Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of the Special Joint Committee of the Senate and of the House of Commons on the Constitution of Canada, 32nd Parl, 1st Sess, Index (13 February 1981)


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INDEX

SPECIAL JOINT COMMITTEE ON

Constitution of Canada

SENATE
AND
HOUSE OF COMMONS

Issues 1-57 0 19804981 ‘ 1st Session 0

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

32nd Parliament

29973— I

INDEX

HOUSE OF COMMONS COMMITTEES-OFFICIAL REPORT

FIRST SF5SION—THIRTY-SECOND PARLIAMENT

Abbreviations: A.=Appendices. Amdt.:amendmcnt. M.=motion. S.O.=standing order.
DATES AND ISSUES
_ —19so——
Novcmber: 6th, 1; 7th, 2; 12th, 3; 13th, 4; 14th, 5; 17th, 6; 18th, 7; 19th, 8; 20th, 9; 21st. 10; 24th, 11; 25th, 12; 26th,
13; 27th. 14; 28th, 15.
December: 1st, 16; 2nd, 17; 3rd, 18; 4th, 19; 5th, 20; 8th, 2!; 9th, 22; 10th, 23; 11th, 24; 12th, 25; 15th, 26; 16th, 27;
17th, 28: 18th, 29; 19th, 30.
«-1981-
January: 5th. 31; 6th, 32; 7th, 33; 8th, 34; 9th, 35; 12th, 36; 14th, 37; 15th, 38; 16th, 39; 19th, 40; 20th, 4!; 21st,

42; 22nd, 43; 23rd, 44; 26th, 45; 27th, 46; 28th, 47; 29th, 48; 30th, 49; 31st, 50.
February: 2nd, 51; 3rd, 52; 4th, 53; 5th, 54; 6th, 55; 9th. 56; 13th, 57.

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 3

Abortion, 7:17; 9:144-5; 22:36-49; 24199-102, 108-10; 29:9-10, 13-4,
37-49, 86; 34:1 19-21, 124-7

Advisory Council on the Status of Women position, 34:l23
Badgley report, 29:41

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

Capital punishment, relationship, 22242-3, 49; 24:105-6; 341128-9
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints position, 29:9
Coalition for the Protection of Human Life position, 22:49
Courts interpreting, 24:lI5-6; 341119, 126; 49:16-7, 20-2, 25
Dantzcr position, 24:] 15

Enforcement difficulties, 49: 1820

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

Liberal position, 43246-8, 52

Life at conception/birth, 24:113-4; 29:11-4

Medical developments, 22:27-30, 34-5, 37; 24:l0l-3; 29:37-8, 47-8;

34:129-30
New Democratic Party position, 241107-8; 43:49-$1
Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops position, 33:58-9, 63-5,
73-4, 86

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

Progressive Conservative position, 411101

Public attitude, 1979 Gallup poll, 24:99

Right to life, 22:25; 342124, 127

See also “Everyone”

Robinson, S., position, 24:107

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

See also Amending procedure~—Referendum; Charter of

riglits»-—l”undamental freedoms; “Everyone”; Freedom of
conscience

Aeadians, see Linguistic and cultural rights

Acheson, Ms. Deborah (Member of the Steering Committee. National
Association of Women and the La\v)
Constitution of Canada, 22:50-1, 55, 61-72’

Ackroyd, Mr. John (Chief, Metro Toronto Police, Canadian
Association of Chiefs of Police)
Constitution of Canada, 14:6-9, 12-8, 23-9

Adams, Senator Willie (Northwest Territories)
Constitution of Canada, 12:81-3; 16:24-6

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

Adult education, sec Education

Advertising

Constitutional package
Canada West Foundation, 12:116-8
Federal, 3:36-7, 43; 4:131-4; 22:l28; 38:87-8; 41:67-71; 48:63
See alro Jurisdictions-—Provincial. Quebec

See also Amending procedure——Refcrendum;

Committec—Witnesses, Appearances/briefs

Advisory Council on the Status of Women, 9:123-4; 48:23
See also Abortion; Charter of rights; Non-discrimination
rights-—Equality before the law; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted

Affirmative action, 7:17, 22-3, 94; l1:32~3; 17:90; 2l:40—1; 22:9, 31-Z;
22160-1, 70, 79-81, 111; 24:56-7; 29:126, 145-6, 149; 32134-6, 41

Fairweather position, 20:13

Federal position, 36:15; 48:39

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

Progressive Conservative position, 48:40-3

Affirmative action4Com.
Saskatchewan, 8:19-Z0
Women, 9:59-60, 65-6, 73, 128-9, 138, 142-3
See also Mobility rights-—Employment; Native people

Afro-Asian Foundation of Canada, see Charter of rights;
Committeeawitnesses; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submitted

Age, non-discrimination rights, 7:29-31, 99; 9:14-5, 146; 11:45; 21:39;
22:58; 34:’153; 36:31-2; 41:23; 42:10; 48541-2, 45
Moratorium, 49:45-7, 51-2
Saskatchewan position, 38:79
See also Retirement

Air Canada, see Linguistic and cultural rights

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

Aird, Professor P.L. (Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto)
Constitution of Canada, 24:83-4, 87-96

Alakatusery, Mr. Sebastian (Chairman, Afro-Asian Foundation of
Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 32:30-2, 35-6, 40-4

Alasku Highway gas pipeline, see Mobility rights

Albértn
Government
Constitution paper, Harmony in tliversily, 33:1 14; 33A:1-40
Alberta New Democratic Party position, 33:l02
See also Appendices
See also Committee»-~Witnesses

Johnston, D, (provincial cabinet minister), see Amending
procedure—Vancouver

Scparatism, 1:80-1; 33:126; 40:23-4

See also Amending procedure-Victoria formula (1971); Linguistic
and cultural rights—Francophones outside Que; Natural
resources——Taxation; Resolution; Social services-—We1fare
recipients

Alberto Chamber of Commerce, ree Britain-—— Parliament:
Committee——Witnesses; Equalization; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefis submitted

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

Alberta New Democratic Party

Constitution position, 332114, 132; 33A:41-52

See also Albet’ta~Govcrnment; Amending procedure; Appendices;
Charter ofrights; Council of the provinces; Equalization;
Linguistic and cultural rights; Native rights; Natural resources;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted;
Process; Resolution; Western provinces——Alienation

Algonquin Council, see Committee~Witness; Organizations/
individuals appearing and briefs submitted

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

Alliance for Life, see Organizatioiis/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted

Allmand, Hon. Warren (L-—-Notrc-Dame-de-Grace)
Amending procedure, 35:31-3
British North America Act, 27:31-2
Charter of rights, 29:29-30

Note: See page 1 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; 4:103, 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; 27:31-2;
27:107-9; 28:20-2; 29:28-31; 30:56-7; 31:39-41, 71-2; 32:96;

33:36-8, 100; 34:62-6; 35:31-3; 38:70-2; 46:98-100; 49:85, 90-1,

95-6
Economic rights, 29:30-1
House debate, 1:21
Language of instruction, 4210-2, 80; 7:73-5; 22:96
Legal rights, 29:30
Linguistic and cultural rights, 4:80-3; 7:75; 22:96; 35:33
Mobility rights, 46:99-I00
Monarchy, 34:62
Native rights, 4:12-3, 17:18-20, 80-1; 18:24-5; 22:142-4-
28120-2; 30:56-7; 31:39-41, 71-2; 33:36-8; 34:63-6; 3 .
49:85, 90-1, 95-6
Non-discrimination rights, 27:32
Organization meeting, 1219, 21-2; 2:16-7
Points of order
Amdts., procedure, 1:21-2
Documents, appending to minutes and evidence, 17:21
Meetings, schedule, printed notice, distribution, 1:22
Members of House not Committee members, 1:21; 3:86
Witnesses
Appearing before Committee, guidelines, 1:21: 2:16-7
Members of Parliament and Senators appearing, 1:19
Statements, 33:100
Search and seizure, 24:53-4
Yukon Territory, 18:23-4

Altlmuse, Mr. Vic (NDP-—1-lttmboldt-Lake Centre)
Constitution of Canada, 25:16-8

Amending procedure
Alberta formula, see Vancouver consensus (1980)
Alberta New Democratic Party position, 33:105-6; 35:31
Balance of power, affecting, 30:11; 32:18
Blakeney proposal, 80% of population, 30:1 1-2, 17-20, 27-8;
341140-1: 35:31
Quebec, affecting. 342142
Consensus, 28:44-5
Consultations, 7:57-8, 67-9, 72-3; 9:92-4
Federal position, 36:19-21; 38:24-5
See also below Referendum, Rules
Flexibility, 141105-6, 111; 15:1 1-2; 33:10-3;~51:68-9, 95-7
Fulton-Favreau formula (1964), 27:43-4
Historical background, 122129; 27:43
Interim, 2:20’ 9:97-8; 27:18; 28:34; 29:51, 61-2; 30:1 1; 34:28, 78,
134-5; 36. -8:38:24-5;40:20;51:52,106-7:52:108-15
Progressive Conservative position, 51:30
Provincial alternative, 52:117-30

Unanimity, 2 year rule, 14:109-10; 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, 12:105-6
See also be/ow Vancouver consensus (1980)
Inuit Committee on National Issues position, 16:28
Limits on use, 54:98-9
Native people, 16:8; 33:1 1920
Newfoundland, 3:11-4
See also below Vancouver consensus (1980)—-Victoria formula
(1971)
Nova Scotia position, 17:40-1, 54
Ontario/Que. veto, 4:14-5, 132-4; l2:132; 27:9, 18; 30:11, 20,40,
53-4; 34:139-40; 35:31-2; 36:29-30, 0:25; 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—Con1.

Prince Edward Island excluded/Henderson amdt., 2:32: 3:80-3;
4:42-3, 73-5; 14:80, 98; 17:35;30:1l,18-9:51:36, 110-1
Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan proposal, 32:l05-6
Progressive Conservative position, Austin/Joyal remarks, 27:97,
100,103-5,119-25
Provinces, application to “some but not all”, 2:48-9; 9:79, 86-92,
99-100; 36:21; 10:27-8; 52:111-3; 53:37
Native rights, affecting, 52:66-8
Provincial equality, 122131-2:14:103-4
Provincial referral, 51:69-70, 105
Referendum (deadlock-breaking), 2:23; 4:107; 7:64; 12: 103 ‘
13:14; 15:12; 17:36-9, 56-7; 19:54, 65-6, 70; 22:1 13; 27:2 ,
33-4, 48; 29264-5; 30:7; 32:57-60, 108, 114, 127; 34:80, 98,
133-4, 163; 35:25

Abortion, 52:20-1

Advertising, 52:30

Alternatives, 3:21-3; 12:104-6

Atlantic premiers position, 41:72-3

Beatty position, 7:46

Blakeney position, 30112-3, 20, 23-4, 48-9, 55; 52:35; 53:23

See also below Initiating
Business Council on National Issues position, 33:137
Canadian Association for the Prevention of Crime position,
24:55-6
Canadian Bar Association position, 34:26
Charter ofrights, affecting, 3:29-31, 57-60; 4:56-7, 77-8; 5:14-5,
21-2; 7:19-20, 110; 9:69-70; 11:35; 13:14-6; 14:60-1; 21:13;
22:106; 29:8, 76:3 ; 52:19-21
Clirétien position, 5 . 8
Robinson, S., position, 4:80; 39:14-6; 40:14-6; 52:58: 53:52-11

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

“Dead1ock”, 2:24; 14:1 13-4; 17:36; 38:97; 40:7-9; 52:26-8, 50-1

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

Dcnominational/independent schools, affecting, 19:7, 11-2
Divisive, 53:19-20

Expenses, 41129-30; 52:44-5

Federal position, 4:15-6

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

52:15-9, 23-7, 30-8, 43, 47-8, 51-2

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

Historical background, 52:41-3, 48-9

Initiating

Australia, 341151; 40:9~10; 41:31; 52:14-5, 34-5
Blakeney proposal, 30 ., 23,55
Citizen initiative, 52:2
Cohen, 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-ll; 41:32-4; 51:12.3-4; 52:13-5, 29, 32-3, 53-4, 49-50,
58-65, 121-9; 53:17-8
Blakeney remarks, 4:6-9; 38:96, 99; 52116-7
Parliamentary approval, 4:65-6; 41:28 1

National Indian Brotherhood position, 27:83-4, 105

Native rights, affecting, 41:74-5

New Democratic Party position, 52:10-3; 53:29-34

Nystrom position, 52:35-6

Other countries, comparing, 27:42-3

Peckford position, 52:33

“Plebiscite”/“referendum”, 52:60~2

Positive Action Committee position, 7:51-2, 58-60

Premiers position, 52:45

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

Provincial boundaries, affecting, 52:34

Provincial status, affecting, 4:62-3

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 5

Amending procedure~Cant,
Referendum (deadlock-brcaking)-~-Com,
Public/“ordinary people”, role, 30:13; 52:22-3
Quebec, affecting, 34:26-7
Question, 4:131; 38:1 12-3; 52:43-4, 52-3; 53:24-5
Regional majorities, 341133 41:72-5
Western provinces, 41 :83-5
Republican system, 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; 41:26-32; 52:16-7, 35
Roblin remarks, 41 :80
Rules, 4:8-9, 128-32; 34:25-7; 52:30
Blakeney position, 30:13-4; 36:20-1, 27-9; 38:95-9, 112
Commission, 30:23-4; 53:20-6, 27-9
Federal position, 36:20-1, 27-9; 39:10-4; 40:18-9
Russell position, 34:l71
Trudeau letter to Davis, 3:14, 30, 50
Voting, 4:16-8, 68-75, 87-92, 126-7; 30:13: 53:20, 27
Conscription plebiscite (1942), comparing, 4:88
Federal prisoners, 53:35
Regional discrepancies, 40: 16-26
New Democratic Party proposal, 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 alienation, affecting, 41:32-4: 52245-6, 60
Yukon and N.W.T. participation, 41:55
Senate 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
Chréticn position, 52:93-4,98-9, 105-6
Social Credit Party of Alberta position. 33:l63, 180-1
Statute of Westminster (1931), 2220-1
Testing, referral of charter of rights, 34:50-5, 162-4
Toronto formula, 30:19: 33:105-6, 119, l31;34:46, 141-2
Quebec rights, safeguarding, 33:l31-2
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-l;
331105, 130-1; 4l:104-5, 110-1; 51:3 , 2:129-30
Anglican Church of Canada position, 33:40-1
Atlantic provinces, affecting, 17:39; 51:74
Blakeney position, 30:54; 51:67, 70-1
Federal veto of provincial amdts,, 3:65
__ Interim period lacking, 51:74-5
Newfoundland position, 9:87
‘ Opting-out, 17:54; 27:14-5, 19, 109-10; 32:120; 34:139; 411105-9,
117-9
Charter of rights/checkerboard, 28:41; 41:l23-4; 50:69-70:
51:37, 68, 71-2, 75-6, 87-95, 99-101, 105-6
Federal-provincial conferences, 51 :73
New Democratic Party position, 51:40-2
Property rights proposal, comparing, 51:74
Quebec position, 28:46
Premiers position, 17:33; 38:13-5, 27-8; 41:95; 51:33, 50-3, 56-7,
65-6, 95
See also below Provincial acceptance
‘ Progressive Conservative position, 55:8-9
Provincial acceptance, 19:67-9; 27:44, 65; 30:29-30
Buchanan position, 27:57
Hatfield position, 19:67; 27:56-9
Public attitude, 51:85-7
Quebec, affecting, 41:l1l-3, 120-2; 51:41-2, 52-3, 58-61, 72-3, 80,
99-100; 55:11, 16-7
Russell position, 34:139; 51:62
Trudeau position, 38:15-6; 55:17

Amending proccdure——C0r1t.
Vancouver consensus (1980)-Cont,
Union Nationale position, 28:35-6
Victoria formula (1971), 10:28: 13:14; 17:55; 27:41; 30:28; 33:105;
34:31, 45-6, 51-139; 51:81-3

Alberta, affecting, 27148-9

Atlantic region, including Nfld., 9:79-80

Atlantic/western provinces, equal status, 3:79-83; 4:36-7, 41-4.

73-5; 19:49; 30:19; 36:23; 38:26, 52-5, 73-6; 40:20-6; 41:78-9
British Columbia position, 4237, 43-4, 68-74, 91-2
lrwin motion, 512109-15

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

Britain, select committee (Kershaw) position, 51:63

Classes of provinces, creating, 122103-4, 110; 14:92-3; 27:9, 24;

341138-40’ 5 37, 102-3

Epp amdt,, 51. -43, 50-108

Federal position, 41:79

Hatfield position, 19:67-8

Nova Scotia position, 17:50

Opting-in provision, 2:44

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

Quebec, 4:72-3; 122119: 51:71

Rémillard position, 35:25

Richardson position, 27:8

Russell position, 342138-41, 150

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

Wells (Ont. cabinet minister) remarks, 17:36, 59; 51:34, 38-9, 61-2,
67-8
See also Linguistic and cultural rights; Newfoundland-
Labrador——’I‘erms of union (1949)

Anderson, Ms. Doris (President, Advisory Council on the Status of
Women)
Constitution of Canada, 9:123-5, 133-9, 145, 148-9

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

Anglican Church of 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 briefs
submitted; Unilateral action

Anguish, Mr. Doug (NDP—TlIB Battlefords-Meadow Lake)
Constitution of Canada, 22:l38-41

Appendices

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

Alberta New Democratic Party position paper, Towards a new
Canada: The moderate option, 33A:41-S2

Charter of rights, 29A:1-11

Chi1d1’en’s rights, 21A:l-9

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

Native rights, 17A:l-3; Z6A:10-5; 28A:1-57; 29A:l9-26

Newfoundland-Labrador, denominational education system,
35A:1-18

Resolution for a joint address to Her Majesty the Queen, 29A:12-8

“Apprehendetl”/“Imminent”, 43:91-3, 96-8

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

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

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

6 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Asselin, Senator Martial~Conz.
Committee——C0r1I.
Travel, 1:89
Witnessess, 1:40
Conscription Plebiscite (I942), 52:25-8
Constitution of Canada, 1:40, 69-70, 88-9; 3:52-7; 4:92-7; 7:50,
58-61; 8:19, 27, 49-52; 12:22-4; 13:31-5, 48-51; 15:26; 22:94-5;
23: -8; 24:58; 28:13-7, 24-7, 49-50, 56: 41:54-5; 42:13-6, 24;
43: , 38, 56:45:30-1;46:67, 116-7, 132; 47:16-8, 39-40, 43-4,
66-7, 80-1; 48:72-5, 115-7; 49:76; 52225-8, 74- , 53:38, 50,55,
62, 79; 54:92-3

Constitution of Canada (Special Joint) Committee (1972), 2294-5
Consultations, 13:32-3 .
Federal-provincial relations, 41 :54-5

Jurisdictions, 23:15-6

Language of instruction, 8:50-2; 12:22-3; 13:34-5; 23:17-8

Legal rights, 46:1 16-7, 132; 47:39, 44, 66-7, 80-1

Linguistic and cultural rights, 4:92-3; 7:61; 8:49-50; 23:16-7;

48:72-5, 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. Irwin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:40
Motions, presenting in French and English, 47:16-7
Questioning of witnesses. 8:19
Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:89

Privacy, 46:67

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

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

Resolution to Queen, 4:95; 23:16; 42:13-6; 47:39-40

Sexual equality, 43:27

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

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

Association eulturelle franco-canadienne de la Saskatchewan, see
Consultations; Linguistic and cultural rights;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Association des Gens de 1’Air du Québec Inc., sec Air transport

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

Association of Métis and Non-Status Indians of Saskatchewan, rec
Native rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted

Atlantic provinces, see Amending procedure—Vancouver consensus
(1980)-—Victoria formula (1971): Native rights

Atomic weapons, disarmament, 25:20-9

Attikamek-Montagnais Council, see Native rights;
Organizations/individttals appearing and briefs submitted

Austin, Senator Jack (Vancouver South)
Advertising, 12:1l6-8
Amending procedure, 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 of rights, 3:77-9; 22:1 19-20; 27:55; 42:34-5, 44: 56:47-8
Citizenship, 461122

Austin, Senator J nek—Co;zt.

Committee
Deadline. 23:64
Proceedings, broadcasting, 1:49
Proceedings, procedural delays, 9:48-9
Quorum, 2:7-11, 14
Sittings, 47:29-30
Staff, 56:62-3
Travel, 1:81, 89-90
Witnesses, 12:92, 97; 14:1 16, 123; 172103; 23:64-5, 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;
14:114-6, 123; 15:29-30; 17:26, 82, 103; 222119-22, 150-2;
23231-2, 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; 42:10-5,
34-5, 44-5; 43:37, 51-2; 45:15, 19, 28-9; 46:13-4, 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; 54:59-68; 56:9, 16-20,
40-1, 47-50, 55, 60-3
Constitutional assembly, 12:1 17
Courts, 49:35-6
Emergency, public, 49:57-8
Equalization, 49:77-9
Federalism, 30:29
God, 56:49
Laing, the late Senator Arthur, 49:98-9
Lapierre, M1‘,, references, 45:28
Legal rights, 22:12l; 46:13]; 48:l24
Liberal Party, NDP support, 46:13-4
Linguistic and cultural rights, 222122 ‘
Native rights, 12:77-8; 22:150-1; 27:96-9; 38:21-3; 49:98-9; 51:84
Natural resources, 53:87-92: 54:60-4; 56:9
Non-discrimination rights, 222122
Northwest Territories, 12:75-7
Organization meeting, 1214-7, 49, 69, 81, 89-90, 97; 2:7-l 1, 14
Points of order
Adjournment, M. (Mr. Fraser), 1:69
Agenda and procedure subcommittee, quorum, 1:14-7
Agenda and procedure subcommittee, traffic subcommittee
referral, M. 17:82
Amdts., opposition presentation to Committee, 41:88-90; 42:12-S
Documents, tabling, M. (Mr. Beatty), 3:45
McGrath privilege, 45:15, 19, 28-9
Members remarks, 27:1 19-21, 124-5
Ministers, availability to Committee, 4:97-8, 104; 42:10
Ministers, questioning, 46:59
Motions, standing, 43:52
Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:49
Questioning of witnesses, time limit, 50:66-7
Quorum, official opposition, including, M. (Mr. Bcatty), 2:7-11
Reports to both Houses, draft consideration, in camera meeting,
M. (Mr. S. Robinson), 56:55
Reports to both Houses, draft consideration, in camera meeting,
staff, 56:61
Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), l:81, 89-90
Witnesses, appearance before Committee, 12:92, 97
Witnesses/meetings/report deadline, M., 23:31-2, 63-6, 78-81
Process, 50:44
Property rights. 27:54-5; 56:49
Public opinion polls, 23:6 50:43-4
References, 50:67-8; 51:l03
See also Amending procedure—Progr<;ssivc Conservative
position; Charter of rights—“Reasonable limits”;
Committee—Dead1ine»–Quorum~–Witnesses; Native
rights-“Negotiations; Natural resources—“Natural”

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 7

Austin, Senator Jack-Cont.
Resolution to Queen, 56:17-20
Senate, 30:28-9; 51:43-4, 48-9
Treaty making power, 4:67-8
War Measures Act, 40:27-9
Western provinces, 54:64-8

Australia, sec Amending procedure—Referendum

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

Batlcock, Mr. William T. (Legal Counsel, National Indian
Brotherhood)
Constitution of Canada, 27:86-9, 94-5, 106-15

Badgley report, see Abortion

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

Baker, Mr. George (L~Gander-Twillingate)
Constitution of Canada, 35:65-8

Baker, Hon. Walter (PC—Nepean-Carleton)
Organization meeting, 2:12-5
References, we Committee~Quorum

Buntlera, Mr. Andriy (Council ofNational Ethnoeultural
Organizations of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 22:78-81, 84, 87-94, 99

Batik Act, see Committee—Proceedings
Barrett, Dave (B.C. NDP leader), see Charter of rights; Resolution

Barry, Dr. Michael (Psychiatrist, Campaign Life——Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 342129-30

Bauer, Prof. Gunther (Vice Chairman of German Speaking Alliance
of 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 0fCanada, 24224-5, 31, 36, 39

Beauty, I-Ion. Perrin (PCwWel1ington-Dufferin-Simcoe)
Abortion, 34:l25-7
Advertising, 3:36-7; 38:87-8
Age, 7:31
Amending procedure, 7:46; 34:50-5; 51:93-101; 52:29-32
Britain, legislation, 4:49-S1: 30:43; 48:54-7
British North America Act, 32:130
Charter of rights. 7:29-32; 22:122-3; 27:69-71; 30:43
Committee
Data, 32:29
Deadline, 8:26; 23:57-8
Proceedings, broadcasting, 1:55-62, 73-5
Proceedings, procedural delays, 9:52-5
Quorum, 1:91-4, 97; 2:9-11
Report to House, 1:35-6
Subcommittees, 1’61-2; 7:44-5; 8:25-6
Witnesses, 1:34-6; 9:50-2; 23:59-62, 79; 28:53; 30:l28-32
Members of Parliament appearing, Flis letter, 1:24
Conferences, 30:44
Constitution of Canada, 1:16-8, 24, 34-6, 55-62, 73-5, 91-7; 2:9-1 1;
3:20, 34-9, 44-7, 77; 4:44-6, 49-53; 6:41-4; :29-32, 42-6; 8:25-6;
9:50-5: 11:5-6, 32; 122135-6; 14:106-8; 222122-5; 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—CmiI.

Constitution of Canada–Cont.
38:84-8:43:99,106,110-2;44:8-9, 12-5, 30; 45:20, 28; 46:23-30,
56-7, 105-6; 48:54-7: 5 .93-101; 52:29-32, 37-8; 53:47-8, 60-1,
92-6; 54:17, 23-5; 56:8, 23-8

Constitutional reform, necessity, 32:l30

Convention / precedence, 30:43

Freedom ofinformation, 43:110-2

House debate, 1:24; 56:25

Lapierre, Mr., references, 45:28

Linguistic and cultural rights, 6:44: 37:29-31

Monarchy, 4:45; 53:60-l

Natural resources, 53:92-6

Newfoundland-Labrador, 53:47-8

Non-discrimination rights, 22:124-5

Organization 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 subcommittee, quorum, 1:16-9
Documents, availability to public/press, 11:5-6

Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. Irwin), and

requesting witnesses, 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., 1:91-4, 97; 2:9-1 1
Report, interim, order of reference omitting, Committee ceasing

to exist, 1:73-4

Witnesses, appearance before Committee, 7:44-6

Witnesses, Members of Parliament and Senators appearing, 1:24
Witnesses/meetings/report deadline, M, (Senator Austin),

23:58-63, 78-9
Amdt., 23:57

Privy Council Office, memorandum, 12:136; 142107; 34:91

Process, 32:63-7

Property rights, 44:8-9, 12-5: 45: 0; 46:23-30; 56:26-8

Public opinion polls, 3134-9, 46: 23:59; 38:87; 56:25

Quebec, sovereignty association referendum, 52:37-8

References, see Amending procedure-Referendum;
Committee—-Witnesses, Appearing; Resolution-—New
Democratic Party

Resolution to Queen, 4:49-52; 12:135; 14:l06-8; 22:123-4; 23:58:
30:43; 34:88; 56:8, 24-5 ‘

Search and seizure, 46:l05-6

Supreme Court, 30:45-6; 34:89-91

Unilateral action, 6:41-3; 142107; 33:145-7

Western provinces. 32:131

Bélisle, Senator Rhéal (Sudbury)
Constitution ofcanada. 10:43-4

Bell, Ms. Monique (Canadian Association of Lesbians and Gay Men)
Constitution of Canada, 24227-8, 34, 40-1

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

Bennett (1-Ion. William), see Equa1ization—Payments
Berger, Thomas, we Native rights; Non-discrimination rights

Berger, Mr. David, (L—Laurier)
Constitution of Canada, 33:177-9; 34:92-3

Bilingualism, see Linguistic and cultural rights

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

8 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Bill of Rights (1960), see Charter of rights; Property

Bilodeau, Mr. Florent (Director General, Association culturelle
franco-canadienne de la Saskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada, 12:9-25

Bird, Senator Florence (Carleton)
Constitution of Canada, 9:54-5, 139-44; 17:77-80, 99-101; 24:73-7

Black, Professor William (Member of Executive Committee, British
Columbia Civil Liberties Association)
Constitution of Canada, 222108-28

Blackburn, Mr. Derek (NDP—Brant)
Constitution of Canada, 24:91-7; 3l:36~9, 50-2, 56

Blnikie, Mr. Bill (NDP—-Winnipeg-Birds Hill)
Constitution of Canada, 19:35-8

Blakeney, Hon. Allan E. (Premier of Saskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada, 30:4-59
References, 5l:120
See also Amending procedure—~Ret”erendum—Vancouver
consensus (1980)—Victoria formula (1971); Charter ofrights:
Committee—Witnesses; Federa1ism—“Federal state”;
Linguistic and cultural rights; Native rights—-Special status;
Natural resources; Patriation; Resolution; Supreme
Court—Centralist bias: Unilateral action

Blind, 25:4-6, 18

Bloom, Mr. Casper (Council of Quebec Minorities)
Constitution of Canada, 8:39-45, 51

Bockstael, Mr. Robert (LVSL Boniface; Parliamentary Secretary to
Minister of Transport) ‘
Abortion, 29:38-40; 49:18-9
Amending procedure, 32:l26-7
Britain. colonies, 3:84
British North America Act, 327126
Charter of rights, 32:127-8
Committee, proceedings, broadcasting, 1:63
Constitution ofCanada, 1:63, 96; 3:83-5; 4:10]; 8:27; 9:17-9;
10:34-7; 29:38-40, 1574;; 32:12e-9; 43:22, 47, 96, 120; 48:53,
107-9; 49:18-9; 50:78-9: 53:66; 54:31
Disabled and handicapped, 3:85
Equalization payments, 321129
“Everyone”, 43:47
House of Commons, 43:96
Language of instruction, Manitoba, 53:66
Linguistic and cultural rights, 10:34-7; 32:127: 48:107-9
Mobility rights, 29:l57-8
Municipalities, 9:17-9
Native rights, 3:84; 50:79
Organization meeting, 1:63, 96
Point of order, ministers, availability to Committee, 4: 101
Point of order, proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr.
Epp), 1:63
Social services, 29:l58
Unilateral action, Clark position, 3:84

Bongart, Professor Klaus (Chairman, German-Canadian Council of
Kitchener-Waterloo, German-Canadian Committee on the
Constitution)

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

Borovoy, Mr. Alan (General Counsel, Canadian Civil Liberties
Association)
Constitution of Canada, 7:7, 1 1-9, 22-32

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

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

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

Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 29:66-78

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

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

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

Breau, Mr. Herb (L—G1oucester)
Constitution of Canada, 19:72-4
Britain
Colonies, former, 3:84
Human rights, see Charter of rights
Kershaw committee, see below Parliament, Select committee
Legislation enabling Canadian constitutional amdt., 14:73-4; 17:29;
19:80; 28:34-5; 35:24; 56:31-2
Governor General, delegation of legislative authority, 4:110-1
“Made in Canada”, 33:129-30; 37:10, 17; 38:35; 50:69-70;
54:1 19; 56:26-7, 48
Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 33:163-4
Obligation to enact, 2:36-7,’ 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; 38:91 1, 35-6, 77-8;
50:33, 38-40; 52:l20-1; 55:13-5
Garn, Lord Treff, July 25/79 remarks, 2:37; 38:10
Proceeding while question before courts, 15:24-5; 35:27
See also Resolution——Provincial reference—Supreme Court
reference
Progressive Conservative position, 2:36; 36:23; 55:8
Supreme Court reference, Privy Council memo re effect of prior
United Kingdom legislation, 4:49-52
Thatcher government position, 38:10; 50:31-41, 58, 84; 55:10-1
Consultations, MacGuigan/Roberts visit, 41:63-5
Federal authorities role, 50:32, 39-40, 83; 55:13-4
Quebec National Assembly position, 2:41-2
See also Charter of rights
Parliament
Provincial request for legislation, 37:8-11, 16-8
Select committee on foreign affairs (Kershaw), 14:86, 102-3;
17:52-3; 23:51-2, 60; 272142; 34:42, 95; 48:51-9; 49:62;
50:27-23, 34, 41-5, 53-7, 70-3, 76
Alberta Chamber of Commerce submission, 27:37
National Indian Brotherhood brief, 28:82
See also Amending procedure–—Victoria formula (1971)
Prime Minister Thatcher, references, 56:29
See also above Legislation
Wadds, Mrs, Jean (Canadian high commissioner), role, 50:39-40
See also Native people; Native rights

