2 Matching Annotations
- Oct 2018
It is possible that a Federative union of the British North American Provinces would afford to the Canadian Government the – readiest mode of escape from the difficulties and embarrassments which now surround the settlement of the “seat of Government ” question, and I presume that I am right in supposing that, although the ostensible object of the proposed inquiry is the union by Federative bonds with Canada of the other British North American Provinces, the Canadian Government have no less in view the, severance of the bond which now joins the two Canadas in a Legislative Union, and the substitution for that bond of a more elastic tie of a Federal or a Federative character.
§.16 of the Constitution Act, 1867.
- Mar 2018
It was desirable the General Government should have the control of the medium through which the trade and commerce of the country was carried on, and that in the establishment of banks, the issue of paper money and in offering to the public the paper representative of their labor, in whatever part of the country, there should be the same legislative security for the people
§§.91(2)(14)(15)(16) of the Constitution Act, 1867.
- Section 91(2) of the Constitution Act 1867
- Section 91(15) of the Constitution Act 1867
- Section 91(16) of the Constitution Act 1867
- Section 91(14) of the Constitution Act 1867