• Publications
  • Influence
The Nature and Scope of Provincial Autonomy: Oliver Mowat, the Quebec Resolutions and the Construction of the British North America Act *
In the 1930s, the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council was criticized for allegedly perverting the meaning of the British North America Act and the intentions of its framers. This notion persists,Expand
  • 8
  • PDF
As I Recall/Si je me souviens bien ed. by John Meisel, Guy Rocher, and Arthur Silver (review)
In these and other instances, Lapointe was able to take advantage of King's dependence on the continued support of francophone Quebec and, increasingly from the mid-192os, Lapointe spoke for thatExpand
  • 4
2. Reform versus Loyalism: Two Canadian Myths
10. Amending the Constitution
3. Strangers in Their Own Land
Provincial Equality, Special Status and the Compact Theory of Canadian Confederation
Historically, Canadian Confederation was both a compact of equal provinces and a compact of founding peoples, which established the province of Quebec in order to conserve French-Canadian culture inExpand
  • 10
  • PDF