British bill, see Resolution——Canada Act

British Columbia, see Amending procedure——Victoria formula (1971);
Committce—Trave1; Equalization; Linguistic and cultural
rights—Courts and legislatures; Mineral resources; Native
peop1e—1ndians—Land claims; Natural resources——“0wnership”;
Official languages minorities—Francophones outside Que; Senate

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

Note: See page I for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 9

British North America Act, 8:10; 17:27; 27’26-7, 31-2, 152-3;
32:105-6, 126-30, 138; 34:44, 159-60; 35. 6, 24
Section 133 (courts and legislatures), ree Linguistic and cultural
rights-Courts
See also Jurisdictions–Provincial; Linguistic and cultural rights;
Native people; Unilateral action-—17rovinces, Statute of
Westminster

Broadbcnt, Mr. Edward (NDP—Oshawa)
Constitution of Canada, 53:72-88, 92-7
References, see Natural resources; Progressive Conservative
Party——Constitution position

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

Browne, G.P., see Charter of rights—~Courts, Parliamentary
supremacy

Buchanan, Hon. John (Premier, Nova Scotia)
Constitution of Canada, 17:26-61
References, see Amending procedure-4Vancouver consensus
(1980), Provincial acceptance; Federalism-——Defining

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

Bureaucracy, see Administrative abuses

Burns, Mr. P.D. (Director, Canadian Life Insurance Association)
Constitution of Canada, 33:87-99

Business, see Committee-——Witnesses; Consultations

Business Council on National Issues, see Amending
procedure—Referendum; Federalism; Linguistic and cultural
rights; Mobility rights——Goods and services;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted;
Property rights; Unilateral action; Women-Non-discrimination
rights

Callaghan, Dr. Elizabeth (Board Member, Coalition for the Protection
of Human Life)

Constitution of Canada, 22:26-8

Campaign Life—Canada, see Charter of rights;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Campbell, Miss Coline (L—-South West Nova)
Abortion, 22:41-4; 24:1 11-4; 49:20-1
Amending procedure, 2:32; 17:39-40; 34:28, 31; 38:13; 411123-41;
50:69; 51:73-5; 521123
Britain, Parliament, select committee, 50:70-1
Charter of rights, 9:148-51; 17:41-3; 29:17-13, 89; 34:29: 38:44-5;
50:70
Children’s rights, 21:39-42
Committee
Dealine, 29:88
Staff, 52:55-6
Subcommittees, 8:25-6, 29
Witnesses, 1:45, 76-7
Constitution of Canada, 1:12, 45, 58-9, 76-7, 84; 2:31-3; 4:46-9,
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; 242111-4; 29:16-7, 88-90;
30:59; 3 .93-6; 33:50~1, 56, 69-73, 97; 34:27-31; 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; 49120-1, 46, 50-1,
62; 50:69-71; 51:73-5; 52:55-6, 81-2, 115, 123, 129; 53:96-7
Constitutional assembly, 34:29 ‘
Crown liability, 40:31
Denominational/independent schools, 33:71-3

Campbell, Miss Coline—Cor1z.
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
Legal rights, 14:26-7; 46:53; 483123-4
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, 32:93-6; 33:71
Newfoundland-Labrador, 41:124
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 subcommittee, M,, 5:5
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. Irwin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:45
Meeting, extending hours, 30:59
Ministers, availability to Committee, 4:99-100
Printing 5,000 copies of minutes and evidence, 1:12
Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:58-9
Questioning of witnesses, 33:50-1
Witnesses
Appearance before Committee, 7:43-4
Expenses, Committee paying, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:76-7
Scheduling, 33:56
References, 1:83-4; 52:57
Sex, non-discrimination rights, 49:46, 50-1
Unilateral action, 34:28-9

Canada West Foundation

Conference, Ottawa Mayor Marion Dewar appearance, 32:56-7

See also Advertising; Constitutional assembly; Linguistic and
cultural rights—~Public opinion polls; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted; Public opinion polls; Resolution;
Western provinces

Canadian Abortion Rights Action League, see
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Canadian Association for the Mentally Retarded, see
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Canadian Association for the Prevention of Crime, see Amending
procedure~Referendum; Legal rights; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, see Charter of rights;
Committee—Witnesses; Legal rights—~Self-incrimination;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Canadian Association of Crown Counsels, see Committee-—Witnesses;
Consultations; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted

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

Canadian Association of Social Workers, see Committee-—Witnesses:
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Canadian Bar Association

Towards a new Cmmda, report, 15:5-7, 10-1, 14-7, 23, 31

See also Amending procedure-—-Referendum; Charter of
rights; Language of instruction; Native rights;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted;
Property rights; Resolution; Unilateral action——Legality

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

10 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Canadian Bar Association—«Newfoundland Branch, see
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted:
Resolution; Unilateral action

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

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

Canadian Citizenship Federation, see Charter of rights;
Committee—Witncsses; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submitted; Unilateral action

Canadian Civil Liberties Association, see Capital punishment;
Charter of rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted .

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

Canadian Connection, see Committec~Witnesses;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted;
Process—Public input

Canadian Consultative Council on Multiculturalism, see
Committee——Witnesses; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submitted

Canadian Council on Children and Youth, see Charter of rights;
Children’s rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted

Canadian Council on Social Development, see Organizations/
individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Canadian Federation of Civil Liberties and Human Rights
Associations, see Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted; Resolution

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

Canadian Jewish Congress, see Charter of rights; Disabled and
handicapped; Linguistic and cultural rights-—Courts and
legislatures; Native rights; Organizations/individuals appearing
and briefs submitted

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

Canadian Medical Association, see Abortion

Canadian National Institute for the Blind, see Organizations/
individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Canadian Polish Congress, see Committee—Witnesses;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Canadian Study of Parliament Group, 33:53, 57

Canadian Unity Information Office, see Public opinion polls;
Quebec~—Sovereignty association

Canadians for Canada, see Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submitted

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

Capital punishment, 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. 412101
See also Abortion; Charter of rights

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

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

Carr, Ms. Betsy (Member of Executive, National Action Committee
on the Status of Women)
Constitution of Canada, 9:60-1, 67, 71-5

Carter, Bishop Alexander (President, Ontario Conference of Catholic
Bishops)
Constitution of Canada, 33:58-65, 69-70, 74, 81-3

Casgrain, the late Hon. Therese, references, 2:33-4

Chabot, Irene (President, Association culturelle franco-canadienne de
la Saskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada, 1227-26

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

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

Charlcbois, 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. Indian Rights for Indian
Women)
Constitution of Canada, 17:83-6, 96-7

Charter of rights, 29A:1-11; 30:9, 39; 32:l06; 33:63; 342152-3
Advisory Council on the Status of Women position, 9:124-34,
148-52; 20:17-20, 26

Afro-Asian Foundation of Canada position, 32:33

Alberta New Democratic Party position, 332104, 110-1
Amdts., 37:19

Federal position, 2:45-6; 4:56

Anglican Church of Canada position, 33:30-1

Barrett position, 3277; 9:49

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

Bill of Rights (1960), 11:30; l2:l26-7; 21:20, 27; 34:60; 37:19-20

See also below Courts

Blakeney position, 14:82; 20:25-6; 30:14-5, 36-9, 56-7; 322109
Britain system. 5:20-2

Britain, Thatcher government position, 5:7; 50:31-3

Compaign Life—Canada position, 34:124.

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police position, 14:6-7, 24
Canadian Association of Lesbians and Gay Men position, 24:35
Canadian Bar Association position, 15:7~10

Canadian Catholic School Trustees’ Association position, 19:6-7
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 Women
position, 24:62

Canadian Council on Children and Youth position, 21:30
Canadian Human Rights Commission position, 5:6-8; 5A:l-4
Canadian Jewish Congress position, 7:81-4, 101-3, 106
“Charter”, 31:9

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

Coalition for the Protection of Human Life position, 22:26

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 11

Charter of rights—Conz, Charter of rights——ConI.

Collective/individual rights, 10:32-8, 44-5; 19:9-13, 17, 20; 20:21; International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. relationship,
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; 7:111-2; 10:9-10; 11:27-31, 35-8; 15:17-29; 17:60;
34:96-7; 35:72, 77 19:6; 21:23, 27; 22153-4; 24:45, 48: 29:62; 31:14; 36: ;41:14-5

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

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

Consensus. importance, 29:31-6; 30:37-8; 32:24 Legislatures best protectors of rights, 22:11; 29:15; 33:110; 34:l67-8

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

Council for Yukon Indians position, 18:19-21, 32 Mckuer commission (1968) report, 12:100-l, 126-8; 22:10}

Courts interpreting, 121101-2, 123-4; 14. 3-5, 24-6, 102-3; 15:9, 21, Monarchy, affecting, 341155-6
28; 1933; 22:11, 63, 122-5′ 24:54-5; 26:33-6, 44-5, 50-1; 27:49, Moral priorities, reflecting, 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 (Quebec region) position,
167-70; 35:36; 43:17-8; 48:120; 50:66 23:8-9

Bill of Rights (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;
Parliamentary supremacy doctrine, 5:18-9; 7:24-6; 11:36, 43-4; 34:30; 38:46-7; 42:26-33; 43:30-4; 49:55-64
14:10-1; 21:26: 222103-5, 123; 27226-7, 63; 29:25-8, 31-2 Non-discrimination rights, see Non-discrimination rights
Browne, G.P., position, 7:16-7; 9:43 Northwest Territories, affecting, 12:69-70
Tarnopolsky position, 7:30 Nova Scotia position, 17:57-8
Remedies clause, 5:16-7; 7:99-100; 11:33; 15:20-1; 21:20; 22:20, Official languages, see Linguistic and cultural rights
107-8, 115 4:36-7, 44, 50; 29:20; 31:10-2, 19-20; 34:96-7; Official Secrets Act, relationship, 4:84-6; 5:13; 7:32
38:38-40; 4 Omissions, 8:34-5; 9:146-7; 11:35-6; 20:19-20; 22:58; 27:56; 29:81;
Federal position, 36:19 32:9
Stare decisis, 41:19-21 “Opting in” provisions, 13:16-7; 50:50-1
Supreme Court, 342117-21, 126-8 Other countries, comparing, 11:34; 13:20; 15:27; 17:89; 29213-4, 56;
See also Native rights; Non-discrimination rights; Women—-Non» 32:134
discrimination rights and see also below “Reasonable limits“ Pepin-Robarts task force position, 342152
Democratic rights, see Democratic rights Pliilosophy, “rights do not come from governments”, -1:78-80; 14:92,
Diefenbaker position, 17:41-2; 20:23-4 95-6; 322109; 33:7, 24; 41:8-10‘. 43:17

Douglas, T.C., position, 37:26 OK Preamble, 33:44-6; 40:32; 41:7-12; 42:36-45; 43:13-21
Emergency provisions, see Emergency and see below Nonderogab1e”°” Premiers position, 50:35-6, 50-4, 77; 55:12, 17-9; 56:47-8

rights Primacy of charter, 7:99; 9:1 14; 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; 13:51-2’ 26:31-2 Prince Edward Island position, 14:81-2
New Democratic Party proposal, 49:45-54 Progressive Conservative position, 23:54; 41 :96-9; 50:46, 79; 55:9, 17
See also Age; Disabled and handicapped; Non-discrimination Public attitude, 38:78-9
rights , -Public input, 13:12-3; 32:7-8; 34:l49-52
Provincial/municipal role, 7:60-1; 50:61 Quebec legislation, 29:57
Enforcement, 10:28, 42-3; 13:30; 15:9; 35:36 “Reasonable limits”, 3:14-5, 27-8, 77-8; 4:92; 5:8, 11-4; 7:9-10, 20,
Entrenching after patriation, 27:49, 69-71 24-7, 85-6; 9:45, 129-30, 137, 149-50; 11:32, 38; 13:10-2;
“Entrenchment”, 17:89; 33:7, 9-I3 14:12-3, 20-1; 21:17; 22:78, 106; 29:20; 30:39-40; 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
Fairweather position, 9:147-9; 21:24; 24:28-9, 32, 40: 29:16-7; 32:7; Court interpretation of charter, affecting, 5:24; 13:23; 22:105;
38:42-5; 42:34-6 34:122
See also below “Reasonable limits”, Criticisms Criticisms, 13:21; 14:10, 54, 59-60, 66; 15:78 18, 22-3; 17:10-1;
Federal position, 50:31-3 18:25; 21:6 2:32-3, 38, 53-4,115; 4243-6, 51; 25:11-3;
See also above Amdts.——CourIs and see also below “Reasonable 26:48; 27:87; 29:125, 148, 152-4; 32:10, 26; 34:78-9
limits“ Fairweather remarks, 15:29
Fundamental freedoms, 11:34; 24:1 1-6; 29:8, 25-6; 32:10; 35:45; Drafting, English/French versions, 11:33; 38:49
36:1 1; 43:55-62 Federal position, 36:11 ‘
Restricting, 24:13-4 Irwin amdt., 42:23-36
“Right to life”, 22:26, 38, 42, 47-8 Linguistic and cultural rights, affecting. 6:27~8
Fundamentaljustice, defining, 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 of Women position,
26:38-40, 50-1 9:58, 63-4
Government departments, compliance, 5:25-6 Parliamentary supremacy, relationship, 7:9; 29:89
Historical background, past discrimination, 22176-7, 95; 30:7; 32:10; Ruby position, 5:23-4
34:118,151;38:11, 23-4 Symbolic importance, 42:25-6
Implementation, see below Moratorium Responsibilities, 29:52; 33:12-3
International agreements, reflecting, 5:7-12; 22:78, 85-6; 31:10, 14; Richardson position, 27:16-7, 31
32:7, 83-4, 128; 43:56-8; 46:129 St. Laurent position, 37:26

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12 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Charter of rights-Cont.

Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission position, 20:14, 21-2;
30:35, 38; 32:132

Saskatchewan legislation, 20:18-9; 32:l28

Scrutiny clause, 411101

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

Supremacy over statute law, 3363; 54:91-4

Tarnopolsky position, 7:106; 2 . , 38:45

See also above Courts
Ukrainian Canadian Committee position, 14:53
“Undeclared rights“, 27:132
See also Native rights—Spccial status

Union nationale position, 28:34

Vancouver Peop1c’s Law School Society position, 32:15

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

War Measures 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
procedurc—»-Referendum—Testing-—Vancouver consensus
(1980), Opting out; Family; God; Linguistic and cultural
rights—-Courts; Mobility rights; Official languages
policy/bilingualism; Writs of assistance

Chi1dren‘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 also Sexual orientation; Young offenders

Chinese Canadizms, discrimination, 5:12

Chrétien, Hon. Jean (L– -St-Maurice; Minister of Justice and
Attorney General and Minister of State for Social Development)

Abortion, 46:71; 49:18-23
Administrative abuses, 37:21
Advertising, 4:131-2; 38:87-8
Age, 38:79
Air transport, bilingualism policy, 4:135-6
Amending procedure, 36:19-20, 37-8; 52:1 1 1-3, 118-9

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

Interim, 4:15, 61-3, 133-4; 52:69-70

Newfoundland-Labrador, 3:12-4

Parliamentary approval, 4:65-6

Prince Edward Island, 32803; 4:43

Referendum, 2:23; 3:21-3, 29-31, 50, 74-5; 512118-9; 53:17-20,

23-6, 33-6, 53-4
Charter of rights, affecting, 3:29-31; 4:56-7, 78; 39:15-6; 52:58
Federal position, 4:15-6; 52:13-5, 121-8
Initiating, provinces excluded, 3:61-5; 4:139-41
Rules, 4:8-9, 128-32; 36:20-1, 28-9; 38:96-9, 112-3; 39:11-4;
53:17-20, 23-6
Voting, 4:16-8, 68-71, 88-92, 127

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

Unanimity, 55:11-4

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

521129-30;55:11, 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; 51:52-3, 60-1, 110-]

Wells position, 51:39, 51

Britain, legislation enabling Canadian constitutional amdt., 2137-9,
42; 3:84; 4:24-8, 32-3, 37-41, 50-3; 38:9-11, 35-6, 77-8; 50:38-40;
522120-1; 56:32
Britain, Parliament, 37:8 10, 16-8; 48:52~6; 49:62; 50:41
Capital punishment, 47 6; 49:23-4
Charter of rights, 2:45-6; 3:53-4, 60; 4:56, 59-60, 79, 84-5; 37:25-6;
38:23, 43; 49:47, 53-4, 64, 70; 51:54; 54:93-4; 55:12

“Reasonable limits”, 3:15, 27-8, 78-9; 36:1 1; 38142-8

Chrétien, Hon. Jean-Cont.
Charter of rights—Conl.
War criminals, prosecution, 2:45; 36:12-3
War Measures Act, relationship, 3:28-9; 4:85

Citizenship, 46:1 18-22

Conferences, 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, 119-41;36:9-22, 28-3 ‘ 7:6-46 8:8-31,
35-9, 42-9, 52-1 13; 39:4-25; 45:9-12, 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; 50:1 1-2, 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; 53:17-20, 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, 38:8-9; 50:80

Convention/precedence, 4:52-3, 94-5

Courts, 49:29-31; 56:33

Deportation, 46:11 1-21

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

Equalization, 2:46; 3:23-4; 36:19; 49:72-81

Federal position, 4:106-9; 50:33

Federal-provincial relations, 3:73-4; 4:40-1

Fisheries, 54:75

House debate, closure, 56:24

Indian Act, 4:10; 54:94

1ndians,women, 3:33, 69, 85; 4:14; 49:49-51

James Bay and Northern Quebec Native Claims Settlement Act,
38:16-7

Judges, 49:52

Jurisdictions, 4:112-5; 37:15-6; 49:28; 50:80-1

Language of 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; 36:15-7

Courts and legislatures, 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; 52:73-8, 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; 39:12-3; 46:73-90, 94-100

Monarchy, 4:67; 53:59-62

Multiculturalism, 36:18; 50:17

Native people, land claims, 38:17-8

Native rights, 3:32-4, 68-70, 84’ 4:13-4; 36:18, 32-5; 37:27;
38:19-22, 67-71; 48:78; 49:83-9, 92-7, 100; 50:82; 51:29, 83-4;
52:66-8, 115-6; 541103; 55:12

Natural resources, 2:47, 4:107; 36:35; 38:29-31, 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; 3:71-2; 4:33-6; 38:56-66; 53:41-9

Non-discrimination rights, 36:14-5; 48:28, 31-4

Par1iamen_t, 2:33; 38:85-7

Passports, 46:74

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

Point of order, ministers, availability to Committee, 4:97-8

Political belief, 48:23, 26

Privacy, 46:67-9

Process, 38:26

Property rights, 4:86-7; 37:19-20; 45:9-I2, 34-6

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

Quebec, 2141; 38:11-2,25; 39:20-3;48:116-7

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 13

Chrétien, Hon. Jean~—Com.
References, 2:35; 38:65; 40:4-5
See also Amending procedure——Referendum, Charter of
rights-—Senate veto; Britain-Legislation;
Committee—Witnesses, Justice minister;
Consultations—Provinces; Disabled and handicapped;
Jurisdictions; Linguistic and cultural rights—-Courts and
legislatures; Monarchy; Native rights; Newfoundland-
Labrador–Terms of union; Non-discrimination rights;
Patriation; Process; Property rights; Reso1ution—Amdts.,
Federal position; Unilateral action
Regulations, 49:40-3
Resolution to Queen, 2:20-1; 37:17
Amdts., 2:47; 4:106-7; 36:10-21, 35; 39:6-7; 46:14; 47:71, 84-7,
91; 50:20; 51:26, 53-4; 52:76; 53:47-8, 64
Drafting, 47:31-3, 41-2, 53
Federal position, reference to courts, 54:85-7
Form of final presentation, 56:8
Legal opinions, 4:50-2
New Democratic Party position, 38:75-6
“Newfoundland”, 54:104
Ryan position, 38:25
Supreme Court reference, 4:95
Title, 37:7-8; 55:21-4; 56:13-4
Retirement, 4:1 19-20
Royal Canadian Mounted Police, 46:l09
Senate, 3:25; 4:25, 95; 36:38; 38:100: 52:95, 99-100; 53:51, 67
Sexual orientation, 39:17
Taxation, 38:l02
Treaty making power, 4:68
Unilateral action, 4:38-9, 76-7, 93-7, 106-10; 37: 1 1-5; 50:82;
55:12-6
Clark position, 38:12-4
Unilateral declaration of independence, 2:31
Women, 4:55-6

Christinson, Dr. Carole (Afro-Asian Foundation of Canada)
Constitution ofCanada, 32:32-42

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 29:13
See also Abortion; Organizalions/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted; Resolution

Churches, taxation/separation from state, 29:15, 73-4, 91-2
See also Native rights

Citizenship, 29:55-9; 43:1 17-9
See also Deportation; Language of instruction; Mobility

rights–Employment
Clark, Rt. Ilon. Charles Joseph, references, see Quebec—So1idarity
petition; Unilateral action

Clarke, Mr. Alan (The Canadian Connection)
Constitution of Canada, 32:67-71

Closure, sec 1-louse debate

Club Media of Cannda, see Committee—Witnesses:
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted;
Press / Media

Clyne, I-Ion. J.V. (Counsel, Canada West Foundation)
Constitution of Canada, 12:100-3, 109-10, 118, 124-36
References, see Charter of rights; Resolution

Coalition for the Protection of Human Life, see Abortion; Charter of
rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Coalition of Provincial Organizations for the 1-Ianclicappetl, see
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Cohen, Mr. Andrew (Executive Director, Canadian Council on
Children and Youth)
Constitution of Canada, 21:28-30, 34-7, 41-2, 45-51

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

Constitution ofCanada, 7:81-91, 99-113; 34:56-100

References, 50:47

See also Amending procedure——Refercndum, Initiating;

Committee—Staff; Federal-provincial relations—1mproving:
Linguistic and cultural rights; Patriation; Proeess——De1aying;
Unilateral action

Collective bargaining, see House of Commons

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

Commissioner of Official Languages, see Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted

Committee
Agenda and procedure subcommittee (steering con1mittee),.ree
Procedure and decisions of the Chair
Data, analysing, Library of Parliament collation, etc., 23:67-8:
24:59-60
Deadline, Dec. 9/80, 1:81-8; 4:53-4; 17:51-2, 62-3; 29:88-9
Epp proposal (Feb. 6/81), 7:37, 47; 8:28-9; :28, 42-3
Amdt. (Mr. Epp), 9:29, agreed to, 4
M., 9:56-7, ncgatived on recorded division, 4-5
Federation 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 Perreault position, 1:35-6; 7:44
Witnesses appearance affecting, 7:7-8, 32-46; 9:29-57
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 of its own proceedings”, 1:33, 69; 9:53; 44:30
Members, congratulatory remarks re, 35:79-82
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, 1:51-2, 70-3
Authorization, House responsible, 1:71
Sauvé ruling, 1:74-6, 86-7
New Democratic Party position, 1:50
Progressive Conservative position, 1:48
Publicity seekers, danger, 1:49-51, 60, 63-5
Sauvé Aug. 13/80 letter to D. Smith, 1:49-54, 71-3
Senate 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 delays, Goldenberg accusation, 9:39-44, 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, 2:7-1 1
House leaders discussing, W. Baker remarks, 2:] 1-5
Irwin position, 1:93

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14 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Committee——Coiz1. Coinmittee—Con1,
Recommendations, enforcing, 3 1 :91 -2 Witnesses-Cont.
Report to House Parti Québecois, difficulties, 1:42
In camera/open meeting, 56:52-8 Perreault (Oct. 27/80) remarks, 1:32
Interim, 1256-7, 71-4, 93 Pinard remarks, 1:32-6
Minority TCPOTL 56:56 Premiers/opposition leaders appearing, Epp correspondence,
Sittings‘ 10123301 23132» 53 referring to traffic subcommittee, etc., 28:51-5
Liberal/ND? 3Sl’°9l“”-“la 47129-30 Progressive Conservative position, 9:51
513“ Quebec representation lacking, 23:66, 70-2
C0119“ “marks 0″ F°b- 2/81 W<7150″I‘8P0’l- 52155-7 Ryan, Claude (Que. liberal leader), appearance, requesting,
Congratulatory remarks re, 30:60; 35:78, 81-2; 56:61-4 2850.5
Justice Department officials, 56:62-3 Time restrictions, 23-49.51; 27:45.7
S(£IllS(lCS,.23C49, 59; 32:29, 52, 59-62, 116-7; 35:78; 56:55 Tflldgau appearance, 50347
S“b°°m”““°°5= 15514? 85259 Vancouver People’s Law School Society appearance, 32:6-7
T_(T5‘°]d°‘(‘b,°‘;,g l”‘°i;‘;5:l41 2545578 9 See also Procedure and decisions of the Chair; Unilateral
11cresric1ons,..: -; :~ -_, -1
Travel, 1:78-91; 32:8, 100, 148 am)” F°dm1p°S”‘°”
British Columbia position, 1:89-90 Common law, see Charter of rights

Liberal position, 1:83

Mackasey position, 1137390 Communications,jurisdiction, 322102

Witnesses « it n . . , _ . . _

Afro-Asian Foundation of Canada appearance, 32:34-6 Confederation” Compact ’ HA7 8′ 2729’ 62 3′ 35$ 3

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

Alberta Chamber of Commerce/Nuu-Chah-Nultli Council, Abortion, 22:47-8

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

Alberta government absence, 33:l02, 156 Charter of rights, 34:96; 38:48;-11:19-21

Algonquin Council ai2iJearanc<=. 31:6 Constitution of Canada, 1:21, 25-6, 44-5; 240-2, 50; 3:19, 24-7;
Appearances/briefs. deadlines, Austin proposal, 23:31-40, 44, 52-3. 5:6-8;14:21-3,50; 19116-8, 21, 38-41; 22:46-8; 25118-9;

60, 65, .77-80 _ H 27:144-6′ 3495-7; 3 . 8; 39:10-I; 41:17-21; 46:43-4; 48:18;
Advertising, S. Robinson position, 23:76-80 5139; 52:23; 5343; 559.10

-Association of lroqiiois and Allied Indians appearance, 31:43 Denominafional/indcpcndanl schools’ 19;1(,_g

Blakmey ai’l’ea”3″°°i 3:561 50“1 _ _ Disabled and handicapped, 25:18-9

Bourassa, Robert (forrner Que, premier), appearance, requesting, Legal rights’ 141224; 461434

2759? 2815” ., . . ,, Native rights, 27:1-14-6
Mackasey remarks, facetious/frivolous ,28:54-7 Non_disc,.imina,i0n righm 41:17_9

B’!°.‘317-‘9~ ‘4-.9”. . . . . . Organization meeting, 1:21, 25-6, 44-5

~Bl’lllSll Columbia Civil Liberties Association appearance, 222119 Pammion 19,40

Business and labour representation lacking, 33.90 Point of Order, Witness“, 1:256

-Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police/Canadian Association
of Crown Counscls, joint appearance, 14:16-7
Canadian Association of Social Workers appearance, 291151-2

Provinces, entry into Confederation, 14:50
Resolution to Queen, drafting, 2:50
Social services, 19:38-40

Canadian Citizenship Federation appearance, 29:54, 57,61 , . .
Canadian Connection aPpcamnce_ 32:50_2 Supreme Court, Bi1lC-60 of 30th Parliament, 324-5
32
– » -« – ‘ 1 ‘ ‘ d 2 :38-49
1356’ H942 Constitution ofCana a, 9
Canadian Polish Congress appearance, 9:120-3 Conscription l”1e1.1iscite(l942), 52:25-8
Club Media of Canada appearance, 24:7-9, 19-20 See also Amending procedure—Referendum, Voting

Constitution committee (1972), comparing, 1:40
\ Denominational Education Committees of Newfoundland
appearance, 35:49-50

Consensus, 27:106-7; 30:6-9, 17-8; 34:18, 21-2, 106-7; 35:42-3
Blakcney position, 30:58-9

‘ Devine, Grant (Sask. PC leader), appearance, requesting, 28:51-3 N9W D‘5‘_”‘0°l’3ii° P379’ P°3ill_0}1» 503304
Expenses, Committee paying, 1:76-7 Progressive Conservative position, 55:7-9 _ ‘ I _
Expert, 12:89-97, 125-6; 141117-9, 124-5; 17:82; 27:73 See also Amending procedure; Charter of rights; 1-ed_er‘al-provincial
Austin proposal, 23:35, 38-41, 44, 47, 50, 60-4, 66-7, 72, 80 conferences; Patriation; Premiers; Process——1″ublic input
Lafiresi appearance’ 34:5-7 Constitution committee (1972), 22282-4, 91, 94-6

Qualifications, 24:49; 35:13

See also Cohen; 1,aForest; Rémillard; Russell; Scott S“ “I” C°mmm°°”Wim°5seS

]l::<‘irc”;’:‘li::)‘:‘;:é’:5f;;Q§Z;‘:: 120:_’456 7 Constitution committee (1978), see Multiculturalism-Entrenching Justice Minister Chréticn appearance, 2:16 Constitutional assembly, 9:9, 13-7; 22:62, 66, 69-70; 32:8, 26-7, 55; Members of Parliament appearing, Flis letter, 1:24 34:29; 35:42.3; 41;i09-10; 51:16-7 Minislefs 3l>l)9fir3nC95- 42il0 Anglican Church of Canada position, 33:23-32, 39-40

National Indian Brotherhood appearance, 16:30; 17:25-6; 27:89 Canada west Foundation proposal, 12:99, 117, 121-3, 129
Native people appearing, 1:32, 42; 142116, 119-22;15:29-30;

17;1o3.4;27;g9.go; 34;35 Constitutional reform 322102, 129-33, 141; 34:60-1
New Brunswick Human Rights Commission appearance, 11:37-8 Rémillard Position: 35i46’7

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 15

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

Canadian Association of Crown Counsels, 14:16

Chamber of Commerce position, 8:11-2

Francophones outside Que., 13:32-3

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

Private sector/business community, 33:151-2

Provinces, 4:106; 14:74; 30:39-41; 33:8-9; 34:78

Chrétien position, 38:8-9; 50:80
See also Amending procedure; Natural resources–Broadbent;
Unilateral action
Public involvement, Lapierre remarks, 1:85; 13:50
See also Amending procedure; Charter of rights

Convention/precedence, 2:37-9; 4:52-3, 94-5; 12:135: 14:l0l~3;
15:24-5; 17148-9, 57; 21:43; 27:69, 142; 3015-6, 31-4; 34:8, 11-4,
22, 31-5,38-44, 47-50, 71-2, 82-4; 35:26-7, 36-7, 41; 52:42-3;
56:18-9

Cooper, Mr. Philip (Vice President, Coalition for the Protection of
Human Life)
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. Eyntarrl (L—Madawaska-Victoria)

Abortion, 29:49

Amending procedure, 4:61-3; 19:61; 512109, 123-4; 52:114-8;
53:21-2. 28-9, 37; 54:98-9

British North America Act, 34:160

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

Committee

Proceedings, broadcasting, 1:64-5
Report to House, 1:56-7
Witnesses, 1:37-8; 28:56

Conferences, 51:22-3

Consensus, 34:17

Constitution of 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;19:61-3;22. ; 28:52, 56; 29:49, 74~5,160-1;
30:49-52; 33:76-7, 101, 111-3; 34:15-8, 157-61; 35:38-40;
37:43-4;38:35-9,110-1:41:41-3, 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; 50:14-7; 51222-3, 27, 109, 123-4; 52:69-73,
114-8; 53:21-2, 28-9, 37, 66, 69, 78-9; 54:91, 96-101,110;
55:19-20; 56:17

Convention/precedence, 34:15-8

Denominational/independent schools, 29274-5

Equality rights, 47:88

Fraser, Mr., references, 52:70

Freedom of association, 43:67

House of Commons, 43:90

Language of instruction, 3116-8; 4160-1; 30:50-2; 33:76-7; 38:36-9,
110-1; 41:41~3: 48:95-6

Legal rights, 47:59-60

Linguistic and cultural rights, 1220 1; 13:37-41; 19:62-3; 29:160-1;
30:52; 34:157-61; 35:38-40; 37:43-4; 48:60, 69-70, 81-3;
52:69-73; 54:97-8

Monarchy, 53:66

Multiculturalism, 50:14-7

Natural resources, 53:78

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

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

Corbin, Mr. Eymard-—CorxI.

