposition, includihg, M. (Mr. Beatty), 1:9I-7;
2:7-11, negatived on recorded division, 3

Amdt. (Mr. Beatty), 1:97-8, agreed to, 9

Report, intcrint, order of referetice omitting, Committee ccasing to
exist, 1:56-7, 71-4

Reports to botli Houses

Draft consideration

Circulating report, 56258-9
In camera meetings, 56:52-3
M. (Mr. S. Robinson), 56252-8, negatived on recorded
division, 7
Staff, including, 56160-1
Time allocation, 5659-60
Members, eligibility to participate, 56:58

Joint chairman report, ordercd, 57:l00
Ru1ings,Speaker‘s rulings and statements, precedencc, I:72-3
Travel, M. (Mr, Epp), 1:78-91, negatived on recorded division, 8-9
Votes, recorded, rcquesting, 56:17

6
9;

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 41

Procedure and decisions ot‘ the ChaiF-Conz.
Witnesses
Appearance bcfore Committee
Experts, requesting, M. (Mr. Epp), l2:89-92, withdrawn, 94
Experts, requesting, M. (Mr. Nystrom), 12:93-7, negatived on
recorded division, 6
Guidelines, 1121; 2:l6-7
Invitation by po1iticalparty,imp1ied affiliation, 33. 5-6, 51-2
M. (Mr. Lapierre), 4:104-5, negatived on recorded division, 4
Requestingjusticc rninister appearance, M. (Mr. Mackasey),
‘2: 16, agreed to, 4
See alro above Documents, briefs, advertising for
Briefs, ree above Documents
Expenses, Committee paying, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:76-7, agreed to
Hearing immediately, l3:l9-20
Members of Parliament and Senatot’s appearing, agenda and
procedure subcommittee referral, 1:19, 23-6
Participation in points of order, 3143-4
Scheduling, 7132-50; 8124-9; 925-57, 101-2, 111-2, 1710-3:
32158-9; 33152-7
Statements, latitude in subjccts discussed, 33:l00-l
Witnesses/meetings/report deadline, M. (Senator Austin),
23131-40, 63-6, 78-80, agreed to as amended on recorded
division, 6
Amdt. (Mr. Beatty), 23:57, 63, 75, negatived on division, 5-6
Amdt. (Mr. Epp)
Part (a), 23:41, 73, negatived on division, 5
Part (b), 23:41, 74, negatived on division. 5
Part (c), 23:41, 75, negatived on division, 5
Part (d), 23:41, 75, negatived on division, 5
Part (e), 23:41, 75, negatived on division, 5
Amdt, (Mr. Nystrom), 23:45, agreed to, 5
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 23:56, 73, withdrawn
Amdt. (M125, Robinson), 23:76, not in order, 6

Proeess cf Constitutional change, 9:6l-2; 222123-4; 33:7-9, 14-5, 21- ,
47-9, 62-3; 35:19; 37125-6; 38:40; 50:26-7, 43-4, 49, 59, 61-6, 77-8;
56:22-3, 38-9

Alberta New Democratic Party position, 33:123-4
Chrétien position, 38:26

Delaying, Cohen position, 34167-70, 73, 77
Federal-provincial commission, establishing, 35:12-3, 19-20, 42-3
Market Information Research Company poll, 9:31
Progressive Conservative position, 56:41-2

Public input/consensus, patriation as final stage, Canadian

Connection position, 32:47-75

Quebcc reaction, 7162-4

Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 33:l76

Timetable, effect on economy, 8:5, l0; 9:36, 41

Progressive Conservative Party
Constitution position, 31:93; 32:15-6; 5l:79-80, 84-5; 54:1 16;
56:18-2l
Broadbent allegations re effect on western alienation, 53286-7,
96-7
Criticisms, 54:1 18-27
See also Amending procedurewVancouver consensus (1980);
Charter ot‘ rights; Consensus; Natural resources—Broadbent
proposal; Process
See also Abortion; Affirmative action; Amending

procedtire——Interim—Rer’erendum; Britain-

Logislation; Capital punishment; Çharter of rights;
Committee-Proceedingæ-Witnesses; Deportation; Disabled
and handicapped; Family; Federal-provincial conferences;
Freedom of information; God; House debatc—Mcmbers
participation; Jurisdictions——Provincial: Languagc of
instruction; Legal rights——Evidence; Minerai
resources——Offshorejurisdiction; Monarchy;

Progressive Cottservative Party——Con1.
Set» also»Conz.

Multiculturalism-w-Eittrencliing; Native rights; Natural
resources; Newfoundland-Labradormbettominaiional education
system; Non-discrimination rights; Quebec;
Resolutionw-Amdts; Senate; Unilateral action

Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatcltetvan, sec Amending
procedure; Linguistic and cultural rights;
Organizations/ittdividtials appearing and briefs submittcd;
Resolution

Property rights, 9:64, 113-4; 11:35; 1519; 27:40-], 54-5, 66; 49:70

Bill of Rights (1960), 4:87; 41:10-2

Business Council on National Issues position, 331134-5, 144, 153-4
Canadian Bar Association taosition, 44:26-7

Chrétien position, 37119-20

Expropriation, “natttral justice“/dtie process during hearitigs, 44:7,

19, 25-8; 46:26-7
Family business, 4418-13: 46:25
Federal position, 14:82-3
OLiberaI position, 43:59; 44:7, 15-6, 25; 46:l7-8, 21-2
Kaplan agrecment while acting minister, 4519-27, 32:46:12, 16-8,
23-5, 28-30; 47:10
Native people, affecting 16:14
Native rights, 50118-9
ëNew Democratic Party position, 43:60-1: 44: 1 8-31; 45130-1, 36-7;
46123-5, 28-30
Premiers position, 45: 1 1-2, 34-5; 56:49
Prince Edward Island position, 4186-7; 14:90; 27:55-6: 44:14, 21:
45:10, 36-7; 46121-2
‘Progressive Conservative position, 43:56; 44t8-3l; 46121-2; 56:26,
43,4 ’
See alsa Amending procedure n-Vancoixver consensus (1980),
Opting-out

“Property”, 7:105-6: 46:19-2l

Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 332169

Tarnopolsky position, 44:27-8

July 1980 draft, clause (9), 44117-8

See aire Search and seizurc

Protealt, Mrs. Gilberte (President, Société franco-manitobainc)
Constitution of Canada, 10:21-3, 32-4, 44

Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal
Backgroutid, 11:7-9
Enrollmcnt, Bill 101 affecting, etc,, 11:8, 23-4
See alro Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd

Provinces
Entry into Confcderation, procedure, l4z32-4, 43, 50-1
See alsa Consultations; Linguistic and cultural rights—Courts and
legislatures: Premiers

Public Attitude, 27:8-10; 31:47; 321100, 130-1; 5l:103—4; 56:49
See alro Amending procedurevVancouver’ consensus (1980);
Charter of riglits; Constitutional reform; Federal-provincial
conferences——Ottawa, Sept. 8-12/80; Native rights; Public
opinion polls

Public Interest Advocacy Centre, ses Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submittcd –

Public opinion polls, 27:48; 50:62-3; 56:25
Canada West Foundation, 12:99, 106-9, 112-4, 121-4,128-9, 132-3;
27:23; 33:117-9; 50:81-2
Canadian Unity Information Office polls, 3134-46; 1 1:6; 23:37, 55-7,
64-5; 25:29; 38:87
Mackasey position, 3z4l-3
Robinson proposal, 23155-7, 64-5, 73

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42 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Public opinion polls——Cont.

Gallup poll, Dec. 10/80, 58% oppose federal position, 23:15, 36-7,
52, 59, 62: 27:45, 54

Gallup pol1,.1an. 14/81, 64% oppose federal position, 38:7, 15, 23,
77; 41:66; 50:46, 59-60; 51:34

See also Abortion; Alberta-Separatism; Charter of rights; Federal-
provincial contenances-Ottawa, Sept. 8-12/80; Language of
instruction; Linguistic and cultural rights; Mobility
rights—Employment and residence; Unilateral action

Public Services
“Reasonable quality », 19:30
See aIso Social services

Quebec ‘
Anglophones, 2134-5; 3158-9; 7:58, 66-7; 8:50; 11:14-5, 18,24; 12:10;
13127; 52:80, 83
See also Education—Official languages policy; Official languages
minoritiesv-Francophoues outsidc Que.
Charter of individual rights and freedoms, l3:4l-2
Cultural evolution, 35:16, 40
Election, Apr, 13/81, effect of Liberal victory, 38:25
Immigration, see Language of instruction
Languagc rights, business corporations insensitivity, 2:34
Languages policy
Bill22,11:8, 12,17
Bill 101, 2t40-l; 6:38-40, 45-7; 10:31, 40-2; 1 1:10-Z, 16-25; 13:36;
l4z6l-2, 67-8; 22:88-9, 100-1; 34:l08, 114; 481105-6, 116-8
Tliorson case, 42: 1 6
See alro Protestant School Board ofGreater Montreal
See afro Language of instruction; Linguistic and cultural
rights-——Courts and legislatures
Laurin (provincial cabinet minister), see Mobility riglits
Liberal Party (provincial)
Beige paper, A new Cartadianfederation, 2:42; 6:25, 30; 7:66;
35:18, 33
See also Unilateral action
“Nation”, 28240-1; 3532-4, 40-1
National Assembly, ree Britain——Legislation, Thateher government;
Unilateral action
New Democratic Party position, 54: 1 27-8
Progressive Conservative position, 542123-5
Solidarity petition, Clark signature, 41;120-2
Sovereignty association, May 20/80 referendum, 23169-70; 28:29;
34:45; 35:18, 33; 52:26, 42
Canadian Unity Information Office role, 52:30, 36-41
Constitutional change, federal commitment, 11:9; 12:119-20;
17153-5; 23114-5; 33122-3; 34H08; 35:16-7, 22-3; 38:11-2;
39:19-23; 40:10-I
See alsa Linguistic and cultural rights—Courts; Unilateral action
See also Amending procedure—Blakeney proposai-
Referendum——Toronto formula—Vancouver
consensus (1980)—«Victoria formula (1971); Charter of rights:
Committee-Witnesses; Jurisdictions-Provincial; Linguistic
and cultural rights; Native peop1e-—1ndians: Process; Resolution;
Sexual orientation; Western provincesw-Alieitation

