POL214Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Union Framework Agreement, Canadian Identity, Derangement

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But the process for accepting the charlottetown accord was to go to a referendum of people so all canadians were asked what they thought of these new constitutional provisions. 55% of canadians voted against charlottetown accord so much less elite driven. In 1995, qc still hasn"t signed on to the constitution. So there"s another referendum: quebec referendum (1995) on the question of quebec separation ask quebeckers if they wanted to pursue separation from canada or stay within the canadian federation. 52. 6 voted for the province to remain within canada. Slide: [image: take away points (2), 1. Manitoba, part of the legislative assembly he objected strongly to the exclusion of the indigenous peoples in the. 12 days left when it came to the vote, clock is ticking. Slide: informal means to reform the constitution: there have been things like, parliamentary resolution.

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