Points of order
Agenda and procedure subcommittee, quorum. 1:14. 18
Documents, appending to minutes and evidence, 33:111

M., 332113
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. Irwin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:37-8
Meetings, seating, etc,, acceptability, 1:67; 2:18
Members, substitutes, 43:24
Ministers availability to Committee, 4:100
Printing 5,000 copies of minutes and evidence, M. (Mr, Irwin),
1:1 1
Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. lipp), 1:64-5
Report, interim, order of reference omitting, Committee ceasing
to exist, 1:56-7

Witnesses, hearing immediately, 13:19

References, see Language of instruction

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

Senate, 53:66

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

Cornelius, Mr.C1tarles (President, Association of Iroquois and Allied
Indians)
Constitution of Canada, 31:43-7, 50-6

Cfité, Mrs. Eva (Lv—–Rimouski)
Constitution of Canada, 21:49-51; 22:92-3

Cotler, Professor Irwitt (Canadian Jewish Congress)
Constitution o1″Canada,7:80-1,93-103, 109-12

Council for Yukon Indians, see Cltarter of rights; Native rights;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted;
Yukon%Governmen2——-Legislative assembly

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

Council of Quebec Minorities, see Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted

Council of the provinces, Alberta New Democratic Party proposal for
proportional representation, 33:104-8, 124-6
Yukon and N.W,T., affecting, 33:122~3

Courts
Bilingualistn, see Linguistic and cultural rights
Interpreting constitution, 56:32-3
See also Amending procedure~Rcferendum; Charter of rights;

Language of instruction—“Where numbers warrant”;
Reso1ution——Postponing

Legislative powers, 49:28-9, 33-6

See also Abortion; Rcso1ut1on—–Provincial reference——Supreme

Court reference

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

Crantlall, Mrs. Esther (President, Club Media of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 24:7-20
Criminal convictions, former, non-discrimination rights, 22:1,25-6

Crispo, Professor John (Co-ordinator Consultant, Canadians for
Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 34:10/4-12, 115

Crombie, Hon. David (PC~—Roseda1c)
Abortion, 7:17; 9:144-S; 43:45-6, 49-50; 49:17-8, 21-3

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I6 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Cromliie, Hon. David-—Cont.
:93

Britain, 50:57-60
Capital punishment, 7:17-8; 9:144-5
Charter of rights, 2:45; 52 :78-80; 5122-5‘ 7116-8, 23-5;
9:146-8:33:24; 342147 :32;41:7-11:4 . : 1
Committee
Proceedings, broadcasting, 1:65-6
Proceedings, procedural delays, 9:41-4
Witnesses, 9: 1 20-3; 32:34~6
Conferences, 17:59
Consensus, 35:42
Constitution of Canada, 1:28, 34, 62, 65-6, 76; 2:42-6; 3:45-6;
4:6-10,75-80,101-2,116,121-2,139-41;5:22- , -7; 7:16-8,
23-5; 9:19-21, 35, 41-4, 100-1, 120-2, 144-8; 16:2 , 17:59;
19:41-3, 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;40:32-3;41:7-11;
43:15-21, 29-31, 38-9, 44-6, 49-50, 55-61; 46:17-8, 38-43, 64-6,
78-81,93-4,120-1,132-3:4 . -5, 49-50, 90-1; 48:60-6, 71, 80,
85-8:49:11, 17-8, 21-3, 33-5, 8-9, 56-7, 61-4, 70-4, 81;
50:57-61: 51:87-93; 52:55, 60-5, 68, 78-82
Constitutional assembly, 33:23
Convention/precedence, 34:47-9; 35:42
Courts, 49:33-5
Deportation, 46: 1 20-1
Disabled and handicapped, 37:47; 47:90-1
Emergency, public, 49:56-7, 61, 64
Equalization, 2:46; 49:70-4, 81 7
“Everyone”, 43:45-6
Family, 40:32-3; 43:57-61
Indian Act, 4:9-10
Language of instruction, 3:54-5; 6:34-7
Legal rights, 46:38-43, 132-3; 47:49-50
Linguistic and cultural rights, 2:42-4; 3:55-7; 4:139-41; 6:33; 9:21;
19:74-8; 33:78-80; 48:60-6, 71, 80, 85-8; 52:78-82
Mobility rights, 5:22-3 6:78-81, 94
Municipalities, 9:19-20
Native rights, 9:146; 16:28-9; 33:176
Natural resources, pricing, 33:175
Non-discrimination rights, 32:36-8
Organization meeting, 1:28, 34, 62, 65-6, 76
Points of order
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M, (Mr. Irwin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:28
Documents, tabling, M. (Mr. Beatty), 3:45-6
Ministers, availability to Committee, 4:101-2
Proceedings, postponing, 47:12-5
Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, 1:28
M. (Mr. Epp), 1:65-6
Questioning of witnesses, 37:47
Witnesses, scheduling, 33:53-7
Privacy, 46:64-6
Process, 32:67-8; 33:21-2, 176; 34:67-70; 35:42; 50:59-60
Property rights, 41:10-1; 43:56-61; 46:17-8
Public opinion polls, 3:45-6
Quebec, sovereignty association referendum, 33:22
References, 52:65-6 ‘
See also Linguistic and cultural rights
Resolution to Queen, amdts., 43:21
Sexual equality, 43:29
Sexual orientation, 5:24-5
Social services, 19:41-3
Unilateral action, 4:75-7; 34:70; 35:41

, 77-8; 9:100-1; 17:59; 51:87-93; 52:60-5,

Crown liability, 40:31

Cruickshanlt, Mr. David (Vice President, Canadian Council on
Children and Youth)
Constitution ofCanada, 21:30-3, 37-49

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

Cyr, Mr. Donald (Director General, La Fédération des Francophones
Hors Quebec Inc.)
Constitution of Canada, 13:39-40

Daniels, Mr. Harry (President, Native Council of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, l7:105-33

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

Davidson, Mrs. Diana (President, Vancouver Peop1e’s Law School
Society) :
Constitution of Canada, 32:5-28

Davis, 1-Ion. William (Premier of Ontario), see Amending
procedure—-Referendum; Linguistic and cultural rights»-Courts {
and legislatures, Ontario; Resolution

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

de Bellefeuille, Dr, Paul (Associate Professor ot’1’ediatrics. University
of Ottawa, Alliance for Life)
Constitution of Canada, 29:37-8, 42-9

Decore, Mr. Lawrence (Chairman, Canadian Consultative Council on
Multiculturalism)
Constitution of Canada, 29:122-45

de Corneille, Mr. Roland (L–Eglinton-Lawrence)
Constitution of Canada, 22:98-9

de Jong, Mr. Simon (NDP—-Regina East)
Constitution of Canada, 8:39-43; 29123-4; 30258

Democratic rights, 7:87; 9:131; 22:21; 32:1 1-2
“Legislative assembly”, native people, affecting, 27:86
See also Elections

Denominational Education Committees of Newfoundland, see
Committee–~Witnesses; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submitted; Unilateral action

Denominational/independent schools, 19:6-24; 29:66-77; 30:15-6;
33:1l4-5;34:96,156

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

Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops position, 33:59-60, 65-9,
75-7, 81-3

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

Deportation, 46:1 10-8, 123-4
Citizenship, relationship, 46:1l8-23
New Democratic Party position, 46:1 13-4
Progressive Conservative position, 41:98

Derksen, Mr. Jim (National Co-ordinator, Coalition of Provincial
Organizations for the Handicapped)
Constitution of Canada, 12:33-43

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

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

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 17

Desehamps, Rev. Guy (French-English Relations Officer, United
Church of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 29:79-80, 87-9

DeVeber, Dr. Barry (Coalition for the Protection of Human Life)
Constitution of Canada, 22:28-31, 34-6, 39-49

Devine, Mr. Grant (Leader, Progressive Conservative Party of
Saskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada, 32:100-48
References, see Committee———Witnesses

Dewar, Mrs. Marion (The Canadian Connection)
Constitution of Canada, 32:47-75
References, see Canada West Foundation-—-Conference

Diefenbaker, the late Rt. Hon. J,G., references, rec Charter of rights;
Native people—Voting; Patriation-—-1’ailurc of past attempts

Dinsdale, Hon, Walter (PC-—~Brandon-Souris)
Constitution ofCanada, 10:11-3; 12:32-4

Dionne, Mr. M.A. (I.—Northumbcr1and~Miramichl)
Constitution of Canada, 35:47-8; 54:79-80

Disabled and handicapped
Chretien position, 25:10; 37:21-4, 27-8, 47; 39:16~8
Defining, 25:10, 14
Discrimination, housing, employment, etc., 10:8-9, 12-4, 16-20;
12:35-7, 41
International Year of Disabled Persons 1981, 10:10; 12:30-2
Legislation, 10:18-20; 11:41-2;12:39–40;25:8-10, 15-7
Mentally retarded, imprisomnent without due process, 10:14-6
New Democratic Party position, 47:9l~2
Non-discrimination rights, 3:85; 518-‘), 17; 10:7-12; 11:41-2;
12:26-43; 19:49: 20:19-20, 24; 2526-19; 32:21; 36:30-2; 48:45
Canadian Jewish Congress position. 12:27-8
MacGuigan remarks, 25:7-10
Moratorium, 49:45. 53
Progressive Conservative position, 41:99; 42:18-9; 47:90-2
Public buildings, access, 12:40
See also Blind; Deaf

Disabled and Handicapped (Special Joint) Committee, hearings.
interim report, 10:7, 11-4, 18; 12:26-7, 32~6,42

Disarmament, ree Atomic weapons

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

Division of powers, see Jurisdictions
Divisions recorded, see Resolution———Constitution Act (1980)

Divisive aspects, see Amending procedure—–Referendum; Patriation;
Resolution: Unilateral action

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

Donahoe, Senator Richard A. (Halifax)
Constitution ofCanada, 25:15

Doran, Ms. Claire (Political adviser, Association culturelle franco-
canadienne de la Saskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada. 12:14-23

Daugherty, Ms. Joan (Chairman, Protestant School Board of Greater
Montreal)
Constitution of Canada, l1:7~24

Douglas, T.C., see Charter of rights

Driscoll, Mr. Fred (Minister of Education, Prince Edward Island)
Constitution of Canada. 142104

Drugs, trafficking, 47:65-7
Drury report, see Northwest ‘1‘erritorics

Duality/two nations, 12:1 1, 17-8, 21-2, 26; 13:27, 30, 50; 22:78-82,
92-3, 97; 26257-8; 27:25-6; 28:31; 35:17, 31-3
Native people position, 29:102; 31:59
See also Qttebec —“Nation”
Duclos, Mr. Louis (L—Montmorency; Parliamentary Secretary to
Minister‘ of External Affairs)
Constitution of Canada, 4:18-21, 132-6; 38:77-80
References, we Language of instruction; Linguistic and cultural
rights — Courts

Dumouchel, Miss Nicole (Board Member, Canadian Council on Social
Development)
Constitution of Canada, 19:28-31,34, 37,41

Dunn, Mr. William F. (Chairman of the Executive Committee,
Canadian Chamber of Commerce)
Constitution of Canada, 8:4-5

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

Dupuis, Ms. Renee (Legal Counsel, Attikamek~Montagnais Council)
Constitution of Canada, 28:26-7

Durocher, Mr. Jim (Provincial Treasttt’ex’, Association of Metis and
Non~Status Indians of Saskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada, 221134

Durocher, Rev. Father Raymond (Expert Researcher, Ontario
Conference of Catholic Bishops)
Constitution of Canada, 33:65-8, 71-2, 75-6

Duthler, Mr. Gary (Director, Federation of Independent Schools in
Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 29:70-6

Eberts, Ms. Mary (Legal Counsel, Advisory Council on the Status of
Women)
Constitution of Canada, 9:125-52

Economic Rights, 29:20-1, Z4-33, 85,90
Economic union, federal primacy, 8:6-7, 21-2

Economy
Newfoundland contribution, 91801
See also Process—Timetable; Unilateral action

Education

Adult, access, 24:61-82

Curriculum proposals, 1 1122-3

Equalization grants, 11:15-6, 25-6

Jttrisdiction,38:1l1

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

13; 19:79-80; 27:53
1’enetanguishcne,Ont., French high school, 4:29-30; 13:29;
39:24-5

Quebec anglophones, 11:16; 23:14
See also Language of instruction

See also Denominational/independent schools; Native people;

Sexual orientation

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

Electricity, see Natural resources»—-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, declaration by Parliament, 7:87, 100-3, 109-10;
8:34; 9:130; 11:30-1, 38-9; 22:53, 106, 120-1; 40:27-9; 49:55-64

Employment, see Disabled and handicapped

Energy policy, 34:73-4, 103
Constitutional change, relationship, 332148-50; 34:102-3, 109-11

Environment, 24:91-5; 26:30; 32:11; 49:65-71

EPP. Hon. Jake (PC—Provencl1et’)
Abortion, 22:45-6; 29:11; 33:73-4; 41:101; 43:43-4, 52
Affirmative action, 48:40-1
Alberta, government constitution paper, 33:112
Amending procedure, 14:144; 16:20; 17:34; 20:19; 27:122; 30:18-21;
332180; 52:1 19-21
Interim, 51:30; 52:109’
Referendum, 27:24-5; 38:95-7; 41:95-6; 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
“Apprehcnded”/“imminent”, 43:93
_Britain, legislation enabling Canadian constitutional amdt., 2:36-7;
48:51, 50:28-30, 83-4
Capital punishment, 41 :101
Charter of rights, 5:1 1-3; 20:25-6; 29:83; 33:44-6; 34:136; 41:96-9;
42:36-41; 55:9; 56:42-3
Citizenship, 43:118
Committee
Data, 24:59-60
Deadline, 7:27, 47; 9:27-8; 17:62; 23:33-5
“Master of its own proceedings”, 1:33
Proceedings, broadcasting, 1:47-23, 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; 12:89-90, 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; 32227-8; 51212, 15-7, 24-8
Consensus, 34:106-7; 55:7-9
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; 18:20-2; 19:19-20; 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; 28:51-2, 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; 36:5-9; 3725-6, 35, 39; 38:14-5, 27-32, 93-7, 104-5;
41:92-111, 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; 47:25-30, 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; 49:82-9, 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/independent schools, 19:19-20; 33274-5
Deportation, 46:117-20
Disabled and handicapped, 41:99
Duality/two nations, 22:97
Elections, 43:88-9
“Everyone”, 43143-4, 52
Federalism, 17:31
Freedom of association, 43:69-70
Freedom of conscience, 12:49-51
Freedom of information, 41:98
God, 29:82-3; 42:38; 43:18-20
Immigration, refugees, 29:84-5
Jurisdictions, 2:38-9; 50:83-4
Language of instruction, 6:17, 69-70; 41:99-100, 106; 482110-1
Legal rights, 41:100-1; 47:25-7, 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
Mineral resources, offshore, 54: 6-8
Mobility rights, 8:12-4: 12:74; 43:124-6; 46:73-8, 101
Monarchy, 53\55-7, 64-5
Multiculturalism, 9:112-3; 14:70; 26:53-4′ 29:143-4; 50:10-2
Native rights, 16:19-21; 17:91 4; 222135 ’26:21-4; 27:89-93;
31:47-9, 75-8, 82; 34:63; 49:87-8, 9
Natural resources, 24:89-90; 321142-3; 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, 1:11-6, 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., 56:50-1

Agenda and procedure subcommittee, 1:13; 48:49-50, 59

Amdts., 48:35-9; 53:35-6

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, 45215-6, 19, 28, 33
Meetings
Adjourning, 12:44; 29:94-5
Extending hours, 30:59
Scheduling, 6:8-9; 36:5-9
While constitutional discussions being held, 32:44-6
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

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

Minutes and evidence, availability, 5:5-6

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

1:1 1-2
Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, 1:32; 31:5
M., 1:47-8, 55, 70-1
Questioning ofwitnesscs, 3:11, 19; 8:19; 292119-21; 31:15; 35:30;
42:1 1-2
Time limit, 50:68-9
Quorum, official opposition, including, M. (Mr. Beatty), 1:92-3;
2:8-10
Reports to both Houses, draft consideration, in camera meeting,
M. (Mr. S. Robinson), 56:55-6

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 19

Epp, Hon. JakeAConz.

Points of order——Co/zl.

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

staff, 56:60-1
Travel, M., 1:78
Witnesses
Appearance before Committee, 7:32-7; 8:24-5, 29; 9:25-23, 54,
101-2. 111-2
Experts, requesting, M., 12:89-90, 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
Scheduling, 33:57
Statements, 332100-1

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, 9:113; 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 proposal; Resolution~
“Newfoundland”-Provincial referral; Yukon
Territory—-Government, Legitimacy
Resolution to Queen, 17:33; 23:35-9; 34:106; 38:27-32, 95, 104-5;
41:92-103, 115-7

Amdts., 42:21-5; 43:20, 28, 34-9; 46:12-3; 47:47-8

“Newfoundland”, 542103-5

Provincial referral, 50:20-2, 25-7
Retirement, 5:12
Robinson, Mr. S., references, 52:92-3
Scott, Rev. Edward W., references, 33:16
Senate, 41:96; 52:92-3; 53:50
Sexual orientation, 24:29-32
Trudeau, constitution position, 541128-31
Unilateral action, 8:11; 17:34; 33:l28-30, 181; 34:136-7; 54:132-3
Western provinces, 34:107-8
Yukon Territory, 14:42-4; 18:20-3

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

Equalization, 8:7-8, 24; 27:49; 29:23-4, 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

British Columbia position, 49:77

Defining, 3:23-4; 14:83-5; 15:21; 17145-6, 52; 19:49, 81-2
Minimum standards, 8:8, 16-7

Nova Scotia position, 17:43-6

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

49:71-81
Bennett position, 19:63
Federal position, 36:19

Payments, excluded from federal proposal, 8:17-8
Saskatchewan position, 49:81-2

Social services, 19:36-7; 49265-9, 73

Euthanasia, rec Freedom of conscience

“Everyone”, 7:18, 89′ 9:61, 131, 140-1, 144-5; 12:55; 19:14-5, 27;
21:25.40-1.44 , 2:54; 24:54, 115; 33:63; 43:39-55; 44:6-12,21,
25; 46:15, 105; 47.30-1, 78-9

Abortion/right to life, affecting, 22:26-7, 31, 36, 43, 48; 29:38, 45;
34:122-5: 46:70-1; 48:18, 21

“Everyone”——Com.
Press/media, freedom of speech, affecting, 24:11-2

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

Fairweather, Mr. Gordon L. (Chief Commissioner, Canadian Human
Rights Commission)
Constitution of Canada, 5:6-28
References, see Affirmative action; Charter of rights;
Committee—Witnesses

Family
Charter of rights including reference, 40232-3; 41 :7-8, 11
Progressive Conservative 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 Affirmative action; Amending procedure; Charter of rights;
C0mmittee~Witnesses; Equalization—Payments;
Justice–Legal aid; Language of instruction; Legal rights:
Linguistic and cultural rights; Mineral resources—Offshore
jurisdiction; Multicu1tura1ism—Entrencl1ing; Native rights;
Natural resources—-Broadbent; Property rights; Public opinion
polls——Gallup; Quebec—Sovereignty association; Resolution;
Unilateral action I

Federal-provincial conferences
Consensus, 17:36-7
Federalism, relationship, 51:18-9
Native people participation. 16:7-8, 15-6, 29; 17210-1, 107-10, 114;
27:51-2, 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
deadline, 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—Courts and legislatures
Premiers, consensus, 14:76-7; 17:30; 28:37
Public attitude, opinion polls, 32:25-8
See also Amending procedure—Referendum, “Dead1ock”
Permanent, 27:36, 59-60; 51:11-5
Progressive Conservative position, 51:21
Re-convening, 14:112; 17:30, 48-50, 59: 30:44
Representation, broadening, NDP proposal, 51:17-20
Victoria, June 1971, 2:44
See also Linguistic and cultural rights——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, 24-8
See also Amending procedure——Vancouver consensus (1980),
Opting-out

Federal-provincial relations

Constitutional change, effect, 41:54-S, 61-2

Fiscal arrangements, transfer payments, see Equalization
Improving, co-operation priority issue, Cohen remarks, 34:73-5, 78
Jurisdictions, transfer, 4:40-1

Non-subordination principle, 19:52-3

Provincial boundaries, 3:73-4

See also Newfoundland-Labrador——Quebec
Provincial status, see Amending procedure—Referendum

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

20 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Federal-Provincial Relations Office, Michael Kirby, secretary to the
cabinet for federal-provincial relations, references, see Privy
Council Office—Memorandum

Federalism, 28:30; 34:59-60; 35:18, 21, 47; 50:30

Biearneral system, importance, 30:29

Business Council on National Issues position, 33: 1 36-7, 148-9
“Community of communities”, 4:73

“Contract”, 4:94-5

Co-operative, 30:18, 22

Pearson role, 52:26

Decentralization, U.S., comparing, 34:85-7

Defining, Buchanan remarks, 17:27-8, 31, 48-9

Fathers of Confederation position, 50:29

Federal primacy/strong central government, 8:22-3; 27:67-8;

34:1 13-5: 50:51-2; 51:97-8
See also Economic union; Natural rcsources—-»-l£mer’gcncy
authority

“Federal state”, Blakeney remarks, 30:5-6

Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 332181-5

See also Amending procedure—Refercndum; Federal-provincial

conferences; Resolution

Federation of Canadian Municipalities
Constitutional reform, position, 9:7-10, 15-7
See also Committee–~Dead1ine; Language of instruction; Linguistic
and cultural rights; Native rights; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted

Federation of Indcpentlent Schools in Canada, see
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Federation ofsasltatcltewan Indians, see Organizations/individuals
appearing and briels submitted

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

Fisheries, federal jurisdiction, see Natural rcsources~Broadbcnt
proposal

Fleck, Mr. Jim (Chairman, Committee on Constitutional Reform,
Business Council on National Issues)
Constitution of Carr-ada, 33:139-41

Flis, Mr. Jesse, references, we Committee–——Witnesses

Flynn, Mr. Dennis (President, Federation of Canadian Municipalities)
Constitution of Canada, 9:7-25

Flynn, Senator Jacques (Rougcmont)
Constitution of Canada, 4:23-7; 15:14-7

Fognrty, Rev. Patrick (Executive Secretary, Canadian Catholic
Schools Trustees‘ Association)
Constitution of Canada, 19:10-8, 23

Foreman, Dr. Dayton (National Vice President, Canadian National
Institute for the Blind)
Constitution of Canada, 25:4, 18

Forest industry, see Natural resources

Fortier, Mr. L. Yves (National Treasurer, Canadian Bar Association)
Constitution of Canada, 15:21-3. 26-7

Fox, Mr. Marcel (Director General, Protestant School Board of
Greater Montreal)
Constitution of Canada, 1 1:24-5

Fraser, Hon. John A. (PC- -Vancouver South)

Abortion, 22:49
Alberta 1-leritagc Savings Trust Fund, 32:136-7, 143-4

Fraser, Hon. John A.- —Cont.
Amerrding procedure, 3:61-5, 72′ 436, 63-6‘ 7:76-9; 13:14; 22:113-4;
32:18; 38:99-100; 4027-12; 4 . 2-3; 51. 80, 85, 113; 52:49-54
Britain, Parliament, select committee, 50:71-6
Campbell, Miss Colinc, references, 52:57
Charter of rights, 4:84; 7:102; 13:12; 22:22; 32:16; 38:49-50
Committee
Deadline, 9:22-3
Proceedings, procedural delays, 9:102
Quorum, 1:93-4
Travel, 1:79-80, 85-6, 90
Witnesses, 1:38-9
Constitution of Canada, 1:38-9, 52, 68-70, 85-6, 90, 93-4; 3:61-5,
72; 4:36, 54, 63-7, 84, 100; 5:10, 27; 7:22, 76-9, 85-6, 101-5;
9:22-3, 39-40; 122115-26; 13:1 1-4; 17:1l~5, 66-70; 19:83-4;
22:22, 44-5, 48-9, 81-4, 111-4; 31:20, 34-6: 32:5, 15-8, 136-8,
143-4; 37:34-6; 38:48-50, 99-101; 40:7-12; 41:32-4, 47-8, 51-4,
58-61;43:102, 107, 112-4; 44:5; 45:7, 18, 24-6; 46:35-7, 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; 51:75-80, 85, 113; 52:38-40, 49-55, 57, 71-2; 54:36-40,
60-1, 70-2
Deportation, 46:1 10-2, 123-4
Duality/two nations, 22:81~2
Fisheries, 54:61, 70-2
Freedom of information, 43:102, 107, 112-4
Japanese Canadians, 13:11-2
Jurisdictions, 46:49-52
Language of instruction, 12:1 12
Legal rights, 46:35-7; 47:22-4, 35-7, 43, 46, 62-3, 67, 70-1, 77-8,
81-3; 48:122
Linguistic and cultural rights, 7:77-9; 22:82-4; 37:34-6; 48: 100-3,;
51:76; 52:71-2
Monarchy, 4:66-7
Multiculturalism, 22:81
Native rights, 17:11-5, 66-9; 31:20, 34-6;46:96; 50:74-5
Natural resources, 7:105; 32:136-8, 144; 54:36-40
Organization meeting, 1:38-9, 52, 68-70, 79-80, 85-6, 90, 94-5
Points of order
Adjournment, M., 1:68-70
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. Irwin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:38-9
McGrath privilege, 45:24-6
Meetings, punctuality, 32:5
Ministers, availability to Committee, 4:100
Proceedings, postponing, 47:10-3, 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
Quebec, sovereignty association referendum, 52:38~9, 48-9
References, 9:23-4; 51:81; 52254-5, 70
See also Linguistic and cultural rights
Resolution to Queen, 19:83; 22:1 12; 32:16
Royal Canadian Mounted Police, 46:66-9
Search and seizure, 46: 103-4
Senate, 121120-1; 17:12-3; 41:47-8, 51-4, 58-60

Freedom of association, see Labour unions

Freedom of conscience
Defining, 14:7, 13; 221117-8; 34:l56
Refusal to take human life in cases of abortion/war/euthanasia,
12:46-56; 22:41-2; 243107

> Freedom ofexpression, 19:27; 342156

Freedom of information, 24:20-1;43:101-16
Progressive Conservative position, 41:98; 43:101-15
Task force recommendation, 19:28

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 21

Freedom of religion, 9:86; 32:33, 37-8; 341156-7; 35:76
Denominational/independent schools, affecting, 35:69; 38:51-2, 55

Freedom of speech
Restricting, 22:8, 16, 20
See also Press / 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 (NDP——Skeena)
Constitution of Canada, 14:36-40; 26:5-6, 24-8; 271147-50

Fulton-Favreau formula, see Amending procedure

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

Gallup poll, ree Public opinion polls
Garn, Lord Trcff, ree Britain—~Legislation
Gas, see Natural resources-Taxation

Gauthier, Mr. Jean-Robert (L-Ottawa-Vanier)
Constitution of Canada, 4:28-32; 41:35-9; 48: 106, 114
German-Canadian Committee on the Constitution, sec
Organizations/individnals appearing and briefs submitted
Gerntan Canadians, discrimination, World War 11 treatment, ete.,
26:39-51, 56-7; 32:14

Gill, Mr. Aurélien (Chief of Pointc-Blcue, Attikamek-Montagnais
Council)
Constitution of Canada, 28:14-24

Gimaiel, Mr. Pierre (L–Lac-St.-Jean)
Constitution of Canada, 38:88-91

God, including reference in charter, 29:82-3; 33:6-7; 4127-8, 11; 42:39,

42-3; 43:16-20
Progressive Conservative position, 56:49
See also Charter of rights-Preamble

Goldenberg, Senator Carl (Rigaud)
Amending procedure, 4236-7; 7:46; 9:99
British North America Act, 27:26-7
Charter of rights, 7:1 1 1-2; 12:123-4; 42:36
Committee

Deadline, 7:40-2
Proceedings, broadcasting, 1:63-4
Proceedings, procedural delays. 9:39-41
Confederation, 27:62-3
Constitution of Canada, 1:10, 26, 63-4; 3:6; 4:36-8; 7:40-2, 46,

111-2; 9:39-41, 48, 99-100;12:l2l-4;17:47-50;19:82-3:26:34-6;

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

Constitutional assembly, 121121-3
Duality, 27:26
Native rights, 26:34-6
Newfoundland-Labrador, 4:37-8; 9:99-100
Organization meeting, 1:10, 26, 63-4
Points of order

Agenda and procedure subcommittee, M., 3:6

Election ofJoint Chairman, M., 1:10

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

Witnesses, appearance before Committee, 7:40-2
Premiers, 19:82-3
References, see Committee——Proceedings—-Subcommittees
Resolution to Queen, Ryan position, 9:48
Supreme Court, 27:64
Unilateral action, 27:61-2

Goldenberg, Senator Carl-Cont,
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; 17:8-13, 17-22

Gordon, Mr. Peter (Chairman, Business Council on National Issues)
Constitution of Canada, 331133-54

Gosnell, Chief 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, 28:38-9, 43

Government, Clark government, previous, see Natural resources

Government departments, boards, agencies and commissions, sec
Charter of rights‘

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

Gowanloek, Ms. G\veneth (Executive Director, Canadian Association
of Social Workers)
Constitution of Canada, 292147-8

Green, Sid, see Manitoba

Greene, Mr. James (Counsel, Denominational Education Committees
of Newfoundland)
Constitution of Canada, 35:63-70, 74

Greenspan, Mr. Lawrence (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, 9:1 17-9

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

Halley, Mr. Raymond J. (President, Canadian Bar
Association—Newfound1and Branch)
Constitution of Canada, 9:76-80, 85-96, 99-100

Hammel, Mr. Philip (President, Canadian Catholic School Trustees’
Association)
Constitution of Canada, 19:7-24
Handler, Ms. Denyse (Coalition for the Protection of Human Life)
Constitution of Canada, 22:26, 37, 40

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

Hargrave, Mr. Bert (PC—~Mcdieine Hat)
Constitution of Canada, 27:59-60

1-lartling, Mrs. J. (Executive Director, National Anti-Poverty
Organization)
Constitution of Canada, 29:18-9, 22-4, 33
Hate literature, see Pornography

Hatfield, Hon. Richard B. (Premier, New Brunswick)
Constitution of Canada, 19:46-85

Note: See page I for Dates and Issues

22 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Hatfield, Hon. Richard B.—CanI.

References, see Amending procedure~Referendum——Vancouvcr
consensus (l980)——Victoria formula (1971); Language of
instruction~—“Where numbers warrant”; Linguistic and cultural
rights——Courts and 1egislatures—Ontario; Native rights;
Resolutionv-Premiers; Unilateral acti0n—Fcdcral position

Hawkes. Mr. Jim (PC—Calgary West)

Abortion, 241105-7; 49:15-6

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

Alberta, 4:118; 40:23-4

Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund, 32:l46

Alberta New Democratic Party, 332114-5

Amending procedure, 14:11}; 24:55; 27:48-9;38:53-4, 73-6; 39:13;
40:23-5;51:102—4;52:1l1-3,117,121-3;53:63-4

Atomic weapons, 25:28-9 ,

Charter of rights, 22:13,128;24:54-5,105-6;29:17-8, 35,56,152;
34:167-70; 35:36, 77; 43:13-5; 49:47-8

Children’s rights, 21:43-5

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; 14:51-2, 112-4:17:17-8,
79-80, 95, 125-7; 18:25-7, 36-7; 19:32-5; 21:43-5; 22:1 5, 91-2,
127-8,151-2;23:68-70;24 11,54-5,67-70,105-7;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,
111-6, 165-7, 187; 34:7, 99, 167- , 5134-7, 77, 82-3: 38:53-4,
72-6; 39:9-10, 13; 40:23-5; 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; 48:22-4,

28-31, 35, 41-2, 79-80; 9:15-6, 28, 42-3, 47-8, 59, 75; 50 7-9,
63-6; 51:18-9, 28-9,102-4;52:l03-5, 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/independent schools, 29:72-3;33:114-5
Education, 24:67-70
Elections, 43:81-2, 86-9
Equalization, 27:49; 49:75
“Everyone”, 43:40-2; 47:78-9
Family, 43:40-2
House of Commons, 43:93-5
Human rights, 22:12
Jurisdiction, 27:50
Language of instruction, 41:40
Legal rights, 47:38, 62, 68
Life insurance rates, 33:90-2
Linguistic and cultural rights, 29: 144-5: 41:86-8; 42:16-8; 48:79-80;
52:1 1 1-2
Mobility rights, 4:120-1; 18:36; 19:34-5; 29:152
Monarchy, 53:62-3
Multiculturalism, 22:13-5, 92
Native rights, 17:17-8; 18:25-7, 36-7; 22:15l-2‘ 271105-7, 141-3;
29:35; 31:16-7, 61-4, 90; 32:87-9; 3311 15-6 0: ,
Natural resources, 33:166-7, 187; 39:9-10; 53:77; 54:18-23, 29-33
Oil and oil industry, 322147
Points of order
Documents, appending to minutes and evidence, 33:111
Meetings, extending hours, 30:59
Members remarks, correcting, 34:7
Ministers, availability to Committee, 4:99
Motions, mover present during debate, 54:17
Proceedings, postponing, 47:15-6
Witnesses/meetings/report deadline, M. (Senator Austin),
23:68-70
Political belief, 48:22-4, 29-30
Pornography/hate literature, 43:64
Press/media, 24:9-10

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Hawkes, Mr. Jim——CanI.

