Tag: Section 121

Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Voting by Ballot on the Dunkin Act”, 3rd Parl, 4th Sess, (11 April 1877)

Document Information Date: 1877-04-11 By: Canada (Parliament) Citation: Canada, House of Commons Debates, 3rd Parl, 4th Sess, 1877 at 1367-1373. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Why Is There No Text? This document has not yet been transcribed. Help us out by transcribing the PDF into a text file and emailing it to pd@theccf.ca. Your help will make PrimaryDocuments.ca the most complete word-searchable electronic repository of documents relating to the Canadian constitution. For more information consult our Be a Contributor page.

Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Customs”, 1st Parl, 1st Sess (16 December 1867)

Document Information Date: 1868-12-16 By: Canada (Parliament) Citation: Canada, House of Commons Debates, 1st Parl, 1st Sess, 1868 at 287-296. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Why Is There No Text? This document has not yet been transcribed. Help us out by transcribing the PDF into a text file and emailing it to pd@theccf.ca. Your help will make PrimaryDocuments.ca the most complete word-searchable electronic repository of documents relating to the Canadian constitution. For more information consult our Be a Contributor page.

Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Excise”, 1st Parl, 1st Sess (13 December 1867)

Document Information Date: 1867-12-13 By: Canada (Parliament) Citation: Canada, House of Commons Debates, 1st Parl, 1st Sess, 1867 at 271-278. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Why Is There No Text? This document has not yet been transcribed. Help us out by transcribing the PDF into a text file and emailing it to pd@theccf.ca. Your help will make PrimaryDocuments.ca the most complete word-searchable electronic repository of documents relating to the Canadian constitution. For more information consult our Be a Contributor page.

Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Excise Duties”, 1st Parl, 1st Sess (12 December 1867)

Document Information Date: 1867-12-12 By: Canada (Parliament) Citation: Canada, House of Commons Debates, 1st Parl, st Sess, 1867 at 263-269. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Why Is There No Text? This document has not yet been transcribed. Help us out by transcribing the PDF into a text file and emailing it to pd@theccf.ca. Your help will make PrimaryDocuments.ca the most complete word-searchable electronic repository of documents relating to the Canadian constitution. For more information consult our Be a Contributor page.

Canada, House of Commons Debates, “The Financial Statement”, 1st Parl, 1st Sess (7 December 1867)

Document Information Date: 1867-12-07 By: Canada (Parliament) Citation: Canada, House of Commons Debates, 1st Parl, 1st Sess, 1867 at 211-218. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). Why Is There No Text? This document has not yet been transcribed. Help us out by transcribing the PDF into a text file and emailing it to pd@theccf.ca. Your help will make PrimaryDocuments.ca the most complete word-searchable electronic repository of documents relating to the Canadian constitution. For more information consult our Be a Contributor page.

UK, HC, “(Lords.) [Bill 52.] Committee”, vol 185 (1867), cols 1310-1322

Document Information Date: 1867-03-04 By: UK (House of Commons) Citation: UK, HC, “(Lords.) [Bill 52.] Committee“, vol 185 (1867), cols 1310-1322. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). 1310 Order for Committee rend. Motion made, and Question proposed, “That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair.” MR. OSBORNE I cannot help thinking, Sir, that the time has arrived when, after having been kept for three weeks in the dark as to the policy or intentions of the Government, some further explanation is due… Read more UK, HC, “(Lords.) [Bill 52.] Committee”, vol 185 (1867), cols 1310-1322

UK, HC, “Question”, vol 185 (1867), cols 1090-1091

Document Information Date: 1867-02-27 By: UK (House of Commons) Citation: UK, HC, “Question“, vol 185 (1867), cols 1090-1091. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (Hansard UK — External Site). MR. HADFIELD said, he rose to ask of the Government, Why it was that the second reading of this Bill had been, fixed 1091 for to-morrow. It was one which affected 4,000,000 of people, and upon which great doubts and differences of opinion were entertained. It was not jet printed, and was of so important a character that… Read more UK, HC, “Question”, vol 185 (1867), cols 1090-1091