Racism, European superiority, resolution entrcnching, 32:87-8

Rae, Mr. Bob (NDP——Broadview-Greenwood)
Constitution of Canada, 23118-21

Referendums, see Amending procedure: Newfoundland-Labrador
Refugees, See Immigration

Regulations
Ministerial review, 4937-44
See alro Charter of rights-Statutes

Reid, Hon. J.M. (L———Kenora-Rainy River)
Organization meeting, 1:41-2

Rémillard, Professor Gil (Laval University)
Constitution of Canada. 3514-25, 28-49
References, sec Amending procedure——Victcria formula ([971);
Constitutional reform-lmportance; Resolution; Unilateral
action-Provinces, Statute ot‘ Westminster

Report to House, sec Committee

Resolution for a joint address to Her Majesty the Queen, 29Azl Z-8
Agreed to as amcnded, on recorded division, 56:17
Alberta Chamber of Commerce position, 27:36-7
Alberta elected rcpresentatives position, 27:47-5l
Alberta New Democratic Party position, 332119
Alberta position, 4:1 18
Amdts.
Federal position, 2:21, 47; 4:l06-7: 23:49; 36110-21; 39:6-7; 40:33;
43:20; 51:26, 53-4; 53247-8, 64; 5 . ,24
Chrétien promise re government members vote, 50:20; 51:78;
52:76
lntroducing, federal position, 30:21; 31:16, 89-93; 32:16, l9;
35:71, 75
Liberal position, 9:36-7;44:9-1 1
New Democratic Party position, 36:26-7; 41190-2; 4215-16, 20;
4 7-30
Ct’it isms, 47:48
Order of prcsentalion, 42121-3
Progressive Conservative position, 36:22-4; 38:29-32, 95, 104-5;
41:88-104; 41 A:1-5; 42:36-45; 43: 1 3-21
Justice Department assistance, 41192-3
M, (Mr. McGrath), 4l:104
Mackasey remarks, 41:1 13-7
Summary, preparing, 43:39
Title, 3717-9, 12-5
Trudeau position, 41:93; 46:I2-6
See also below Recommandations
Barrett position, 3176-7
Canada Act
Agreed to, 55:24
Schedule A
Agrced to as amended, 55:20, 24
Clause 1
Agreed to as amcnded, 55:19
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 54:1 10, agreed 1o
Amdt. (Senator Tremblay), 54:111-33;55:7-l9,negatived on
recorded division, 3-5
Clause 2
Agreed to as amended, 55:20
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 55119-20, agrced to
Clauses agreed to without amdt., 55:20
Preamble, agrced to, 55:20
Title, long, amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 55120-3, withdrawn by
unanimous consent
Titlc, short, 55:24, agreed to
Schedule B
Agreed to, 55:24
See also below Constitution Act (l980)—Provincial rcferral
Canada West Foundation position, 12:99
Canadian Bar Association position, 15:5
Newfounclland branch, 9:87
See alxo below Drafting
Canadian Federation of Civil Liberties and l-luman Rights
Associations position, 21:5-6, 9-10
Canadians for One Canada position, 27:12
Church ofJesus Christ of Lattcr Day Saints position, 29:7-8

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 43

Resolutiou for a joint address to Her Majesty them-Cant.
Clause by clause study, 23:45, 54-5
Wirnesses appearing, 27:90
Nystrom proposal, 23:45, 53-4
Clyne, J.V., position. 141102, 114-5; 15:24
Committee study, Justice Departrnent officials assisting, 2:21
Constitution Act (1980)
Clause 1
Agreed to as amended, 43:55
Amdt. (Mr. Epp), 42236-45; 43:13-21, negaiived on recorded
division, 4-5
Amdt. (Mr, lrwin), 4223-36, agrced to on division, 3
Amdi, (Mr. S. Robinson), 43:21-2, 25-37, 54-5, negativcd on
division, 6
M. (Mr. Epp) to stand, 4335-7, agreed to
Clause 2

Amdt. (Mr. Crombie), 4355-62, negatived on division, 7

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 43:67, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 43:79, agreed to, 8

Amdt, (Mr. S. Robinson), 43239-55, negatived on recorded

division, 6-7

Amdt. (Mr. S, Robinson), 43:62-6, agreed 1o
Part (a), 43:66, negatived on division, 7
Par: (b), 43:66, agrced t0

Amdt. (Mr, S. Robinson), 4368-79, negatived on recorded

division, 7-8
Clause 3

Agreed 1o as amended, 43:90

Amdt, (Mr, Corbin), 43284-90, agreed to on division, 8

Amdt. (Mr. S, Robinson), 43:79-84, negalived on division, 8

Clause 4

Agreed to as amended, 431101

Amdt. (Mr, Corbin), 43:90, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 43:91-8, 101
Part (a) negatived on recorded division, 10
Part (b) nogatived on division, 10
Part (c) negalived on recorded division, 10-1

Clause 5
Agreed to as amended, 43:116
Amdt, (Mr, McGrath), 43:101-2, i l6, negaiived on recorded
division, l l-2
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 43:102-16, negatived on
division, l 1
Clause 6
Agreed to, 46:l0l
Amdt. (Mr. lninuar), 43:121-7; 4425-6; 46:71-101, negaiived
on recorded division, 8
Amdt, (Mr. S. Robinson), 43:1 16-20, negatived on division, 12
Clause 7
Agreed to as amended, 46:70-l
Amdt. (Mr. Beatty), 44212-31; 46: 1 2-30, negatived on recorded
division, 3-4

M. to stand (Mr. Nystrom), 44:20-31

Amdt, (Mr. S. Robinson), 44:6-l2, negatived on division, 3

Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 46:30-45, negatived on division, 4
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. Crombie), 46:64-6, agreed to, 6
Par! (a), 46:45-55, negatived on recorded division, 4-5‘
Par! (b), 46:62-70, negativcd on recorded division, 6-7

Clause 8

Agreod to as amended, 46:8

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 46:l0l-9, agreed t0
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 46:l02-8, negaiived on

recorded division, 8-9
Clause 9
Agreed to as amendcd, 46: 1 24

Resolution for a joint address to Her Majesty them-Cont.
Constitution Act (l980)—C‘ant.
Clause 9——Com.
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 46:l09-24, agreed to
Amdt. 1o amdt. (Mr. Fraser), 46:1 10-24, negatived on
recorded division, 9-10
Clause 10

Agreed 1o as amended, 47:28

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 462125-7, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr, S. Robinson), 46:127-35, negatived on recorded

division, 10-1
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 46:135-7; 47:21-8, negatived on
division
Clause 1 1
Agreed 1o as amended, 47:73
Amdt. (Mr, Corbin), 4759-60, 64, agreed to
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 47×604, negatived on
division, 7

Amdt. (Mr. Epp), 4757-9, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr, lrwin), 47′
Amdt. (Mr, lrwin), 47:
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 47143-4, agreed 1o

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 47: 2-3, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 47:54, agreed to, 57

Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 47:54-7, negatived on
division, 6
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 47:64, 69, agreed to
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 47:65-9, negatived on
division, 7
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 47:44-52, negaiivcd on division, 5
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 47:69-73, negativrzd on division, 7
Clause 12
Agreed 1o, 47:7
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 47173-80, negalivcd on division, 7
Clause 13
Agreed 1o as amended, 47:83
Amdt. (“in lrwin). 47:80-3, agreed 1o on division, 8
Clause 14

Agreed ;o as amended, 47:88

Amdt. (Mr. McGrath), 47:86-7, agreed to

Amdt, (Mr. S. Robinson), 47:83-6, negatived on division, 8

Clause l5
Agreed to as amended, 48:49
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 47:88; 48:35, agreed to
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr, Crombie), 47:90-l. agrecd to
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. S, Robinson), 47:89-92; 48:l7-34.
amended by unanimous consent, 17-8
Part (a), 48:34, negatived on recorded division, 5
Part (c), 48:34, negatived on recorded division, 5-6
Pan (cl), 48:34, negatived on recorded division, 6
Part (e), 48:34, negatived on recorded division, 6-7
Amdt. (Mr. Irwin), 48:39, 45-6, agreed to
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. Epp), 48:40-3, negatived on division, 7
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. Epp), 48:45, agreed to
Amdt. io amdt, (Mr. S. Robinson), 48:40, 43-5, negatived on
division, 7
Amdt. (Mr. Manly), 48:46-8, negatived on division, 8
Clause l6
Agreed to as amended, 48:81
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 48:60-8l, agreed to
Clause l7

Agreed 1o as amended, 48:81

Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 48:81, agreed t0

Amdt. (Mr. Corbin). 54:97-8, agreed to by unanimous consent

Clause 18
Agreed to as amended, 48:82
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 48181-2, agreed to

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44 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Resolution for a joint address to Her Majesty the…——Conl. Resolution for a joint address t0 Her Majesty tlle…«Conl.