Process, 32:68

Property rights, 44:20

Quebec, 23:69-70

References. see Native people»-Cultural evolution
Regulations, 49:42-3

Resolution to Queen, 23:68-9; 34:99; 35:34-6; 50:50-1; 55:22-5;

56:12, 22-3

Retirement, 4:119-20

Senate, 52:10}-5; 67-8

Social services, l9:33—4; 29:152-3

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

Western provinces, alienation, 32:l46-7; 33:1 13, 165-6; 56:23

Hays, Senator Harry (Calgary; Joint Chairman)

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 decisions of the Chair:
Women—Non-discrimination rights

Head, Dr. Wilson (President, National Black Coalition of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 22:7—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 of Canada, 31:78-82

I-learn, Mr. Ed (Member, Canadian Bar Association—–Newl’oun(llan<1
Branch)
Constitution of Canada, 9:80-4, 92-101

Hegan, Ms. Mary (The Canadian Connection)
Constitution of Canada, 32:51-2

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

Charter of rights, 3:66-7

Committee, proceedings, broadcasting, 1:62-3

Constitution of Canada, 1:62-3; 3:66-7; 14:45-6, 90-6; 32:89-92;

332171-2

Mobility rights, 14:45-6

Organization meeting, 1:62-3

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

Epp), 1:62-3

References, see Amending procedure—-Prince Edward Island
Resolution to Queen, 14:93-5

Western provinces, alienation, 33:17]-2

Yukon, 14:45

Herbert, Mr. llal, see Prince Edward lsland-—Stalus

Hervieux-Payelte, Mrs. Céline (l.—-Mercicr; Parliamentary Secretary
to SolicitorGcnera1)
Constitution of Canada, 17:73-5, 101-3, 123-5; 27:1l3-7; 28:22-4

Hill, Ms. Karen (Canadian Council on Social Development)
Constitution of Canada, 19:31-44

I-Iiscock, Reverend Boyd (Executive Secretary, United Church of
Canada in Newfoundland, Denominational Education Committees
of Newfoundland)

Constitution of Canada, 35:54~8, 65-6

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

Note: See page I for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 23

Hnatyshyn, Hon. Ray (PC—Saskatoon West)

Abortion, 49:16-7, 23-4

Amending procedure, 14:60-1; 52:41-6

Charter of rights, 14:59-60; 20:14-7; 30:36-8
Constitution of Canada, 14:59-62; 19:13-8; 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

Regulations, 49:37-44

Senate, 521105

Homosexuality, see Sexual orientation

House debate
Closure, 1:84; 56:24-5
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, 43:90-8, 101

House leaders, sec Committee—Quorum
Staff, collective bargaining, 43:75-6

See also Parliament

Housing, see 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; 22:12-3

Human Rights Act, Human Rights Tribunal decision re primacy over
Income Tax Act, 527

Humphrey, Dr. John (President, Canadian Human Rights
Foundation, New Brunswick Human Rights Commission)
Constitution of Canada, 11:28-31, 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—Emp1oyment
See also Language of instruction

Immigration
Legislation, including multiculturalism concept, 14:70″
Refugees, protecting, 29:81, 84-5
See alro Language of instruction——Quebec

Income Tax Act, see Human Rights Act

Indian Act, 4:9-10; 18:35; 28:23; 31:27, 93
“Indian”, 34:36-7

Indian Affairs and Northern Development Department, 31:13

Indian Association of Alberta, see Native rights;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Indian Rights for Indian Women, see Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted: Resolution

Indians, see Native people

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

Inuit Committee on National Issues, .ree Amending procedure; Native
rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted;
Resolution

Irwin, Mr. Ron (L—Sau1t Ste. Marie; Parliamentary Secretary to
Minister of Justice, Attorney General and Minister of State for
Social Development)

Abortion, 43:48; 49:14-5

Advertising, 41:67-8

Affirmative action, 48:39

Age, 7:29

Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund, 32:1-43

Amending procedure, 14:103-4; 34:150-1; 38152-3; 40:9-12;
412104-8; 5I:108-9, 123; 52:22-3, 114-8; 53:20-1, 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;
322144; 34:151-2; 42:23-4; 48:120; 50:52-4; 54:91

Citizenship, 43:118-9 ‘

Committee

Recommendations, 31:91
Staff/members, 35:79-80
Witnesses, 1:45-6; 12:96-7

Constitution of Canada, 1:10-39, 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:S6. 11:39-43; 12:96;
13:26, 45-8; 1 .103-5; 15:2 3; 17257-8; l8:2_7- 0:21-4;
22:68-9, 125-7; 23:21-3, 38; 2495; 27:28-30: 29.69-71; 30:34-6;
31:84-7, 91; 32:41-4, 46, 143 3242-4, 57, 845, 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:l4-5,60,101-2,110,125,133-4;
47:30-1, 41-4, 52-4, 59, 64, 80; 48:38-9, 120-1, 125; 49:14-15, 71;
5029-10, 13-4, 51-4; 51:108-9, 113, 123: 52:22-3, 69, 91-2, 107,
114-8; 53:18-21, 278, 37, 65-9; 54:91, 95, 98-101, 108-9, 130;
55:20

Constitutional assembly, 22:69

Denominational/independent schools, 29:69-71

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

Education, 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:l01-2,110, 125, 133-4;
47:30-1. 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, 483125; 50:14

Native rights, 11:39-40, 43; 18:29; 22:127; 31:84-7; 33:43-4

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

Newfoundland-Labrador. 38:63-4

Non-discrimination rights, 22:68-9, 125; 32:41-4; 34:153

Official languages minorities, assimilation, 13:45

Organization meeting, 1:l0~3, 17, 25-7, 41, 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

Irwin, Mr. Ron——Co/it.
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.,
1:25-7
And requesting witnesses, amdt., 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 of witnesses, 3:10-1; 13:26
Quorum, official opposition, including, M. (Mr. Beatty), 1:92
Witnesses, appearance before Committee, 12:96-7
Witnesses, Members of Parliament 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/western provinces; Charter of rights—“Reascnable
limits”; Committcc~Quorum
Resolution to Queen, 4:51; 23:23; 37:25-7; 46:14-5; 54:99-101,
108-9; 55:20
Senate, 52:107; 53:65-6
Supreme Court, 22:68
Unilateral action, 341151
War Measures Act, 52:22
Women, non-discrimination rights, 33:143-4

Italian-Canadians, background, 23:8, 22-3

Ittinuar, Mr. Peter (NDP-—Nunatsiaq)

Amending procedure, 12:86

Chrétien, Mr., references, 38:68

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

Constitution of Canada, 12:64-7, 83-6; 14:48-50; 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; 46:87-90, 100-1

Native rights, 12:84-6; 16:22-4; 18:14-5; 38:66-9; 49:84-7, 90-2, 95,
100-1

Northwest Territories, 12:65-7

Yukon, 14:49-50: 18:16

James Bay and Northern Quebec Native Claims Settlement Act,
38: 1 6-7
See also Native peop1e——I.and claims

Janzen, Mr. William (Director General, Ottawa Office, Mennonite
Central Committee (Canada))
Constitution of Canada, 12:48-56

Japanese Canadians, discrimination, World War 11 treatment, 5:12-4;
7:109; 13:5-12, 15-6, 20-5; 22:10, 76-7; 32:14, 133-4; 461119-20

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

Joe, Mr. David (Legal Counsel, Council for Yukon Indians)
Constitution of Canada, 18:11-37

Johnson, Chief Stanley (President, Union of Nova Scotia Indians)
Constitution of Canada, 32:80-9, 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: 1 7-8, 21-2, 47-50

Joyal, Mr. Serge (L-—l-Iochclaga-Maisonneuve; Parliamentary
Secretary to President of the Treasury Board; Joint Chairman)
Chrétien, Mr., references, 40:4

Joyal, Mr. Serge~~-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; 28’51-6; 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; 43:23-4, 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; 50212-3, 16,
22-8, 41, 58, 88; 51:46, 50; 52:38, 4187; 3:69-70; 54:97-8,
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 also Amending procedure—-Progressive Conservative
position; Linguistic and cultural rig1its—Courts: Procedure
and decisions of the Chair
Resolution to Queen, 56:11-6, 20

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

Jurisdictions, 8:8; 28:30-1; 32:102-4; 49:27-37

Chrétien position, 37:11, 15-6; 46:51-3; 50:80-4

Federal, see Native people

Provincial, 27:50
British North America Act provisions, 35:6
Federal encroachment, 4:11 1-7: 8:21; 15:24; 17:31-2; 23:15-6;

27:40; 34:18-21, 43-5; 46:48-53; 48:27-8 A
New Democratic Party position, 46:27-8
Progressive Conservative position, 44:13-23; 46:27, 52
Quebec ad campaign, Tremblay role, 49:31-2
St. Laurent remarks, 2:38-9
See also Language of instruction~—Provincial; Legal rights-—Fair
hearing

Residual powers, 829

Transportation, cntrenching concurrent power, 26:60-1

See also Amending procedure»-Balance of power; Communications;

Federal-provincial relations: Native rights—Specia1status;
Social services

Justice, Administration of
Legal aid
Federal position, 46:133-4
See also Legal rights——Right to counsel
“Natural justice”, 46:25
See also Legal rights; Property i’ights—-Expropriation
Trial byjury, see Legal rights
See also Courts; Judges; Legal rights—Evidence; Lieutenant
Governors warrants; Writs of assistance

Justice Department, rec Committeewstaff; Resolution-—-Amdts.,
Progressive Conservative–Committee study

Juvenile delinquents, Me Young offenders

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 Japanese
Canadians)
Constitution ofCanada, 13:5-7, 10-3, 19,25

Kanary, Mr. Ron (Vice Chairman, Coalition of Provincial
Organizations for the Handicapped)
Constitution of Canada, 12:26-37

Kaplan, Hon. Robert (L——Yor1< Centre; Solicitor General) Advertising, 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 riglits, 40:32; 41:7-22, 86-8; 42:26-7, 30-6, 39-41 Conferences, 41 :57-8 Constitution of Canada, 40:14-33; 41:6-46, 49-88; 42:1 1, 16-9, 26-7, 30-6, 39-41; 43:41-50, 59, 64-6, 69-70, 74-6, 83-9, 94-5, 105-6; 44:9-10, 25-6 Crown liability, 40:31 Elections, 43:83-9 “Everyone”, 43:41-50; 44:9- 10 Federal-provincial relations, 41261-2 Freedom of information, 43:l05-6 House of Commons, duration, 43:94-5 House of Commons, staff, 43:76 Labour unions, 43:69-70, 74-5 Language of instruction, 41:35-43 Legal rights, 41:15-6 Linguistic and cultural rights, 42:16-8 Mineral resources, 41:44-5, 49-51 Non-discrimination rights, 41:18–24 Point of order, ministers, availability to Committee, 4221] Point of order, ministers, interventions permitted during Committee proceedings, 42:18~9 Press/media, 43:64-6 Property rights, 41:11; 43:59; 44:25~6 References, 44:10 Resolution to Queen, amdts., 44:9-10 Senate, 41:51-4, 59-60, 77-9, 82-3 Unilateral action, 41:79-81 War Measures Act, 40:27-30; 41:6, 13 Writs of assistance, 41:13-4 Yukon Territory, 41 :55-6 Kaszuba, Mr. Jan (President, Canadian Polish Congress) Constitution of Canada, 921023, 111, 118-22 Keeper, Mr. Cyril (NDI’—-Winnipcg—St. James) Constitution of Canada, 9:15-7; 27:1 1 1-2 Kellermann, Mr. J. Robert (Legal Counsel, Canadian Abortion Rights Action League) Constitution of Canada, 24:99-101, 105-14 Kent, Mr. T.D. (Canadian Life Insurance Association) Constitution of Canada, 33:92 Kickingbird, Mr. Kirk (Legal Counsel, Federation of Saskatchewan Indians) 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, 26:37-40, 44, 47-50 Kilgour, Mr. David (PC——Edmonton-Strathcona) Constitution of Canada, 21:48-9; 29:14-5, 31-3, 44-5, 63-5, 75-6 Killen, Mr. Stuart (Research Director, Union of Nova Scotia Indians) Constitution of Canada, 32:89, 95 Killens, Mrs. Thérése (L—Saint-Michel) Constitution of Canada, 19:23-4 King, the late Rt. Hon. W.L. Mackenzie, see Charter of rights King, Mr. Fred (PC-Oltanagan-Similkameen) Constitution ofCanada, 56:30, 34-6 References, householder mailing divisive, 56:33-6 King, Pastorikoy (Denominational Education Committees of Newfoundland) Constitution of Canada, 35:58-9, 68 Kinsella, Dr. Noel A. (Chairman, New Brunswick Human Rights Commission) Constitution of Canada, 11:27-45 Kirby, Michael, see Fctleral-l’rovincial Relations Office Kistabish, Mr. Major (Algonquin Council) Constitution of Canada, 31:9-10 Kistahislt, Ms. Pamela (Algonquin Council) Constitution of Canada, 31:21 Kistabislt, Mr. Richard (Algonquin Council) Constitution of Canada. 31:6-9, 16-8 Klassen, Mr. J.M. (Exectttive Secretary, 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 of Canada, 26:53 , Knowles, Hon. Stanley (NDIL-Winnipeg North Centre) Organization meeting, 1:16-7, 53-4, 57, 86-7 Krenke, Dr. Arthur (llistorian, German-Canadian Committee on the Constitution) Constitution of Canada, 26:42-5, 48-52, 57-8 Ku Klux Klan, historical background, resurgence, 22:14-21, 133; 24:13 LaBillois, Mr. Wallace (Elder, National Indian Brotherhood) Constitution of Canada, 27:75-6 Labour, see Committeemwitncsses, Business Labour unions, 29:81; 32:11 Freedom of association effect, 4:46-9; 43:67-77 See also Collective bargaining; Mobility rightsfilimployment La Fédération des Francophones Hors Quéhec Inc., see Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted La Forest, Professor Gérard V. (University ofottawa) Constitution of Canada, 34:6-31, 34-7, 40-55 References, sec Committce—Witnesses; Patriation Lafrance, Mr. Guy (Legal Adviser, Montreal Urban Community Police, Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police) Constitution of Canada, 14:6-7, 12-3, 18-9, 25 Laing, the late Senator Arthur, 49:98-9 Lamontagne, Senator Maurice (lnkerman) Amending procedure, 19:68~9 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; 3:39; 5:10; 12:l28-30; 15:29; 19:66-9 Constitutional assembly, 12:129 Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues 26 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA Lamontagne, Senator Maurice-—Cont. Linguistic and cultural rights, 2:48 Organization meeting, 1:18, 23, 28, 55, 61, 66, 86; 2:12 Points of order Agenda and procedure subcommittee, 1:18 Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. Irwin), and requesting witnesses, amdt, (Mr. Nystrom), 1:28 Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:66 Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:86 Premiers, consensus, 19:67 Resolution to Queen, amdts., 2:47-9 Unilateral action, 19:66 Western provinces, 12:l28 Landers, Mr. Mike (1.,—Saint John) Constitution of Canada, 19:78-80 Landolt, Mrs. Gwen (Legal Counsel, Campaign Life–—Canada) Constitution of Canada, 34:1 16-29 Lang, Mr. Peter (L——Kitchener) Constitution of Canada, 12:37-9 Language of instruction, 2:30, 43; 12:1 12; 29:139; 34:57 Alberta formula, 9:116-7 Amdts. relating to some but not all provinces, 41 :41 Anomalies, 11:11-2 Bilingualism principle, 23:10, 13-4, 19-21, 28 Bill C-60 of 30th Parliament, 4:81-2 Canadian Bar Association position, 6:25; 15:10 Citizenship qualifications, 7:96-8; 8 2 Class system, creating, 4:10-2, 80; 7:55-6 Corbin position, 41:41-3; 48:94-6 Costs. 8:14; 30:52 Duclos position, 4:18-21, 30; 48:97-8 “Educational facilities“, 6:14; 13:29; 38:37-8, 107-11;41:36-7, 40; 48:108-11, 114 Federal position, 2:43; 36:17; 48:94~6, 107-20 Federation of Canadian Municipalities position, 9:13-4 First ministers resolution, February 1978, 41:36; 48:97-8 Francopliones outside Que., 4:20; 6:26-7; 13:29-30; 14:58 Franco-Manitobans, 10:26-34 See also Official languages minorities Freedom of choice, 6:13, 25-6, 38-9; 10:26-7, 40-2; 11:12-3. 17-21, * 24-5; 21:12-3, 18-9; 22:80, 96-8, 99-101 Immigrants/ethnic groups, preferences, 23:12, 18 Language tests. 48:1 12-4 Malépart position, 4:18 Manitoba, 14:61: 48:108; 53:66-7 Mobility rights relationship, 6:34-7, 42; 8:32; 10:23, 41 Multiculturalism, affecting, 9:105-7, 110-1, 115-9; 14:57-8, 61-4, 69-70; 26:55-6; 29:64, 126-7, 138 National Congress of Italian-Canadians (Quebec region)/Senator Rizzuto proposal, 23:9-11, 17-9, 22, 25-6, 29 National unity, affecting, 11:13-5, 20-3 New Brunswick, 19:79-80 New Democratic Party position, 48:96-107 Newfoundland, 41 :43-4 Pepin-Robarts task force recommendations, 6:25; 35:17, 34 Positive Action Committee proposal, 7:55-7, 71-5; 11:11; 13:36 Post-secondary levels, 8:32-3; 13:29 Premiers position, 3:16-7; 6:25; 38:81-3 Progressive Conservative position, 41:99-100, 106 Provincialjurisdiction, 6:17—8; 8:50-3; 11:22-3; 12:12; 13:31; 14:56-7, 61, 68-9; 19:62; 48:98-107, 115-6 Public opinion, 6:25 Quebec languages policy, Bill 101, relationship, 3:54-S; 4:11, 18-9; 8:46; 11:11-2; 22187-8, 98; 23:11-2, 67; 29:59; 37131-2, 36; 39:23-5 Language ofinstruction—Cont. Quebec, right to select immigrants, 4:19-22; 6:13-4, 26 Regionalism. 10:29-34, 41 Saskatchewan, 12:9-11, 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 “Where numbers warrant”, 33:69-70 Application, P.E.I. legislation, 14:82 Courts interpreting, 3:18, 66-7; 4:28-31, 60-1; 38:36-7; 41:38-9 Hatfield position, 38:37 Majority right to appeal, 41:40, 43 Deleting, 6:13-4, 18-20, 26; 7:56, 64-6, 74-5; 8:32, 46-7; 12:9-11, 17-24; 13:29, 34-5; 21:8, 22; 22286-9; 35:40 Ontario, 41:34-40 See also Quebec-~1.anguages policy, Bill 101 Lapierre, Mr. Jean (L—~Shefford) Age, 11:45 Amending procedure, 4:67; 28:43-4; 411121-3 Britain, 2241 Charter of rights, 3:47-9; 12:55; 22:19-20; 24:36-7 Committee Quorum, 1:97 Travel, 1:81 Witnesses, 1:42; 12:93-4; 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; 6130-2; 8:43-7; 11:44-5; 12:53-5, 93-4; 13:49-50; 14:9 100, 115;17:15—6;21:22-4;22:19-21,71-2,88-90;23’28-30:24:19-20, 34-7, 56-8; 26:54-6 8:42-4; 41:l20—3; 42:45-6 3:25, 58-60, 4: 48, 64, 67, 129-31; 47 5, 19, 42; 48:76-7, , 50:61-3; 52:25, 28, 107-8; 53258-9, 62 Democratic rights, 22:21 Freedom of conscience, 12:54-5 Jurisdictions, 46:48; 49:31-2 Labour unions, 43:67 Language of instruction, 8:46-7; 21 :22; 22288-9 Legal rights, 22:21; 461129-31 Linguistic and cultural rights, 6:31-2; 8:43-6; 142100; 26:55-6; 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; 2:18-20 Points of order Adjournment, M., 2:18; 3:87 Agenda and procedure subcommittee, 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 Ministers, availability to Committee, 4:104 Quorum, official opposition, including, M, (Mr. Beatty), 1:97 Travel. M. (Mr. Epp), 1:81 Witnesses, appearance before Committee, 12:93-4 Press/media, 24:19-20; 26:55; 43:63-5 Privacy, 24:37; 46:64, 67 Property rights, 43:58-60; 44115-8, 24 Quebec, 2:40-1; 41:120-2; 52:25 References, 9:101; 45:28 See also Consu1tations—~Publie involvement; Monarchy——Abo1isliing Resolution to Queen. 13:50; 21:23-4; 23:29; 50:61-3 Senate, 52:108 Sexual orientation. 24:35 Supreme Court, 22:71 Unilateral action, 28:44 Note: See page I for Dates and Issues CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 27 Lapointe, Senator Rennude (Mille Isles) Abortion, 34:128-9 Charter of rights, 34:128 Constitution of Canada, 10:16-8; 24:15-7; 29:15-6; 33:53-4, 95-6; 34:128-9 Disabled and handicapped, 10:16-8 Life insurance rates, 33:95-6 Press/media, 24:15-7 LaSalle, I-Ion. Roch (PC-Juliette) Constitution of Canada, 4:104-10; 8:35-7; 12:12-4; 28:36-9, 42-3 Language ofinstruction, 12:14 Linguistic and cultural rights, 8:36; 12:14 Unilateral action, 4:105-10; 8:35-6; 12:12-3 Leavy, Mr. James (Council of Quebec Minorities) Constitution of Canada, 8:33-5 Ledrly, Dr. Francis (National President, World Federalists of Canada) Constitution of Canada, 25:20-4, 28-9 Legal rights, 5:9-10; 22:61, 109, 118; 32:12, 16-7; 41:15-6 Bail, 15:8; 24:44; 36:13; 47:53 Canadian Association for the Prevention of Crime position, 24:43-4 Civil proceedings, 15:12, 21; 2211089, 117 Courts, access, 15:28 “Cruel and unusual punishment”, 22:110: 47:73-80 Double jeopardy, 7:92-3: 47:60-4 Drafting, 222121 Evidence, 5:10, 18; 7:15-6, 27-9, 92; 9:13]; 11:33; 14:8-9, 11, 19-20; 15:8 Administration ofjustice, affecting, 48:121-5 Federal position, 36:18 Illegally obtained, admissibility in court, 11:39; 14:11, 22-7; 15:18-21; 21:15-6; 22:61, 108, 126-7; 24:44-7, 50; 34:57, 75 Progressive Conservative position, 41 : 100-1 Fair hearing, 46:45-55 Provincial jurisdictions, 46:48-51 Flexibility, 24:47-8 Fundamental justice, 14:28-9; 21:20-1; 22:21 See also below “Natural justice” Informing accused, 7:13; 14:7, 12-5; 29:26; 47:31-43 /Innocence, presumption, 7:91 Interpreter during proceedings, 24:44; 47:83-8 Justice, administering, courts discretion, 14:28-9 “Natural justice“/due process, 21:14-5; 46:30-45 Abortion, relationship, 46:43 New Democratic Party position, 44:6-12 Police/law enforcement agencies, 32:12-3 Progressive Conservative position, 44:12-31 / Punishable offences, 47:54-9, 64-9 Right to counsel, 7:90-1; 22:78, 89, 107-9; 37:24-5; 462125-35 Federal position, 36:12; 4 Funding, 24:44; 29:26; 3 . , Hogan case, 7:11, 15, 28; 22:10 Right to remain silent, 7:21-2; 21:7, 15; 24:48-9 Right to trial within reasonable time, 14:17 Security of person, 19:28 Selfincrimination, 14:8, 14. 18-9, 27; 15:8; 21:7-8; 22:1 10; 24:48-9; 36:12-3; 462135-7; 47:22-5, 43-5, 80-3 Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police position, 47:25-8 New Democratic Party position, 47:27, 44-52 Trial byjury, 4:57-8; 7:21; 9:45; 15:12; 21:15; 24:47; 47:54-7 Federal position, 36:12 Witnesses, 47:65-7 See also Linguistic and cultural rights—Courts and legislatures; Native people; Search and seizure; Young offenders Leggatt, Mr. Stewart, M.L.A. (Legal Counsel, Nishga Tribal Council) , , Constitution of Canada, 26:10-1 ‘ Legislation Bill C-60 of 30th Parliament, see Charter of rights; Language of instruction; Linguistic and cultural rights-—Courts and legislatures; Native rights; Senate——Supreme Court; Unilateral action—-Provinces—Supreme Court See also Britain; Disabled and handicapped Legislatures Language of debate, see Linguistic and cultural rights—-Courts and legislatures Members, discipline, 43:87-8 See also Charter of rights; House of Commons; Qucbec—National Assembly; Reso1ution~—New Brunswick; Senate; Yukon Territory Lehr, Mr. Reinhold (President, Alberta Chamber of Commerce) Constitution of Canada, 27:35-7, 45-9, 52, 58-61, 67-74 Le Moignan, Mr. Michel (Interim Leader, Union Nationals) Constitution of Canada, 28:29-50 Leone, Dr. Laureano (President, Council of National Ethnocultural Organizations of Canada) Constitution of Canada, 22274-6, 85, 92 Lepofsky, Mr. David (Member of the Ontario Board of Directors, Canadian National Institute for the Blind) Constitution of Canada, 25:5-19 Lévesque, Mr. Gérard (Secretary General, Association canadienne- francaisc de1’Ontario) Constitution of Canada, 8:35-6, 40-2, 45-8, 52 Levi, Chief Albert (Union of New Brunswick Indians) Constitution of Canada, 32:76, 89 Lewycky, Mr. Laverne (NDP-Dauphin) Constitution of Canada, 14:63-5; 22:84-7; 292132-5 Liberal Party New Democratic Party support, 42:15; 46:12-4; 53:93-5 See also Committee–Sittings See also Abortion; Comn1ittee~Dead1ine—Travel; Linguistic and cultural rights; Native rights; Property rights; Resolution Library of Parliament, see Committce—Data Lieutenant Governors warrants, 46: 1 24; 47:74 Life insurance rates, effect 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, 33:104 Amending procedure threat, 4:61-3; 6:21-3, 33-4 Association culturellc franco-canadienne de la Saskatchewan position, 322139-40 Bilingualism, opposition, 56:34-5 Blakeney position, 30:41-2 British North America Act provisions, 32:104, 119-20 Business Council on National Issues position, 33:144 . Cohen position, 34:93 Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues 28 Linguistic and cultural rights~-Cont. Courts and legislatures, 2:26-7; 3:55-7: 4:92-3- 13:40-1,51; 17:50; ..:103; 27:20-1; 33:8 35233-4, 38; 54197-8 Bill C-60 of 30111 Parliament, 4:80-3 British Columbia, 7:77-9; 22:122; 51:81 Canadian Jewish Congress position, 7:95-6 Charter of rights, affecting, 37:29-30 Cltrétien position, 2:43-4; 38:79-81; 48:70-1, 74-5 Courts, previous agreement re, 37:42-3 Criminal cases, right to trial in either official language, 15:10, 23 Duclos position, 38:79-81 Federal position, 2:27-9; 3’55-7, 60-1; 4:20-3; 37:30-4, 38; 48:82-5; 51:76, 90-2: 52 2-6 Federal-provincial conference, Ottawa, Sept. 8- 1 2/80, 2:28-31, 44-5 Franco-Ontarians, 38:91-3 loyal position, 37:39 Languages other than 1″rencl\/English, 22:79, 82-4, 90, 96-9, 102 Manitoba, 4:137-9; 6:12, 22; 10:25-8, 34-9, 42-5; 27:28; 34:84: 35:48; 48:78 New Brunswick, 228′ 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 Hatfield p0Sll10l‘I, 2:27, 34, 43; 4:138; 6:19, 23, 27; 13240-1; 36:16; 48:70, 74 See also below Ontario, including with New Democratic Party position, 2:28-30; 10:38-9; 51:76, 79; 56:52, 58-60 Nystrom position, 2:26-30, 34-5, 40: 8:31; 12:20, 25; 48266-7 Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops position, 3367, 70, 78-81 Ontario, including with N.B., 2:26-30, 48; 3:60; 4’ ’52-3, 61-2, 69-70, 75-9, 95-6; 8:31; 10:38-9; 11:19: 13 3-5; 19277-8; 21. 2:22:90;23:11-3,18, 21-2; 27:15, 21-2; 28:43; 34:158 35:39 Davis position, 2:27-9, 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; 13:46-7; 48:65 Ontario, progress, 13:46-9; 19:75-6; 48:62-9, 72-7; 52:79-82 Opting-in, 27:22; 37:44-6; 48:60-1, 70-80, 87-92 Positive Action Committee position, 7:52-3, 61-2, 69-70 Prince Edward island, 12:20; 141100 Provinces, voluntary acceptance, 2:48: 10:34-5 Quebec and Manitoba, 2:27-30; 3:17, 55-6; :11-2; 10:31-2; 13:44: 15:9 Quebec position, 2:44; 6:12 Quebec sovereignty association referendum, relationship, 19:58-61; 37:37-8 Roblin position, 12:20 Ryan position, 23:16-7; 36:16; 37:38, 41 Saskatchewan, 2:30, 35; 3:61; 12:12-6, 20-1, 25; 30:41-3; 32:140-1 Trudeau position, 37:33 Victoria conference (1971) position, 3:27-8 Crombie position, 48:60-6, 70-2 Diversity, reflecting, 14:54 Entrenching after patriation,34:1(>1

Equality principle, 2:42-3; 6:11; 8:30-1; 12:1 1, 18; 13:30; 19148-9,
55, 59-61

Legislative irregularities, correcting, 4:31-2

Federal position, 36:15-6

Federation of Canadian Municipalities position, 9:23-10, 21

Francophoncs outside Qtic., 13:30-1; 14:l00; 29: 8; 321139;

34:1 14, 143-5; 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 rights—-Cont.
Government service to public in either official language, 6:12; 8:32,
36, 45-6: 12:8-1 1; 27:29-30; 32:l39-40; 36:16-7; 54:98
See also 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

“Mother tongue“, 6:45-7; 11:11-2; 22:79, 88, 99-100

Necessity, 6:10-1, 15-8, 38; 10:24-5:13:27-8

New Brunswick, 342158

See olro above Courts and legislatures

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

Official Languages Act, including, 27:19-23

Ontario

Hatfield Oct. 20/80 New York remarks, 19:56-9, 74-5
See also above Courts and legislatures
Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops position, 33:60-1, 66-71,
76-81
See also above Courts and legislatures

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

Pepin-Robarts task force position, 35:48

Petro-Canada, affecting, 4: 141

Priorities, 6:28-30

Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan position, 32:l20,

132, 141-2

Public opinion polls, Canada West Foundation, etc., 13:37-40
Quebec position, 27:23-4

Radio, television, 8:33; 12:9

Rémillard position, 35:47

Saskatchewan, 1228-12, 20; 13:31

Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 33:179

Trudeau Oct. 22/80 remarks, 27:10-1

See also Air transport; Charter of rights-—“Reasonab1e limits”;

Legal rights4lnterprcter; Native people

Littlechild, Mr. Willy (Legal Counsel, Indian Association ofA1bcrta)
Constitution of Canada, 31:64, 69-70, 73, 85-6

