Is Canada a country?

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That seems silly. But it seems they never formed Canada properly in law.

Canada is Not Sovereign –But De Facto Doctrine Applies 

Summary:
Summary Canada is not sovereign? Google says the fourth most-searched question about Canada is, “Is Canada a country?” That seems silly. But it seems they never formed Canada properly in law. If so, then it exists due to the de facto doctrine. The de facto doctrine prevents anarchy.

Background Canadians are told the British North American Act (“BNA Act”) in 1867 united the four provinces (Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia) into a political entity called Canada. 



Being sovereign means not being subservient to another country’s laws. But the 1867 BNA Act is a British law. In fact, the UK Government web site, legislation.co.uk, lists it. That means the UK government can rescind their BNA Act at anytime. 

Sovereignty – Definition 

The U.S. Supreme Court defined what sovereignty means in their 1793 landmark case, Chisolm v. Georgia. 

The U.S. Supreme Court defined sovereignty in the famous 1793 Chisolm v. Georgia case: 

“The supreme, absolute, and uncontrollable power by which any independent state is governed; the self-sufficient source of political power, from which all specific political powers are derived; the international dependence of a state, combined with the right and power of regulating its internal affairs without foreign dictation…” 

Canada is Not Sovereign 

Pierre Trudeau repatriates the 1982 Constitution Act from the UK. But having to ask permission from another country means Canada is not sovereign.

In 1982 Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau “repatriated” the BNA Act from the United Kingdom. Basically, it was asking the UK for permission to amend the Constitution (Charter of Rights and Freedoms + the BNA Act) in the future without their permission.

As the BNA Act is a British law, and that law supposedly formed Canada, then Canada is not sovereign. In short, it is not “self-sufficient”, nor “without foreign dictation.”

Canada is Not Sovereign 
For example, it has the 1976 letter from Walter Kuhl, former Member of Parliament,

The Walter Kuhl Letter 

The Walter Kuhl letter is one that every Canadian should read – if for one reason only, to “jolt” the reader. Who is Walter Kuhl? Walter Kuhl was a teacher and elected politician to the Canadian House of Commons from 1935 to 1949.

Walter Kuhl wrote this letter in 1976 to Rene Levesque, Premier of Quebec, Leader of the Party Quebecois, when Levesque was stirring Quebec with its referendum for separation. So profound was this letter that Levesque went to Ottawa to meet with Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau to ask Trudeau if the Kuhl Letter was factual.

On a number of occassions, evidenced with all the historic legal documents in hand, Walter brought to other politician’s attention, the fact that Canada was never actually – lawfully – confederated into a sovereign state.

Some of the documents available here represent the evidence of his work:

  • Here is the 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 Canada.


Spruce Grove, Alta., R.R. I,
November 23rd, 1976. 

The Hon. Rene Levesque, 
Premier-elect, 
Province of Quebec, 
Quebec, P.Q. 

Dear Mr. Levesque:

Congratulations on your magnificent personal victory and that of your Parti

Quebecois in the recent Quebec election. 

As a student of Canadian constitutional history and of Canadian constitutional
problems for some 40 years, I am tremendously interested in the constitutional
implications of your recent political victory.

For 14 years, from 1935 to 1949, it was my privilege to serve as a member of the
House of Commons, from the province of Alberta. The withholding of assent to
some Alberta legislation in those years by the Lieutenant-Governor and the
disallowance of other Alberta legislation by the people at Ottawa, set me to
investigating how these things could be. I was assisted in my studies by R.
Rogers Smith, who was personally acquainted with a onetime private secretary
to John A. MacDonaId at the time when the B.N.A. Act was being enacted.
Through this source I have become acquainted with much information

concerning the history of the B.N.A. Act which is not to be found in text books. 

All this information has led me to the conclusion that the existing constitutional
circumstances are shocking to the point of unbelief. However, in my considered
opinion, after 40 years of intensive study, these existing constitutional
circumstances are of such a nature that they can be of extreme advantage to you
in governing your province.