Constitution Act (1980)—Cont.
Clause l9
Agreed to as amended, 48:82
Amdt. (Mr, Corbin), 48:82, agreed to
Amdt, (Mr, Corbin), 54:98, agreed to by unanimous consent
Clause 20
Agreed 1o as amended, 48:85
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 48:82-5, agreed to
Amdt, (Mr, lrwin), 54:98, agreed to by unanimous consent
Clause 21
M. to add (Mr. Crombie), 48:85-94; 52165-8, withdrawn by
unanimous consent
Clause 23
Agreed t0 as amended, 482120
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin). 4894-6, 107-20, agreed to on recorded
division, 14-5
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr, Nystrom), 48:96-107, negatived on
recorded division, 14
Clause 24, 49:83-4
Agreed 1o as amended, 49:95
Amdt. (Mr. lttinuar), 49184-95, agreed to on recorded division,
9

M. to add (Mr. Irwin), 481120-5, agreed to
Amdt. (Mr. S, Robinson), 48:l2l, withdrawn

Clause 25, negatived, 50:13

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 50:13, agreed to

M. to add (Mr. Irwin), 50:9-12, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. Epp), S0:l0-2, withdrawn by unanimous consent

Clause 26. negatived, 50:20

M. to add (Mr. Irwin), 48:l25-6; 50:14, 19-20, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 48:16, 125; 50114-9, negaiived on
division, 4

Clause 27, 49:1 1-2, agreed 1o

M. to add (Mr. McGrath), 481126, 130-1, agreed to

Amdt, (Senator Petten), 48:l27-30, agreed to

Clause 28, 49127-37, agreed io on division

M. to add (Mr. McGrath), 49113-26, negatived on recorded

division, 4-5

Clause 29, 49:50-4, agreed t0 on recorded division, 6

Amdt. (Mr, Nystrom), 49245-50, negatived on division, 6

M. tu add (Mr. Hnatysliyn), 49137-45, negatived on recorded

division, 5-6
Clause 30, M. t0 add (Mr. S. Robinson), 49154-6, 59-64, amended
by unanimous consent, 56-9, 63, negatived on division, 8

Clause 3l

Agreed to as amended, 49:82

Amdt, (Min lrwin), 49:71-8l,agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 49:65-71, negatived on recorded

division, 8
M. to add (Mr. lttinuar), 49:95-101, agreed to on recorded
division, 9-10

Clause 32

Agreed to as amended, 51:30

Amdt. (Senator Austin), 51122-30, agreed to, 5

Amdt. t0 amdt. (Mr. Epp), 51127-8. agreed to

Amdt. (Senator Tremblay), 51:1 1-22, ncgazived on division, 4
Clause 33. 52:l08-13, agreed to on division
Clause 34,52:113,agreed to
Clause 35

Agreed 1o on division, 521117

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin),52:114-5,agreedto
Clause 36

Agreed to as amended, 521117

Amdt. (Mr. Irwin), 52:1 16-7, agreed to
Clause 37, agreed to on division, 52:1 17

Constitution Act (1980)—CanI,
Clause 38
Agreed to as amended, 53:19
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 52:1 17-30: 53217-9, agreed to on recorded
, division, 6
Clause 39, 53:19-20, agreed to on division
Clause 40
Agreed to as amended, 53:27
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 53:20-7, agreed to on division
Clause 41
Agreed to as amended, 511115
Amdt. (Mr, Epp), 5 l 132-43, 50-108, negatived on recorded
division, 8-9 _
Amdt.(Mr,1rwin),5l:lO9-15
Part (ii), agreed to, 51:9
Part (iii), agreed t0 on division, 5119-10
Clause 42
Agreed to as amended, 52:60-5
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 51:l23-4
Amdt. (Mr. Irwin), 52: 5-60, agreed to on division, 6
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 52:10-5, negatived on
division, 5
Amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 51:1 15-23, negalived on division, l0
Clause 44, 52184-108, negatived on recorded division, 8
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 52169-84, agreed to
Clause 46
Agreed to as amended on division, 53:35
Amdt.(Mr.1rwin), 53:27-9, 34-5, agreed t0 on division, 9
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 5329-34, negaiived on
recorded division, 9
Clause 47
Agreed to as amended, 53:49
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 54298-9, agreed to by unanimous consent
Amdt.(Mr.1rwin), 53:37, agreed to
Clause 48
Agreed to, 53:51
Amdt. (Mr. Epp), 53:50, withdrawn by unanimous consent
M. to add (Mr. McGrath), 53:38-49, negatived on recorded
division, l0
Clause 49, agreed to, 53:51
Clause 50
Amdt. (Mr. Epp), 53155-65, negatived on recorded division, 12
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 53:65-8, agreed to on division
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 53:5l-4, negatived on recorded
division, 1 1
Clause 51
Agreed 1o as amended, 53:71
Amdt.(Mr,1rwin),53:68-71,agreedto
Clause 52
Agreed to as amended, 54:94
AmdL(Mr. 1rwin),54:91-4, agreed 1o
Clauses 52 and 53
M. to add (Mr. Broadbent), 53:72-7; 54:80-90, agreed to as
amended
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 53:78-80, 84-97; 54:18-23, 27-70,
agreed 1o on recorded division, 10
Amdt. (Mr. Fraser), 54:70-6, negalived on recorded division,
l0-1
Amdt. (Mr. McGrath), 53:8l-4; 54:76-80, negatived on
recorded division, 1 1
Clause 59
Agreed to as amended, 54:96
Amdt.(Mr. 1rwin),S4:95-6,agreedto
Clauses agreed to without amdt., 48:94; 49:12, 65; 52:68, 108;
53:51; 54:94-5

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 45

Resolution for a joint address tu Her Majesty them-Com.
Constitution Act (1980)———Conz.
Parts 1 and 111, M. (Mr. Epp), 50:2l-2, 25-85, negatived on
recorded division, 7-8
Schedule l, 54:l05-8, agreed to as amended
Amdt. (Mr. Epp), 541103-5, agreed to
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 54:l00-3, agreed to
Teehnical amdts. to English version, Ms. (Mr. Irwin), 54:99-100,
agreed to
Technical amdt. to proposed Sixth Schedule to Constitution Act
1867 (A), M. (Senator Austin), 56:9-11,agreedto
Title, 54H09, agreed to as amended
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 54:108-9, agrced to
Davis position, 14193-5
Divisive, 34261-2, 77-8, 105-G; 56:25-o, 30
Drañing, 2:48-50; 4245-6: 9:68, 80, 88; l4:83-5; 15:21; 22:1 12-3:
24:55; 4 34, 85, 109; 4733-6, 39-43, 65-7; 481101-3; 49:72,
75-6, 96; 50:16; 5l:l13-4: 53:18
Canadian Bar Association reeommendations, l5:12-3
See alro Charter of rightsw“Reasonable limits“; Legal rights
Federal position
Court referral, 54:85-7
Criticisms, 50:49, 73-4
Documents, tabling, 41:47, 51
Electoral mandate lacking, l2:l09: 35:11, 42-3; 38:10
Green, Sid, position, 38:18, 27 _
Limiting to patriation/amending formula/unanimity, 4:l06-7
New Democratic Party support, 39:6
Opposition, 23:35-6; 27:72
Ryan position, comparing, 4:108-9: 38:25
Saskatehewan support, 381101-2
Federal system, affecting, 33:l32; 54:1 14-8; 56: 1 8-9
Form of final presentation, 56:8
lndian Rights for lndian Women position, 17:84
Inuit Committee on National Issues position, 16:l7-8
Legality/legitimacy, 4:49-52; 12:135-6; 142106; 22:16; 27:12-4, 105,
141-2; 34:8, 32-4, 44-5, 99-100; 35:1 1, 29, 34-6, 46
Liberal position, 36:36
See also above Amdts.
“Made in Canada“, 17:42; 22:66: 34:102
See also BritainwLegislation
Main elements, 2:20
Mennonite Central Committee position, l2:53-4
National Action Committee on the Status o1Women position,
9:57-8, 70, [32
New Brunswick government position, 19:72, 78-9
New Brunswiok legislature, submitting to for approval, l9:72-4
New Democratic Party position, 38:75-6; 50:30-1; 56:21-2, 28-30
Beatty remarks, 23:58
See aIso above Amdts.; Federal position
“Newfoundland », references, Epp proposal, 54:l03-5
Nova Scotia position, 17:28
Omissions, 54:105-8
Postponing until court deeision, 41:26
Preamble, 10:24; 13:50; 19:27; 23:8-9, 11, 23, 29, 42; 29:52, 88, 124;
29:132-3, 141-2
Agreed to on division, 56:13-7
Premiers position, Hatfield remarks, 19:63
Presentation to Her Majcsty the Queen, M, (Senator Austin),
56:17-49, agreed to on recorded division, 6-7
Prince Edward lsland position, l4z75-6, 96
Progressive Conservative Party 01 Sskatchewan position, 32:10Û-l,
1 1 5
Provincial reference to courts
Blakeney position, 30:43
Delaying taetio, 34:88, 91