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

Lucier, Senator Paul (Yukon)

Amending procedure, 52:98-9

Charter of rights, 3221; 12:69-70; 29:33-4

Children’s rights, 21:46-7

Conferences, 14:41; 41:56-8; 51:13-4, 26

Constitution of 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; 39:12; 41:55-8; 48:30-1; 49:32-3; 51:13-4, 26, 59;
52:89, 98-9

Council of the provinces, Yukon and N,W.T., affecting, 33:122-3

Mobility rights, 12:70~l; 39:12

Native rights, 3:32; 18:19-20; 221149-50; 27:103-4; 33:120-2

Northwest Territories, 12:68-70

Point of order, questioning of witnesses, time limit, 52:89

References, 12:71

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

Lupul, Mr, Manoly (Director, Institute of Ukrainian Studies,
Ukrainian Canadian Committee)
Constitution of Canada, 14:53-71

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

MacDonald, Dr. Clarke (Senior Secretary»-Office of Church in
Society, United Church of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 29:78-93

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA ‘ 29

MacDonald, Hon. David (The Canadian Connection) Mackasey, Hon. Bryce .
Constitution of Canada, 32:55-7, 64-5, 71-4 “Everyone”, 43:52- 44:25
MacDonald, Hon. Flora (PC~Kingston and the Islands) ;:’::£fhDs/gi’ €2,421-:;:;’,‘c2:s:6§§§;3:i47.9′ 184.5; 3421133552‘
Constitution of Canada, 9:62-7, 132-5; 21:24-6 Fl,ecd0’m ofassocialion’) 43;7,_2
Macdougall, Father Angus (General Secretary, Ontario Conference of F|“¢.€d<_)fl1V0lC0HSCi_0nC_€, 12156
catholic Bishops) Jurisdictions, P1’OVl11Cla1, 4:116-7; 34:43-S
Constitution of Canada, 33:74, 86 1<mg,Mr.,rcfcrences.56:33-6 _ , , _ Language ofinstruetion, 10:40-2; 14:67-8; 21:18-9; 23:26-8; MacGu1gan, Hon. Mark, see Br1ta1n—-Legislation, Thatcher 43399401 government; Disabled and 11andicapped—Non-discrimination Life insurance miss) 3393.9 “EMS Linguistic and cultural rights, 3:59-60; 6:38 7:69-70; 11:19; 12:25; Mackmy’ Hm BM, (L,,_L,,,c,,,,,) 13:51; 2 9-21, 67: 3041-3; 32:139-41; 34:1 14, I/13:37:28-9; Abortion, 29_;14; 43:48 M0gf;;f;;f£t2s=3§é472_ 3 Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund, :2:139 Multiculluralishjy 26528; 2921369 Alberta New Democratic Party, 33:132 . . Amending procedure, 3:57-8; 4:41-4, 73-5; 5:21-2; 1/1:110-1; 17:54; Nag‘é°9%g1;35’Z%7:94’5i18324122:l44″6127:l09’”‘ ‘5O’1:3l:52’4* 27:17-9; 28:47-9; 29:58; 30:40; 32:27, 59-60, 72; 34:78, 114, ‘ ; I _ 142_6’ 171, 353224; 36364; 33,246; 39:18; 40,204; 41:31_2_ Natural resources, 8:22; 32:138-9; 332185-7; 38.33-4, 101-5 117-9: 51:81-7, 91-3, 109-12 Newfolundland-laabrador, 53:46 Britain, 35:24; 37:18; 48:56-7; 50:34-5, 55-6 N°Ti‘d1SC|‘llHlnall0n rights, 29:12 Nystrom, Mr., references, 8:28 British North America Act, 34:44-6 , _ _ Casg,-am’ Sm-lam]. Therese’ mfcrences, 2334 Organization meeting, 1:30-1, 44-5, 48, 55, 65-8, 87-8; 2: 1 2-6 Charter of rights, 5:18-22; 12:55; 13:18; 14:66: 24:38, 51; 26:50-1; Pa,mat1°n» 34143-4 29:12-3; 30:40; 32:24-6; 34:78-9, 145; 35:75-6; 49:52-3 Points Ofordcr _ _ , ‘ _ Ch,-(align, M“ refc,-gnccs) 40:5 Amdts., opposition presentation to Committee, 41 :91; 42:15, 22 commmcc Documents, 50:27-8 Appending to minutes and evidence, 33:1 1 1-3 Tabling, M. (Mr. Beam’). 3:41-3 Documents, briefs, advertising for, M, (Mr. Irwin), and requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:30-1, 44-5 McGrath privilege, 45:17, 22-4 Meetings, scheduling, 36:6-9 Members remarks, 271123-4 Membership, 3:47 Deadline, 9:23-5, 32-7 Members, 35:82 Proceedings, broadcasting, 1:48, 55 Proceedings, procedural delays, 9:102 Reconimendatioits, 31:91 Sitting, 10:29-30 Statistics, 23:49 Travel, 1:87-8 Witnesses, 1:30-1, 44-5; 9:121; 12:90-5; 14:124-5; 23:47-50, 70-1; Ministers, availability to Committee, 4:98. 102-4 27;47;2g;54.7; 29:57; 29;135.5;32;5s.9;34;5.7 Procedural matters, agenda and procedure subcommittee referral, Confederation, 35:21 M8 214-6 Conferences, 32:25, 58; 34:78 Proceedings, postponing. 47:1 1-2 Constitution of Canada, 1:30-1, 44-5, 48, 55, 65-8, 87-8; 2:12-6, Proceedings. radio and TV broadcasting. M- (Mr. E1111), 1248, 55 33-5; 3:20-1, 37, 41-3, 47, 57-60; 4:41-4, 73-5, 98-9, 102-4, Questioning ofwitnesses, 3:20-1; 292119-20; 35:30; 50:68 116-7, 141; 5:18-22; 6:7, 37-40; 7:48, 66-70, 85; 8:20-4, 28, 38; Reports to both Houses, draft consideration, in camera meetings, 9:23-5, 32-7, 102, 121-3, 139, 152; 10:29-30, 39-42; 11:16-9; M. (Mr. S. Robinson), 56:57-8 12:25, 55-6, 90-5, 125, 133-5; 13:17-9,51; 14:63-5, 108-11, Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:87-8 124-5;17:7-11, 53-6, 63, 94-6; 18:32-5; 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; 27:16-21, 47, 66-8, 109-11, 123-4, M., 2:16 150-1; 28:47-9, 54-7; 29:12-4, 57-9, 77, 119-21, 135-42; Scheduling, 33:52-3, 56-7 30:39-43: 31:52-41, 82, 88-93; 32:21, 24-7, 57-62, 71-5, 138-41; Statements, 33.101 33 4-8, 52-3, 56-7, 81-3, 98-101, 111-3, 132, 147-50, 183-7; Witnesses/meetings/report deadline, M. (Senator Austin), 34 43-6, 77-80, 113-5, 142-7, 170-1; 35:21-5, 30,45, 74-6, 23:46-9, 70-1 82; 6-9, 35-8; 37:17-8, 28-9; 38:23-7, 33-4, 101-5; 39:18: 40:5, Process, 32:58-62, 71-5 20- 1:16, 31-2, 81-3, 91, 113-20; 42:15, 22, 45; 43:18-21, 31, Progressive Conservative Party, 54:1 18-2] 48, 52-3, 71-2; 44:9-11, 25, 31; 45113-4, 17-8, 22-4; 46:72-3, Property rights, 44:10-1 114-5; 47:1 1-2; 48:51-7, 61, 67-9, 99-101; 49:52~3; 50:27~8, 34-6, Public opinion polls, 3:37, 41-3; 38:23 55-6, 68, 87; 51:49, 81-7, 91-3, 105, 109-12; 52:36-41, 55, 83-4, Quebec, 2:34-5; 3:58-9; 6:38-40; 7:66-7; 10:40-1; 11:16-9; 14:67-8; 99-100; 53:43, 46, 54-5; 54:93, 118-21, 128-30; 56:30, 33-6, 57-8 17:53-4; 29:59; 341114; 52:36-41, 83 Constitutional assembly, 32:26; 33:25-7 References, 2:35; 21:19; 54:128-9 Consultations, 7:67-9; 30:39-40 See also Charter ofrights——“Reas0nab1e1imits”; Convention/precedence, 34:44 Comn-11ttee——Travel-—Witnesses; Native people——Canadian Denominational/independent schools, 19:21-3; 29:77; 33:81-3 rights; Patriation——Delaying; Public opinion polls; Deportation, 46:72-3 Resolution——An1dts., Progressive Conservative; Unilateral Disabled and handicapped, 39:18 action—-Federal position, Committee Economic union, 8:21-2 Resolution to Queen, 31:91-3; 34:77: 41:1 13-6; 43:20-1 Energy policy, 33:148-50 Senate, 36:38; 41:82-3; 52:100 Epp, Mr., references, 23:46; 31:53 Sexual orientation, 24:39-41; 32:24 Equalization, 8:24 Unilateral action, 6:40; 34:145-7 Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues 30 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA Mackasey, Hon. Bryce—Conz. War Measures Act, 41:16 Western provinces, l2:133 Women, 29:13 MacKay, Hon. Elmer (PC-—-Central Nova) Constitution of Canada, 17:43-4 MacLean, Hon. Angus J. (Premier, Prince Edward Island) Constitution of Canada, 14:71-116 Maequarrie, Senator Heath (Hillsborough) Constitution of Canada, 14:84-6 Madahhee, Mr. Patrick (President, Union of Ontario Indians) Constitution of Canada, 31:21-8, 41 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 of Commerce) Constitution of Canada, 27:45, 51-3, 58, 63-4, 69, 73 Maldoff, Mr. Eric (President, Council of Quebec Minorities) Constitution of Canada, 8:30-2, 37-43, 46-53 Malépart, Mr. Jean-Claude (L-Ste.-Marie) Constitution of Canada, 6:41, 45-7 Quebec, languages policy, 6:45-7 References, see Language of instruction Malichi, Mr. Marek (Canadian Polish Congress) Constitution of Canada, 9:108-20 Maloney, Mr. Peter (Member ofthe Executive Committee, Canadian Association of Lesbians and Gay Men) Constitution of Canada, 24:23, 26-9, 35-41 Manitoba Green, Sid (provincial cabinet minister), see Resolu’tion——Federal position Languages policy, see Linguistic and cultural rights—Courts and legislatures, Quebec Legislature, bills in French, 10:38 See also Denominational/independent schools; Language of instruction; Linguistic and cultural rights—Courts and legislatures; Native people—~Land claims; Official languages minorities-—Francophones outside Que. Manitoba Act, (523), courts and legislatures, see Linguistic and cultural rights-—Courts and legislatures Manly, Mr. Jim (NDP——Cowichan-Malahat-The Islands) Constitution of Canada, 3:67-70; 27:93-5, 13$-8; 28:17-9; 31:17; 32:90-3; 33:17, 20, 153-4, 168-71; 3-4:164-7; 38:16-21; 48:46-7; 49:96-8 Native rights, 3:67-70; 27:93-5, 117-8, 135-8; 28:17-9; 31:17; 32:90-3; 33:17, 20, 169-71; 341164-7; 38:16-21; 48:46-7; 49:96-8 Natural resources, pricing, 33:168-9 Property rights, 33:153-4, 169 Marceau, Justice Louis, see Air transport Marital status, non-discrimination rights, 48:20, 31-2 Market Information Research Company, see Process Marketing boards, see Mobility rights Mason, Mr. James (Union of Ontario Indians) Constitution of Canada, 31:21-2 Matas, Mr. David (Chairman, Constitutional and International Law Section, Canadian Bar Association) Constitution of Canada, 15:16-20, 25 Mate, Bishop Martin (Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador, Denominational Education Committees ofNewfoundland) Constitution of Canada, 35:53-4 Maternity benefits, see Women~Non-discrimination rights McBride commission (1980), see Press/media—1nternational Commission McCain, Mr. Fred (PC—Carleton-Charlotte) Constitution of Canada, 11:43-4; 19:80-2 McCall, Mr. S. (Co-Chairman, Positive Action Committee) Constitution of Canada, 7:55-8, 61-74 McCormick, Dr. Peter (Canada West Foundation) Constitution of Canada, l2:l03~6 McCt-eary, Ms. M. (Co-Chairman, N.D.P. Constitution Committee, Alberta New Democratic Party) Constitution of Canada, 33:l08 McDonald, Ms. Lynn (President, National Action Committee on the Status of Women) Constitution of Canada, 9:57-75 McGill University, see Q1tebec——Languagt: policy, Bill 101 McGrath, Hon. James A. (PC—~St.Jo11n’s East), Abortion, 22:34-7; 29:47-8; 332634; 43:46, 49-52; 49:13-4, 24-6 Amending procedure, 3:11-4; 9:86-7; 19:69-70; 27:65, 100; 32:75; 34:83; 36:23-4; 51:111, 119-20; 52:32-6; 53:38 Austin, Senator, references, 50:67 Britain, 30:31-4; 35:29-30; 38:9-10; 48:57-9; 50:42-5, 55-6 Charter ofrights, 3:14-5;-1:84-7;12:126-7; 13:21; 14:12-4; 15:27-8; 21:26-7; 27:64; 29:25-8; 33:63; 3421546; 50:46-7 Chi1dren’s rights, 21:33-5 Chrétien, Mr., references, 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, 1:36-7; 7:42-3; 12:91-3, 96-7; 23:50-1; 32:50- Constitution ofCanada, 1:36-7, 51-2, 66, 79; 2:12; 3:7-15 32-5, 84-7, 97, 105; 7:38, 42-3; 8:28-9; 9:32, 54, 75 ‘ 10:18-20;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’ 23:37-9, 48-52, 75-7, 0; 26:9; 27:28, 1 -1 oo .5-. >1
so
>‘

6 -7, 104,42:11, 14, 42-3, 4 20-3
-8, 101-4, 108-10, 118, 23, 4 5-6,
30,48, 52, 58-61,
83, 86-7; 48:27-9, 37
, 68-9, 79, 84; 50: 8.

80-2, 88-92; 54:34-5, 47; 56112-9, 36,41, 9-6
Consultations, 332151; 38:8
Convention/precedence, 14:l01-3; 15:24-5; 17:52-3; 30:31-4;

34:38-41, 83-4; 35:26
Deaf, 47:86-7

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 3]

McGrath, Hon. James A.—Conz.

Denominational/independent schools, 19:9-12; 33:65; 34:l56
Disabled and handicapped, 10:18-20
Equalization, 17:52; 49268-9, 79
Freedom of association, 43:76
Freedom of conscience, 14:13
Freedom of information, 43:10], 108-10
God, 42:42-3
Japanese Canadians, 13:20
Joyal, Mr., references, 50:86-7
Jurisdictions, 48:27-8
Language of instruction, 41:43-4
Legal rights, 14:12-5; 461130-1; 47:32-3
Mineral resources, offshore, 4:32-5; 41:44-5, 48-50; S3:80~2, 88-92;
54234-5
Mobility rights, 27:65-6; 33:l52; 46:82-3
Native rights, 27:l00-2
Newfoundland-I.abrador, 3:12-4; 4:32-5; :84-5; 34280-1; 35:59-62;
38:55-8, 64-6; 41:45-6; 48:12 9; 5323 49; 54:47
Non-discrimination rights, 39:18-9
Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops, 33:61-2
Organization meeting, 1:36-7, 51-2, 66, 79; 2:12
Points of order
Amdts., circulating in advance, 53:36
Decorutn, 51:45-6; 52:86-7
Divisions, recorded, 43:78
Documents, appending, M., 35:59
Documents, appending to minutes and evidence, M., 412104
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. lr\vin), and
requesting \vitncsses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:36-7
Members remarks, 271121-4
Members, substitution, 43:22-3
Ministers, 4297; 40:6-7; 42:11; 46:59-6l;48:1 19
Motions, substantive, 7:38
Order of reference, 56:12-5
Points of order, Member of Parliament not member of committee,
50:86
Privilege. 45:13-4, 23,29
Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Bpp), 1:51-2,
66
Questioning of witnesses, 3:7-10
Time limit, 50:67-8
Reports to both Houses, time allocation, 56:59-60
Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:79
Votes, recorded, requesting, 56:17
Witnesses
Appearance before Committee, 7:42-3: 12:91-3, 96-7
Hearing immediately, 13:19-20
Schedu1ing,33:55-6
Witnesses/meetings/report deadline, M. (Senator Austin),
23:49-52
Premiers, consensus, 19:69-70
Privy Council memo, 19:71
Process, 32:52-3, 74-5; 33:28-32
Progressive Conservative Party, constitution position, 56:18-9
Property rights, 4:87; 45:9-14
Public opinion polls, 3:37: 38:7, 11
Quebec, sovereignty association referendum, 38:12
References, see Mineral resources-—-Offshore jurisdiction,
Newfoundland; Ne\vfoundland-Labrador—Terms of Union
(1949)
Resolution to Queen, 34:42, 82; 42:14; 43:20
Search and seizure, 46:10:’)-7
Statute of Westminster (1931), 50:45-6
Unilateral action, 141101-Z; 15:23-6; 19:71; 34:37-41, 154; 35:26-8;
36:22-4; 37210-4; 41:66-7; 50:47
Western provinces, 122124-5

McKenzie, Mr. Wayne (Executive Director. Association of Métis and
Non-Status Indians of Saskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada, 22:13?-41

McKillop, Mr. Duncan (Chairman of Task Force on Constitutional
Change, Alberta Chamber of Commerce)
Constitution of Canada, 27:37-44, 52-65, 71-3

McLean, Mr. Walter (PC-Waterloo)
Constitution of Canada, 17:98-9; 22:69-71

McLeod, Mr. Roderick (Assistant Deputy Attorney General of
Ontario, Canadian Association of Crown Counsels)
Constitution of Canada, 14:6, 9-11, 14-6, 20-9

McMillan, Mr. Thomas (1″C-~–Hillsborough)
Constitution of Canada, l4:96~7

McPhee, Mr. Don (Executive Director, Coalition for the Protection of
Human Life)
Constitution of Canada, 22224-6, 43, 49

Mekae, Mr. Paul E. (L–—Thunder Bay-Atikokan)
Constitution of Canada, 49:53; 50:76-8; 54:33-5

MeRuer commission, see Charter of rights

Medjuck, Ms. Pamela (Member, National Steering Committee,
National Association of Women and the Law)
Constitution of Canada, 22:55-60

Memlters of Parliament
Householder mailings, see King—References
See also Committee—Proceedings—-Witnesses

Mennonite Central Committee (Canada), see
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted;
Resolution

Mentally retarded, see Disabled and handicapped

Mercer, Mr. Robert (National Managing Director, Canadian
National Institute for the Blind)
Constitution of Canada, 25:4-5

Mercure, Mr. Paul (President, Canadian Association for the Mentally
Retarded)
Constitution of Canada, 10:6-8, 13-20

Mercury, Mr. J.A. (Executive Secretary, National Black Coalition of

Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 22:11-2, 17-8

Midanik, Mr. .18. (Past President, Canadian Civil Liberties
Association)
Constitution of Canada, 7:24-6

Milen, Mr. Rob (Legal Counsel, Association of Métis and Non-Status
Indians of Saskatchewan) .
Constitution of Canada, 22:14]-8, 152

Mineral resources
Offshorejurisdiction, 30:47-9

Atlantic, 53:88-92

British Columbia, 41:50-1

Federal position, 53:86-92

New Democratic Party position, 53:72, 93-7

Newfoundland, 4:32-3, 37-8; 9:82-3, 87-8, 98-9; 30:47-8; 41:44-5,

48-50; 54:34-5
McGrath proposal, 54:76-80
Progressive Conservative position, 53281-4, 89
Provincial control, exploitation by multinational corporations,
54:33-4

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32 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Mineral resources—Cont.
Offshore jurisdiction—Cont.
Saskatchewan, 30:24

Mitchell, Mrs. Margaret (NDP~Vancouvt-:r East)
Constitution of Canada, 17:70-3, 96, 102; 29:40-4, 154-6

Mobility rights
Employmentand residence, 8:6; 17:46-7: 19228-9, 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, 8:124, 18; 14231-2,
35, 45-6, 48; 18214-5, 28-9, 34; 26:6-7; 46:75-8, 87-91, 100-]

Citizenship, relationship, 46:84-5

Francoplioncs, 38:89-90

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

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

Native people, 12:60-1, 66-7, 70-1, 74; 17:18, 85; 27:86; 433121-7;

46:91-4, 99-101

Newfoundland, 9:78; 46:82-4

Nova Scotia, 17:46; 46:82

Passports, affecting, 46:74

Poor/disadvantaged, affecting, 29:22-4

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

“Province“, including N.W.T., 46:84

Provincial barriers, 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; 29:149.

154-8; 46:78-82
Union shops, affecting, 46:97-8
Yukon, 3:31-2; 16:1 1-2; 18:28-9, 36; 39:12-31
See also above Alaska Highway
See also Language of 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

Molgat-Maccuigan committee, see Constitution committee (1972)

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

Monarchy, 53:65~6

Abolishing, 34:62-3, 154-5
Lapicrre position, 4266-7; 3182; 53157-9, 62
Native rights, affecting, 31. -8, 82-3: 34:63-4, 154

See also Nativc rights—Treaties

Chrétien position, 53:59-65

Progressive Conservative position, 4l:l02: 53:56-65

Role, 4:45-6

Trudeau position, 53:64

See also Charter of rights; National unity–~-Symbols

Moore, Mr. Kermot (Algonquin Council)
Constitution of Canada, 31:10-5

Mormons, see Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

Muir, Senator 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, 292129, 132, 140-1

9:127, 134-5, 138-9, 143-4; 32:14

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S
.£>.
5
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Multiculturalism–Cont.

Entrenching, 9:104-9, 112-3, 116-9; 14:55-6, 62-5, 70-1; 21:8-9:
22111-5, 75, 78-83, 87-8, 92-4, 98; 23:21, 29; 26:40-1, 45-8, 52-5;
29:52-3, 59-60, 63, 123, 141-2; 30:15; 34:97; 50:10]

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

New Democratic Party position, 48:8: 50:14-9
Progressive Conservative position, 41:l00

Federal policy, 9:103, 106, 117-8; 14254-6, 63; 22:85; 26:52; 28:27;
293122-3, 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

Municipalities, 927-20
See a1.ro Federation of Canadian Municipalities: Mobility rights

Munro, Mr. Donald (PC—Esquima1t~Saanich)
Amending procedure, 38:112~3
Britain, legislation enabling Canadian constitutional amdt., 41:63-6;
56:31-3

Capital punishment, 14:25-6

Charter of rights, 13:23; 14:24

Constitution ofCanada, 13:22-3; 14:24-6, 40; 38:112-3: 39:4-7;

41:50-1, 61-6, 90; 48:126; 50:10, 16; 54:74, 79, 102-10; 55:24;
56:31-3

Federal-provincial relations, 41:61-2

Fisheries, 54:74

Governor General, 54: 1 06-8

Japanese Canadians, 13:22-3

Mineral resources, offshore, 41:50-1

Multiculturalism, 50:10

Native rights, 54:102-3

Natural resources, 39:47; 54:79

Resolution to Queen, 50:16

Murawsky, Mrs. Karen (Past Vice President, Alliance for Life)
Constitution of Canada, 29:36-42, 45

Murray, Senator Lowell (Grenville-Carleton)
Constitution of Canada, 382107-8, 111

National Action Committee on the Status of Women, see Charter of
rights—“Reasonable limits”; Committee—Proeeedings,
Procedural delays; Consultations; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted; Resolution

National Anti-Poverty Organization, see Charter of rights;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

National Association ol‘Japauese Canadians, see
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

National Association of Women and the Law, see Non-discrimination
rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

National Black Coalition of Canada, see Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted

National Congress of Italian-Canadians (Quebec region), see Charter
of rights; Language of instruction: Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted; Unilateral action

National Energy Board, see Natural resources——l3roadbent proposal

National Indian Brotherhood, we Amending procedure—Referendum;
Britain—Parliamcnt; Committee—-Witnesses; Native rights;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted:
Patriation

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

T1;

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 33

National unity
“Canada”, 42:37-8, 45; 43:20-1
Symbols, monarchy, flag, etc., 27:9, 22, 28; 34:18, 44
See also Language of instruction

Native Council ofCanada, see Organizations/individuals appearing
and briefs submitted

Native people
Affirmative action programs, 12:77-8; 18:34; 222131, 139-40, 148-9;
27:86
Assimilation, 17:14; 28:17, 83; 32:83-4
Britain, relationship, appearances before committees, etc., 17:76-7,
111, 117; 31:50-1
British North America Act provisions, 34: 164-5
Canadian rights/special rights, Mackasey remarks, 18:32-3
Constitutional reform, participation, 17:71-2, 108, 115, 130; 18:15;
2§:141,147;27:79-83,111-2;29:35,99-100,103;31:7,10,16,
2 , 49
Funding, 17:84, 98-9, 108, 126; 271113
See also Federal-provincial conferences
Cultural evolution, I-lawkcs remarks, 32:88
Defining, “natives”, “Indians”, etc., 17:74-5, 132-3; 272103;
31:26-31; 32:84
Discrimination, 22:133-4, 139, 145; 26:25; 27:84-5; 28:13; 29:98;
31:69; 32:81
Economic/social problems, 26:27, 32; 29:1 17; 32285-6
Education, 31:9
Employment, rec Mobility rights—Employment and residence
Federal government jurisdiction, 17:87-90; 27:92; 31:26, 29, 88;
32:89-91; 34:165-6
First Nations declaration (Dee. 2/80), 29:96
Historical background, 22:l29-31; 31:8, 11-3
Indians
Algonquin tribe, 31:6-10, 18-9, 21
Anishinabek, 31:22-33, 40-1
British Columbia, 26:12-3, 24-5
See also below Land claims
Caughnawaga reserve, see Native rights——Expropriation
Chiefs, electing/appointing, 31:65
Citizenship rights, 31:27
“Disadvantaged group”, 272136
Land claims
“Aboriginal title”, 26:13-22, 26, 33; 27:129-30, 133-7, 142,
145-9
Scttlement/compensation, 31:17, 60-2; 34:166
British Columbia, Calder ease, 26:10, 13-7, 27-8; 31:88;
32:93-4
James Bay and Northern Quebec, 25:8, 12, 16-9, 26
Provinces administering, 28:97-8
Yukon, negotiations/settlement, 18:7-15, 18, 20, 31-3, 36-7
Land ownership concept, 28:5, 8-10, 17; 31:18
Micmacs (N.S.), 32:80], 85, 95
Natural resources ownership concept, 28:5; 292116
New Brunswick, 32:77-9, 90
Nishga tribe, 26:11-2, 30-1; 27:99
Nuu-Chah-Nulth council, 272144
Population, statistics, 31:18
Quebec, antcriority concept, 28:18
Quebec association of Indian nations, 28:20
Reserves, 34:36-7
Saskatchewan, 292116-8
Stoney Indians tribe, 29:98
Treaties, 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 also above Anishinabek; Native rights

Native peop1e—Conz.
1ndians~Com.

Women, married to 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; 22:71-2; 272101-3, 112-8; 28:23;-19:49-51

See also Natural resources; Yukon Territory

Inuit, eireumpolar conferences, 17:21-2
Land claims,14:31-6;16:24-6; 17:19; 18:36; 26:29-30; 27:lO3-4;
33:38; 41 :60

British Columbia, 18:35-6; 38:17-8

Manitoba, 38:18

Temagami land caution, 31:12

See also above Indians and see alro 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; 26:32-3; 271149-51; 28:6, 17-8; 29:126; 31216; 33:. . -6

Métis,non-status1ndians,22:131-5, 138-9, 147-52

Land claims, 222127, 134-8, 150

Royal Commission, appointing, 22: 147, 150-1

Self-government, land base, 222135-7, 142

Representation in legislatures, 16:21, 26-7; 17:11-3; 27:105; 28:14-5;
29:100; 31:13
See also Committee–~–Members; Yukon Territory
Self-government, 16:12-3, 20-3, 29; 17:21-2, 73, 118-20, 130-1;
22:132; 26:22-4, 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 Con1″ederation”,2 .77, 94

“Nation”, 17:67-8,125;27:76;29:1l1-2;31:28-9,62

“Representative government”, establishing, 31:15

See also above Métis

Voting, Diefenbaker role, 49:99

Women, 17:65, 84

See also above Indians

See also A1berta——Scparatism; Amending procedure;
Committee——Witnesses; Consultations Democratic rights;
Duality; Legal rights; Mobility rights– mployment and
residence; Multiculturalism; Northwest 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; 28A21-57; 29A:19-26; 33:126-
38:66-7; 46:93-6; 49:90-5

“Aboriginal rights”, 16:15, 24; 17:16, 60, 113-4, 125, 129-31; 18:11,
20, 29,33;22:132,139, 143; 7:52, 95, 108-12, 149; 28:7, 21;
31:39, 54, 84-8; 32:77-8, 93-4: 33:36-7, 46-7; 38:20-1; 46294-62
49:95-101,

Agreement on part of native groups, 52:1 15-6

Alberta New Democratic Party position, 33:104. 115-6, 119-22

Amending after patriation, provincial consent, etc, 16:13-6, 20;
17:10,1-4-7,69,110,114-5,129-30;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; 51:83-4

Anglican Church of Canada position, 33:11-2, 17-21, 32-8, 41-4, 47

Association oflroquois and Allied Indians position, 31:43-5

Association of Métis and Non-Status Indians of Saskatchewan
position, 223141

Atlantic provinces, 32:94-8

Attikamek-Montagnais Council position, 28:1 1-2

Band membership, affecting, 17289-90; 18226

Berger, Thomas, position, 28:6-8

Bill C-60 of 30th Parliament, 26:35-6; 27:99, 132, 135

Blakcney position, 30:16, 56-7; 31:36-8, 63-4

Britain position, 17:1 14

Canadian Bar Association position, 15:9; 26:17

Canadian Jewish Congress position, 7:98

Chreticn position, 50:15-6, 82

Churches position, 29:80-1, 87

Collective/individual, 31:30, 35

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34 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Native rights—Cont:

Common law tradition, 27:142

Council for Yukon Indians 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

Defining, 17:8, 80-1; 18:14, 19-20; 22:l4S-6; 27:133; 28:25-6; 31:70;
33:17-8, 41-4; 38:68-9; 49:97

Excluding, consequences, 31:51-2

Expropriation of land at Caughnawaga reserve, 4:12-4

Federal leaders position, 27:79

Federal position, 3:32-4, 84; 26:18-9; 27:99; 33:19; 36:18; 38:17-21;
49:83-5

Briefing material on Canada’s native people and the constitution,
3:69-70

Federation of Canadian Municipalities position, 9:17

Hatfield position, 17:1 10, 120; 19:50

Indian Association of Alberta position, 29:103

Indian rights protection office, establishing, 292115; 31:69, 74, 86-7

Liberal Party position, 27:96-7

Métis, non-status Indians, 172123-4

National Indian Brotherhood position, 27286-9, 93; 32:92

Native Women’s Association position, 17:64-5

Negotiations, 26:34-5; 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/N.B., 38:16

Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops position, 33:59, 71, 87

Pepin-Robarts task force position, 26:17-8

Premiers position, 30:16; 33:37-8

Privy Council memo, 17:1 10-1; 18:25

Progressive Conservative position, 412100; 49:87-9; 5421256; 55:12

Public support, 31:48

Red paper (1970), 29:97-9

Reference to courts, 17:1 16-7

Royal Proclamation (1763) and other documents, 16:5-7, 19, 28;
17216-7, 111, 120-1, 126-8; 18:38; Z2:143-4; 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:1-3

Russell tribunal report on the rights of the Indians ofthe Americas,
28A:1-57; 31:49, 84

Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 332162, 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, 109-1 1, 118-23, 127-8;
1819-10: 2:127; 26:7-8, 14-8, 21-2, 25, 32; 26A:10-5; 27284-5,
96, 107-8, 127-8, 131-2; 28:15-6, 26-7; 29:53, 127; 30:16-7, 56;
31:20, 30-1, 35-6, 59, 62; 32:85; 34:75-7, 165

Jurisdictions, affecting, 28:137-8

The first Canadians: Indian government and the Canadian
confederation, 29: 107- l 3; 3 1:87

