The Constitution of Canada » J.J.'s Complete Guide to Canada

The Constitution of Canada » J.J.'s Complete Guide to Canada

Bilingualism- have equality of status and equal rights and privileges as to their use in all institutions of the Parliament and Government of Canada, it has been entrenched in the Constitution of Canada since 1867

Bilingualism- have equality of status and equal rights and privileges as to their use in all institutions of the Parliament and Government of Canada, it has been entrenched in the Constitution of Canada since 1867

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Our Immoral and Unrighteous Government_The federal government of the United State has taken unto itself powers far in excess of those enumerated powers assigned to it under the Constitution. Before we trust them with more power, let’s look at what they do with the power that they have already.

Our Immoral and Unrighteous Government_The federal government of the United State has taken unto itself powers far in excess of those enumerated powers assigned to it under the Constitution. Before we trust them with more power, let’s look at what they do with the power that they have already.

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Archive of Law Library of Congress--commemerative observations regarding Black History Month  http://www.loc.gov/law/help/commemorative-observations/african-american.php#

Archive of Law Library of Congress--commemerative observations regarding Black History Month http://www.loc.gov/law/help/commemorative-observations/african-american.php#

There is no one exclusive Metis People in Canada, anymore than there is no one exclusive Indian people in Canada. The Metis of eastern Canada and northern Canada are as distinct from Red River Metis as any two peoples can be. . . . As early as 1650, a distinct Metis community developed in LeHeve [sic], Nova Scotia, separate from Acadians and Micmac Indians. All Metis are aboriginal people. All have Indian ancestry.   R. Gaffney et al., Broken Promises: The Aboriginal Constitutional…

There is no one exclusive Metis People in Canada, anymore than there is no one exclusive Indian people in Canada. The Metis of eastern Canada and northern Canada are as distinct from Red River Metis as any two peoples can be. . . . As early as 1650, a distinct Metis community developed in LeHeve [sic], Nova Scotia, separate from Acadians and Micmac Indians. All Metis are aboriginal people. All have Indian ancestry. R. Gaffney et al., Broken Promises: The Aboriginal Constitutional…

Obama resignation or arrest, Douglas Vogt McInnish V Chapman Paige V Vermont US Supreme Court cases, Arpaio Zullo investigation results, Oba...

Obama resignation or arrest, Douglas Vogt McInnish V Chapman Paige V Vermont US Supreme Court cases, Arpaio Zullo investigation results, Oba...

SOCIAL MEDIA "TACTICAL INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION": Spying and Propaganda using Facebook, Twitter

SOCIAL MEDIA "TACTICAL INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION": Spying and Propaganda using Facebook, Twitter

In America's Secret Destiny (1944), Manly P. Hall revealed that America's planners and founders were occult initiates working towards building A New World Order. America's Secret Destiny. Weapons of Mass Destruction Found http://www.taroscopes.com/miscellanous-pages/weapons-additional.html Benjamin Franklin, James Madison and Alexander Hamilton, were three of the men who framed the infernal ConstitutioN. Their document served the American aristocracy, not the people.

In America's Secret Destiny (1944), Manly P. Hall revealed that America's planners and founders were occult initiates working towards building A New World Order. America's Secret Destiny. Weapons of Mass Destruction Found http://www.taroscopes.com/miscellanous-pages/weapons-additional.html Benjamin Franklin, James Madison and Alexander Hamilton, were three of the men who framed the infernal ConstitutioN. Their document served the American aristocracy, not the people.

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Canada  marks its 147th birthday on July 1 !  Canada Day marks the anniversary of  the Constitution Act of 1867, joining Nova Scotia, New Br...

Canada marks its 147th birthday on July 1 ! Canada Day marks the anniversary of the Constitution Act of 1867, joining Nova Scotia, New Br...

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