I am enclosing copies of some of the addresses which I delivered in the House of
Commons on the subject, as well as copies of a pamphlet by Mr. Smith, dealing
with the same subject. If you have not already been made acquainted with this
material, I trust it will prove enlightening and helpful to you in the constitutional

considerations in which you obviously are going to become involved. 

Although the enclosed material should give you a clear outline of what I conceive
to be your present standing constitutionally as a province, 1 would like to give
you a brief summary of what I believe to be your present position.

So far as separation. is concerned, rather than it being necessary to seek
separation rights through a referendum, THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC IS
ALREADY COMPLETELY CONSTITUTIONALLY SEPARATED FROM THE 
REST OF CANADA ! ! ! ! This is equally true of every other province in
Canada and has been so since December 11, 1931, through the Statute of
Westminster.


HOW CAN YOU BE DIVORCED IF YOU HAVE NEVER BEEN MARRIED? 

In other words, ever since the enactment of the Statute of Westminster in 1931, by the British Government, each of the provinces of Canada has been a completely sovereign and independent state, and because the provinces have signed nothing since then constituting a Federal Union and a Federal Government, and because no such treaty has been ratified by the people of
Canada, the provinces still enjoy the status of sovereignty and are privileged to use it in any way they see fit.

As you will observe from the enclosed addresses, I quote eminent Canadian constitutional authorities as suggesting that the only and logical solution to the existing constitutional circumstances is the drafting and the adoption of a proper federal constitution in which the provinces can reserve for themselves any and all powers necessary to enable them to govern their provinces successfully.

I am sure you can appreciate that if this were done, you could solve your economic and other problems in Quebec without resorting to separation. I feel sure that having the ability to solve your problems and still remain constitutionally part of the country of Canada, would be much more satisfactory to your supporters as well as to others within your province.  

The following is a summary of the reasons for the things I have just stated:

1. At the time of Confederation movement in Canada, the Provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick desired to form a Federal Union.

2. The Quebec Resolutions of 1864 provided for a Federal Union.

3. The Bill drafted by the Canadian delegates at the London Conference in 1866 also provided for a Federal Union.

4. The Colonial Office of the Imperial Parliament was not disposed to grant the Provinces of Canada their request for a Federal Union.

5. The British North America Act enacted by the Imperial Parliament carried out neither the spirit nor the terms of the Quebec Resolutions.

6. Canada did not become a Federal Union or a Confederation under the British North America Act, but rather a United Colony. The privilege of  federation, therefore, was still a future privilege for the provinces of Canada.

7. The Parliament of Canada did not become the government of Canada, much less a federal government; it became merely the central legislature of a United Colony, a legislative body whose only power was that of aiding and advising the Governor-General as agent of the Imperial Parliament.

8. The British North America Act, as enacted by the Imperial Parliament, was not a constitution but merely an act of the Imperial Parliament, which united four colonies in Canada into one colony, with the supreme authority still remaining in the hands of the British government.

9. The privilege of federating became realizable for the provinces of Canada, only through the enactment of the Statute of Westminster on December 11, 1931. Through this statute, the Imperial Parliament relinquished to the people of Canada their sovereign rights, and through
them to their Provincial governments as their most direct agents.

10. Since December 11, 1931, the Provinces of Canada have not acted on their newly acquired status in the forming of a Federal Union, nor have the people of Canada ratified a constitution. Therefore, the original proposition, namely: that all power to govern in Canada resides at the
moment, with the Provinces of Canada; and, that all power legally remains there until such time as the Provinces sign an agreement and ratify a constitution whereby they may delegate such powers as they wish to a central government of their own creation. In the meantime, Canada exists as ten political units without a political superior.

Should you consider that there is merit in the information, which I have given you,
I would be very happy to meet with you personally to discuss in greater depth the
implications of the unprecedented constitutional circumstances prevailing in

Canada.

Yours for a better Canada, 

 

 

 

Walter F. Kuhl

[Member of Parliament for Jasper-Edson, 1935-1949]

 

In 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 to Rene Lévesque, then Premier of Quebec.