Treaties, Crown agreements, transferring to Canada, legal status,
etc., 31:32, 46, 56, 64; 32:82, 87, 90; 34:62-5, 164

Treaties, transbourndaries obligations, 34:65-6

“Treaty federalism”, 32282-4, 92

Trudeau position. 3:67-9; 31:20, 59-60; 33:20, 28, 44; 36:34; 37:27;
50:74; 51:80 –

Oct. 30/80 letter, 16:7-8, 29; 17:7-9, 17-9, 110, 125-6; 18:9, 25;
27:85, 128

Union of Ontario Indians position, 31:38-9

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; 332116
See also Amending procedure——Provinces——Referendum; Federal-
provincial conferences; Monarchy——Abolishing; Non-
discrimination rights~—Equa1ity before the law; Property rights

Native Women’s Association of Canada
Native groups, relationship, 17:70-1
See also Native rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submitted

Natural resources, jurisdiction
Alberta New Democratic Party position, 331103, 109- 10
See also below Taxation (indirect)
Blakeney position, 30:9-10; 38:93-5, 101-6
Broadbent proposal, 7:105; 53:71-97; 54:80-90
Blakeney position, comparing, 54:18
British Columbia, effects, 54:36-41
Consultations, provinces, 39:9-10
Federal position, 4:107; 36:21, 35; 38194-5; 39:4-9; 53:77-80, 85-6;
54:27
Fisheries, effect on federal jurisdiction, 54:38-43, 52, 57-62, 70-6
Chrétien position, 54:60-2
Hydro resources excluded, 9:82
National Energy Board, affecting, 54:45
Primary production, affecting, 54:63-4
Procedural difficulties, Epp remarks, 38:29-34, 102-5
Progressive Conservative position, 54:69, 87-90
Saskatchewan potash, affecting, 54:27-8, 41-2
Clark government position, 53:84
Electricity, provincial jurisdiction, 54:29-30, 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 power in Nildi, 2:46-7; 9:80-1; 53:44, 49; 54243-8
See also above Broadbent
Indian lands, 54:20-1
Jurisdiction, 54:20-2
“Natural”, Austin amdt., 56:9-11
“Ownership”, 54:18-20, 49-53, 56-7, 62-3, 83, 86
British Columbia, 54:28-9
Private, 54:20-3, 32-3
See a1.ro Native people——1ndians
Pricing, Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 332158, 166-9, 175,
185-8
“Primary”, 30:47
Progressive Conservative position, 38:28
Protecting, 24:87-90, 96-7
Saskatchewan, 30:9-10; 32:109-10
See also below Taxation; Trade ‘
Taxation, 32:111-2
Gas, export tax, NDP position,.34:110
Indirect, 32:l02-3, 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, 54:54-8
Saskatchewan, 32:l24-5
Wealth tax, establishing, 32:111, 116-8,122-3, 135-6, 139, 145-6
Trade, concurrent jurisdiction with federal paramountcy, 8:15;
30:26, 41-2, 48; 33:103. 109-10; 34:111~2; 38:l06-7; 39:7-8;
53:72, 75, 79-80. 87-8; 54:19-20, 33, 64, 89
Saskatchewan, 30:24, 35-6; 53182-4; 54120, 32, 51-2, 83-5
See also above Broadbent proposal
Trudeau position, 38:28-9
Unilateral action. consulting western provinces, 37:11-2

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 35

Natural resources, jurisdiction—Cont.
Western provinces, alienation, affecting, 32:137-8, 145; 54:18, 64-8,
80-2, 87
See also 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, 15:5-20, 24-5

New Brunswick
Government, see Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted; Resolution
See also Linguistic and cultural rights; Native people—Indians;
Official languages minoritics—Francophoncs outside Que.;
Resolution

New Brunswick Human Rights Commission, see
Committee—~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
conferences-——Represcntalion; Jurisdietions——Provincial; Language
of instruction; Legal rights; Liberal Party; Linguistic and cultural
rigl\ts—~Courts and legislatures; Mineral resources——Offshore
jurisdiction: Mu1ticulturalism—Entrcnching; Native rights;
Natural resources-«Taxation, Gas; Non-discrimination rights;
Privacy; Quebec; Resolution; Scott; Sexual equality; Sexual
orientation; Small business

New Horizons Program, see Health and Welfare Department

Newfoundland-Labrador
Confederation referendum (1949), 52:33-4, 46-8
Denominational education system, 2:39-40; 3:13-
19:9-10, 19; 29:72-3; 35:50-55, 61-74; 35A:
412124-5; 48:l27-30; 53:40, 47
Progressive Conservative position, 4l:101
Hydro electric power, see Natural resources
Quebec boundary, 2:39-40; 3:12-3, 71-4; 9:94; 53:38-49
Terms of union (1949), 2:38; 9:77-9, 91-2; 34:80-3; 38:58-66;
41:45-7; 53:37
Amending procedure, affecting, 9:85-6; 34:84; 35:55-60, 65-6, 71,
75-6
Chrétien position, 9:85; 37:14-5
McGrath position, 48:126. 130-1
Statute of Westminster, effect of unilateral amdt,, 4:32-6
See also Amending procedure; Economy; Language of instruction;
Mineral resources~Offsliorejurisdiction; Mobility
rights—-Employment and residence; Resolution; Unilateral
action-Provinces

9:77-8, 95-6;
; 38:55-6;

Nicholas, Mr. Graydon (Chairman of the Board, Union of New
Brunswick Indians)
Constitution of Canada, 32:76-80, 90-4, 99

Nickerson, Mr. Dave (PC——Western Arctic)
Constitution of Canada, 12:62-4, 87-8; 14:46-8

Nielsen, I-Ion. Erik (PC–Yukon)
Constitution ofCanada, 12:79-81; 14:33-6, 50-1; 18:10-4, 34-5; 26:8
Mobility rights, 14:35; 18:34
Native people, 14:34; 18:11, 35-6
Provinces, entry in Confederation, 14:33-4

Nielsen, I-Ion. Eri1t—Cont,
Yukon, 14:33; 18:35

Nigh, Mr._Ross (Vice Chairman, Mennonite Central Committee
(Canada))
Constitution of Canada, 12:45-48

Nisliga Tribal Council, see Native rights; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted

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:l10; 32:13, 20-1; 34:153;
39:24-5

Berger, Thomas, position, 13:11

Categories, retricting, 29212-4, 53; 32:17

C1-irétien position, 36:14-5; 48:33-4 (

Courts interpreting, 22:55-8, 64-8

Denominational/independent schools. affecting, 29:66; 33:71-3,
85-6; 39:18-9

“Discrimination”, 9:135; 22:18-9, 59, 118; 33:93-5; 48:20

Enacting, moratorium (3 years), 22:62, 66-9; 25:13-4, 17-8

“Equality”, 36:13-4

Equality before the law, 7:13-4, 22-3; 9:58-9, 67-9, 72, 110, 113,
124-8,134-42;1l:37-40:13:41-3; 1528-9, 19; l7:61,85-6; 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, affecting, 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; 24:57-8

Historical background, 20:5-6, 21; 2 8-9

Human rights commissions role, 20: , 10-6, 22-3

Identifiable philosophica1/educational/cultural groups, right to
exclude others, 29:67, 74-5

“In particular”, 41:17-24

National Association of Women and the Law position, 22:59-60

New Democratic Party position, 47:89-92; 48:17-34

Non-white/visible minorities, 32:32-44

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
equality; Sexual orientation; Women

Norman, Mr. Ken (Chief Commissioner, Saskatchewan Human
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; 16:9-10; 17:21-4

Drury report, 12:79-80

Government, see Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted

Legislative Assembly, native people participation, 12:589. 65, 81

Natural resources,jurisdiction. 12:69-70, 74-5

Provincial status, 12262-4, 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———Emp1oyment, “Province”

Notley, Mr. Grant (Leader, Alberta New Democratic Party)
Constitution of Canada, 33:101-8, 115-32

Nottaway, Ms. Lena (Algonquin Council)
Constitution of Canada, 31:6-7

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36 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Nova Scotia

Government, ree Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted

See also Amending procedure; Charter of rights; Equalization;
Linguistic and cultural rights; Mobility rigttts—Employment
and residence; Native people~-Indians, Micmacs; Resolution

Nowlan, Mr. Patrick (l’C—Annapo1is Valley-Hants)
Constitution ofCanada, 17256-7

Nowosad, Mr. John (President, Ukrainian Canadian Committee)
Constitution of Canada, 14:52-3

Nungak, Mr. Zcbedee(1nuit Committee on National Issues)
Constitution of Canada, 16127

Nurgitz, Senator Natlum (Winnipeg North)
Constitution of Canada, 43:87-8

Nuu-Clia1i~Nult1i Tribal Council, we Committee—Witncsses; Native
people———Indians; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted

Nye, Ms. Linda Ryan (Canadian Committee on Learning
Opportunities for Women)
Constitution of Canada, 24:62-4. 71-2, 75-80

Nystrom, Mr. Lorne (NDP–—-Yorkton-Melville)

Abortion, 43:49-51

Advertising, 4:131-2; 41:67-71

Affirmative action, 8:19-20

Alberta government constitution paper, 332112

Alberta, separatism, 1:80

Amending procedure, 4:14-8, 87-91, 128-32; 7:64, 110; 9:89-92;

14:87-9:17:35-8:27:24‘ 0:23: 32:57, 1251332119-20; 34:25-7,
138-42; 35:20; 36:27-9; 38:98-9; 40:16-23: 41:72-3, 110-2:
51:70-3,110-1,115-23;52:11-5,23,109-11,124-5,128-30;
53:19-20, 25-32
Britain, legislation enabling Canadian constitutional amdt., 50:31-3;
55:10-1 ‘

Britain, Parliament, select committee, 50:56-7

Charter of rights, 7:106-9; 24:1 1-4; 27:22; 35:72: 42:31; 49:45-52

Chretieu, Mr., references, 40:4

Committee

Deadline, 7:39-40; 8:27-8; 9:29-32; 17:62
Proceedings, broadcasting, 1:50-1
Quorum, 1:93; 2:14-5
Sittings, 23:32
Staff/members, congratulatory remarks, 35:80-2
Travel, 1:80
Witnesses, 3:50-1: 7:39-40; 12:93-5; 141121-4: 16:30; 23:32-3, 44,
72, 77; 28:52-5

Conferences, 2128; 51:17-8

Constitution of Canada, 1:14, 27-8, 50-1, 80-1,93-5: 2:14-5, 26-31;
3:19-20, 42-3, 50-1; 4:14-8, 23, 31, 53, 87-91, 128-3 ‘ 420-5, 41;
7:39-40, 50, 61-6, 106-10; 8:15-20, 27-8, 38, 49; 9:29-32, 50,
87-92,114-22: 10:5, 37-9; 11:19-22;12:15-7, 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; 19:13-6, 56-60; 22215-8, 45,
99,146-8;23:32, 42-6, 71-3, 77-8; 24:11-4, 70-2, 96-7; 28:39-42,
52, 55;29:119-20:30:22-6; 31:5-6;32:54-7, 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: 36:5-7, Z6-34; 37:31-.3, 41-2; 38:33, 98-9;
39: .40:4, 16-23: 41:67-73, 90, 109-13: 42:5, 8-9, 12-6, 23,
29-33; 43:21-3, 27, 36-8, 49-51, 72-3, 76-8, 104, 121-3,126-7;
44:5, 20-4, 29-32; 45:8, 36~7; 46215-6, 71; 47:12-3, 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; 50:19-Z0, 30-3, 56-7; 51:17-8, 70-3.
110-1,114-23;52:11-5, 23, 88, 93-9,109-11,124-5,128-30;

Nystrom, Mr. Lorne—Cant.

Constitution of Canada-—-Cont.
53:19-20, 25-36, 55, 58, 78; 54125-6, 41-6, 52, 59, 69-70, 78-9:
551911‘, 56:10, 21-2
Constitutional assembly, 412109-10
Consultations, 35:19
Denominationa1/independent SCl100lS, 19:13-6
Disabled and handicapped, 36:30-2
Education, 24:70-2
Energy policy, 34:l09-11
Equalization. 8:16-8; 9:88; 49:69, 74-5, 81-2
“Everyone”, 24:11-2
Freedom of conscience, 12:52-3
Japanese Canadians, 42:33
Jurisdictions, provincial, 432104
Ku Klux Klan, 22:15-7; 24:13
Labour unions, 43:72-3
Language of instruction, 6:23; 7:646; 9:1 15-7; 11:20-1; 22:99:
48969. 102, 106-7, 112-4
Linguistic and cultural rights, 2:26-30; 4:23; 6121-5; 7261-2; 10:37-9;
13:49; 19:56-60; 27:21-3; 28:41-2; 33:65-7; 37:31-3, 41-2;
48:66-7, 83-4
Mineral resources, offsltore, 9:87-8; 54:78-9
Mobility rights, 8:18; 9:90; 432122-3, 126-7
Multiculturalism, 50:19-20
Native rights, 9:120; 18:37-8; 222146-8; 322148; 33:32~6; 36:32-4;
49:83, 99-100
Natural resources, 8:15-6; 24:96-7; 30:24-6; 322122-4; 34:1 11-2;
39:7-8; 54:41-6, 52, 69-70; 5 .10

New Democratic Party, constitution position, 56:21-2
Non-discrimination rights, 22:18
Official languages minorities, 12:15-6; 13:36, 49
Official languages policy, Saskatchewan, 12:16-7
Oil industry, 34:109
Organization meeting, 1:14, 27-8, 50-1, 801, 93-5; 2:14-5
Points of order

Agenda and procedure subcommittee, 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, amdt., M., 1:27-8

Documents, tabling, M. (Mr. Beam’). 3:42-3

Meetings, scheduling, 36:5-7

Member of House not committee metnber, participation in

committee proceedings, 6:41

Members, substitution, 43:23; 54:25-6

Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:50-1

Questioning of witnesses, 3:19-20; 8:19; 31:5-6

Relevancy rule, 42:29
Time expired, recalling at further date, 291119-20

Quorum, official opposition, including, M. (Mr. Beatty), 1:93

Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:80

Witnesses ‘

Appearance before Committee, 7:39-40
Experts, requesting, M., 12:93-5
Invitation by political party, implied affiliation, 33:16 ’
Statements, 33:10]
Witnesses/meetings/report dealine, M. (Senator Austin),
23:32-3, 42-4, 72-3, 77
Amdt., 23:45-6

Pornography/hate literature, 24:13
Press/media, 24:11-3
Privy Council Office, memorandum, 2:31
Process, 32:54-6, 72
Property rights, 44:20-4; 45:36-7
Public opinion polls, 42-3 :31; 27:22-3
Quebec, 11:20; 13:36; 2 0-1; 35:18

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 37

Nystrom, Mr. I:orne—ConI.
References, 8:28
See also Amending procedure—~Referendum; Linguistic and
cultural rig1its——CourIs and 1egis1atures~—Libera1 position;
Reso1ution—-Clause by clause study
Resolution to Queen, 7:62-3; 9:31; 23:42, 45; 341112; 36:26-7; 38:33;
41:90; 42:5, 8-9, 12-6; 44:29-31; 46:15-6; 50:30-1

Scott, Rev. Edward W., references, 33:16

Senate, 52:93-9

Sexual equality, 43:31-2, 36-7

Supreme Court, 34:23-4

Unilateral action, 28:39-40; 34:24; 35:72-4

Unilateral declaration olindependence, 2:30-1

War Measures Act, 43:36; 49:58-9

Western provinces, 12:1 12-3; 332117-9

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 of Canada, 26:31-4, 42-6; 27:32-3; 29:139-42, 159-60

Official Languages Act, ree Linguistic and cultural rights

Official languages minorities
Assimilation, 6:14-5; 11:15; 12:24-5; 13:33, 45-51
Francophones outside Que., 6:31-2; 22:87
Anglophones in Que., comparison, 12:10, 15-6; 13:36, 50-1
British Columbia, 6:17
17ranco-Manitobans, assimilation, 10:41
See also Sociéte’ franco~manitobaine
New Brunswick, 6:1 1-2
Ontario, 6:11~2, 8:48
See also Linguistic and cultural rights
Saskatchewan, 12:8, 15; 30:42-3, 51; 32:l40-1
See also Language of instruction; Linguistic and cultural rights
See also Consultations; Language of instruction; Linguistic and
cultural rights
See also Quebec-—Anglophones

Official languages policy/bilingualism

Bilingual districts, absence, 6:12, 3.2-3

Charterofrights, prot ‘ting, 14:82

Enforcement, 13:42: 2 .29

Progress, 6:10, 17-8; 48:66-8

Radio and television programs, 29:137

Service to public, 6:12; 10:26, 44; 12:16-9

See also Linguistic and cultural rights–—Governmcnt—1-Iealth

See also Language of instruction; Multiculturalism

Official Secrets Act, see Charter of rights

Ogle, Mr. Bob (NDP-—-Saskatchewan East)
Constitution of Canada, 25:28-9; 29:85-8; 42:39

Oil and oil products, pricing, see Natural resources-—-Pricing
Oil industry, revenue distribution, 32:1-37

Ontario
Northern Ontario, 54:34-5
Wells, T. (provincial cabinet minister), see Amending procedure
See also Language of instruction—“Where numbers warrant”;
Official languages minorities~—Franecphones ouside Que.

Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops

Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops position, relationship,
33:61 -2

See also Abortion; Denominational/independent schools; Linguistic
and cultural rights; Native rights; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted

Opeltokew, Ms. Delia (Legal Counsel, Federation of Saskatchewan
Indians)
Constitution of Canada, 29:107-10; 31:72, 86-7

Orders of reference
Broadcasting ofcommittee proceedings, 6:3-4
Committee establishment, 1:3-5
Report deadline, Feb. 6/81, 18:4-5
Report deadline, Feb. 13/81, 53:4

Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted
Advisory Council on the Status of Women, 9:123-52
Afro-Asian Foundation of Canada, 32:29-44
Aird, Professor P:L., 24:83~4, 87-96
Alberta Chamber of Commerce, 27:35-74
Alberta New Democratic Party, 33:101-11, 115-32
Algonquin Council, 31:5-21
Alliance for Life, 29:36-50
Anglican Church of Canada, 33:6-S0
Association canadienne-francaise dc l‘Ontario, 8:30-53
Association culturelle franco-canadienne de la Saskatchewan,

12:7-26
Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians, 31:43-57
Association of Métis and Non-Status Indians of Saskatchewan,
22:129-53 _

Attikamek-Montagnais Council, 28:4-29;28A:1-57

British Columbia Civil Liberties Association, 22:103-29
Business Council on National Issues, 33:133-54

Campaign Life—-Canada, 34:116-30

Canada West Foundation, 12:97-136

Canadian Abortion Rights Action League, 24:98-118
Canadian Association for the Mentally Retarded, 10:4-20
Canadian Association for the Prevention of Crime, 24:42-59
Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, 14:6-29

Canadian Association of Crown Counscls, 14:6-29

Canadian Association of Lesbians and Gay Men. 24:22-42
Canadian Association of Social Workers, 292146-61
Canadian Bar Association, 15:4-31

Canadian Bar Association—Newfoundland Branch, 9:76-101
Canadian Catholic Schools Trustees’ Association, 19:6-24
Canadian Chamber of Commerce, 8:4-29

Canadian Citizenship Federation, 29:50-65

Canadian Civil Liberties Association, 7:7-32

Canadian Committee on Learning Opportunities for Women,

24:60-82

Canadian Connection, 32:46-76

Canadian Consultative Council on Multiculturalism, 292122-46
Canadian Council on Children and Youth, 21:27-52; 26A:1-9
Canadian Council on Social Development, 19:25-46
Canadian Federation of Civil Liberties and Human Rights

Associations, 21:5-27

Canadian Human Rights Commission, 5:5-28; 5A:1-4
Canadian Jewish Congress, 7:80-113

Canadian Life Insurance Association, 33:87-99

Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 25:4-20

Canadian Polish Congress, 9:102-23

Canadians for Canada, 34:100-15

Canadians for One Canada, 27:7-34

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 29:7-18

Club Media of Canada, 24:7-22

Coalition for the Protection of Human Life, 22:24-49

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

38 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs…——CoIzl.
Coalition of Provincial Organizations for the Handicapped,
12:26-44

Cohen, Mr, Max, 34:56-100

Commissioner o{Officia1 Languages, 6:10-47

Council for Yukon Indians, 18:7-38

Council of National Ethnocultural Organizations of Canada,

22:73-102
Council of Quebec Minorities, 8:30-53
Denominational Education Committees of Newfoundland, 35:50-77;
35A:1-18

Federation ofCanadian Municipalities, 9:7-25

Federation of Independent Schools in Canada, 29:66-78
Federation of Saskatchewan Indians, 29:93-122; 29A:l9-26;

31:57-95

German-Canadian Committee on the Constitution, 26:36-58
Indian Association of Alberta, 29:93-122; 31:57-95

Indian Rights for Indian Women. 17:83-103

Inuit Committee on National Issues, 16:4-30; 17:7-24; 17A:l-3
La Federation des Francophones Hors Quebec Inc., 13:26-52
La Forest, Professor Gerard V,, 34:6-31, 34-7, 40-55

Love, Professor D.V., 24:82-7, 91-2, 96-7

Mennonite Central Committee (Canada), 12:44-56
National Action Committee on the Status of Women, 9:57-75
National Anti-Poverty Organization, 29:18-36; 29A:1-11
National Association oflapanese Canadians, 13:5-25
National Association of Women and the Law, 22:50-73
National Black Coalition of Canada, 22:7-24

National Congress of Italian-Canadians (Quebec region), 2317-29
National Indian Brotlierltood, 27:75-118

Native Council of Canada, 171105-33

Native Womcn’s Association of Canada, 17:63-81

New Brunswick Government, 19:46-85

New Brunswick Human Rights Commission, 11:27-45
Nisliga Tribal Council, 26:10-36; 26A:l0-5

Northwest Territories Government, 12:57-88

Nova Scotia Government, 17:26-62

Nuu-Chah-Nulth Tribal Council, 27:126-53

Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops, 33:58-86

Positive Action Committee, 7:51-80

Prince Edward Island Government, 14:71-116

Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan, 321100-48
Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal, 11:6-26
Public Interest Advocacy Centre, 29:18-36; 29A:1-11
Rémillard, Professor Gil, 35:4-25, 28-49

Russell, Professor Peter, 34:131-72

Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, 20:5-27
Saskatchewan Government, 30:4-60

Scott, The Most. Reverend Edward W., 33:6-50

Social Credit Party of Alberta, 33:l55-89

Soeieté franeo-manitobaine, 10:20-45

Ukrainian Canadian Committee, 14:52-71

Union Nationale Party, 28:29-51

Union of New Brunswick Indians, 32:76-80, 89-94, 99
Union of Nova Scotia Indians, 32:80-9, 92-9

Union of Ontario Indians, 31:21-42

United Church of Canada, 29:78-93; 29A:12-8

Vancouver Peop1e’s Law Sc1ioolSociety,32:5~29

World Federalists of Canada, 25:20-9

Yukon Government, 14:30-52; 26:5-8

Paiemcnt, Mr. René-Marie (Assistant Director General, La
Fédération des Francophones Hors Québee Inc.)
Constittttion of Canada, 13:46-7

Paisley, Mr. Victor Chairman, Civil Liberties Section, Canadian Bar
Association)
Constitution of Canada, 15:18-23

Parekli, Mr. Navin (First Vice President, Council of National
Ethnocultural Organizations of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 22:80—1

Parliament

“Parliament”/“Government of Canada”, 2:33
Primacy of House of Commons, 41:77

“Session“, 38:84-7

Supremacy doctrine, 35:19

See also Abortion; Capital punishment; Charter of
rights-—Courts—-“Reasonable limits”

Parole Board, 47:67-8
Parti Québécois, rec Cominittee——Witnesses
Passports, rce Mobility rights~—F,mp1oyment and residence

Paterson, Mr. Alex (Co-Chairman, Positive Action Committee)
Constitution of Canada, 7:51-5, 59-64, 75-9

Patriation, 56:39-40

Chrétien position, 38:8

Cohen position, 34:79-80

Consensus, 28:45-6

Delaying, Mackasey remarks, 34:143-4

Divisive, Trudeau Dec. 28/80 remarks, 322101-2

Failure ofpast attempts, 2:20-2, 38; 14:105; 19:40; 34:lt)9, 135;

35:80; 38:10-1; 39:20-1; 40:10-4; 41:79-82
Diefcnbaker 1961 remarks, 30:34-5
LaForest position, 34:18
Limiting to amending formula/unanimity, 17:33-4,60; 22:11.5;
27:11, 36, 53-4; 34:132. 144-5, 162; 35:9

National Indian Brotlierhood position, 28:81-2

Public attitude, 31:47-9

“Repatriation”. 14:84-5; 17:88-9

Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 33:l63

Symbolic importance, 34:22

See also Process—–Public input

Patronage, see Senate

Patterson, Dr. L.P. (Chairman, Constitution Committee, Protestant
School Board of Greater Montreal)
Constitution of Canada, 11:14-6, 25-6

Pearson, the late Rt. Hon. L.B., see Federa1ism——Co-operative

Pearson, Hon. C.W. (Government Leader, Yukon Government)
Constitution of Canada, 14:30-52; 26:5-8

Peekford, Hon. A.B. (Premier of Newfoundland), position, 2:39-40
See also Amending procedure—Referendum

Pelrine, Ms. Eleonor Wright (Honorary Director, Canadian Abortion
Rights Action League)
Constitution of Canada, 24:98-9, 105-16

Penetanguisliene, Ont., see I3ducation——Official languages

Penitentiaries
Inmates, complaint to U.N. re treatment, 47:68-9
See also Amending proeedure——Referendum, Voting

Penney, Archbishop A.L. (Chairman, Denominational Education
Committees of Newfoundland)
Constitution of Canada, 35:50—3, 61-2, 71-3, 76-7

Pennington, Mr. Ed (Board Member, 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 (Vice President, Advisory Council on the Status of
Women)
Constitution of Canada, 9:123-4, 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 J., see Committee—1.)eadline-
Witnesses

Peters, Mr. Gordon (Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians)
Constitution of Canada, 31:47-8

Peters, Yvonne (Member, I-Executive Committee, Coalition of
Provincial Organizations for the Handicapped)
Constitution of Canada, 12:36, 40

Petro-Canada, see Linguistic and cultural rights

Petten, Senator William J. (Bonavista)
Constitution of 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-Aggamaway, Mrs. Marlene (President, Native Women’s
Association of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 17:63-81

Pigeon, I-Ion. Mr. Justice Louis-Philippe, see Unilateral action
Pinard, I-Ion. Yvon, see Committee-Dead1ine—Proceedings

Plourde, Archbishop J. Aurele (Vice President, Ontario Conference of
Catholic Bishops) ‘
Constitution of Canada, 33:61-2, 66-9, 76-7, 82-3

Political beliefs, non-discrimination rights, 20:20; 22:118, 126; 29:53,
62-3; 32:21; 48:21-30

Pornography/hate literature, 9:113-4; 24:9, 13; 26:48-9; 43:64

Porter, Ms. Jill (Member of Executive, National Action Committee
on the Status of Women)
Constitution of Canada, 9:57-8

Positive Action Committee, ree Amending procedure——Referendum;
Language of instruction; Linguistic and cultural rights—Courts
and legislatures; Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted

Post Office Department, mail opening, see Royal Canadian Mounted
Police

Poverty, non-discrimination rights, 29:21-2; 32:11, 22

Powderface, Mr. Sykes (Vice President, National Indian
Brotherhood)
Constitution of Canada, 27:78-86

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;
Hatfield; Lyon; Native rights; Peckford; Property rights;
Resolution

Press/media, 9: 140
Coverage of constitutional issue, 50:52
Freedom ofspeech, 3:78-9; 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 (McBride commission) 1980 report, 24:17-8, 21
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 24:9-10, 17
See also “Everyone”
See alra Federal position

Prettyyoungman, Mr. Lee (Chief of Blackfoot Reserve, Indian
Association of Alberta)
Constitution of Canada, 31:58-60

Prince Edward Island

Government, see Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted

Land use regulations, 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; 24:26-7, 37; 43:56-8; 46:62-70: 48:21
New Democratic Party position, 43:61
See also Abortion

Privilege, see Procedure and decisions of the Chair

Privy Council Office
Memorandum, Aug. 30/80 (Kirby), 2:31, 36; 12:13(,x’; 14:107; 15:24:
l9:7l:23:51;34:9l :
See also Britain—-Legislation, Supreme Court; Native rights

Procedure and decisions of the Chair
Adjournment, M. (Mr. Epp). 56:50~1, negatived on division
Adjournment, M. (Mr. 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), 1:12-9, agreed to, 6-7
And quorum, amdt. (Mr.1-Epp), 1:13-9, agreed to, 6-7
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. Beatty), 1:18-9, agreed to, 7
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 1:14, 18, withdrawn, 6

Observers. 4:55

Reports, first, M. (Mr. Lapierre), 2:19-20, agreed to; second, M.
(Senator Goldenberg), 3:6, agreed to; third, M. (Miss
Campbell), 5:5, agreed to; fourth, M. (Mr. Mackasc)/)1 6:7,
agreed to; fifth, (Nov. 21/80), 10:5, agreed to; fifth (Jan.
14/81), 37:5-6, agreed 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; eighth, 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; 48:35-9;
53:35-6

Federal position, parliamentary secretary answering question,
31291

French version, withdrawing, 47:40-1

Members intervention on clause by clause study, 46:18-9

Opposition presentation to committee, 41:88-92; 42:11-5, 19-22

Order of consideration, 43:38; 48:22, 60-2

Procedure, 1:21-3; 48:18, 27-31, 51-3

Read by 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.
Amdts.«Com.
Tabling, time limit, 54:58-60
Written notice, dispensing, 44:6
Chairman, ruling on questions of legality, not permitted, 1:53
Clauses, standing, 42:23
Decorum, use of proper title, 50:41, 58; 51:44-6, 49-50; 52:86-8;
56:29
Divisions, recorded, 43:77-9
Documents
Appending to minutes and evidence, 3:77; 5:10-1; 26:4; 28:3;
29:19; 33:1 11-3
M. (Mr. Corbin), 33:1 13, agreed to
M. (Mr. Epp), 17:21, agreed to
M. (Mr. Epp), 33:1 13, agreed to
M. (Mr. McGrath), 35:59
M. (Mr. McGrath), 412104, agreed to
Briefs, availability to public/press, ll:5—6
Distribution, 22:142; 29:l07
French version, dispensing with reading, 43:62, 79
References, acceptability if tabling ncgatived, 50:27-8
Documents, briefs, advertising for submissions, deadline, M. (M.
Irwin), 1:25-7
And requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Irwin), 1:45-6, agreed to, 7
And requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:27-45,
withdrawn by unanimous consent, 7
Documents,tab1ing, 14:34
M. (Mr. Beatty), 3:39-46, ncgatived on recorded division, 4-5
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 3:39-46, agreed to, 4
Election of Joint Chairmen, Ms. (Senator Goldenberg; Mr. Irwin),
1:10, agreed to
In camera meetings
Transcript, ordered destroyed, 57:100
See also below Reports to both Houses
Meetings
Adjourning, 29:94-5
Funeral of Rt. Hon. Jules Leger, 12:44; 14:30, 51
Co-chairmen, attendance, 28:56
Disturbance from floor, 12:136-7
Extending hours, 30:59
Punctuality, 32:5
Schedule, printed notice, distribution, 1:22-5
Scheduling, 6:7-9
Additional, 15:30
Agenda and procedure subcommittee referral, 36:5-9
Vote, simple majority, 46:56-7
Seating, etc., acceptability, 1:67; 2:18
While constitutional discussions being held, 32:44-6
Member of House not committee member, participation in
committee proceedings, 3:86; 6:41
ineligible to vote or move motions, 1:19-23
Members
Addressing remarks through Chair, 32:74, 143
Official record not updated, registration with Whip sufficient to
maintain eligibility, 1:15-6 –
Partisanship, 29:40
Remarks
Correcting, 34:7-8
Reflecting on incorrect position of opposition party, 27:97, 100,
103-5,119-25
Study of resolution, adhering to, 14:41-2
Substitutes, status, 42:21-2:43:21-5,99-100:5-1:23-6
Voting, 42:42
Membership
Name removed without consultation, 3:47, 52

Procedure and decisions of the Chair-—Com.