Resolulion for a joint address t0 Her Majesty the…—CoIxI.
Provincial reîerence to courtsm-Conz.
Subjudice convention, 34:71. 88-9
Provincial referral of Schedule B under proposed amending
procedure, Epp motion, 50:21-2, 25-85
Public input, 19:26-7, 33, 36-8, 40-1; 21 :10—5, 23-4; 32217-8;
34:106-7, 112-3, 145; 35:81; 41:86-7
Trudeau position, 9:42
See also Charter of rights
Quebeo political leaders position, 17:55-6; 28:36
Recommendations re, moving, 56252-3, 58
Rémillard position, 35:9-l0
Scott, F.R., position, 23:68-9
Section 42, xee Amending procedure—Referendum
Supreme Court reference, 4:95; l4:108; 30:44; 34:72, 91-2; 35:27
Subjurllce convention, 4:51; 17:32; 21:1 l; 2338-9; 34:42-3, 71,
88-9. 104
See also Britain——Legislation; Native rights
Title, 56:11-5, 21
Agreed to on division, 56:17
Trudeau position, see Amending prOeedureAReferendumM
Vancouver; Committoe—Proceedings; House debate—Members
participation; Linguistic and cultural rights-Courts; Native
rights; Natural resources and see above Amdts.
United Church of Canada position, 29279-80, 91; 29Azl2-8
Vancouver People’s Law School Society position, 32:25-6
Words l’or an Address to Her Majesty, 56:17, agreed to on division
Words for a proposed Resolution, 56:17, agreed to on division
Yukon, alTecting, 14:44-6
See aise lndian Act; Social services

Retirement, compulsory, non-discrimination rights, L1,:119-20;5:l1-3;
33:92; 34:149-50
See also Justice-mludges

Rhéaume, Mr. Gene (Honorary President, Native Council of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 17:l30

Richardson, Hon. lames (National Chairman, Canadians for One
Canada)

Constitution of Canada, 27:7-34

Referenccs
Cabinet resignation (October 1976), 27;7-9
See nlso Amending procedure-Victoria formula (1971); Charter

0l » rights

Riis, Mr. Nelson (NDP-Kamloops-Shuswap)
Constitution 01 Canada, 27:50-3

Riley, Mr. Del (President, National lndian Brotherhood)
Constitution of Canada, 27:75-7, 89-114, 118

Rizzuto, Senakor Pietm (Repentigny)
Constitution oî Canada, 23:13—4
Referenecs, see Language of instruetion——National Congress 01
ltalian Canadians

Rjadki, Dr. Edward (Psychiatrist, Campaign Lite-Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 34: 1 27

Roberts, Hon. John, see Britain-«Legislalion, Thatcher government

Roberts, Mr. Stanley (President, Canada West Foundation)
Constitution ofCanada, 12:98-100, 109-23, 129-30, 136

Robertson, Gordon, sa’ Amending procedure—Referendum
Robinson, Mr. Svend (NDP-Burnaby)
Abortion, 22:37-40; 24:107-9; 46:70-1

Administrative abuses, 37:19-21
Affirmative action, 48:43-4

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46 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Rohinson, Mr. Svend-Carrl.

Amending procedure, 3:29-3l;4:56-7, 80, 92; 5:14-5; 7:19-20; 13:16;
21:13; 29:61; 39rl2-6; 40:14-6, 26; 41:74, 85; 51:40-2, 79-80.
99-100, 112-3; 52:10-1, 19-21, 58, 66-8, 84-5: 53z33-5, 51-4

Britain, legislation enabling Canadian constitutional amdt., 50:49

Campbell, Miss Coline, references, 1:83

Charter of rights, 3:27-9; 4z55-9, 86; :14-8; 7:19-22; 9:45; 1l:37-8;
14:20-1; 15:17-20; 21:14; 22:1 15- 23:54; 29:62; 3 19-20, 23;
38 9-40, 46-8; 4029-30; 41:14-5; 42:25-31, 34-5, 41-2; 43:30-3;
50:50-1; 54:93-4

Children’s rights, 21:36-7

Citizenship,43:116-8;46:122

Committee

Deadlinc, 4:53-4; 9:44-7

Proceedings, procedural delays, 9:44-6

Sittings, 23:53

Staff, 52:56; 56:62

Travel, 1283-5

Witnesses, 1143-4; 7:19; 1l:36-7; 14:16; 23352-5, 76

Constitution of Canada, 1:43-4, 83-5; 3z27-3l, 39, 7
92; 14-8; 7:19-22, 38-9, 48;9:44-7, 152; 11:6, 3 – ,43;
13:14-7; 14216-21; 1517-20; 17:58-61; 21:13-6, 19, 36-9;
22:37-40, 44, 65-7, l 14-8; 23:52-7, 65, 73-80; 24:32-4, 38, 47-51,
107-10; 29:60-2; 32:19-23; 3617-8, 39; 37:18-25, 37-9; 3839-40,
46-8; 39:12-7; 4 4-6, 25-6, 29-30; 41:6-7, 12-6, 21-2, 41,47,
73-4,84-5,118-20, 2:5-9, 19-20, 25-31, 34-5, 41-2; 43:22-34,
38-40, 47-9, 53-4, 60-9, 73-86, 89-92, 97-8, 101-8, 114-9; 44:6-7,
10-2, 16-9, 26-30; 45:20-[, 26-7, 31; 46:14, 30-7, 44-7, 54-66,
69-71, 90-3, 99-109, 113-6, 122-9, 134-7; 47:26-31, 35, 41-6,
51-61, 64-75, 79-80, 83-6, 89-92; 48zl7-23, 32-5, 40, 43-6,
104-6, 121-3, 126; 49239-42, 53-71;50:14-9, 48-51, 87; 51122-3,
31,38, 40-5, 49-50, 79-80, 99-100, 112-3; 5210-1, 19-21, 56-8,
66-8, 84-91; 53:33-5, 51-4; 54:91-4, 121-8; 55:7; 56:27-30, 52-4,
59-62

Consultations, 9:l52; 14:16

Deaf, 47284-5

Deportation, 46:1 13-6

Disabled and handicapped, 5:17; 37:21-41; 39:16-7; 49:53-4

Elections, 43:80-6

Emergency, publie, 4955-63

Environment, 49:70- 1

Equalization, 49:65-71

“Everyone“,24:110;43:39-40, 48-9; 44:7, 11-2

Federal position, 50:49

Freedom of conscience, 22:1 17-8

Freedom of information, 43:l02-4, 107-8, 114-6

House debate, closure, 1:84

House ofCommons,duration,43:91-2,97-8

House ofCommons, staff, 43:75-6

lndian Act, 54:94

Japanese Canadians, l3:15-6

Jurisdictions, provincial, 44:l6-9, 28-30

Kaplan, Mr., referenccs, 44:10

Labour unions, 43:68-9, 73-7

Language ofinstruction, 41:41; 48:104-6

Legal rights, 4:57-8; 5:18; 7:21-2; l1:38-9; 14:17-9; 15:18-9;
21:14-6; 22:1 17-8 4:48-50; 37:24-5; 41115-6; 4630-7, 44-7, 54,
125-9, 134-7; 47:27-31, 35, 41-6, 51-61, 64-75, 79-80, 83-6;
48:12]

Liberal Party, NDP support, 46:14

Lieutenant Governors warrants, 46:l24

Linguistic and cultural rights, 37137-9; 56:60

Mackasey, Mr., refcrences, 21:19

Mobility rights, 46290-3

Multiculturalism, 50:14-5, 19

Native rights, 11:43; 17:60; 50:17-9; 54:125-6

New Democratic Party constitution position, 5629-30

Robinson, Mr. Svend——Cor1t.
Non-discrimination rights, 17:61; 20:66-7;22:118;32:20-l;4l:2|-2;
47:89-92: 48:l7-23, 32-5, 40
Organization meeting, 1243-4, 83-5
Parole Board, 47:68
Patriation,22:115
Points of order
Agenda and procedure subcommittee, 4:55
Divisions, recorded, 43:77-9
Documents, appending, 3:77
Documents, briefs, advcrtising for, M. (Mr, lrwin), and
requesting \vitnesses, amdt. (Mr, Nystrom), 1:43-4
Documents, tabling, M. (Mr. Beatty), amdt., 3:39
McGrath privilege, 45:20- 1, 26-7
Meetings, scliedtlling, 36:7-8
Members, substitutes, 43s24-5
Ministers, questioning, 46:57-61
Questioning of Witnesses, 36:39
Reports to botli l-louses. draft considcration, in camcra meetings,
M., 5652-4
Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:83-5
Witnesses, appearance before Committee, 7:38-9, 48
Witnesses/meetings/report deadline, M, (Senator Austin),
23152-6, 80
Amdts., 23:56-7, 73,76
Political belicfs, 29262; 48:2l-2
Prcss/media, 43362-6
Privaey, 43:61;46:62-5, 69-70
Progressive Conservative Party, 54: 1 21-7
Property rights, 43:60—l; 44:16-9, 26-30: 461102-7; 50:19; 56:27
Public opinion polls, 11:6; 23:55-7, 65
Quebec, 54:123-5, 128
References, 41:1 18-20; 42:42; 52z92-3
See 211:0 Amending procedure-«Referendum, Charter of riglits;
Committce——Witnesses; Public opinion polis——Canadiail
Unity information Office; SenatewPalronage
Regulations, 49:39-42
Resolution to Queen, 21:13; 23:53; 41:47
Amdts., 42:5-9, 20; 43:26-9; 51:23
Royal Canadian Mounted Police, 46:66, 70, 108-9
Search and seizure, 46:102-7
Sonate, 51:42-5, 49-50; 52:85-91
Sexual equality, 22:6 :
Sexual orientation, 2 .32-4; 39:17
Supreme Court, 2265-6
Tassé, Mr., reterences, 55:7
War Mcasures Act, 4019-30; 41:6-7, 12-3
Women, 4155-6; 5: 1 5-6
Writs of assistance, 41113-4; 46:108
Young ofifenders, 21: 8 9

