March 31, 1905 (10th Parliament, 1st Session)

LIB

Thomas Walter Scott

Liberal

Mr. SCOTT.

The only change which took place in that clause was this

That is the change that took place in London.

that instead of its being confined to both
Canadas, it was broadened to include the provinces which entered confederation. ... It was the sine qua non of the Protestant minority of their entrance into confederation.
There cannot be any doubt, if we accept that statement, that this provision which was put into the British North America Act referred, not only to the two Canadas, but to all provinces entering confederation, and, I take it, to all provinces that will enter confederation in the future.

Topic:   PROVINCIAL AUTONOMY IN THE NORTHWEST.
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