Delivered in the House of Commons on Thursday, November 8, 1945

A Distinctive National Flag and Constitutional Problems in Canada

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Mr. W. F. KUHL (Jasper-Edson): This resolution urges the expediency of Canada’s possessing a distinctive national flag. I agree that an anomaly exists with respect to the matter of a Canadian flag, and I, and my associates in parliament are in favour of removing this condition. But personally I consider that under the constitutional conditions prevailing in this country at the moment such action is premature. There are other and more important actions to be taken before it is appropriate to adopt a new flag.

 

The flag question is just one of the many anomalies which exist in Canada’s constitutional position. Some of these have’ been referred to this afternoon. One of them, the matter of Canadian citizenship is intended to be dealt with at this session. There are others, such as amendments to the constitution, appeals to the Privy Council, the power of disallowance, the matter of a federal district proper – and doubtless there are others. All these anomalies ought to be dealt with, and I am personally in favour of dealing with them at the earliest possible opportunity. But I consider that the present piecemeal method is improper as well as undemocratic. I contend that the people of Canada are not being consulted in the manner in which I believe they ought to be concerning their rights in these

questions.

 

To Account For Anomalies

 

I wish to indicate, Mr. Speaker, my reasons for contending that the method that is

proposed to attempt to remove these anomalies is improper and undemocratic.

Then I wish to indicate what I consider to be the proper method to use. To do this

I first wish to endeavour to, account for the constitutional circumstances in which

we find ourselves at the moment.

 

The question, which must occur to every hon. member of this house and to every other citizen in this country, is why do such anomalies exist in our constitutional position? How did they come about? There must be something in Canada’s constitutional history that accounts for the circumstances in which we find ourselves. No other part of the British Empire finds itself in the same circumstances. Why are these conditions peculiar to the people of Canada In  endeavouring to answer these questions, and in suggesting what I consider to be the proper remedy for them, I am not posing as a constitutional expert, although I may say it is now ten years since I began my studies on this subject, and I trust, I shall not be considered presumptuous in claiming to have added a little to my knowledge in that time.

 

The matters, which I wish to discuss, are those with which every public school child in the seventh and eighth grades, every high school student, and certainly every voter, should be thoroughly familiar. Every citizen in the land should know by what authority we do things in this country. On several occasions during the past two parliaments I have argued the case I am about to introduce, but very little attention was paid to my statements either in the house or out of it. On this occasion I intend to be heard, and if not, I demand to know the reason why. I

consider that the situation which I shall discuss is of such importance that a reply or a comment should certainly be forthcoming from the Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Ilsley) the Minister of Justice (Mr. St. Lauremt), and for that matter, from all hon. members of the house. I and the people who have sent me here have a right to know whether there is, or is not, a basis in fact for my contentions, and if there is, they have the right to know what is going to be done about it.

 

Submit Reasoned Argument 

 

I propose to make a reasoned argument supported by the best evidence I have been able to secure. If my argument is to be controverted, I demand that it be

met with a reasoned argument and not with personal abuse and statements, which are wholly irrelevant. I expect a more intelligent criticism of my argument than was exhibited by a certain hon. member when I discussed this subject in a previous parliament. In Hansard of April 8, 1938, at page 2183, this little exchange took place between the hon. member and myself for  Selkirk, Mr. Thorson:

 

Mr. Thorson: Would the hon. member indicate where he gets these queer ideas?

 

Mr. MacNicol: He has queer ideas of his own.

 

Mr. Kuhl: I continue:

Mr. Kuhl: I placed on Hansard on February 10 a clear outline of the reasons for

my statement. If the hon. member wishes to refute any of the facts or arguments,

which I placed before the house, I shall be pleased to hear the refutation.

 

Mr. Thorson: Why battle against windmills”.

 

I submit that the subject matter and the arguments which I presented on that occasion were worthy of more intelligent criticism than was exhibited by that hon. gentleman. I have long ago learned that when an individual has a weak  argument, or no argument at a1l, he usually resorts to personal abuse of his opponent. If hon. members have not a better argument to make than Mr. Thorson made on that occasion, I suggest that they hold their peace.