Robliu, Senator Duff (Red River)
Administrative abuses, bureaucratie law-making, 33:1 38
Age, 9:14-5
Amending procedure, 3:21-3; 4:122-7, 136-9; 9z97-8; 12:1 10; 19:54;
27:14-5; 321120-1; 33:40—l; 4l:24-31, 80-2; 51:65-70, 112, 12|;
52:I5-9
Capital punishment, 14:29
Charter 01 rights, 22:63; 24:45; 27:66; 38:41-3; 42:34
Lyon position, 51:47-8
Committee
Proceedings, broadcasting, 1:56-7, 63
Travel, 1:82-3
Witnesses, 1:30-2
Con ferences, 51 : 1 9-20, 28
Constitution of Canada, 1:16-7, 20-1, 30-2, 56-7, 63, 82-3; 3z2l-4;

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 47

Roblin, Senator Dufiï-Cnnl.
Constitution of Canada-Cour.
45-7427112-6, 124-5, 152-3; 32:1 l6-2l; 33138-42, 123-6, 138-42;
34:31-5, 56, 94; 38:40-3: 41:24-31, 76-82, 118, 125; 42:34; 43:28,
35-7, 42-3; 45:27; 46:19-23, 84, 91-3; 47:18-20; 4815-7, 84 ;
51:19-20, 28,46 65-70, 112, 116, 121; 52:15-9, 100-3, 129;
53:17-8, 49-51; 54. 3-8, 78-8215637-40
Constitutional assembly, 9:15; 3339-40
Convcntion/precedence, 3451-4
Council ofthe provinces, 33:124-6
Equalization, 3r23-4; 32:1 18
“Everyoneï 43:42-3
Federal-provincial relations, l9z52-3
Freedom ot » information, 24:20-1
Languagc oiinstruction, 9:l3-4; 2l:l2-3
Legal rights, l4:28—9: 24346-7
Linguistic and cultural rights, 4zl37-9; 1954-5; 32:1 19-20
Mobility rights, 33:139-41;46:84
Municipalities, 9:1 l-3
Native rights,17:76-7;27:152-3;33:41-2;46:91-3
Natural resources, 32:1 17-8; 54:S3-8
Newfoundland-Labrador, 53:49
Non-discrimination rights, 21211-2; 22:64
Organization meeting, l:l6-7, 20-1, 30-2, 56-7, 63, 82-3
Points oforder
Agenda and procedure subcommittee, quorum, 1:17
Documents, briefs, advortising l’or, M. (Mr, lrwin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:30-2
McGrath privilege, 45:27
Mcmbcrs of House ol‘ Commons not Committee mcmbers, 1:20»!
Members, official record not updatcd, rcgistration with Whip
sufficieizt to maintain eligibility, 1:16
Membcrs remarks, 27: 1 24-5
Ministers, availability to Committee, 4:98
Proceedings, postponing, 47;18—20
Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Epp), 1156-7,
63
Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:82-3
Political belief, 48325-6
Press/media, 24121-2
Process, 33rl23-4
Property rights, 46:19-23
Referenccs, 52:103-4
See also Amending procedure-Jîcfcrcndum; Linguistic and
cultural rightsfiCourts and legislatures
Resolution to Qucen, l2:109; 21:10-1; 27:12-4; 34:32; 5638-40
Sonate, 12:111;32:117;33:125;41:76-9, 125;51:46-7;52:100-3;
53:51
Sexual equality, 43235-7
Supreme Court, 22:63
Unilateral action. 9:98; l2:108-9;33:14l-2;3432-3
Western provinces, alienation, 54180-2

Roch, Mrs. Lucille (Director General, Société franco-manitobaine)
Constitution ol Canada, 10:23-4, 38-9

Rose, Mr. Mark (NDP—Mission-l’ori Moody)

Amending procedure, 35:46

Constitution of Canada, 291139; 32:38-41;69-70; 33:116-ï 85-6,

93-4;34:73-7; 35:45-6; 38:105-7:39:8, 14

Denominational/indepetident schools, 33185-6
Federal-provincial relations, 34z7_3-4

Legal rights, 34:75

Lite insurance rates, 33:93-4

Native rig1tts,33:4û-7;34:7S-6

Natural resources, 38:105-7; 39:8
Non-discrimination rights, 32:38-41

Process, 32:70; 33147-9

Rose, Mr. Markn-Cont.
Resolution to Qucen, 35:46
Unilateral action, 35:45

Rosenbloom, Mr. Donald (Legal Counsel, Nishga Tribal Council)
Constitution of Canada, 26:14-22, 25-8, 33-6

Rousseau, Senator Yvette (de Salaberry)
Constitution of Canada. 2478-80: 42:21

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, mail interceptions and openiixgs,
46:66-70, 108-9

Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism (Laurendeau-
Dunton), 11:9

Royal Proclamation (1763), SEC’ Native rights
Ruby, Clayton, xee Charter of rights—“Reasonab1e limits“

Rudnyckyj, Professor J.B. (Canadian Citizcnship Fedcration)
Constitution ol Canada, 2959-60, 64-5

Rudzik, Mr. Orest (President, Ukrainian Canadian Committee,
Toronto Branch)
Constitution o! » Canada, 14259-60, 67

Russell, Professor Pater (University ot’Toronto)
Constitution of Canada, 34rl3l-72
References, see Amending procedure-Referendum-«Vancouver
consensus (l980)—«Victoria formula (1971 ); Charter of
rights-Entrenchmcnt

Russell tribunal report, see Native rights

Ryan, Claude (Que. Liberal leader‘), See Committue——Witnesses;
Linguistic and cultural rights-Courts and legislaturcs;
ResolutionmFederal position; Unilateral action

Ryant, Mr. Joseph (Board Member, Canadian Council on Children
and Youth)
Constitution o! » Canada, 21233-6

St. Denis, Mr. Yves (President, Association canadienne-française de
l’Ontario)
Constitution ol » Canada, 832-5, 40, 44-53
St. Laurent, the latc Rt. Hon. L.S., sec Charter 0l‘ rights; Jurisdictions;
Unilateral aCtionAProVinCeS

Sanderson, Mr. Sol (Chie? of Federation of Saskatchcwan lndians)
Constitution ofCanada, 29:106-7, 113-4, 117-20; 3l:63-78, 86-8,
93-4

Saskatchewan

Government. See Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submittcd

Hcritage trust fund, 322137

Potash/CIGOL, 30:24, 35-6; 32: 1 24-5; 53:76, 80, 85-6; 5428-30,
43. 50

See also Natural resources—Broadbent proposa]

See also Affirmative action: Age; Charter of rights; Equalization;
Language ofinstruction; Linguistic and cultural rights; Minerai
resourccs——Oll’shorcjurisdiction; Multiculturalism; Native
peop1e—lndians; Natural resources; Official languages
minoriticæ-Francophones outside Que; Resolution-«Federal
position; Social services-Welfare recipients

Saskatchewan Huntan Rigllts Commission, see Charter ol‘ rights; Non-
discrimination rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submittcd

Saunders, Mr. Dottg (Legal Counsel, National lndian Brotherltood)

Constitution ol‘ Canada, 27:99, 111, 115-6

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48 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Sauvé, Hon. Jeanne, P.C., references, see Committee-—Proceedings

Savino, Mr. Vic (Legal Counsel, Native Council or » Canada)
Constitution ofCanada, 17:121-3, 131

Schlesinger, Mr. Frank (Canadian Jewish Congress)
Constitution ofCanada, 7:96-8

Schultz, Mr. Nick (Associate General Counsel, Public lnterest
Advocacy Centre)
Constitution of Canada, 29:l9-36

Sciascia, Mr. Antonio (Legal Advisor, National Congress of Italian-
Canadians (Quebec Rcgion))
Constitution of Canada, 23:7, 11-29

Scott, F.R,, sec Resolution

Scott, The Most Reverend Edward W. (Primate oi the Anglican
Church of Canada)

Constitution ol‘ Canada. 33:6-50

References
New Democratic Party affiliation, 33:16
See alxo Anglican Church of Canada

