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This page provides a listing of some of articles, speeches or other such materials expressing opinions about the Canadian Consitution, or a subject related to it, like minority language rights. The documents are presented roughly in order of time.

May 27, 1987 - Meech Lake Accord

Pierre Elliott Trudeau writes an article on the Meech Lake Accord. PDF.

August 27, 1987 - Meech Lake Accord

Pierre Elliott Trudeau's testimony before the Federal Parliamentary committee on the 1987 Constitional Accord (Meech Lake).

January, 1989 - Meech Lake Accord

A paper produced by the Library of Paliament analysing the Meech Lake Accord.

1991 - Shaping Canada's Future Together

The Government of Canada's statement on Canada's Constitutional future later on became the basis of the Charlottetown Accord.

November 6, 1995

Pierre Trudeau goes on record with this article on the Federal Government's reaction after the October 1995 Quebec referendum.

February 3, 1996

Pierre Elliott Trudeau writes in Montreal newspapers, accussing Premier Lucien Bouchard of manipulating the people of Quebec by re-writing political history.

February 10, 1996

Premier Lucien Bouchard's response to Pierre Elliott Trudeau's article.

February 17, 1996

Pierre Elliott Trudeau's final response to Premier Lucien Bouchard.

The Three Letters

Letters written by then-Inter-governmental Affairs minister Stephan Dion to various recipients regarding the Constitution.

Last HTML revision: 12 September, 2011.

William F. Maton