Loose-leaf for updating. Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Wiktor, Christian L., Tanguay, Guy|
|The Physical Object|
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The Constitution was "patriated" from the United Kingdom in When Canada was created, it was a self-governing British colony. The British North America Act, , codified many constitutional rules for Canada, but major changes to the Constitution could only be made by the United Kingdom , the Charter was enacted as part of Canada's . The Constitution of Canada is the country’s governing legal framework. It defines the powers of the executive branches of government and of the legislatures at both the federaland provincial levels. Canada’s Constitution is not one document; it is a complex mix of statutes, orders, British and Canadian court decisions, and generally accepted practices known as . This complete constitution has been generated from excerpts of texts from the repository of the Comparative Constitutions Project, and distributed on Canada's Constitution of with Amendments through Get this from a library! The Canadian Constitution and constitutional amendment = [La Constitution canadienne et sa modification]. [Canada. Federal-Provincial Relations Office.].
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The institutions of provincial government also form part of the system of government for Canada - a system which should continue to be both democratic and federal in nature. Each of these requirements has special significance for provincial constitutions. My purpose is to continue in this tradition by investigating the consequences of drafting constitutions for constituent states in federations and quasi-federations. ‘Provincial Constitutions in Canada’ (presented at a Conference on ‘Federalism and Sub Dinan J. () The Consequences of Drafting Constitutions for Constituent Cited by: 1. AbstractConstitutional scholarship in Canada since Confederation has . A federal state is one that brings together a number of different political communities with a common government for common purposes, and separate “state” or “provincial” or “cantonal” governments for the particular purposes of each community. The United States of America, Canada, Australia and Switzerland are all federal states.