Search and seizure, 7:11-3, 89-90; 15:8; 21:7; 22:107; 24z53-4; 29:86-7;
32:12; 36:1 1-2; 46:101-7

Séguin, Miss Jeannine (President, La Fédération des Francophones
Hors Québec Inc.)
Constitution ol Canada, 13:26-S2

Sonate, 36:38

Appointments, 53:66-8

British Columbia position, 38:100

E|ecting,33:125;41:76,125;51:20, 64; 521100-2

PatronagmS. Robinson allegations, 51:42-50; 5285-93, 97-105

Progressive Conservative position, 41:96

Reforming, 12:130-1; 32:104-5, 117: 3 ’43; 52194-7, 103; 53:50-]

Regional representation, 30:28-9; 41:82-]

Report on certain aspects of I/ze Canadian constitution, November
1980 study, 34168-9

Supreme Court decision re Bill C-60 of 30th Parliament, 3124-5;
4:23-6, 93-5; 35:8, 24: 41:53-4, 76-7; 522102

Veto power, me Amending procedure

See also Committee—Proceedings; Native people-Representation;
Western provinceæ-Alienation

Separatism, sec Alberta

Sexual equality, 20:22-3; 22:66; 49:46-7, 50
New Democratic Party amdt., 43:21-2, 25-37

Sexuel orientation, non-discrimination rights, 5:24-5; 2423-5, 32-40;
32:2l-2, 24; 39:17; 48220-1, 31-2
Children/education, relationship, 24129-32, 38-40
New Democratic Party position, 24:29, 34
Quebec legislation, 24:25-6, 32-4, 37

Shimizu, Dr. Art (Chairman, Constitution Committee, National
Association of Japanese Canadians)
Constitution cf Canada, 13:9-10, 14, 20-5

Simard, Ms. Louise (Deputy CltiefCotnmissioner, Saskatchewan
Human Rights Commission)
Constitution of Canada, 20122-4

Simon, Mr. René (Chairman, Attikamek-Montagnais Council)
Constitution o! » Canada, 28:4-29

Sinclair, Mr. Jim (President, Association of Métis and Non-Status
lndians ofSaskatchewan)
Constitution ol‘ Canada, 22:129-43, 147-52

Skagen, Mr. Donaltl (Canadians for Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 34:1 10-I

Small business, family business
New Democratic Party position, 44:16, 22
See also Property rights

Smallegs, Mr. Nelson (Indian Association 01′ Alberta)
Constitution otÎCanada. 31:83

Smith, Mr. Bruce (President 01 Toronto Ontario East Stakc, Church
ot‘ Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)
Constitution ofCanada,29:7-18

Smith, Mr. David (LwDon Valley Fîast)
Constitution ofCanada, 12:40-3
Rcferences, see Committee —Proceedings

Smith, Mr. Elijah (Vice Chairman, Council l’or Yukon lndians)
Constitution oi Canada, 1S:23-4

Smith, Senator George I. (Colchester)
Constitution of Canada, 17:44-6

Smith, Mr. Michael (Legal Counsel, Council for Yukon lndians)
Constitution 01 Canada, 18:|6-7, 21-2

Smith, Mr. Percy (lndian Association ofAlberta)
Constitution of Canada, 3 1 :74

Snow, Mr. John (Chief from Treaty 7, lndian Association oi Alberta)
Constitution of Canada, 2996-101, 122

Social Credit Party uf Alberta

History, 33: l 56-8

See alra Amending procedure; Britain——Legislation, “Made in
Canada »; Federalism; Linguistic and cultural rights; Native
rights;Natut’a1 resources—-Pricing; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submittcd; Patriation; Process; Property
rights; Western provinces-Alienation

Social security programs, residency requirements, SEP Mobility rights

Social services, 29:149-50, 158-61
Access, universality, 19:31, 38-40; 29:23, 149, 152-3, 160
Federal-provincial jurisdiction, 29:149-60
Government service in eithcr official language, 292161
Resolution effect, 1933-4, 41-3

See also Mobility rights-N-Employment and residcnce

Welfare recipients, A1ta./Sask., 32H36
See also Equalization

Société franeo-manitobaine, see Organizations/individuals appearing
and briefs submittcd
Soonias, Mr. Rodney (Legal Counsel, Federation 01′ Saskatcltewan
lndians)
Constitution olCanada, 29:1 14-6; 31:70, 73
Speaker, Mr. Ray (Mcmber, Legislative Assembly, Province oi
Alberta, House Leader for the Social Credit Party ofAlberta)
Constitution of Canada, 33:155
Speyet‘, Mr. Chris (PC-Camhridge)
Constitution of Canada, 7:38—9; 11:34-6; 21:20-2
Splnne, Dr. Richard (Presidcnt, Canadian Association of Social

Workers)
Constitution ol Canada, 29:146—6l

Stanhury, Senator Richard J. (York Centre)
Constitution m’ Canada, 29:46-7

Stanfield, Hon. Robert L.. 39€ Unilateral action: War Measures Act

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s)

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 49

Stark, Mr. T. Jantes (Director, Opcration Dismantle, World
Fcdcralists of Canada)
Constitution ol’ Canada, 25z24-8

Statute of Westminster (1931), 9:98-9;34:9-10;35:7; 37:11; 50:29, 35,
46: 55:8
See aLro Amending procedure; Ncwfoundland-Labrador-Tcrms cl‘
union (1949); Unilateral action-Provinces

Steilthauer, Mr. Eugenc (President, lndian Association of Alberta)
Constitution of Canada, 2994-5, 101-4, 121; 31260-5, 74-8, 83, 91-3

Steurat, Senator David Gordon (Prince Albert-Duck Lakc)
Constitution of Canada, 54:27-S

Stevenson, Frofessor Gartli (Alberta Ncw Democratic Party)
Constitution 01′ Canada, 33:1 10-1, 115, 121-3, 128, 132

Strayer, Dr. B.L. (Assistant Deputy Minister, Public Law. Justice
Dcpartmcnt)
Constitution of Canada, 4:33, 46, 1 12-3, 117; 38:16, 45-7, 6l, 85;
4l:46-7; 46232-43, 46; 521110-1, 116-7: 53:51; 54:19-23, 29-30,
57-8, 75-6, 106-8

.9111: judice convention, m: Resolutionvv-Provincial reference-v
Supreme Court reference

Sulnk, Mr. Thontas (inuit Committee on National issues)
Constitution ol‘ Canada, l7:22«4

Supreme Court, 29:57; 30:21; 321104; 34:23-7
Appointments, 34:120-1
Wotncn, etc., 9:60-l, 70-1: 22:51-3, 63-71;27:64;33:105, 108,
I 14
Centralist bias, 34:24
Blakeney remarks, 30145-6

Citizens direct appcals, 29:31

Justices, former, me Pigeon

Provinces direct appeals, 34:88-91

United States, comparing, 341121, 171-2

See also Charter of rights-Courts interpreting; Resolution: Sonate:

Unilateral action

Sussman, Professor Fred (Chairman of the Committee on Legislation,
Canadian Association for the Prevention of Crime)
Constitution of Canada, 24:43-58

Swan, Mr. Davis (Chairman, Encrgy Committec,A1berla New
Democratic Party)
Constitution 01′ Canada, 33:108-10

Sykes, Mr. Rod (Leader, Social Credit Party of Alberta)
Constitution ol‘ Canada, 331155-89

Sylvestre, Mr. Paul-François (Canadian Association of Lcsbians and
Gay Men)
Constitution or » Canada, 24:25-6, 33-4

Table of cases
Calder case, sec Native peoplemlndians, Land claims
Hogan vs The Qucen (1975), ree Charter of rightsn-Legnl rights,
Right to counsel
Person’s case (1929), see Women
Thorson case, me Quebec-«Languages policy, Bill 101

Tagoona, Mr. Eric (Cc-Chairman, Inuit Committee on National
lssues)
Constitution ofCanada, I6:4-18, 21
Tardif, Mr. Gilles (Director, Canadian Fedcration of Civil Liberties

and Human Rights Associations)
Constitution of Canada, 21:9-10, l9, 22-3

Tarnopolsky, Mr. Walter (Presidant, Canadian Civil Libertics
Association)
Constitution of Canada, 7:7-1 1, 15-31
Rcferences, see Charter of rights; Propcrty rights

Tassé, Mr. Roger (Dcpuiy Minister ofJusticc)

Constitution of Canada, 2148-9; 3:14-5, 28-9, 78-9; 4z45-9, 85-6,
111-3; 37:20, 45; 3839-40, 49-51, 55, 65, 68-9; 40:19-22;
41:16-7, 21-4, 39-40; 42:17; 43:7l;46:49-50, 104-5, 116-8,
122-3: 47131-4, 40-2; 48:84. 87, 112-3; 49t27-9, 43, 92-3, 96:
50:16; 51:25; 52:l28—9; 53:25, 68-70; 54:92; 56:10-]

References. 55:7

Tale, Mr. Percy (Exccutive Assistant to the President, Nishga Tribal
Council)
Constitution of Canada‘, 26:23, 26, 30-1

Taxation, 8:9-lÛ, 38H02
See alra Charitable and educational organizations; Churches;
Natural resources

