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by Edward McWhinney
Xvi, 170 pages ; 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Xvi, 170 pages ; 23 cm. 1. Constitutions in flux - 2. Canada's changing Constitution - 3. Quebec constitutional theory - 4. Quebec and provincial powers - 5. Ottawa stirs - 6. Quebec Acts: Bill 22 and 101 - 7. English Canada responds - 8. Quebec et al. v. Ottawa - 9. Ottawa's new initiatives - 10. The Constitutional Amendment Bill, 1978 - 11. Sober second thoughts - 12. No easy answers - 13. THe continuing dialect.
Constitution and Quebec, 1960-78. 0802054560 (ISBN13: 9780802054562).
The constitution of Quebec comprises a set of legal rules that arise from the follow categories: The provisions of the Constitution Act, 1867 pertaining to the provinces of Canada in general and Quebec in particular; The organic laws regarding the d. .
The constitution of Quebec comprises a set of legal rules that arise from the follow categories: The provisions of the Constitution Act, 1867 pertaining to the provinces of Canada in general and Quebec in particular; The organic laws regarding the distribution of powers of Quebec and the individual rights of persons: some fifteen Quebec laws, the main ones being An Act respecting the National Assembly, the Executive Power Act, the Election Act, the Referendum Act, the Charter of human rights an.
Book Description: Edward McWhinney offers the first thorough analysis of nearly two decades of constitutional development. His book examines Quebec’s demands since 1960 for social, economic, linguistic, and political self-determination, and the implications of these demands for our federal system. eISBN: 978-1-4875-7802-2. Subjects: Law, Political Science. Since the surprise victory of the Parti québécois in November 1976, English-Canada and assorted political leaders and pundits have become preoccupied with constitutional law and with the drafting of a new constitutional charter to replace the British North America Act of 1867.
Edward McWhinney offers the first thorough analysis of nearly two decades of constitutional development. It also looks at the new pressures on such federal institutions as the Senate and the Supreme Court coming from the constitutional proposals of the English-speaking premiers.
Quebec and the Constitution: 1960–78, pp. 105–107. Canada and the Constitution. Toronto: Fleet Books. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Tarnopolsky, W. 1975.
Edward Watson "Ted" McWhinney, QC (May 19, 1924 – May 19, 2015) was a Canadian lawyer and academic specializing in constitutional and international law. He was a Liberal Party Member of Parliament from 1993 to 2000 for the electoral district of Vancouver Quadra
Edward Watson McWhinney
Edward Watson McWhinney. May 19, 1924 Lismore, New South Wales, Australia. He has been a member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague and is a member of the Institut Grand-Ducal of Luxembourg, and of the Académie Internationale de Droit Comparé in Paris.
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Flag as Inappropriate. Royal Commissioner of Enquiry to the Government of Quebec; Special Commissioner of Enquiry for the Government of British Columbia; special adviser to the Canadian delegation to the United Nations General Assembly, as well as constitutional and international law adviser to a number of foreign governments.
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