 

In submitting my argument, Mr. Speaker, I wish to assure you that I am actuated by the highest possible motives. We proudly proclaim our faith in democracy; we proclaim it from the housetops. I wish to urge that we practice what we preach. Let us demonstrate democracy instead of merely paying lip service to it.

 

It is my desire to see the people of Canada consulted where their fundamental rights are concerned. I wish to see government of the people by the people. These are the motives, which actuate me in what I have to say on this resolution.

 

In presenting the special case I am about to discuss I am not necessarily speaking as a member of the Social Credit group; I am speaking as a native of Canada. The matters on which I am to speak are of fundamental concern to every citizen of Canada regardless of his or her political persuasion. They are among the most serious matters upon which a citizen can be called to think; they are the bedrock considerations of human government.

 

Basic Premises

In order to endeavour to account for the contradictions in Canada’s constitutional position and to suggest a remedy therefore, I wish to lay down some fundamental premises on which I shall base my entire argument. Locke is credited with

saying:

 

“Men being by nature all free, equal, and independent, no one can be put out of this estate and subjected to the power of another without his consent. The only way whereby anyone divests himself of his natural liberty and puts on the bonds of civil society is by agreeing with other men to join and unite into a community.”

 

Jefferson, in the declaration of independence states:

 

“We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men arc created equal; that they

are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights: that among these

are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights

governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the

consent of the governed.”

 

Federal Union Defined

 

In addition to that promise, I wish to indicate the definition of a federal union.

What is a federal union? Bouvier in his law dictionary defines “federal

government” as: 

“A union or confederation of sovereign states, created either by treaty, or by the

mutual adoption of a federal constitution.”

 

Doctor Olivier, joint law clerk of the House of Commons, on page 85 of the report

of the special committee on the British North America Act, said:

 

“A confederation is a union of independent and sovereign states bound together

by a pact or a treaty for the observance of certain conditions dependent upon the

unanimous consent of the contracting parties, who are free to withdraw from the

union.”

 

  1. P. Newton, in his book entitled “Federal and Unified Constitutions,” at page 5

says:

 

“A federal state is a perpetual union of several sovereign states based first upon

a treaty between those states or upon some historical status common to them all,

and secondly upon a federal constitution accepted by their citizens.”

 

Two points stand out prominently in these definitions. The first is that the states,

which form the union, must be sovereign, free and independent before they

federate; the second, that the federal constitution, which forms the basis of the

union, must be accepted by the citizens of the federating states. I think it

worthwhile in this connection to point out that when the states of Australia

federated, the people of Australia were provided with two opportunities of voting

on their constitution. I should like to quote a paragraph from a history of the

Australian constitution by Quick and Garran. This paragraph is on the meaning of

the words “have agreed” in the constitution, and it states:

 

“These words make distinct and emphatic reference to the consensus of the

people arrived at through the procedure, in its various successive stages,

prescribed by the substantially similar enabling acts adopted by the legislatures

of the concurring colonies. In four of the colonies acts were passed enabling the

people to take part in the framing and the acceptance or rejection of a federal

constitution for Australia. Through those acts the people agreed, first to send

representatives to a federal convention charged with duty of framing for Australia

a federal constitution under the Crown in the form of a bill for enactment by the

Imperial Parliament, and, secondly, they agreed to pronounce their judgment

upon the constitution at a referendum, which in each colony was arranged to

follow the convention. In all the colonies, the constitution was eventually referred

to the people. At this referendum, each voter was eligible to vote by ballot “yes”

or “no” on the question asked on the ballot paper, “Are you in favour of the

proposed federal constitution?”

 

In this manner, there was, in four colonies, a popular initiative and finally in all the

colonies a popular ratification of the constitution, which is thus legally the work,

as it will be for all time, the heritage of the Australian people. This democratic 

method of establishing a new form of government may be contrasted with the

circumstances and conditions under which other federal constitutions became

law.