Teed, Mr. Eric L. (Past Presidcnt, Canadian Citizensliip Fcderation)
Constitution of Canada, 2958-9

Thériault, Senator L. Norbert (Baie du Vin)
Constitution of Canada, 48: 1 27

Tlwmson, Ms. Tamra (Ottawa caucus, National Association of
Women and the Law)
Constitution of Canada, 22:60-1, 70

Tobin, Mr. Brian (L—Humber-Port au Port-Si. Barbe)
Amending procedure, 3:72; 5l:l20-1
Charter ofrights, 32: 1 32-5 ‘
Committee, proccedings, proccdural dclays, 955-6
Committee, Witnesses, 1229-30, 33, 77
Constitution of Canada, 1:15, 29-30, 33, 68-9, 77; 2139-40; 3:20,
70-2; 9:55-6, 91-6; 32:69, 132-5; 34:50: 38:55, 59, 62-3; 46284-5;
48:127-30;Sl:119-22;52:46-8, 10S; 54:104—5
Linguistic and cultural rights, 32:l32
Mobility rights, 46284-5
Natural resources, 32:135
Ncwfoundiand-Labrador, 2:39-40; 3:70-2; 991-6; 38:55, 62-3;
481127-30: 52146-8
Organization meeting, 1:15, 29-30, 33, 68, 77
Pcckford, Mr., refcrences, 2:40
Points 0T order
Adjournment, M. (Mr. Fraser), 1:68
Agenda and procedure subcommittee, 1:15
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. 1r\vin), and
rcqucsting Witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1229-30, 33
Questioning 01′ Witnesses, 3:20
Witnesses, expcnscs, Committee paying, M, (Mr. Epp), 1:77
Process, 32:69
References, 53:44
Resolution to Queen, 34:50; 54:10:05
Sonate, 521105

Tomkins, Mr. Frank (Provincial Secrctai-y, Association o! Métis and
Non-Status lndians of Saskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada, 221134

Tooshkenig, Mr. Bill (Association of Iroquois and Allied lndians)
Constitution o!‘ Canada, 31:49-51. 55-6

Tootoosis, Senntnr John B. (Senator ol Fedcration of Saskatchewan
lndians)
Constitution of Canada, 29:l05-6

Toth, Mrs. Kat1i1een'(President, Campaign Life——Canada)
Constitution oi Canada, 34:1 16, 125

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50 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Ibwtislxend, Mr. Errol (Chief Editor ol “Cultures Canada », Canadian
Consultative Council on Multiculturalism)
Constitution ofCanada, 29:l33-4l, 145-6

Transportation, see Jurisdictions
Treaty-Making powcr, 4:67-8

Tremblay, Senator Arthur (Les Laurentides)

Amending procedure, 2:22-5, 44; 3:74-5; 7:72; 19354-6; 27:59; 2 :46:
30:53-5; 34:19-21, 98; 36:24-6; 4|:107-8, ll 1-3, 122-3; 51:32-3,
56-61, 73; 52123-5: 55216-7

Britain, legislation enabling Canadian Constitutionalamdt.,4:110-1;
37:8-10, 16-7; 5036-40

Charter ofrights,6:27-8;10:42-5; 13:52; 42z35-7; 55:17

Chrétien, Mr. relcrcnccs, 40:5

Committee

Deadline, 9z37-9
‘Fravcl, l:8l-2
Witnesses, [:39-40; 23:66-7: 28:56-7

Conlercnces, 14:1 l2; 51:1 13-21

Consensus, 23:18, 21-2

Constitution of Canada, 1:25, 39-40, 81-2; 2:22-6, 44; 3:72—5;
4:38-41, 110-5; 627-30; 7271- ’37-9.98-9;10:30-4,42-3;
11:16, 23-6; 13:2 -6,4l-5, 51- , ,1 12-4, 123-4; 1526-7;
19:64- :22:l00-2; 23:22-6, 66-71; 24181-2‘ 7:59; 2 4-6, 56-7;
30253-5; 3:18l-2, 188; 34rl8-22, 97-8 -7; 36124-6;
37:7-l7. 33, 44-6; 38:81-3, 109-10; 3 :l9-23;40:5,12-3:
4l:l03-8, l l l-3, 122-3; 42135-7, 45; 43:l06-7, 114, 120; 44:23:
45:7, 14, 31-6; 46:34, 85-6, 109; 47:21, 33-5, 40-1, 58,66, 86-7;
48:18, 40, 45. 75-6, 86-91, 94, 103-4, 117-8; 49:13, 29-32, 38,
47-9, 54, 59-60, 72, 76-7, 80. 86, 93-6; 50:22, 36-40; 51:1 l-3, 2],
32-3, 38-40, 54-61, 73; 52223-5, 76-8, 88; 53:56, 70, 81-2:
54:45-8, 104, ll 1-8, 122-6; 55:16-24; 56:11-3, 19-21

Courts, 49z29-3l

Éducation, 1 1:25-ô; 24:8l-2

Emergency, public, 49:49, 59-60

Equalization, 412106; 49:76-7, 80

Federal position, S 1 :54-7

Federal-provincial relations, provincial boundaries, 3:72-4

Fcdcra1ism,33:l8|-2

Freedom 01′ information, 431106-7, 114

Jurisdictions, provincial, 4:1 1 1-5; 34:20-1; 49:32

Language olinstruction, 7:71-2; l0:29-34; 23:24-6; 38181-3, 109-10;
48:103-4, 117-8

Linguistic and cultural rights, 628-30; 222100-1; 37244-6; 48275-6,
88-91; 52:76-S

Minerai resources, offshorc, 9z98-9: 53181-2

Monarchy, 53:56

National unity, “Canada“, 42:45

Native rights, 49:93

Natural resources, 331188; 54:45-8; 56:11

Non-discrimination rights, 13:4l-3

Official languages policy, 10:44

Organization meeting, 1:25, 39-40, 81-2

Patriation, 28145-6; 34:22; 40:l2-3

Points olorder

Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. Irwin), and
requesting Witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), l:39-40

McGrath privilege, 45:14, 31-2

Proceedings, postponing, 47:21

Questioning of Witnesses, 13225-6

Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:81-2

Witnesses/meetings/report deadline, M. (Senator Austin),
23:66-8

Progressive Conservative Party constitution position, 54:116-8,
122-6: 56:20-l

Property rights, 44:23; 45z35-6

Tremblay, Scnatnr Arthur-m Com.

Qucbec, 11:23-5; 35:16; 39:l9-23; 52124-5

References, sec Jurisdictionsw-Provincial, Quebec

Regulations, 49:38

Resolution to Quecn, 34:18; 35:13-4; 3727-9; 4l:l03-4; 43:l20;
46:34, 85-6, 109; 47:33-5, 40-1, 66; 49:72, 76, 96; 50:22;
54:1 14-6; 55:21-2; 56:13

Unilateral action, 3174-5; 4138-41, l 1 1-5; 37:12-6; 45:33-4

‘Trudeau, Rt. Hon, RE.
Constitution position, 54: 1 28-31 «
Stovens, Geoffrey, Fcb. 5/81 Globe and Mail column, 54:1 18
See aIJo Committec/Witnesses; Linguistic and cultural rights;
Monarchy: Nativc rigltts; Patriationw-Divisive; Rcsolution

Ukrainian Canadian Committee, me Charter of rights;

Organizalions/individuals appcaring and briefs submittcd
Ukrainian Canadians, World War ll treatment, 14:54
Unemployment lnsurance Act, sec Unilateral actionm-Provinccs

Unilateral action, 33:126-30
Anglican Church 01′ Canada position, 33121-2, 49-50
Balance ot‘ power, affecting, 342136-7
Blakeney position, 4:75-6: 30:57
Business Council on National Issues position, 331137, 141-2, 145-7
Canadian Bar Association, Ncwloundland Branch, position, 9:98
Canadian Citizenship Federation position, 29:51, 54-7
Chrétien position, 4:76-7, 106-1 l0; 50:47, 82
Clark remarks, 3:84; 4:76; 38112-4
Cohen position, 35:45
Declaration ofitidetzcndettce, without recourse t0 Britain, 34:28-‘);
35:12, 16
Denominational Éducation Committees 01′ Ncutfouttdland position,
35:70
Divisive aspects, l7r32-4; 22:14; 23:70; 27:14, 48, 89-90, 97; 30:7, 17
During provincial appcal to courts, 41:67
Economy, affecting, 8110-1; 33:145-51
Federal position, 3:74- 4r38-40; 6:40 8135-6; 122108-9; 13:31-Z;
l4:l07; 30:30-1; 31:89; 36:22; 45:3 -4; 54:|32; 56:33, 48
Committee Witnesses, 80% approval, Mackascy remarks, 34:l45-7
Hatfield remarks, 19:5 l, 56, 66-7, 70- 1, 83-4
Union Nationale position, 28132-5
Frcnch-English animosity, kindling, 8:42
Legality, 14:10]-2; l5:25-6; 21:43
Canadian Bar Association position, l5:6-7, 14-5, 23,26
Liberal (Que) position, 9:46-8, 51
National Congress 01’ ltalian-Canadians (Quebec region) position.
23:15
Necessity, 41:85; 50:44; 55:12-6
Official languagcs commissioner position, 6:41-4
Pigeon position, 4:93-4
Progressive Conservative position, 41:94, 120- 1; 43: 1 03-4
Provinces, consulting, 27:37, 40; 34112-6, 32-3, 83; 35:10; 50260-1
Bill C-60 of 30th Par1iaineiit,34:37-8,4l
British North America Act amdts, 27:37-9, 61-2; 34z24-5, 32,
38-40; 3528-1 l, 26
Newfoundland enlry into Conlcderation,34:151, 154
S1. Laurent position, 17:29; 27:39; 34:l36-7; 35:8; 37:1 l-4
Saskatchcwan, 12:12-3
Statute ol Westminster/BNA Act (1949) amdt., Rémillard
position, 34:13-5, 26-8, 35-8, 72-4
Unemployment lnsurance Act, comparing, 37’13-4
White paper (1965), 17:29, 48; 27:40, 62; 28:33; 30:5; 50:45
See also Natural resources
Public opinion polls, 322107; 34:70
Qucbcc, forcing towards separation, 2859-40, 44
Quebcc National Assembly motion, 28:31, 50

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 51

Unilateral action-Cour.

