Tag: Section 25

Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Dominion Lands in the North-West”, 4th Parl, 4th Sess (12 April 1882)

Document Information Date: 1882-04-12 By: Canada (Parliament) Citation: Canada, House of Commons Debates, 4th Parl, 4th Sess, 1882 at 810-847. 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, “Vacancies in the Senate”, 2nd Parl, 1st Sess (23 May 1873)

Document Information Date: 1873-05-23 By: Dominion of Canada (Parliament) Citation: Dominion of Canada, House of Commons Debates, 2nd Parl, 1st Sess, 1873 at 656. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). VACANCIES IN THE SENATE [Page 656] Hon. Mr. MACKENZIE asked the intention of the Government as to filling of the vacancy in the Senate caused by the death of Senator Burnham. A discussion has taken place some days ago with regard to the localities from which Senators were taken. They were informed by the Government at… Read more Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Vacancies in the Senate”, 2nd Parl, 1st Sess (23 May 1873)

Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Vacancies in the Senate”, 2nd Parl, 1st Sess (3 March 1873)

Document Information Date: 1873-03-19 By: Dominion of Canada (Parliament) Citation: Dominion of Canada, House of Commons Debates, 2nd Parl, 1st Sess, 1873 at 76. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). VACANCIES IN THE SENATE [Page 76] Mr. BERGIN asked whether it was not the arrangement at the time of Confederation that any vacancies which might occur in the Senate for Ontario and Quebec, should first be filled by selecting gentlemen who were deprived of their seats in the Legislative Council of the late Province of Canada… Read more Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Vacancies in the Senate”, 2nd Parl, 1st Sess (3 March 1873)

Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Senate”, 1st Parl, 5th Sess (29 April 1872)

Document Information Date: 1872-04-29 By: Dominion of Canada (Parliament) Citation: Dominion of Canada, House of Commons Debates, 1st Parl, 5th Sess, 1872 at 78-82. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). SENATE [Page 78] Mr. MILLS moved, seconded by Mr. GEOFFRION, and the Question being proposed, “That, in the opinion of this House, the present mode of constituting the Senate is inconsistent with the Federal principle of Government; and that our Constitution should be so amended as to confer upon each Province, in some way, the power… Read more Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Senate”, 1st Parl, 5th Sess (29 April 1872)

An Act relating to the Indemnity to Members and the Salaries of the Speakers, of both Houses of Parliament, C, 1867

Document Information Date: 1867-12-21 By: Dominion of Canada (Parliament) Citation: An Act relating to the Indemnity to Members and the Salaries of the Speakers, of both Houses of Parliament, C, 1867, c 3. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). [Page 67] CAP. III. An Act relating to the Indemnity to Members and the Salaries of the Speakers, of both Houses of Parliament. [Assented to 21st December, 1867.] HER Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate and House of Commons of Canada, as… Read more An Act relating to the Indemnity to Members and the Salaries of the Speakers, of both Houses of Parliament, C, 1867

Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Indemnity to Members”, 1st Parl, 1st Sess (19 November 1867)

Document Information Date: 1867-11-19 By: Dominion of Canada (Parliament) Citation: Dominion of Canada, House of Commons Debates, 1st Parl, 1st Sess, 1867 at 95-99. Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF). INDEMNITY TO MEMBERS [Page 95] Sir John A. Macdonald moved that the House go into Committee of the Whole on the resolutions respecting the indemnity to members and the salaries of the Speakers of both Houses of Parliament. Sir John A. Macdonald explained the provisions of the law of the former Provinces of Canada, which he… Read more Canada, House of Commons Debates, “Indemnity to Members”, 1st Parl, 1st Sess (19 November 1867)

A Proclamation: For Uniting the Provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, into One Dominion, under the name of CANADA (UK)

  Click here to view the original document (PDF).. numb. 23254.  [Page 2989] SUPPLEMENT TO The London Gazette Of TUESDAY, the 21st of MAY. Published by Authority. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1867. By the QUEEN. A PROCLAMATION. For Uniting the Provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, into one Dominion, under the name of CANADA, WHEREAS by an Act of Parliament, passed on the twenty-ninth, day of March, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven, in the thirtieth year of Our reign, intituled “An Act for the union of Canada, Nova… Read more A Proclamation: For Uniting the Provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, into One Dominion, under the name of CANADA (UK)