2 edition of Brief submitted to the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations. found in the catalog.
Brief submitted to the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations.
Victoria, B.C. Chamber of Commerce
1938 in [Victoria] .
Written in English
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Some royal commissions have produced significant reports. The Royal Proclamation contained elements that conflicted with the Articles of Capitulation of Montreal, which granted Canadians the privilege to maintain their civil laws and practise their religion. The government believed that trade should to be restored to pre-war levels. The Canadians were dispensed of the test oath, which was replaced by an oath to George III that had no reference to Protestantism. Permanent Link. He was vindicated, but did not return to the Province of Quebec.
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Equally important, St-Laurent was a notoriously hard worker, with a reputation for painstaking preparation. The government believed that trade should to be restored to pre-war levels.
Each province was given Brief submitted to the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations. book elected Legislative Assembly, an appointed Legislative Council, and an appointed Executive Council. The report remarks with merely sober truth that "the research program of the Commissionwas the most comprehensive ever undertaken in Canada in a public inquiry.
He officially recommended to retain French civil law and to dispense the Canadians from taking the Oath of Supremacy. The Legislative Councils were to be established with no fewer than seven members in Upper Canada and fifteen members in Lower Canada.
This impasse created considerable tensions between the French-Canadian political class and the British government. On June 10,the Constitutional Act was enacted in London and gave Canada its first parliamentary constitution.
They were signed on 8 September in the British camp before the city of Montreal, during the French and Indian War. This collection consists Brief submitted to the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations.
book transcripts of hearings. Tensions quickly developed between the British merchants or old subjects, newly established in the colony, and Governor Murray.
Howe was determined to focus on converting existing factories producing munitions and war equipment to consumer and industrial products. In Canada's provinces, the growth of public library services was stimulated by new legislation and policies. Yet, at the time, they were essential for planning purposes.
By this time, the French-speaking majority of Lower Canada had become a political minority in a unified Canada. In it did recommend constitutional adjustments, mainly in the direction of greater federal activity in the field of social security, but by this time Ottawa had already assumed the power to direct the war effort, subordinating provincial authority to this greater cause.
These problems could have been overcome but this method was probably rejected far more because it was not conducive to promoting "national unity" rather than for economic reasons.
At each stage, he turned to St-Laurent, keeping him apprised and firming up his support. Previous reports of royal commissionshad investigated restricted aspectsof the federal problem as related to particular provincesor regions,suchasthe report of the Duncan Commission on the Maritime Provinces, but the Rowell-Sirois Commissionequippedwith wide terms of referenceincludedin its sweepall provincesand regions.
The problems that eventually affected both provinces were: The Legislative Assemblies did not have full control over the revenues of the provinces The Executive and Legislative Councils were not responsible to the Legislative Assembly In the two provinces, a movement for constitutional reform took shape within the majority party, the Parti canadien of Lower Canada and the Reformers of Upper Canada.
Last Edited December 16, Royal commissions, once described by a member of Parliament as costly travelling minstrel shows, are a form of official inquiry into matters of public concern.
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They demanded the application of the elective principle to the political institutions of the province, after the American model; but did not advocate, in any explicit way, the introduction of responsible government. Resumption of the reform movement [ edit ] Soon after the war, which ended with the signing of the Treaty of Paris inthe constitutional question resurfaced.
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