 

Federal Union Desired in 1867

 

Now I should like to ask a few questions concerning our position in Canada. Did

the provinces of Canada desire federal union? The Quebec resolutions, the

London resolutions, and the draft of the bill by the London delegates all indicate

that the provinces of Canada desired federal union. The preamble to the Quebec

resolutions reads:

 

“The best interests and present and future prosperity of British North America will

be promoted by a federal union under the Crown.”

 

Clause 70 of the Quebec resolutions indicates that whatever agreement was

arrived at by the delegates would be submitted to the provinces for their

approval. It reads:

 

“The sanction of the imperial and local parliaments shall be sought for the union of the provinces, on the principles adopted by the conference.”

 

Furthermore, a bill drafted in London by the Canadian delegates contains the

same preamble that appears in the Quebec resolutions, and this draft bill also

contains a repealing clause which hon. members can find on page 179 of Pope’s

“Confederation Documents”. It reads:

 

“From and after the union, all acts and parts of acts passed by the Parliament of Great Britain, the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, the Legislature of Upper Canada, the Legislature of Lower Canada, the Legislature of Canada, the Legislature of Nova Scotia, or the Legislature of New Brunswick, which are repugnant to or inconsistent with the provisions of this act shall be and the same are hereby repealed.”

 

Canada Not Federated Under B.N.A. Act

The next question is: Did Canada becomes a federal union under the British North America Act. I submit that the manner in which the bill was drafted and the manner in which it was enacted throw much light on the answer to this question. The law officers of the Crown attached to the colonial office drafted the act. Lord Carnarvon, Secretary of State for the colonies was the chairman of the conference. Sir Frederick Rogers, Under-secretary for the colonies, in Lord Blachford’s Letters, is quoted as saying at page 301:

 

“They held many meetings at which I was always present. Lord Carnarvon was in the chair, and I was rather disappointed in his power of presidency.” In reading accounts of the times, it is quite obvious that the bill, which was drafted by the colonial office, seems to have prevailed over that which was drafted by the delegate from Canada. The title and preamble of the bill drafted by the Colonial Office read:

 

“The union of the British North American colonies, and for the government of the united colony. Whereas the union of the British North American colonies for the purposes of government and legislation would he attended with great benefits to the colonies and be conducive to the interests of the United Kingdom; -“

 

That is the preamble of the draft bill submitted by the colonial office, whereas the

preamble of the bill drafted by the Canadian delegates read:

 

“Whereas the provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick have expressed their desire to form a federal union under the British Crown for the purpose of government and legislation, based upon the principles of the British constitution;”

 

I submit, Mr. Speaker, no evidence is to be found to show that the preamble, which we find in the printed copies of the British North America Act in Canada, was either discussed or proven in the British Parliament. This preamble reads:

 

“Whereas the provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick have

expressed there desire to be federally united into one dominion-“

 

Lord Carnarvon, who introduced the bill on February 19, 1867, used these words as reported at page 559 of the British Hansard:

 

“The bill opens by reciting the desire of the several provinces to be federally

united.”

 

Furthermore Lord Campbell, speaking to the bill on February 26 of the same year, is reported at page 1012 of the British Hansard as having said:

 

“The bill is founded, I believe, on what is termed the Quebec scheme of 1864. When the resolution, which alone engages the Nova Scotian Parliament, was in debate, its whole tenor, as our papers show, were against that project. The leader of the government was understood distinctly to renounce it. Our rights indeed may be imperfect upon this part of the subject, and I will not dwell upon it. But one thing is clear the preamble of the resolution comes before us in full and perfect authenticity. The preamble lays down the expediency of confederating

British North America.”

 

I submit it should be evident from these quotations that the preamble, which was discussed, was that to be found in the Quebec resolutions, not the one we find in the printed copies of the British North America Act in Canada. 

