Constitutional Proposals

Copyright 1994-2000 William F. Maton

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As water passes under the bridge, so too do constitutional proposals. There are two sections here: those proposals before the passing and proclamation of the Constitution Act, 1982 and those after.

The reason for choosing the Constitution Act, 1982 as the historical separation line is because it is this law which allowed Canada the right to change its constitution without asking for the assent of the United Kingdom.

You should also have a look at the section of this site, for further detailed discussions found in commission, committee and miscellaneous reports.


Pre-1982 Proposals


Post-1982 Proposals

These documents serve as a documentary history of proposals since the passing and proclamation of the Constitution Act, 1982.


Copyright 1994-2000 by William F. Maton

Last updated: 5 November, 2000.

William F. Maton