Ministers

Absence, substittttc witnesses, 40:6-7

Availability to committee, 4:97-104

Interventions permitted during Committee proceedings, 42:18-9

Questioning, 46:57-61

Length of answers, 482119

Representative speaking for whole cabinet, 42:9-10
Minutes and evidence, distribution time, 3:50; 5:5-6
Motion similar to 1 previously defeated, not in order, 1:74-6
Motions

Mover present during debate, 54:17

Presenting in French and English, 47:16-8

Split vote, 43:66, 92-3

Standing, 43235-7, 51

Substantive, dealt with in plenary session, 7:38
Order of reference, beyond scope, 56:12-5
Order of 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 of minutes and evidence, M. (Mr. Irwin),

1:11-2, agreed to
Privilege, government commitment not upheld, matter dealt with
only by House, 45:13-33
M. (Mr, McGrath) for referral, 45:20-33, ncgatived on recorded
division, 4-5
Procedural matters, agenda and procedure subcommittee referral,
M. (Mr. Mackasey), 2:14-6, agreed to, 4
Procedural questions, reference to steering committee, 7:42, 48-9
Proceedings, postponing while House considers questions of
privilege, M. (Mr. Fraser), 47:10-21, withdrawn, 4

Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, 1:28, 32: 31:5

Authorization, House responsible, 1:71, 74-6, 86-7

M. (Mr. Epp), 1:48-66, ncgatived on recorded division, 7-8

Amdt. (Mr. Beatty), 1:55, agreed to, 7

Senate consultation, necessity, 1:56-7 .

Television lighting and temperature discomforts, 1:63-5
Questionning of witnesses

Adjournment, interrupting, 3:9-10

Relevancy, 41:70-1; 42:28-30; 47:15; 49:32; 52:39: 54:70, 86;

55110-1, 23

Rotation by party, 3:7-11, 18-21; 927: 36:39; 42:10-1

Supplementary questions, 31:83-4; 37:47; 4 25-6; 41:60-I

Time allocation, government members sharing, 3:8-11;8:18-9

Time expired, recalling at future date, 291119-21

Time limit, 13:25-6; 17:50; 22:44-5, 129; 25:14; 271100; 31:5

61:33:50 1‘ 34:35, 42; 35:29-30; 37:17-8; 49:32-3; 50:66-
5l:59; 5 89-90; 54:31
1 question only, 15:27; 35:44
Quorum, official opposition, including, M. (Mr. Beatty), 1:91-7;
2:7-11, ncgatived on recorded division, 3

Amdt. (Mr. Bcatty), 1:97-8, agreed to, 9

Report, interim, order of reference omitting, committee ceasing to
exist, 1:56-7, 71-4

Reports to both Houses

Draft consideration

Circulating report, 56:58-9
In camera meetings, 56:52-3
M. (Mr. S. Robinson), 56:52-8, negatived on recorded
division, 7
Staff, including, 56:60-1
Time allocation, 56:59-60
Members, eligibility to participate, 56:58

Joint chairman report, ordcrcd, 57:100
Rulings, Speaker‘s rulings and statements, precedence, 1:72-3
Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:78-91, ncgatived on recorded division, 8-9
Votes, recorded, requesting, 56:17

6
9;

Note: See page I for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 41

Procedure and decisions of the Chair—~Cont.
Witnesses
Appearance before Committee
Experts, requesting, M. (Mr. Epp), 12:89-92, withdrawn, 94
Experts, requesting, M. (Mr. Nystrom), 12:93-7, ncgatived on
recorded division, 6
Guidelines, 1:21; 2:16-7
Invitation by political party, implied affiliation. 33. 5-6. 51-2
M. (Mr. Lapierre), 4:104-5, negatived on recorded d1ViSi0l1, 4
Requestingjustice minister appearance, M. (Mr. Mackasey),
‘2: 16, agreed to, 4
See also above Documents, briefs, advertising for
Briefs, see above Documents
Expenses, Committee paying, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:76-7, agreed to
Hearing immediately, 13:19-20
Members of Parliament and Senators appearing, agenda and
procedure subcommittee referral, 1:19, 23-6
Participation in points of order, 3:43-4
Scheduling, 7:32-50; 8:24-9; 9:25-57, 101-2, 111-2, 120-3:
32158-9; 33:52-7
Statements, latitude in subjects discussed, 33:100-1
Witnesses/meetings/report deadline, M. (Senator Austin),
23:31-40, 63-6, 78-80, agreed to as amended on recorded
division, 6
Amdt. (Mr. Beatty), 23:57, 63, 75, ncgatived on division, 5-6
Amdt. (Mr. Epp)
Part (a), 23:41, 73, ncgatived on division, 5
Part (b), 23:41, 74, ncgatived on division. 5
Part (c), 23:41, 75, ncgatived on division, 5
Part (d), 23:41, 75, ncgatived 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. (Mr. S. Robinson), 23:76, not in order, 6

Process of constitutional change, 9:61-2; 222123-4; 33:7-9, 14-5, 21- ,
47-9, 62-3; 35:19; 37:25-6; 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, 34:67-70, 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

Quebec reaction, 7:62-4

Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 33:176

Timetable, effect on economy, 8:5, 10; 9:36, 41

Progressive Conservative Party
Constitution position, 31:93; 32:15-6; 51:79-80, 84-5; 54:1 16;
56:18-21
Broadbent allegations re effect on western alienation, 53:86-7,
96-7
Criticisms, 542118-27
See also Amending procedure-—Vancouvcr consensus (1980);
Charter of rights; Consensus; Natural resources~Broadbent
proposal; Process
See also Abortion; Affirmative action; Amending

procediire—~1nterim—Referendum; Britain-

Legislation; Capital punishment; Charter of rights;
Committee——Proccedings-Witnesses; Deportation; Disabled
and handicapped; Family; Federal-provincial conferences;
Freedom of information; God; House dcbatc—Members
participation; Jurisdictions——Provincial; Language of
instruction; Legal rights—~Evidence; Mineral
resources-Of1‘shorejurisdiction; Monarchy;

Progressive Conservative Party——Com.
Set» aIso»Conz.

Multiculturalism—Entrencliing; Native rights; Natural
resources; Newfoundland-Labrador-Dcnominational education
system; Non-discrimination rights; Quebec;
Resolution–Amdts.; Senate; Unilateral action

Progressive Conservative Party ofSas1tatcl1ewzxn,.ree Amending
procedure; Linguistic and cultural rights;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted;
Resolution

Property rights, 9:64, 113-4; 11:35; 15:9; 27:40-1, 54-5, 66; 49:70

Bill of Rights (1960), 4:87; 41:10-2

Business Council on National Issues position, 332134-5, 144, 153-4
Canadian Bar Association position, 44:26-7

Clirétien position, 37:19-20

Expropriation, “natural justice“/duo process during hearings, 44:7,

19, 25-8; 46:26~7
Family business, 44:8-13: 46:25
Federal position, 14:82-3
OLiberal position, 43:59; 44:7, 15-6, 25; 46217-8, 21-2
Kaplan agreement while acting minister, 4519-27, 32; 46:12, 16-8,
23-5, 28-30; 47:10
Native people, affecting 16:14
Native rights, 50:18-9
¢Ncw Democratic Party position, 43:60-1; 44:18-31; 45:30-1, 36-7;
46:23-5, 28-30
Premiers position, 45:11-2, 34-5; 56:49
Prince Edward Island position, 4:86-7; 14:90; 27:55-6: 44:14, 21:
45:10, 36-7; 46:21-2
‘Progressive Conservative position, 43:56; 44:8-31; 46:21-2; 56:26,
434 ’
See also Amending procedure —Vancouver consensus (1980),
Opting-out

“Property”, 7:105~6; 46:19-21

Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 332169

Tarnopolsky position, 44:27-8

July 1980 draft, clause (9), 44:17-8

See also Search and seizure

Proteau, Mrs. Gillrcrte (President,Socié1é franco-manitobaino)
Constitution of Canada, 10:21~3, 32-4, 44

Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal
Background, 11:7-9
Enrollment, Bill 101 affecting, ctc., 11:8, 23-4
See also Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Provinces
Entry into Confederation, procedure, 14:32-4, 43, 50-1
See also Consultations; Linguistic and cultural rights—CourIs and
legislatures: Premiers

Public Attitude, Z7:8~10; 31:47; 32:l00, 130-1; 5l:l03-4; 56:49
See also Amending procedurevVancouver consensus (1980);
Charter of rights; Constitutional reform; Federal-provincial
conferences——Ottawa, Sept. 8-12/80; Native rights; Public
opinion polls

Public Interest Advocacy Centre, see Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted –

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:] 17-9; 50:81-2
Canadian Unity Information Office polls, 3:34-46; 1 1:6; 23:37, 55-7,
64-5; 25:29; 38:87
Mackasey position, 3:41-3
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 poll, Jan. 14/81, 64% oppose federal position, 38:7, 15, 23,
77; 41:66; 50:46, 59-60: 51:34

See also Abortion; Alberta——Separatlsm; Charter of rights; Federalv
provincial conferences—Ottawa, Sept. 8-12/80; Language of
instruction; Linguistic and cultural rights; Mobility
rig1its—Emp1oyment and residence; Unilateral action

Public Services
“Reasonable quality”, 19:30
See also Social services

Quebec ‘
Anglophoncs, 2:34-5; 3:58-9; 7:58, 66-7; 8:50; 11214-5, 18, 24: 12:10;
13:27; 52:80. 83
See also Education—Olfieial languages policy; Official languages
minoritiesv-Francophones outside Que.
Charter of individual rights and freedoms, 13:41-2
Cultural evolution, 35:16, 40
Election, Apr. 13/81, effect of Liberal victory, 38:25
Immigration, see Language of instruction
Language rights, business corporations insensitivity, 2:34
Languages policy
Bi1l22,1l:8, 12,17
Bill 101, 240-1; 6:38-40, 45-7; 10:31, 40-2: 11:10-2, 16-25; 13:36;
14:61-2, 67-8; 22:88-9, 100-1: 34:108. 114; 481105-6, 116-8
Tliorron case, 42:16
See also Protestant School Board ofGreater Montreal
See also Language of instruction; Linguistic and cultural
rights-—-Courts and legislatures
Laurin (provincial cabinet minister), see Mobility rights
Liberal Party (provincial)
Beige paper, A new Canodionfederation, 2:42; 6:25, 30; 7:66;
35:18, 33
See also Unilateral action
“Nation”, 28:40-1; 35:32-4, 40-1
National Assembly, see Britain——Legislation, Thatcher government;
Unilateral action
New Democratic Party position, 54:127-8
Progressive Conservative position, 542123-5
Solidarity petition, Clark signature, 41;120-2
Sovereignty association, May 20/80 referendum, 23:69-70: 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; 121119-20;
17:53-5; 23:14-5: 33122-3: 3-1:108; 35:16-7, 22-3; 38:11-2;
39:19-23; 40:10—l
See also Linguistic and cultural rights—Courts: Unilateral action
See also Amending procedure—Blakeney proposal——-
Referendum——Toronto formu1a—Vancouver
consensus (l980)——Victoria formula (1971); Charter of rights:
Cornmittee—Witnesses; Jurisdictions—Provincia1; Linguistic
and cultural rights; Native peop1e——lndians: Process; Resolution;
Sexual orientation: Western provinces–Alienation

Racism, European superiority, resolution entrcnching, 32:87-8

Rae, Mr. Bob (NDP——Broadview-Greenwood)
Constitution of Canada, 23:18-21

Referendums, see Amending procedure: Newfoundland-Labrador
Refugees, see Immigration

Regulations
Ministerial review, 49:37-44
See also Charter of rig1tts—Statutes

Reid, Hon. J.M. (L—-Kcnora—Rainy River)
Organization meeting. 1:41-2

Rémillard, Professor Gil (Laval University)
Constitution of Canada. 35:4-25, 28-49
References, rec Amending procedure-—Victoria formula (I971);
Constitutional reform—lmportance; Resolution; Unilateral
action—-Provinces, Statute of Westminster

Report to House, see Committee

Resolution for a joint address to Her Majesty the Queen, 29A:l 2-8
Agreed to as amended, on recorded division, 56:17
Alberta Chamber of Commerce position, 27:36-7
Alberta elected representatives position, 27:47-51
Alberta New Democratic Party position, 332119
Alberta position, 4:118
Amdts.
Federal position, 2:21, 47; 42106-7; 23249; 36:10-21: 39:6-7; 40:33;
43:20; 51:26, 534; 53247-8, 64; 5 . ,24
Chrétien promise re government members vote, 50:20; 51:78;
52:76
introducing, federal position, 30:21; 31:16, 89-93: 32:16, 19;
35:71, 75
Liberal position, 9:36-7; 4429-11
New Democratic Party position, 36:26-7; 41:90-2: 42:5-16, 20;
4 7-30
Crit isms, 47:48
Order of presentation, 42:21-3
Progressive Conservative position, 36:22-4; 38:29-32, 95, 104-5;
41:88-104; 41/\:1-5; 42:36-45; 43:13-21
Justice Department assistance, 41:92-3
M. (Mr. McGrath), 4l:104
Mackasey remarks, 41:1 13-7
Summary, preparing, 43:39
Title, 37:7-9, 12-5
Trudeau position, 41:93; 46:12-6
See also below Recommendations
Barrett positioit, 3:76-7
Canada Act
Agreed to, 55:24
Schedule A
Agreed to as amended, 55:20, 24
Clause 1
Agreed to as amended, 55:19
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 54:1 10, agreed to
Amdt. (Senator Tremblay), 54:1 1 1-33: 55:7-19, ncgatived on
recorded division, 3-5
Clause 2
Agreed to as amended, 55:20
Amdt.. (Mr. Corbin), 55:19-20, agreed to
Clauses agreed to without amdt., 55:20
Preamble, agreed to, 55:20
Title, long, amdt.(Mr.1rwin), 55:20-3, withdrawn by
unanimous consent
Title. short, 55:24, agreed to
Schedule B
Agreed to, 55:24
See also below Constitution Act (l980)—Provincial referral
Canada West Foundation position, 12:99
Canadian Bar Association position, 15:5
Newfoundland branch, 9:87
See also below Drafting
Canadian Federation of Civil Liberties and Human Rights
Associations position, 21:5-6, 9-10
Canadians for One Canada position, 27:12
Church oflesus Christ of Latter Day Saints position, 29:7-8

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 43

Resolution for a joint address to Her Majesty the…—Cont.
Clause by clause study, 23:45, 54-5
Witnesses appearing, 27:90
Nystrom proposal, 23:45, 53-4
C1yne,J.V., position. 14:102. 114-5; 15:24
Committee study, Justice Department officials assisting, 2:21
Constitution Act (1980)
Clause 1
Agreed to as amended. 43:55
Amdt. (Mr. Epp). 42:36-45; 43:13-21, negatived on recorded
division. 4-5
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 42:23-36, agreed to on division, 3
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 43:21-2, 25-37, 54-5, negatived on
division, 6
M. (Mr. Epp) to stand. 43:35-7, agreed to
Clause 2

Amdt. (Mr. Crombic), 43:55-62. negatived on division, 7

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 43:67, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 43:79, agreed to, 8

Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 43:39-55, negatived on recorded

division, 6-7

Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 43:62-6, agreed to
Part (a), 43:66, negatived on division, 7
Part (b), 43:66, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 43:68-79, negatived on recorded

division. 7-8
Clause 3

Agreed to as amended, 43:90

Amdt. (Mr, Corbin), 43:84-90, agreed to on division, 8

Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 43:79-84. negatived on division, 8

Clause 4

Agreed to as amended, 43:10]

Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 43:90, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 43:91-8. 101
Part (a) negatived on recorded division, 10
Part (13) negatived on division, 10
Part (c) negatived on recorded division, 10-1

Clause 5
Agreed to as amended, 43:1 16
Amdt. (Mr. McGrath), 43:101-2, 116, negatived on recorded
division, 11-2
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson). 43:102-16, negatived on
division, 1 1
Clause 6
Agreed to, 46:101
Amdt. (Mr. lttinuar), 43:l21-7,4415-6;46:71-101, negatived
on recorded division, 8
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 432116-20, negatived on division, 12
Clause 7
Agreed to as amended, 46:70-1
Amdt. (Mr. Bcatty). 44:12-31; 46:12-30, negatived on recorded
division. 3-4

M. to stand (Mr. Nystrom), 44:20-31

Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 44:6-12, 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
Part (a), 46:45-55, negatived on recorded division, 4-5:
Part (b), 46:62-70, negatived on recorded division, 6-7

Clause 8

Agreed to as amended, 46:8

Amdt.(Mr.1rwin),46:l0l-9, agreed to
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 46:102-8, negatived on

recorded division, 8-9
Clause 9
Agreed to as amended, 46:124

Resolution for a joint address to Her Majesty the…—ConL
Constitution Act (1980)—Com.
Clause 9——Com.
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 46:l09-24, agreed to
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. Fraser). 46:1 10-24, negatived on
recorded division, 9-10
Clause 10

Agreed to as amended, 47:28

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 462125-7, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr, S. Robinson), 46:l27-35, negatived on recorded

division. 10-1
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 46:l35-7; 47:21-8, negatived on
division
Clause 1 1
Agreed to as amended, 47:73
Amdt. (Mr, Corbin), 47:59-60, 64, agreed to
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 47:60-4, ncgatived on
division, 7

Amdt. (Mr. Epp), 47:57-9, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 47′
Amdt. (Mr, lrwin), 47:
Amdt. (Mr. 1rwin),47:43-4, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 47: 2-3, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. Irwin). 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, negatived on division, 5
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 47:69-73, negatived on division, 7
Clause 12
Agreed to, 47:7
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 47:73-80, negatived on division, 7
Clause 13
Agreed to as amended. 47:83
Amdt. (“ix lrwin), 47:80-3, agreed to on division, 8
Clause 14

Agreed to as amended, 47:88

Amdt. (Mr. McGrath). 47:86-7, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson). 47:83-6, negatived on division, 8

Clause 15
Agreed to as amended. 48:49
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 47:88; 48:35, agreed to
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr, Crombie), 47:90-1, agreed to
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 47:89-92; 48:17-34,
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
Part (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. to amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 48:40, 43-5, negatived on
division, 7
Amdt. (Mr. Manly), 48:46-8, negatived on division, 8
Clause 16
Agreed to as amended. 48:81
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin). 48:60-81, agreed to
Clause 17

Agreed to as amended, 48:81

Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 48:81, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. Corbin). 54:97-8, agreed to by unanimous consent

Clause 18
Agreed to as amended, 48:82
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 48:81-2, agreed to

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44 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Resolution for a joint address to Her Majesty the.,.—~Com. Resolution for a joint address to Her Majesty tlle…~Con1.

Constitution Act (1980)—Co/12.
Clause 19
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 to 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; 52:65-8, withdrawn by
unanimous consent
Clause 23
Agreed to as amended, 482120
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin). 48:94-6, 107-20, agreed to on recorded
division, 14-5
Amdt. to amdi.(Mr.Nystron1), 48:96-107,nega1ived on
recorded division, 14
Clause 24, 49:83-4
Agreed to as amended, 49:95
Arnd1.(Mr. lttinuar), 49:84-95, agreed to on recorded division,
9

M. to add (Mr. lrwin), 481120-5, agreed to
Amdt. (Mr. S, Robinson), 482121, withdrawn

Clause 25, negatived, 50:13

Amdl. (Mr. lrwin), 50:13, agreed to

M. to add (Mr. lrwin), 50:9-12, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. Epp), 50:10-2, withdrawn by unanimous consent

Clause 26, negatived, 50:20

M. to add (Mr. lrwin), 48:12S-6; 50:14, 19-20, agreed to

Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 48:16, 125; 50:14-9, negatived on
division, 4

Clause 27,49:11-2, agreed to

M. to add (Mr. McGrath), 481126, 130-I, agreed to

Amdt. (Senator Petten), 48:127-30, agreed to

Clause 28, 49:27-37, agreed to on division

M. to add (Mr. McGrath), 49:13-26, negatived on recorded

division, 4-5

Clause 29, 49:50-4, agreed to on recorded division, 6

Amdt. (Mr, Nystrom), 49:45-50, negatived on division, 6

M. to add (Mr. 1-lnatysliyn), 49:37-45, negatived on recorded

division, 5-6
Clause 30, M. to add (Mr. S. Robinson), 49:54-6, 59-64, amended
by unanimous consent, 56-9, 63, negatived on division, 8

Clause 31

Agreed to as amended, 49:82

Amdt. (Mr, lrwin), 49:71-81,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), 51:22-30, agreed to, 5

Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. Epp), 51:27-8. agreed to

Amdt. (Senator’1‘remb1ay), 51:11-22, negatived on division, 4
Clause 33. 52:108-13, agreed to on division
Clause 34, 52:1 13, agreed to
Clause 35

Agreed to on division, 521117

Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 52:1 14-5, agreed to
Clause 36

Agreed to as amended, 521117

Amdt. (Mr. 1r\vin), 52:1 16-7, agreed to
Clause 37, agreed to on division, 52:1 17

Constitution Act (l980)—C0m.
Clause 38
Agreed to as amended, 53:19
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 52:] 17-30: 53:17-9, agreed to on recorded
, division, 6
Clause 39, 53:19-20, agreed to on division
Clause 40
Agreed to as amended, 53:27
.AmdL (Mr. lrwin), 53:20-7, agreed to on division
Clause 41
Agreed to as amended, $1:115
Amdt. (Mr, Epp), 5 I 132-43, 50-108, negatived on recorded
division, 8-9 _
Amdt.(Mr.1rwin),51:109-15
Part (ii), agreed to, 51:9
Part (iii), agreed to on division, 51:9-10
Clause 42
Agreed to as amended, 52:60-5
Amdt.(Mr.lrwin),51:123-4
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), 511115-23,negatived on division, 10
Clause 44, 52384-108, negatived on recorded division, 8
Amdt. (Mr, lrwin), 52:69-84, agreed to
Clause 46
Agreed to as amended on division, 53:35
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 53:27-9, 34-5, agreed to on division, 9
Amdt. to amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 53:29-34, negatived on
recorded division, 9
Clause 47
Agreed to as amended, 53:49
Amdt. (Mr. Corbin), 54:98-9, agreed to by unanimous consent
Amd1.(Mr.lrwin), 53:37, agreed to
Clause 48
Agreed to, 53:51
Amdt.(Mr.Epp),53:50,wi1hdrawn by unanimous consent
M. to add (Mr. McGrath), 53:38-49, negatived on recorded
division, [0
Clause 49, agreed to, 53:51
Clause 50
Amdt. (Mr. Epp), 53:55-65, negatived on recorded division, 12
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 53:65-8, agreed to on division
Amdt. (Mr. S. Robinson), 53:51-4, negatived on recorded
division, 1 1
Clause 51
Agreed to as amended, 53:71
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 53:68-71, agreed to
Clause 52
Agreed to as amended, 54:94
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 54:91-4, agreed to
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 to on recorded division, 10
Amdt. (Mr. Fraser), 54:70-6, negatived on recorded division,
10-1
Amdt. (Mr. McGrath), 53:81-4; 54:76-80, negatived on
recorded division, 1 1
Clause 59
Agreed to as amended, 54:96
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 54:95-6, agreed to
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 to Her Majesty the…-Com.
Constitution Act (1980)~~-Cont.
Parts land 111, M. (Mr. Epp), 50:21-2, 25-85, negatived on
recorded division. 7-8
Schedule I. 54:l05-8, agreed to as amended
Amdt. (Mr. Epp). 541103-5, agreed to
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 54:l00-3, agreed to
Technical 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), 56:9-1 1, agreed to
Title, 541109, agreed to as amended
Amdt. (Mr. lrwin), 54:l08-9, agreed to
Davis position, 14:93-S
Divisive, 34:61-2, 77-8, 105-6; 5G:25~6, 30
Drafting, 2:48-50; 4:45-6; 9:68, 80, 88; 14:83-S; 15:21; 2221124;
24:55; 4 34, 85, 109; 47:33-6, 39-43, 65-7; 481101-3; 49:72,
75-6, 96; 50:16; 512113-4: 53:18
Canadian Bar Association recommendations, 15:12-3
See also Charter of righls~“Reasonable limits“: Legal rights
Federal position
Court referral, 54:85-7
Criticisms, 50:49, 73-4
Documents, tabling, 41:47, 51
Electoral mandate lacking, 122109: 35:11, 42-3; 38:10
Green, Sid, position, 38:18, 27 _
Limiting to patriation/amending formula/unanimity, 4:106-7
New Democratic Party support, 39:6
Opposition, 23:35-6; 27:72
Ryan position, comparing, 4:108-9: 38:25
Saskatchewan support, 381101-2
Federal system, affecting, 33:l32; 54:1 148; 56:18-9
Form of final presentation, 56:8
Indian Rights for Indian Women position, 17:84
Inuit Committee on National Issues position, 16:17-8
Legality/legitimacy, 4:49-52; 12:135-6; 142106; 22:16; 27:124. 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; 341102
See also Britain~—Legislation
Main elements, 2:20
Mennonite Central Committee position, 12:53-4
National Action Committee on the Status of Women position,
9157-8, 70, [32
New Brunswick government position, 19:72, 78-9
New Brunswick legislature, submitting to for approval, 19:72-4
New Democratic Party position, 38:75-6; 50:30-1; 56:21-2, 28-30
Beatty remarks, 23:58
See also above Amdts.; Federal position
“Newfound1and”. references, Epp proposal, 54:l03~5
Nova Scotia position, 17:28
Omissions, 54:l05-8
Postponing until court decision, 41:26
Preamble, 10:24; 13:50; 19:27; 2318-9, 11, 23, 29, 42; 29:52, 88, 124;
291132-3, 141-2
Agreed to on division, 56:13-7
Premiers position, Hatfield remarks, 19:63
Presentation to Her Majesty the Queen, M, (Senator Austin),
56:17-49, agreed to on recorded division, 6-7
Prince Edward Island position, 14:75-6, 96
Progressive Conservative Party of Sskatchcwan position, 32:100-l,
1 1 5
Provincial reference to courts
Blakeney position, 30:43
Delaying tactic, 34:88, 91

Resolution for a joint address to Her Majesty the…—ConI.
Provincial reference to courts-»—-Com.
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; 32:17-8;
341106-7, 112-3, 145; 35:81; 41:86-7
Trudeau position, 9:42
See also Charter of rights
Quebec political leaders position, 17:55-6: 28:36
Recommendations re, moving, 56252-3, 58
Rémillard position, 35:9-10
Scott, F.R., position, 23:68~9
Section 42, see Amending procedure—Referendum
Supreme Court reference, 4:95; 142108; 30:44; 34:72, 91-2; 35:27
Subjutlfce convention, 4:51; 17:32; 21:1 1; 23:38-9; 34142-3, 71,
88-9. I04
See also Britain—-Legislation: Native rights
Title, 56:11-5, 21
Agreed to on division, 56:17
Trudeau position, see Amending proccdure4Referendum—-—
Vancouver; Committce—Proceedings; House debate—Members
participation: Linguistic and cultural rights——Courts; Native
rights: Natural resources and see above Amdts.
United Church of Canada position, 29:79-80, 91; 29A:12-8
Vancouver Peop1e’s Law School Society position, 32:25-6
Words for an Address to Her Majesty, 56:17, agreed to on division
Words for a proposed Resolution, 56:17, agreed to on division
Yukon, affecting, 14:44-6
See also Indian Act; Social services

Retirement, compulsory, non-discrimination rights, 4:119-20; 5:1 1-3;
33:92; 34:14‘)-50
See also .lustice—-Judges

Rhéaume, Mr. Gene (Honorary President, Native Council of Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 17:l30

Richardson, Hon. James (National Chairman, Canadians for One
Canada)

Constitution of Canada, 27:7-34

References
Cabinet resignation (October 1976), 27:7-9
See also Amending procedure—Victoria formula (1971); Charter

of rights

Riis, Mr. Nelson (NDP—Kamloops-Shuswap)
Constitution of Canada, 27:50-3

Riley, Mr. Del (President, National Indian Brotherhood)
Constitution of Canada, 27:75-7, 89-114, 118

Rizzuto, Senator Pietro (Repentigny)
Constitution of Canada, 23:13-4
References, see Language of instruction——National Congress of
Italian Canadians

Rjadki, Dr. Edward (Psychiatrist, Campaign Life——Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 34: l 27

Roberts, Hon. John, see Britain~«Legislation, Thatcher government

Roberts, Mr. Stanley (President, Canada West Foundation)
Constitution ofCanada, 12:98-100, 109-23, 129-30, 136

Robertson, Gordon, see Amending procedure—Refercndum
Robinson, Mr. Svend (NDP——B\trnaby)
Abortion, 22:37-40; 241107-9; 46:70-l

Administrative abuses, 37:19~2l
Affirmative action, 48:43-4

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46 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Robinson, Mr. Svend—CanI.

