Canada, Senate Debates, “Proposed Resolution for a Joint Address to Her Majesty the Queen—Order Stands”, 32nd Parl, 1st Sess (28 October 1980)
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Citation: Canada, Senate Debates, 32nd Parl, 1st Sess, 1980 at 1000.
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SENATE DEBATES — October 28, 1980
PROPOSED RESOLUTION FOR A JOINT ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN—ORDER STANDS
On the Order:
Resuming the debate on the inquiry of the Honourable Senator Perrault, P.C., calling the attention of the Senate to the document entitled “Proposed Resolution for a Joint Address to Her Majesty the Queen respecting the Constitution of Canada”, tabled in the Senate on 6th October, 1980.—(Honourable Senator Frith).
Hon. Royce Frith (Deputy Leader of the Honourable senators, I would like this order to stand. Since it deals with the subject of the motion we are now debating, I would suggest that it be allowed to expire. However, I will make that suggestion tomorrow. I would prefer to make my remarks relating to the subject matter of that inquiry when I participate in the debate on the motion. For the present, I ask that this order stand.
Senator Flynn: We will consider that.
Senator Frith: Another honourable senator may wish to speak to this order, in which case I will yield.