 

A pertinent question to ask at this point would be: When was the present preamble placed in the British North America Act? Why was it not discussed in the British Parliament, and, furthermore, what is the significance of an act bearing a preamble which was not even discussed, let alone proven? Another point of significance in connection with this, I believe, is the undue haste with which the bill was passed through the Imperial Parliament. When second reading was called for, the bill was not even printed. At page 1090 of British Hansard for

February 27, 1867, we find these words:

 

Mr. Hatfield said he rose to ask the government why it was the second reading of this bill had been fixed for to-morrow. It was one, which affected 4,000,000 of people, and upon, which great doubts and differences of opinion were entertained. It was not yet printed and was of so important a character that he thought some little time ought to elapse after it was in the hands of the members before it was introduced in order that some little consultation should take place

upon it. He was not at all sure that he should be opposed to it, but he certainly required more time to consider it.

 

Later, on page 1195, on February 28, we find this:

 

He (Mr. Hatfield) thought that a bill of such great importance ought not to be passed through parliament with such haste. It was read a third time in the House of Lords only on Tuesday night and two days after they were called to give it a second reading in that house (Commons) that was a bad precedent to establish and might produce ill effect at another time. If the bill had been delayed only for a few weeks, the people of Nova Scotia would have been able to express an opinion upon it. He had not had time to consider either the bill itself or the papers

on the subject, which had been put into his hands.

 

Another significant statement is that by John Bright, which we find at page 1181 of British Hansard for February 28, 1867, as follows:

 

“I have heard there is, at present in London, a petition complaining of the hasty proceedings of Parliament and asking for delay signed by 31,000 adult male, of the province of Nova Scotia; and, that petition is, in reality, signed by at least half of all the male inhabitants of that province. So far as I know, the petition does not protest absolutely against union but against the manner in which it is being carried out by this scheme and bill, and by the hasty measures of the colonial office.

 

Nobody pretends that the people of Canada prefer a nominated council to an elective council. I regret very much that they have not adopted another system with regard to their council or senate, because I am satisfied – I have not a particle of doubt with regard to it – that we run a great danger of making this act work ill almost from the beginning – – –

 

For my share, I want the population of these provinces to do that which they

believe to be the best for their own interests – remain with this country if they like,

or become independent states if they like.”

 

Conclusions

From the evidence, which I have thus far submitted, I draw the following

conclusions:

 

  1. The provinces of Canada desired a federal union.
  2. The Quebec resolutions provided for a federal union.
  3. The bill drafted by the Canadian delegates at the London conference, also provided for a federal union,
  4. The colonial office was not disposed to grant the provinces of Canada their request for a federal union.
  5. The British North America Act, enacted by the Imperial Parliament, carried out neither the spirit nor the terms of the Quebec resolutions.
  6. Canada did not become a federal union under the British North America Act, but rather a united colony. The privilege of federating, therefore, was still a future privilege.
  7. The Parliament of Canada did not become the government of Canada, much less a federal government. It became merely the central legislature of a united colony, a legislative body whose only power was that of aiding and advising the Governor General as agent of the Imperial Parliament.
  8. The British North America Act, as enacted by the Imperial Parliament, was not a constitution, but merely an Act of the Imperial Parliament, which united four colonies in Canada into one colony with the supreme authority still remaining in the hands of the British government.

 

Further Evidence

As further evidence that the British North America Act was not a constitution, and that Canada did not become a federal union, I refer to the definition of the term “dominion” which is to be found in section 18, paragraph 3 of the Interpretation Act of 1889. It reads as follows:

 

“The expression ‘colony’ shall mean any of Her Majesty’s dominions, exclusive of the British islands and of British India; and where parts of such dominions are under both a central legislature and local legislatures, all parts under the central legislature shall, for the purpose of this definition be deemed to be one colony.”

 

Excepting Canada, no country in the empire had a central legislature and local legislatures. Therefore, according to this definition made twenty-two years after the enactment of the British North America Act, Canada is deemed to be one colony.

To show that I am not alone in my conclusions I quote some of the statements of

recognized Canadian constitutional authorities before the special committee on

the British North America Act in 1935.

 

Doctor W. P. M. Kennedy, Professor of Law in the University of Toronto, at page 69 of the report states:

 

“I think we have got to get away from the idea that the British North American Act is a contract “or treaty”. I do not want to go into that, but it is true neither in history nor in law. The British North America Act is a statute, and has always been interpreted as a statute.”