Amending procedure, 3:29-31;4:56-7, 80, 92; 5:14-5; 7:19-20; 13:16;
21:13; 29:61; 39:12-6; 40214-6, 26; 41:74, 85; 51:40-2, 79-80.
99-100, 112-3; 52:10-1, 19-21, 58, 66-8, 84-5: 53:33-5, 51-4

Britain, legislation enabling Canadian constitutional amdt., 50:49

Campbell, Miss Coline, references, 1:83

Charter of rights, 3:27-9; 4:559 86; :14-8; 7:19-22; 9:45; 11:37-8;
14:20-1; 15:17-20; 21:14; 22:115- 23:54; 29:62; 3 19-20, 23;
38 9-40, 46-8; 40:29-30; 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, 43:1 16-8: 46:l22

Committee

Deadline, 4:53-4; 9:44-7

Proceedings, procedural delays, 9:44-6

Sittings, 23:53

Staff, 52:56; 56:62

Travel, 1:83-5

Witnesses, 1:43-4; 7:19: 11:36-7; 14:16; 23:52-5, 76

Constitution of Canada, 1:43-4, 83-5; 3:27-31, 39, 7
92; 14-8; 7:19-22, 38-9, 48;9:44-7, 152; 11:6, 3 – ,43;
13:14-7; 14:16-21; 15:7-20; 17:58-61; 21:13-6, 19, 36-9;
22:37-40, 44, 65-7, 114-8: 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; 38:39-40,
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; 45:20-1, 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; 48:17-23, 32-5, 40, 43-6,
104-6, 121-3, 126: 49:39-42, 53-7l;50:14-9, 48-51, 87; 51122-3,
31, 38, 40-5, 49-50, 79-80, 99-100, 112-3; 52-10-1, 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, 9:152; 14:16

Deaf, 47:84-S

Deportation, 46:1 13-6

Disabled and handicapped, 5:17; 37:21-4; 39:16-7; 49:53-4

Elections, 43:80-6

Emergency, public, 49:55-63

Environment, 49:70-1

Equalization, 49:65-71

“Everyone“, 24:1 10; 43:39-40, 48-9: 44:7, 11-2

Federal position, 50:49

Freedom of conscience, 22:1 17-8

Freedom of information, 43:102-4, 107-8, 114-6

House debate, closure, 1:84

House of Commons, duration, 43:91-2, 97-8

House 0fCommons, staff, 43:75-6

lndian Act, 54:94

Japanese Canadians, 13:15-6

Jurisdictions, provincial, 44:16-9, 28-30

Kaplan, Mr., references, 44:10

Labour unions, 43:68-9, 73-7

Language ofinstruction, 41:41; 481104-6

Legal rights, 4:57-8: 5:18; 7:21-2; 11:38-9; 14:17-9; 15:18-9;
21:14-6; 22:1 17-8 4:48-50; 37:24-5; 41:15-6; 46:30-7, 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, 461124

Linguistic and cultural rights, 37:37-9; 56:60

Mackasey, Mr., references, 21:19

Mobility rights, 46:90-3

Multiculturalism, 50:14-5, 19

Native rights, 11:43; 17:60; 50:17-9; 54:l25-6

New Democratic Party constitution position, 56:29-30

Robinson, Mr. Svend——Cor1t.
Non-discrimination rights, 17:61: 20:66-7; 22:1 18; 32:20-|;4| :21-2;
47:89-92: 48:17-23, 32-5, 40
Organization meeting, 1:43-4, 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, advertising for, M. (Mr: lrwin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:43-4
Documents, tabling, M. (Mr. Beatty), amdt., 3:39
McGrath privilege, 45:20-1, 26-7
Meetings, scheduling, 36:7-8
Members, substitutes, 43:24-5
Ministers, questioning, 46:57-61
Questioning of witnesses, 36:39
Reports to both Houses, draft consideration, in camera meetings,
M., 56:52-4
Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:83-5
Witnesses, appearance before Committee, 7:38-9, 48
Wimesses/meetings/report deadline, M, (Senator Austin),
23:52-6, 80
Amdts., 23:56-7, 73,76
Political beliefs, 29:62; 48:21-2
Press/media, 43:62-6
Privacy, 43:61;46:62-5, 69-70
Progressive Conservative Party, 54:121-7
Property rights, 43:60-1; 44:16-9, 26-30: 461102-7; 50:19; 56:27
Public opinion polls, 11:6; 23:55-7, 65
Quebec, 541123-5, 128
References, 41:1 18-20; 42:42; 52:92-3
See also Amending procedure-~Referendum, Charter of rights;
Committee——Witnesses; Public opinion polls——Canadian
Unity information Office; Senate—-Patronage
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
Senate, 51:42-5, 49-50; 52:85-91
Sexual equality, 22:6 :
Sexual orientation, 2 .32-4; 39:17
Supreme Court, 22:65-6
Tassé, Mr., references, 55:7
War Measures Act, 40:29-30; 41:6-7, 12-3
Women, 4155-6; 5115-6
Writs of assistance, 41:13-4; 462108
Young offenders, 21: 8 9

Roblin, Senator Duff (Red River)
Administrative abuses, bureaucratic |.1w-making, 33:138
Age, 9:14-5
Amending procedure, 3:21-3; 4:122-7, 136-9; 9:97-8; 12:1 10; 19:54;
27:14-5; 322120-1; 33:40-1; 41:24-31, 80-2:51:65-70,112,121;
52:15-9
Capital punishment, 14:29
Charter of 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 fereuces, 51:19-20, 28
Constitution of Canada, 1:16-7, 20-1, 30-2, 56-7, 63, 82-3; 3:21-4:

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 47

Roblin, Senator Duff—Cnnr.
Constitution of CanadaA—C(mI.
45-7; 27:12-6, 124-5, 152-3; 32:1 I6-21; 33:38-42, 123-6, 138-42;
34:31-5, 56, 94; 38240-3; 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; 48:25-7, 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, 78-82: 56:37-40
Constitutional assembly, 9:15; 33:39-40
Convention/precedence, 34:31-4
Council ofthe provinces, 33:124-6
Equalization, 3:23-4; 32:1 18
“Everyone”, 43:42-3
Federal-provincial relations, 19:52-3
Freedom of information, 24:20-1
Language ofinstruction, 9:13-4; 21:12-3
Legal rights, 14:28-9; 24:46-7
Linguistic and cultural rights, 4:137-9; 19:54-5; 32:119-20
Mobility rights, 33:l39-41; 46:84
Municipalities, 9:1 1-3
Native rights, 17:76-7; 27:l52-3; 33:41-2; 46:91-3
Natural resources, 32:1 17-8; 54:53-8
Newfoundland-Labrador, 53:49
Non-discrimination rights, 21:11-2; 22:64
Organization meeting, 1:16-7, 20-1, 30-2, 56-7, 63, 82-3
Points oforder
Agenda and procedure subcommittee, quorum, 1:17
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr, lrwin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt, (Mr. Nystrom), 1:30-2
McGrath privilege, 45:27
Members of House of Commons not Committee members, 1:20-1
Members, official record not updated, registration with Whip
sufficient to maintain eligibility, 1:16
Members remarks, 27: 1 24-5
Ministers, availability to Committee, 4:98
Proceedings, postponing, 47:18-20
Proceedings, radio and TV broadcasting, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:56-7,
63
Travel, M. (Mr. Epp), 1:82-3
Political belief, 48:25-6
Press/media, 24:21-2
Process, 33:l23-4
Property rights, 46:19-23
References, 52:103-4
See also Amending procet.lure——Refercndum; Linguistic and
cultural rights~Courts and legislatures
Resolution to Queen, l2:l09; 21:10-1; 27:12-4; 34:32; 56:38-40
Senate,12:111;32:117;33:l25;41:76-9,125;51:46-7;52:l00-3;
53:51
Sexual equality, 43:35-7
Supreme Court, 22:63
Unilateral action, 9:98; l2:108-9; 33:l4l-2; 34:32-3
Western provinces, alienation, 54:80-2

Roch, Mrs. Lucille (Director General, Société franco-manitobaine)
Constitution of Canada, 10:23-4, 38-9

Rose, Mr. Mark (NDP—Mission-Port Moody)

Amending procedure, 35:46

Constitution of Canada, 291139; 32:38-41:69-70; 33:46-9, 85-6,

93-4:34:73-7: 35:45-6; 38:105-7:39:8, 14

Denominational/independent schools, 33:85-6
Federal-provincial relations, 34:73-4

Legal rights, 34:75

Life insurance rates, 33:93-4

Native rights, 33:46-7; 34:75-6

Natural resources, 38:105-7: 39:8
Non-discrimination rights, 32:38-41

Process, 32:70; 33:47-9

Rose, Mr. Mark–Cont.
Resolution to Queen, 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. 24:78-80: 42:21

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, mail interceptions and openings,
46:66-70, 108-9

Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism (Laurendeau-
Dunton), 11:9

Royal Proclamation (1763), see Native rights
Ruby, Clayton, see Charter of rights—“Reasonab1e limits”

Rudnyckyj, Professor J.B. (Canadian Citizenship Federation)
Constitution of Canada, 29:59-60, 64-5

Rudzik, Mr. Orest (President, Ukrainian Canadian Committee,
Toronto Branch)
Constitution of Canada, 14:59-60, 67

Russell, Professor Peter (University ofToronto)
Constitution of Canada, 34:131-72
References, see Amending procedure—Referendum-~Vancouver
consensus (1980)-«Victoria formula (1971 ); Charter of
rights-Entrenchment

Russell tribunal report, see Native rights

Ryan, Claude (Que. Liberal leader). See Committee–Witnesses;
Linguistic and cultural rights—-Courts and legislatures;
Resolution»-Federal position; Unilateral action

Ryant, Mr. Joseph (Board Member, Canadian Council on Children
and Youth)
Constitution of Canada, 21:33-6

St. Denis, Mr. Yves (President, Association canadienne-francaise de
l‘Ontario)
Constitution of Canada, 8:32-5, 40, 44-53
St. Laurent, the late Rt. Hon. L.S., see Charter of rights; Jurisdictions:
Unilateral actionAProvinces

Sanderson, Mr. Sol (Chief of Federation of Saskatchewan lndians)
Constitution ofCanada, 29:l06-7, 113-4, 117-20; 31:63-78, 86-8,
93-4

Saskatchewan

Government. see Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted

Heritage trust fund, 322137

Potash/CIGOL, 30:24, 35-6; 32: 1 24-5; 53:76, 80, 85-6; 54:28-30,
43. 50

See also Natural rosources—Broadbent proposal

See also Affirmative action; Age; Charter of rights; Equalization;
Language ofinstruction; Linguistic and cultural rights; Mineral
resources——Offsl’lorcjurisdiction; Multiculturalism; Native
peop1e41ndians; Natural resources; Official languages
minorities-—Francophones outside Que.; Resolution—~Federal
position; Social services—Welfare recipients

Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, see Charter of rights; Non-
discrimination rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submitted

Saunders, Mr. Doug (Legal Counsel. National Indian Brotherhood)

Constitution of Canada, 27:99, 111, 115-6

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

48 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Sauvé, Hon. Jeanne, P.C., references, see Committee-—Proceedings

Savino, Mr. Vic (Legal Counsel, Native Council of Canada)
Constitution ofCanada, l7:l2l-3, l3l

Schlesinger, Mr. Frank (Canadian Jewish Congress)
Constitution ofCanada, 7:96-8

Schultz, Mr. Nick (Associate General Counsel, Public Interest
Advocacy Centre)
Constitution of Canada, 29:19-36

Sciascia, Mr. Antonio (Legal Advisor, National Congress of Italian-
Canadians (Quebec Region))
Constitution of Canada, 23:7, ll-29

Scott, F.R., see Resolution

Scott, The Most Reverend Edward W. (Primate of the Anglican
Church of Canada)

Constitution of Canada. 33:6-S0

References
New Democratic Party affiliation, 33:l6
See also Anglican Church of Canada

Search and seizure, 7:l 1-3, 89-90; l5:8; 21:7; 22:l07; 24:53-4; 29:86-7;
32:l2; 36:l I-2; 46:10l-7

Séguin, Miss Jeannine (President, La Federation des Francophones
I-lors Québec Inc.)
Constitution of Canada, l3:26-S2

Senate, 36:38

Appointments, 53:66-8

British Columbia position, 38:l00

Electing, 33:l25; 41:76, 125; 51:20, 64; 52:l00-2

Patronage,S. Robinson allegations, 51:42-50; 52:85-93, 97-l05

Progressive Conservative position, 4l:96

Reforming, l2:l30-l; 32:l04-5, H7; 3 ’43; 52:94-7, 103; 53:50-l

Regional representation, 30:28-9; 41:82-3

Report on certain aspects of the Canadian constitution, November
1980 study, 34:68-9

Supreme Court decision re Bill C-60 of 30th Parliament, 3:24-5;
4:23-6, 93-5; 35:8, 24; 4l:53-4, 76-7; 522102

Veto power, see Amending procedure

See also Committec—Proccedings; Native pcople—Reprcscntation;
Western provinces-—Alienation

Separatism, see Alberta

Sexual equality, 20:22-3; 22:66; 49:46-7, 50
New Democratic Party amdt., 43:21-2, 25-37

Sexual orientation, non-discrimination rights, 5:24-5; 24:23-5, 32-40;
32:21-2, 24; 39:17; 48:20-l, 31-2
Children/cducation, relationship, 24:29-32, 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 of Canada, 13:9-I0, 14, 20-5

Simard, Ms. Louise (Deputy ChiefCommissioner, Saskatchewan
Human Rights Commission)
Constitution of Canada, 20:22-4

Simon, Mr. René (Chairman. Attikamck-Montagnais Council)
Constitution of Canada, 28:4-29

Sinclair, Mr. Jinn (President, Association of Métis and Non-Status
lndians ofSaskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada, 22:l29-43, l47—52

Skagen, Mr. Donald (Canadians for Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 34:l 10-I

Small business, family business
New Democratic Party position, 44:16, 22
See also Property rights

Smallegs, Mr. Nelson (Indian Association of Alberta)
Constitution ot‘.Canada. 31:83

Smith, Mr. Bruce (President of Toronto Ontario East Stake, Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)
Constitution of Canada. 29:7~l8

Smith, Mr. David (L~Don Valley East)
Constitution ofCanada, 12:40-3
References, see Committee —Proceedings

Smith, Mr. Elijah (Vice Chairman, Council for Yukon lndians)
Constitution of Canada, 18:23-4

Smith, Senator George I. (Colchestcr)
Constitution of Canada, 17:44-6

Smith, Mr. Michael (Legal Counsel, Council for Yukon Indians)
Constitution of Canada, l8:|6-7, 21-2

Smith, Mr. Percy (Indian Association ofAlbcrta)
Constitution of Canada, 3 1 :74

Snow, Mr. John (Chief from Treaty 7, Indian Association of Alberta)
Constitution of Canada, 29:96-lot, 122

Social Credit Party of Alberta

History, 33: l 56-8

See also Amending procedure; Britain——Legislation, “Made in
Canada”; Federalism; Linguistic and cultural rights; Native
rights; Natural rcsourccs—-Pricing; Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted; Patriation; Process; Property
rights; Western provinces——Alienation

Social security programs, residency requirements, see Mobility rights

Social services, 29:l49-50, l58-61
Access, universality, l9:3l, 38-40; 29:23, 149, 152-3. I60
Federal-provincial jurisdiction, 29:l49-60
Government service in either official language, 29:16]
Resolution effect, l9:33-4, 41-3

See also Mobility rights—~-Employment and residence

Welfare recipients, Alta./Sask., 32:|36
See also Equalization

Société franeo-manitobaine, see Organizations/individuals appearing
and briels submitted
Soonias, Mr. Rodney (Legal Counsel, Federation of Saskatchewan
Indians)
Constitution ofCanada, 29:| l4-6; 3l:70, 73
Speaker, Mr. Ray (Member, Legislative Assembly, Province of
Alberta, House Leader for the Social Credit Party ol”Alberta)
Constitution of Canada, 33:l55
Spcyer, Mr. Chris (PC—Cambridge)
Constitution of Canada, 7:38-9; ll:34-6; 21:20-2
Splnne, Dr. Richard (President, Canadian Association of Social

Workers)
Constitution of Canada, 292146-6|

Stanhury, Senator Richard J. (York Centre)
Constitution of Canada. 29:46-7

Stanfield, Hon. Robert L.. see Unilateral action; War Measures Act

Note: See page 1 for Dates and Issues

3)

CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 49

Stark. Mr. T. James (Director. Operation Dismantle, World
Federalists of Canada)
Constitution 01′ Canada, 25:24-8

Statute of Westminster (I931), 9:98-9; 34:9-10; 35:7; 37:1 1; 50:29, 35,
46: 55:8
See aLro Amending procedure; Ncwfoundland-Labrador—Terms of
union (1949); Unilateral action——Provinces

Steinhauer, Mr. Eugene (President. lndian Association of Alberta)
Constitution of Canada, 29:94-S, 101-4, 121; 31:60-5, 74-8, 83, 91-3

Steurat, Senator David Gordon (Prince Albert-Duck Lake)
Constitution of Canada, 54:27-8

Stevenson, Professor Garth (Alberta New Democratic Party)
Constitution of Canada, 33:1 10-1, 115, 121-3, 128, 132

Strayer, Dr. B.L. (Assistant Deputy Minister, Public Law. Justice
Department)
Constitution of Canada, 4:33, 46, 1 12-3, 117; 38:16, 45-7, 61, 85;
4l:46—7; 46:32-43, 46; 521110-1, 116-7: 53:51; 54:19-23, 29-30,
57-8, 75-6, 106-8

Sub judice convention, me Resolution-~-Provincial reference~
Supreme Court reference

Suluk, Mr. Thomas (lnuit Committee on National lssues)
Constitution of Canada, 17:22~4

Supreme Court, 29:57; 30:21; 321104: 34:23-7
Appointments, 34: 1 20-1
Women, etc., 9:60-1, 70-I: 22:51-3, 63-71; 27:64; 33:l05, 108,
I 14
Ccntralist bias, 34:24
Blakeney remarks, 30:45-6

Citizens direct appeals, 29:31

Justices, former, see Pigeon

Provinces direct appeals, 34:88-91

United States, comparing, 34:12], 171-2

See also Charter of rights—Courts interpreting; Resolution: Senate:

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, Energy Committee, Alberta New
Democratic Party)
Constitution of Canada, 33:l08-10

Sykes, Mr. Rod (Leader, Social Credit Party of Alberta)
Constitution of Canada, 33:155-S9

Sylvestre, Mr. Paul-Francois (Canadian Association of Lesbians and
Gay Men)
Constitution or” Canada, 24:25-6, 33-4

Table of cases
Calder case, see Native peop1e—-lndians, Land claims
Hogan vs The Queen (1975), see Charter of rights–—1.ega1 rights,
Right to counsel
Person’s case (1929), see Women
Thorsan case, we Quebec—~Languages policy, Bill 101

Tagoona, Mr. Eric (Co~Chairman. Inuit Committee on National
lssucs)
Constitution ofCanada, 16:4-18, 21
Tardif, Mr. Gilles (Director, Canadian Federation of Civil Liberties

and Human Rights Associations)
Constitution of Canada, 2129-10, 19, 22-3

Tarnopolsky, Mr. Walter (President, Canadian Civil Liberties
Association)
Constitution of Canada, 7:7-1 1, 15-31
References, see Charter of rights; Property rights

Tassé. Mr. Roger (Deputy Minister ofJusticc)

Constitution of Canada, 2:48-9; 3:14-5, 28-9, 78-9; 4:45-9, 85-6,
11l-3; 37:20, 45; 38:39-40, 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,
122-3:47:31-4,40-2;48:84.87,112-3:49:27-9, 43, 92-3, 96;
50:16; 51:25; 52:128-9; 53:25, 68-70: 54:92; 56:10-1

References. 55:7

Tate, Mr. Percy (Executive Assistant to the President, Nishga Tribal
Council)
Constitution of Canada‘, 26:23, 26, 30-1

Taxation. 8:9—l0, 382102
See also Charitable and educational organizations; Churches;
Natural resources

Teed, Mr. Eric L. (Past President, Canadian Citizenship Federation)
Constitution of Canada, 29:58-9

Tltériault, Senator L. Norbert (Baie du Vin)
Constitution of Canada, 48: 1 27

Thomson, Ms, Tamra (Ottawa caucus, National Association of
Women and the Law)
Constitution of Canada, 22360-1, 70

Tobin, Mr. Brian (L—Humber-Port au Port-St. Barbe)
Amending procedure, 3:72; 51:120-1
Charter ofrights, 32:137.-5 ‘
Committee, proceedings, procedural delays, 9:55-6
Committee, witnesses, 1:29-30, 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; 46:84-5;
48:127-30:31:11?-22;52:46-8,105;54:l04-5
Linguistic and cultural rights, 32:132
Mobility rights, 46:84-5
Natural resources, 32:135
Newfoundland-Labrador, 2:39-40; 3:70-2; 9:91-6; 38:55, 62-3;
482127-30: 52:46-8
Organization meeting, 1:15, 29-30, 33, 68, 77
Peckford, Mr., references, 2:40
Points of order
Adjournment, M. (Mr. Fraser), 1:68
Agenda and procedure subcommittee, 1:15
Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. 1r\vin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:29-30, 33
Questioning of witnesses, 3:20
Witnesses, expenses, Committee paying, M, (Mr. Epp), 1:77
Process, 32:69
References, 53:44
Resolution to Queen, 34:50; S4:104-5
Senate, 521105

Tomkins, Mr. Frank (Provincial Secretary, Association of Métis and
Non-Status Indians of Saskatchewan)
Constitution of Canada, 22:134

Tooshkenig, Mr. Bill (Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians)
Constitution of Canada. 31:49-51. S5-6

Tootoosis, Senator John B. (Senator of Federation of Saskatchewan
lndians)
Constitution of Canada, 29:l05-6

Toth, Mrs. Kathleen'(President, Campaign Lil’e——Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 34:1 16, 125

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50 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Townshend, Mr. Errol (Chief Editor of “Cultures Canada”, Canadian
Consultative Council on Multiculturalism)
Constitution ofCanada, 29:l33-41, 145-6

Transportation, see Jurisdictions
Treaty-Making power, 4:67-8

Tremblay, Senator Arthur (Les Laurentides)

Amending procedure, 2:22-5, 44; 3274-5; 7:72; 19:64~6; 27:59; 2 :46:
30:53-5; 34:19-21, 98; 36:24-6; 41:10?-8, 111-3, 122-3; 51:32-3,
56-61, 73: 52:23-5: 55:16-7

Britain, legislation enabling Canadian constitutional amdt., 4:1 10-1;
37:8-10, 16-7; 50:36-40

Charter of rights, 6:27-8; 10:42~5; 13:52; 42:35-7; 55:17

Chretien, Mr. references, 40:5

Committee

Deadline, 9:37-9
Travel, 1:81~2
Witnesses, 1:39-40; 23:66-7; 28:56-7

Conferences, 14:1 12; 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 -6,41-5, 51- , ,112-4,123-4;15‘26-7;
19:64- ‘22:100-2; 23:22-6, 66-71; 24:81~2‘ 7:59; 2 4-6, 56-7;
30:53-5; 3:181-2, 188; 34:18-22, 97-8 -7; 36124-6;
37:7-17. 33, 44-6; 38:81~3, 109-10; 3 :19-23;40:5,12-3;
41:lO3-8,111-3,122-3;42:35-7, 4S;43:lO6-7,114,120;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; 5121 1-3, 21,
32-3, 38-40, 54-61, 73; 52223-5, 76-8, 88; 53:56, 70, 81-2:
54:45-8, 104, 111-8, 122-6; 55:16-24; 56:l1—3, 19-21

Courts, 49:29-31

Education, 11:25-6; 24:81-2

Emergency, public, 49:49, 59-60

Equalization, 412106; 49:767. 80

Federal position, 51:54-7

Federal-provincial relations, provincial boundaries, 3:72-4

Federalism, 33:l8|-2

Freedom of information, 43:106-7, 114

Jurisdictions, provincial, 4:1 1 1-5; 34120-1; 49232

Language ofinstruction, 7:71-2; 10:29-34; 23:24-6; 38:81-3, 109-10;
48:103-4, 117-8

Linguistic and cultural rights, 6:28-30; 222100-1; 37:44-6; 48275-6,
88-9|; 52:76-8

Mineral resources, offshore, 9:98-9; 53:81-2

Monarchy, 53:56

National unity, “Canada“, 42:45

Native rights, 49:93

Natural resources, 331188; 54:45-8; 56:11

Non-discrimination rights, 13:41-3

Official languages policy, 10244

Organization meeting, 1225, 39-40, 81-2

Patriation, 28:45-6; 34:22; 40:12-3

Points oforder

Documents, briefs, advertising for, M. (Mr. Irwin), and
requesting witnesses, amdt. (Mr. Nystrom), 1:39-40

McGrath privilege, 45:14, 3|-2

Proceedings, postponing, 47:21

Questioning of witnesses, 132256

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: 56:20-1

Property rights, 44:23; 452356

Tremblay, Senator Artltur-M Com.

Quebec, 11:23-5; 35:16; 39:19-23; 52:24-5

References, see Jurisdictions~—»Provincia1, Quebec

Regulations, 49:38

Resolution to Queen, 34:18; 35:13-4; 3727-9; 41:103-4; 43:l20;
46:34,85-6,109;/47:33-5,40-1, 66; 49:72, 76, 96; 50:22;
541114-6; 55:21-2; 56:13

Unilateral action, 3:74-5; 4:38-41, 111-5; 37:12-6: 45:33-4

Trudeau, Rt. Hon, P.E.
Constitution position, 542128-31 «
Stevens, Geoffrey, Feb. 5/81 Globe and Mail column, 54:118
See also Committeerwitnesses; Linguistic and cultural rights;
Monarchy; Native rights; Patriation-—-Divisive; Resolution

Ukrainian Canadian Committee, we Charter of rights;

Orgauizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted
Ukrainian Canadians, World War 11 treatment, 14:54
Unemployment Insurance Act, see Unilateral action~-—Pr0vlnces

Unilateral action, 33:l26-30
Anglican Church of Canada position, 33:21-2, 49-50
Balance of power, affecting, 34:136-7
Blakeney position, 41756: 30:57
Business Council on National lssues position, 332137, 141-2, 145-7
Canadian Bar Association, Newfoundland Branch, position, 9:98
Canadian Citizenship Federation position, 29:51, 54-7
Chrétien position, 4:76-7, 106-110;50:47, 82
Clark remarks, 3:84; 4:76; 38:12-4
Cohen position, 35:45
Declaration ofindependence, without recourse to Britain, 34:28-4);
35:12, 16
Denominational Education Committees of Newfoundland position,
35:70
Divisive aspects, 17:32-4; 22:14; 23:70; 27:14, 48, 89-90, 97; 30:7, 17
During provincial appeal to courts, 41:67
Economy, affecting, 8:10-1; 332145-51
Federal position, 3:74- 4:38-40; 6:40 8:35-6; 12:108-9; 13:31-2;
l4:l07; 30:30-1; 31:89; 36:22; 45:3 -4; 54:|32; 56:33, 48
Committee witnesses, 80% approval, Mackasey remarks, 34:l4S-7
Hatfield remarks, 19:51, 56, 66-7, 70- 1, 83-4
Union Nationale position, 28:32-5
French-English animosity, kindling, 8:42
Legality, 142101-2; 15:25-6; 21:43
Canadian Bar Association position, 15:6—7, 14-5, 23,26
Liberal (Que.) position, 9:46-13, 51
National Congress of Italian-Canadians (Quebec region) position.
23:15
Necessity, 41:85; 50:44; 55:12-6
Official languages 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; 50:60-1
Bill C-60 of 30th Parliament, 34237-8, 41
British North America Act amdts., 27:37-9, 61-2: 34:24-5, 32,
38-40; 35:8-1 1, 26
Newfoundland entry into Confederation, 34:15l, 154
St. Laurent position, 17:29; 27:39; 34:l36-7; 35:8; 37:1 1-4
Saskatchewan, 12:12-3
Statute of Westminster/BNA Act (1949) amdt., Rémillard
position, 34:13-5, 26-8, 35-8, 72-4
Unemployment insurance 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
Quebec, forcing towards separation, 28:39-40, 44
Quebec National Assembly motion, 28:31, 50

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CONSTITUTION OF CANADA 51

Unilateral aCtion—ConI.

Quebec referendum relationship, 4:95-6, 105-6, 110; 3143: 28:37~8

Ryan, informing, 4:96-7

Stanfield position, 19:71

Supreme Court decisiion re Bill C-60 of the 30th Parliament,
relationship, 4:93

Union ofOntario Indians position, 31:41-2

See also Amending procedure; Jurisdictions—-Provincial, Federal
encroachment

Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI), 2:30-l

Union Nationale Party
Background, 28:29
See also Amending procedure——Vancouver consensus (1980):
Charter of rights; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submitted; Unilateral action—Federal position
Union of New Brunswick Indians, see Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted

Union of Nova Scotia Indians, see Organizations/individuals
appearing and briefs submitted

Union of Ontario Indians, see Native rights:
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted:
Unilateral action

Unitary state, 27:45, 63

United Church 01’ Canada, see Organizations/individuals appearing
and briefs submitted; Resolution

United Nations, see Pcnitentiarics

United States, we Fedora|ism—Decentralization; Native rights;
Supreme Court

Vancouver Pcople’s Law School Society, 32:5-6
See also Charter of rights; Committee—Witnesses;
Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs submitted

Vian, Mr. Jacques (Beitonnier, Past President, Canadian Bar
Association)
Constitution of Canada, 15:16, 28
Viekers, Mr. David (Vice President, Canadian Association for the
Mentally Retarded)
Constitution of Canada, 10:8-19

Victoria Formula (1971), see Amending procedure

Waddell, Mr. Ian (NDP—Vancouver-Kingsway)
Constitution of Canada, 17:l20-3; 26:46-9; 54:17, 28-9, 36-7, 40-1,
73-4

Wadds, Mrs. .l.C., see Britain

Walker, Mr. Regan (Executive Director, Toronto Stake, Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)
Constitution of Canada, 29:14-6

War, we Freedoin of conscience
War criminals, see Charter of rights

War Measures Act, 47:72; 49:58-9
Legal opinion, tabling, 40. 8-31: 41:6-7. 12-3. 16
Stanfield position, 43:36
See also Amending procedure—Referendum; Charter of rights

Warner, Mr. Malcolm (President, Hamilton Stake, Church of.lesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints)
Constitution of Canada, 29:l3~4

Watt, Mr. Charlie (Co-Chairman, lnuit Committee on National

Issues)
Constitution of Canada, 16:4, 19-30; 17:7-25

Watters, Dr. Wendell W. (Honorary Director, Canadian Abortion
Rights Action League)
Constitution of Canada, 241101-13

Watts, Mr. George (Chairman, Nuu-Chah-Nulth Tribal Council)
Constitution of Canada, 27:l26-8, 135-49

Wawatie, Mr. Salomon (Algonquin Council)
Constitution of Canada, 31:9, 19

Welrlting, Mr. Edwin (Chairman, Canadian Federation of Civil
Libertics and Human Rights Associations)
Constitution of Canada, 21:5-6, 11-27

Western provinces
Alienation, l2:l00, 114-5, 124-5, 132-4‘ 7:59-60, 71-2; 322130-1,
146; 33:1 13; 34:36, 105-8, 115; 54. 8, 80-2 6:23
Alberta New Democratic Party position, 33:10 -7
Quebec. comparing, 1:85-6
Senate role, 51:64-5
Social Credit Party of Alberta position, 33:158-62, 165-6, 171-4,
177-9
See also Amending procedure—Referendum-—Victoria formula
(1971); Natural resources; Progressive Conservative
Party—Constitution position, Broadbent allegations; Public
opinion polls–~-Canada West Foundation
Separatism, 12:1 13-4, 132; 32:9, 17, 33:165-6
See also Amending procedure—-Ontario/Que. veto—Referendum,
Regional majorities

Whalcn, Mr. Norman (Vice Chairman, Canadian Federation of Civil
Liberties and Human Rights Associations)
Constitution of Canada, 21:6-9, 14-17, 20

Whclan, Mr. Patrick (Treasurer, Federation of independent Schools

in Canada)
Constitution of Canada, 29:73-4

Wildlife, endangered species, protecting. 24:95

Williams, Senator Guy (Richmond)

Constitution of Canada, 13:21-2; 26:29-30; 27:l38-41; 31:18-9,
54-6; 32:28, 96-8; 33:126- .34:35-6

Native i’ights, 26:29-30; 271138-40; 31:18-9, 54-6; 32:28, 96-81
33:12_6-7; 34:36

Western provinces, 34:37

Williams, Mr. Paul (Union of Ontario Indians)
Constitution of Canada, 31:28-42

Willson, Mr. Robert (Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
Canadians for Canada)
Constitution ofCanada, 34:100-4, 107, 110-15

Witnesses, see Committee; Organizations/individuals appearing and
briefs submitted; Procedure and decisions of the Chair

Women
Discrimination, historical, 9:62-3
Non-discrimination rights, 4:55-6; 5:9; 9:65; 172102; 21:24-5; 22:53;
29:10, 13
Business Council on National Issues position, 33:l43-4
Consultations, 9:136-7, 148-9, 152
Hays remarks, 9. 5:21:29
Judicial interpretation, 5:15-6; 9:58-60, 66, 72
Maternity benefits, legal cases, 20:7-10, 22:27:64
Military service, 29:9; 32:13
See also Sexual equality

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52 CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

Women—~Com.
Person’s case (1929), 9:l36
See also Affirmative action: Native people; Native rights; Supreme
Court—Appointments

Wood, Mr. Charles (Chiefs Constitution Committee for Alberta.
Indian Association ofA|berta)
Constitution of Canada, 29:96

Woodward, Mr. Jack (Legal Counsel, Nuu-Chah~Nulth Tribal
Council)
Constitution of Canada. 27:l26-38. I42-53

World Federalist: of Canada, see Organizations/individuals appearing
and briefs submitted

Wright, Mr. Bill (PC—-—Calgary North)
Constitution of Canada. 27:72~4

Writs of assistance, effect of charter, 4] :13-4; 46:l08

Wyss, Barbara (Treasurer. Indian Rights for Indian Women)
Constitution of Canada. l7:86-9!, 95

Yalden, Mr. M.F. (Commissioner of Official Languages)
Constitution or‘ Canada. 6:10-47

Young, Mr. Francis (Legal Counsel. New Brunswick Human Rights
Commission)
Constitution ofCanada. ll:32~3, 39

Young, Mr. Neil (NDP—Beaches)
Constitution of Canada, 10:14-5: 12:34-6

Young offenders, legal rights. 2l:30~l, 38-9, 45-8

Yukon Territory
Development, pipeline, resources, etc.. 18:8. 12-3, 16-8, 31-2
Government
Councillor Yukon Indians, relationship, 14:49-50; 18:8, l3~7,
30-1
Letters, tabling, 14:34,/12,51
Legitimacy. recognizing, Epp remarks, i8:2l-3
See also Organizations/individuals appearing and briefs
submitted
Indians, self-government. l8:l2
Legislative Assembly, l4:30~l
Council for Yukon Indians position. l8:2l-2
Indian representation. 18:21, 24, 27
Natural resources, 26:6-7
Population, native/white, 14:49; l8:l7. 23-4
Provincial status, l4:32-3, 43-7. 50; l7:l7-8; 26:8; 41 :55-7
Natural resources, ownership/control. relationship, 14:33, 43-4.
47
See also Amending procedure; Council ofthe provinces; Federal-
provincial conferences: Mobility rights–Employment and
residence: Native people—~—Land claims; Resolution

Yuzyk, Senator Paul (Fort Garry)
Constitution ofCanada, 43:l0O, I16

Zsolnay, Mr. Nicolas (President. Canadian Citizenship Federation)
Constitution oi” Canada, 29:50-7. 61-3

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