Quebec referendutn relationship. 4195-6. 105-6, 110; 3143: 2313743

Ryan, informing, 4:96-7

Stanfield position, 19:71

Supreme Court decisiion re Bill C-60 of the 30th Parliament,
rclationship, 4:93

Union ofOntario lndians position. 3l:4l-2

Sen also Amending procedure; Jurisdictions-w-Provincial. Federal
cncroachment

Unilateral Declaration of lndcpendence (UDI), 2:30-l

Union Nationale Party
Backgrottnd, 28:29
See alm Amending procedure-Vancouver consensus (1980):
Charter of rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submitted; Unilateral action—l7cderal position
Union of New Brunswick Indians, sec Organizations/individuaIs
appearing and briefs submittcd

Union of Nova Scotia Indians, see Organizations/iitdividuals
appearing and briefs submittcd

Union ol‘ Ontario Indians, sa» Native rights:
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submittcd;
Unilateral action

Unitary state, 27:45, 63

United Church 0l‘ Canada, see Organizatiotts/individuals nppearing
and briefs submittcd; Resolution

United Nations, sec Penitcntiarics

United States, me Fedcralism—Decentralizatiott; Native rights;
Supreme Court

Vancouver Peoplds Law School Society, 325-6
See alro Charter of rights; Committcem-Witncsses;
Organizations/individuals zxppearing and briefs submittcd

Vian, Mr. Jacques (Bâtonnier, Past Prosidcnt, Canadian Bar
Association)
Constitution ot” Canada, 15:16, 28
Vickers, Mr. David (Vice President, Canadian Association for the
Mentally Rctarded)
Constitution of Canada, 10:8-19

Victoria Formula (1971), see Amending procedure

Waddell, Mr. Ian (NDP—Vancouver-Kingsway)
Constitution of Canada, 17:120-3; 26:46-9; 54:17, 28-9, 36-7, 40-1,
73-4

Wadds, Mrs. .1.C., see Britain

Walker, Mr. Regan (Exccutive Director, Toronto Stake. Church of
Jcsus Christ of Latter Day Saints)
Constitution of Canada, 29114-6

War, me lïreedotn ol » conscience
War criminals, me Charter of rights

War Measures Act, 47:72; 4958-9
Legal opinion. tahling, 40. 8-31; 41:6—7. 12-3. 16
Slanfield position, 43:36
See a/xa Amending proccdnrem-Referendum; Charter of rights

Warner, Mr. Malcolm (President, Hamilton Stake. Church ofJesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints)
Constitution ot‘ Canada, 29113-4

Watt, Mr. Charlie (Cc-Chairman, lnuit Committee on National

Issues)
Constitution o! » Canada, 16:4, 19-30; 17:7-25

Watters, Dr. Wendell W. (Honorary Director, Canadian Abortion
Rights Action Leagtie)
Constitution of Canada, 241101-13

Watts, Mr. George (Chairman, Nuu-Chah-Nttlth Tribal Council)
Constitution o!‘ Canada, 271126-8, 135-49

Wawatie, Mr. Salomon (Algonquin Council)
Constitution of Canada, 31:9. 19

Welrking, Mr. Edwiil (Chairman, Canadian Fedcration of Civil
Lîbertics and Human Rights Associations)
Constitution 0l Canada, 215-6, Il-27

Western provinces
Alienation, 12:100, 114-S, 124-5, 132-4‘ 7:59-60, 71-2; 32:130-l,
146; 33:1 l3; 34:36, 105-8, 115; 54. 8, 80-2 6:23
Alberta New Democratic Party position, 33:10 -7
Qucbec. contparing, 1285-6
Sonate role, 5 l :64-5
Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 33:158-62, 165-6, 171-4,
177-9
See also Antending procedure—Rei‘erendum-—Victoria formula
(1971); Natural resources; Progressive Conservative
Party—Constitution position, Broadbent allegations; Public
opinion polls-v-Canada Wesl Foundation
Separatism, 12:1 13-4, 132; 32:9, 17, 33:165-6
See also Amending procedurenOntario/Que. votom-Referendum,
Rogional majoritiœ

Whalen, Mr. Norman (Vice Chairman, Canadian Fedoration of Civil
Liberties and Human Rights Associations)
Constitution of Canada, 2126-9, 14-17, 20

Whelail, Mr. Patrick (Trcasurer, Fcderation of lndependent Schools

in Canada)
Constitution or Canada, 29:73-4

Wildlife, cndangcred spccies, protccting. 24:95

Williams, Senator Guy (Riohmond)

Constitution ot‘ Canada, 13:21-2;26:29-30;27:l38—41;3118-9,
54-6; 32:28, 96-8; 33:126- .34:35-6

Native rights, 2629-30; 271138-40; 31118-9, 54-6; 32:28, 96-8:
33:12_6-7; 34:36

Western provinces, 34:37

Williams, Mr. Paul (Union of Ontario lndians)
Constitution cf Canada, 31228-42

Willson, Mr. Robert (Chairman and Chie! » Executive Officer,
Canadians for Canada)
Constitution oFCanada, 34:100-4, 107, 110-15

Witnesses, see Contmittce; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submittcd; Prooedure and dccisions 0l the Chair

Women
Discrimination, historical, 9162-3
Non-discrimination rights, 455-6; 5:9; 9:65; 171102; 21:24-5; 22:53;
29:10, 13
Business Council on National lssucs position, 33:143-4
Consultations, 91136-7, 148-9, 152
Hays remarks, 9. 5; 21:29
Judicial interpretation, 5: 1 5-6; 958-60, 66, 72
Maternity benefits, legal cases, 20:7-10, 22:27:64
Military service, 29:9; 32:13
See alro Sexual equality

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52 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Women-«Cont.
Person‘s case (1929), 9:136
See also Allirmative action: Native peuple; Native rights; Supreme
Court-Appointments

Wood, Mr. Charles (Chiefs Constitution Committee l’or Alberta.
lndian Association ofAlbcrta)
Constitution of Canada, 29:96

Woodward, Mr. Jack (Legal Counsel, Nuu-Chah-Nulth Tribal
Council)
Constitution ol Canada, 27:l26-38, 142-53

World Federalists ot‘ Canada, see Organizations/individuals appcaring
and briefs submittcd

Wright, Mr. Bill (PC-—Calgary North)
Constitution of Canada, 27:72-Al

Writs ot‘ assistance, affect of charter, 41 zl3-4; 46:l08

Wyss, Barbara (Treasurer. lndian Rights for lndian Women)
Constitution of Canada, 17286-91, 95

Yalden, Mr. M.F. (Commissioner of Official Languages)
Constitution ot‘ Canada, 6:l0-47

Young, Mr. Francis (Legal Counsel, New Brunswick Human Righls
Commission)
Constitution ofCanada, 11:32-3, 39

Young, Mr. Neil (NDP-Beaches)
Constitution of Canada, 10:l4-5; 12134-6

Young offenders, legal rights, 21230-1, 38-9, 45-8

Yukon Territory
Development, pipeline, resources, etc, 18:8. 12-3, 16-8, 31-2
Government
Council for Yukon lndians, relationsltip, 14149-50; 18:8, 13-7,
30-1
Letters, tabling, 14:34, 42, 51
Legitimacy, recognizing, Epp remarks, l8:21-3
See also Organizations/individuals appcaring and briefs
submittcd
lndians, self-government, 18:12
Lcgislative Assembly, [4230-1
Council for Yukon lndians position, 18121-2
lndian representation, 18:21, 24, 27
Natural resources, 26:6-7
Population, native/whitc, 14:49; 18:17, 23-4
Provincial status, 14:32-}, 43-7, 50; 17117-8; 26:8; 4l :55-7
Natural resources, ownership/control, relationship, 14:33, 43-4,
47
See alsa Amending procedure; Council ofthe provinces; Federal-
provincial conicrcnces: Mobility rights-—Employment and
residcnce; Native peoplew-Land claims; Resolution

Yuzyk, Senator Paul (Fort Garry)
Constitution ofCanada,43:100, 116

Zsolnay, Mr. Nicolas (President, Canadian Citizensltip Fcdcration)
Constitution ol » Canada, 2960-7, 61-3

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