Canada as it relates to the Magna Carta of 1215 and 1225 reaffirmed by Elizabeth II – 2015
History of the Canadian Constitution explained by Solon.org
THE CONSTITUTION SINCE PATRIATION:
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Canada’s Constitution dates to 1867, when the British Parliament passed the British North America Act (now the Constitution Act, 1867). Until 1982, amendments to the Constitution required an Act to be passed by the British Parliament. By the Canada Act 1982, Canada severed all remaining legislative dependence on the United Kingdom. This package of constitutional amendments was dubbed “patriation”, a uniquely Canadian term. It included a comprehensive amending formula, the Constitution Act, 1982, and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
As a constitution is considered a living amalgam of statutes, documents, unwritten traditions, conventions and other sources, it has evolved since patriation and will continue to evolve. The following is a chronology of events with constitutional significance that have occurred since 1982. Please note that while the information contained in this chronology is extensive and as complete as possible, it may not be exhaustive. ( Taken from Can. Government website)
If you have any questions as to how a “coup d’etat” was achieved and how once again the Indigenous Peoples and the Canadian Citizens were lied too, you will find the answers by clicking on the PDF book below.
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BNA ACT COMMITTEE 1935
Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence and Report