3 edition of Extracts from debates in Dominion Parliament and British Columbia Legislative Council in 1871 found in the catalog.
Extracts from debates in Dominion Parliament and British Columbia Legislative Council in 1871
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 14900|
|Contributions||DeCosmos, Amor, 1825-1897.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (21 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||21|
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Legislative Council of British Columbia. 22 March British Columbia Legislative Council, 17 MarchProvince of BC, Confederation Debates I find the average of representation in the Dominion Parliament is one member to 15, That, on the basis ofgives eight members.
Province of Canada Legislative Council debates on Confederation. 15 February. Extracts from debates in Dominion Parliament and British Columbia Legislative Council in on the railway land clause of the terms of union of British Columbia with Canada.
John Herbert Turner succeeded Davie as Premier. David Williams Higgins served as speaker until March. The 14th Legislative Assembly of British Columbia sat from to The members were elected in the British Columbia general election held in September The British Columbia Liberal Party, led by Harlan Carey Brewster, formed the ing Brewster's death in MarchJohn Oliver became Premier.
John Walter Weart served as speaker until the start. Inside the Parliament Buildings in Victoria, British Columbia, the 87 elected representatives – called Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs) - meet to shape the future of the province.
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Follow @LoPInformation * Official reporting of the debates began in in the Senate, and in in the House of Commons. Prior to this, there was no official record of what was said in Parliament. For these early years, some volumes of the debates are in fact. PARLIAMENT OF VICTORIA PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES (HANSARD) LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY FIFTY-FIFTH PARLIAMENT FIRST SESSION Thursday, 6 October (extract from Book 5) Council — Clerk of the Legislative Council: Mr W.
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Title: Extracts from debates in Dominion Parliament and British Columbia Legislative Council in on the railway land clause of the terms of union of British Columbia with Canada. Publisher: Ottawa: MacLean, Roger, Description: vii, 24 p.
; 22 x 29 cm. Subject: Railroad land grants–British Columbia. Subject: Railroads–British. Document Information Date: By: Province of Canada (Parliament) Citation: Province of Canada, Parliament, Parliamentary Debates on the Subject of the Confederation of the British North America Provinces, 8th Parl, 3rd Sess, at Other formats: Click here to view the original document (PDF).
Click here to view the rest of the Confederation Debates. Browsing subject area: Legislation -- Periodicals (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from: Legislation -- Periodicals. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA MEMBERS OF THE 40TH PARLIAMENT BC Liberal Party Larson, Linda BC NDP Fraser, Scott.
NELSON-CRESTON NEW WESTMINSTER NORTH COAST NORTH ISLAND BC NDP Mungall, Michelle BC NDP Darcy, Judy BC NDP Rice, Jennifer BC NDP Trevena, Claire NORTH VANCOUVER- LONSDALE BC. The Canadian Parliamentary Historical Resources portal includes all debates, journals and committee documentation of the Senate and the House of Commons from the 1st Session of the 1st Parliament () until coverage at begins.* Historical sessional papers are also available from to This is a new edition of the “British North America Acts and Amendments” published by the Kings Printer in A new Part I has been added which contains an Historical Review from to In this Review will be found Extracts from the Capitulations, the Treaty of Paris, the Royal.
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In this work he set out a scheme of empire in which the British colonies would have the equivalent of dominion status.A study of the census in British Columbia may help to explain how the Dominion census actually worked during the late nineteenth and early part of this : Patrick A.