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Below are named legal documents that are directly related to the myth known as Canada.
A timeline of Canada’s history.

 
1763: First “Letters Patent” issued by the British Crown
1841 – 1866: Governor Generals of the Province of Canada
 
OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTS
Interpretation Act, 1985 <Click to View>. This Interpretation Act, under the definitions section, states clearly what “Canada” is (page 21): Canada, for greater certainty, includes the internal waters of Canada and the territorial sea of Canada; And again the definition that follows it is “Canadian Waters” and it is defined as: Canadian waters, includes the territorial sea of Canada and the internal waters of Canada; The key word here in identifying a grand deception is the word “includes”. Every law dictionary (and others) define includes as “to contain” and one of the universal common law maxims (principles of law) that Canada was founded upon states, for further clarity, “The inclusion of one is the exclusion of all others.” It is clear, with the definition of “includes” above, what The Interpretation Act defines Canada as. And it is even clearer when Canada is described as the exact same thing as “Canadian Waters”. So… What is Canada?

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Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1946: BNA Act

Mr. Kuhl’s final year serving as a politician, he brought forward Canada’s constitutional problems in the House of Commons. Here is the transcript of that entry.

CANADA A COUNTRY WITHOUT A CONSTITUTION

A Factual Examination Of The Constitutional Problem

By Walter F. Kuhl Member Of Parliament
Jasper-Edson 1935-1949
January 1977
“It is therefore easy to see why Canada
is 
not a confederation…”

Dr. Maurice Ollivier, K.C.,
Joint Law Clerk,
House of Commons, before the Special Committee
on the British North America Act, 1935

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1760 – 1763: Treaty of Paris aka Treaty of Peace and Friendship

OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTS

Upper Canada Land Surrenders – Text

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Upper Canada Land Surrenders – Summary

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Canadian Bill of Rights, 1960

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The Quebec Act 1774

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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 1992: Charlottetown Accord, FAILED


Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1982: Constitution Act includes Charter of Rights and Freedoms, an act created by the UK Parliament on behalf of the Queen of England

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1975: BNA Act Part 1 and 2

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1965: BNA Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1960: BNA Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1952: Royal Styles and Titles Act, created the “Queen of Canada”

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1949: Newfoundland Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1947: New “Letters Patent” signed by the PM Mackenzie King

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1940: BNA Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1931: Statute of Westminster – ending the letters patent/BNA act, allowing Canada to Confederate

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1923: Imperial Conferences

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1907: Imperial Conferences

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1926: Balfour Declaration

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1907: BNA Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1893: Statute Law Revisions Act (UK) – Removal of Sec. 2 of the BNA act, legally removing the Monarchy from Canada

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1889: Interpretations Act (UK) – Sec. 18, Par. 3 – stating Canada is a Colony

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1886  BNA Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1871  BNA Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1871 BC Union

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1869: Deed of Surrender

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1867 BNA Act passed by British Parliament hand picked from the Quebec Res

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1791: The Constitutional Act

 

Interpretations ACT Canada Infographic(10)

Fact About The ACTS

 

1951 BNA Act

The British North America Act, 1951 An Act to amend The British North America Act, 1867

 

1873 Prince Edward Island Terms of Union

Prince Edward Island Terms of Union (Order of Her Majesty in Council Admitting Prince Edward Island into the Union) At the Court at Windsor, the 26th day of June, 1873

1670 Hudson's Bay Company Charter

Royal Charter of the Hudson’s Bay Company -1670

The Interim Transitional National Council of the Republic of Alberta

Below is the The Interim Transitional National Council of the Republic of Alberta.The Interim Transitional National Council of the Republic of Alberta

 

Letter to Rene Levesque Addressing Quebec’s Will To Seperate

In this letter he made it clear to Mr. Levesque that Quebec was, and continues to be, a sovereign nation, as do ALL provinces in Corporation of Canada.

Never Have so Many Known so Little About so Much HO, CANADA ! by R. Rogers Smith, ( Chief Wapanatak )

Canada is merely a geographical expression, not a political entity, says R. Rogers Smith, long-time battler for the right of Canadians to vote as Canadians, a right he claims they have never possessed.

In his final chapter the author proposes a “ do-it-yourself ” method whereby the individual Canadian can assert this right.

Writing often in a style, which has brought consternation to officialdom, R. Rogers Smith blends a scholar’s knowledge of Canada’s political history with a formidable array of facts, which cannot be disputed.

Here you will learn why the author states that: the American Civil War cost Canada more than the combined losses of North and South; that the British North America Act of 1867 was designed to keep Canada in colonial status; that as regards the Governor-General, there has been no alteration in the constitution of Canada since the capitulation of Montreal in 1760; that there is not now, nor ever has been a confederation of the provinces of Canada; nor has provision ever been made for the Canadian to exercise his franchise by voting as a Canadian*

Challenging controversial, plain spoken, HO, CANADA ! has not triggered any lively discussion but has prompted cover up action by the Canadian Government since its first publication, in 1965.

OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTS

Acts of the Parliament, 1987

OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTS

Interpretation Act, 1985. This Interpretation Act, under the definitions section, states clearly what “Canada” is (page 21): Canada, for greater certainty, includes the internal waters of Canada and the territorial sea of Canada; And again the definition

OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTS

Merchant Shipping Act, 1894

OTHER RELATED DOCUMENTS

Colonial Courts of Admiralty Act, 1890

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1987: Meech Lake Accord aka the Constitutional Accord, failed


Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1985: Governor General’s Act


Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1982: Canada Act, an act created by the “Government of Canada” for the Queen of England.

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1974: BNA Act

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1964: BNA Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1952: BNA Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1951: BNA Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1948: Income Tax Act, created as an order-in-council

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1946: BNA Act

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1943: BNA act, repealed by the Constitution Act, 1982

In 1982, this Act was renamed the Constitution Act, 1940. British North America Act1943. This Act delayed redistribution of seats in the Canadian House of Commons until the end of World War II. This Act was repealed in 1982, as being completely outdated and obsolete. British North America Act, 1946

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1929 – 1930: Imperial Conferences

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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Papers Laid before The Imperial Conference  1911

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1930: BNA Act

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1915: BNA Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1905: Alberta act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1905: Saskatchewan Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1891 Judicature Acts (UK) – Ending the “Court of Chancery”

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1876  Indian Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1871  Treaty of Washington

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1870: Manitoba Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1868 Rupert’s Land Act

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1864 Quebec Resolutions / British North America (BNA) Act created

 

Canada Corporation Historic Facts

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1865  Colonial Laws Validity Act

 

1982 Royal Proclamation

Whereas in the past certain amendments to the Constitution of Canada have been made by the Parliament of the United Kingdom as the request and with the consent of Canada;

 

1982 Canada Act, an act created by the “Government of Canada” for the Queen of England.

An Act to give effect to a request by the Senate and House of Commons of Canada

 

1983 Constitution Amendment Proclamation.

1983: Constitution Amendment Proclamation, 1983. An amendment of the Constitution Act, 1982 converting the status of the “Aboriginal People” from Sovereign to “Persons”.

 

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