 

Professor N. McL. Rogers, of Queen’s University, at page 115 of the report states in reply to a question by Mr. Cowan:

 

Mr. Cowan: You do not subscribe to the belief that this was a pact or contract?

 

Mr. Rogers: I am thoroughly convinced it is not, either in the historical or the legal sense.

 

Then I would quote Doctor Beauchesne, Clerk of the House of Commons, who at page 125 states.

 

“It is quite true that if we apply to the British North America Act the principles followed in the interpretation of statutes, it is not a compact between provinces; it is an act of parliament which does not even embody all the resolutions passed in Canada and in London prior to its passage in the British Parliament where certain clauses that had not been recommended by the Canadian Provinces were added.”

 

The evidence which I have submitted establishes to my satisfaction that there has been at no time in Canada any agreement, pact or treaty between the provinces creating a federal union and a federal government. The privilege to federate therefore was still a future privilege for the provinces of Canada.

 

Provinces Completely Sovereign

 

Since the Provinces must enjoy the condition of sovereignty and independence

before they can federate, it was necessary that the British government relinquish

its authority over them. This was done through the enactment of the Statute of

Westminster on December 11, 1931. By section 7, paragraph 2, of this statute,

the Provinces of Canada were made sovereign, free and independent in order

that they might consummate the federal union which they wished to create in

1867, but were not permitted to do so.

 

Since December 11, 1931, the Provinces of Canada have not acted on their newly acquired status; they have not signed any agreement, they have not adopted a constitution, and the people of Canada have not ratified a constitution. Such action should have been taken immediately upon the enactment of the Statute of Westminster. It is by reason of the failure of the Provinces and of the people of Canada to take this action that all the anomalies in our present position exist. We have been trying since 1931 to govern ourselves federally, under an

instrument, which was nothing more than an act of the Imperial Parliament for the purpose of governing a colonial possession.

 

Not only has this anomalous condition obtained since 1931, but it has done so without any reference whatsoever having been made to the Canadian people. They have not been consulted on anything pertaining to constitutional matters. Before there can be a federal union in Canada and a federal government, the Provinces of Canada must be free and independent to consummate such a union. They have been free to do so since December 11, 1931, but they have not done so.

 

Canada Without a Constitution

I therefore pose this question: Whence does the Dominion Parliament derive its

authority to govern this country? The Imperial Parliament cannot create a federal

union in Canada or constitute a federal government for the people of Canada by

virtue of the British North America Act or any other act. Only the people of

Canada can do this, and they have not yet done so.

 

Since December 11, 1931, as an individual citizen of this country I have had the

right to be consulted on the matter of a constitution. I have had the right along

with my fellow citizens to ratify or to refuse to ratify a constitution, but I have not

been consulted in any way whatsoever. I assert therefore that until I, along with a

majority of Canadians, ratify a constitution in Canada, there can be no

constitution, and I challenge successful contradiction of that proposition.

 

Mr. POULIOT: Were you born in 1867?

 

Mr. KUHL: Not that I recall.

 

Mr. JOHNSTON: Were you?

 

Mr. POULIOT: No.

 

Mr. KUHL: Those who were in charge of Canadian affairs in 1931 were under obligation to acquaint the people of Canada with the constitutional position obtaining at the time and to prepare them so that they would be able to act upon their altered status. 

 

Mr. JAENICKE: What about section 7 of the Statute of Westminster?

 

Mr. KUHL: I have already answered that. I have indicated the position of the British North America Act, and have pointed out that the people of Canada have not accepted it as a constitution.

 

Mr. JAENICKE: The Statute of Westminster made the provinces autonomous?

 

Mr. KUHL: Yes.

 

Mr. JAENICKE: What about section 7 of the Statute of Westminster?

 

Mr. KUHL: Which one?

 

Mr. JAENICKE: Amending the British North America Act.

 

Mr. KUHL: Just exactly as I have said, there can be no constitution in Canada, whether it is on the basis of the British North America Act or any other act, until the people of Canada accept it. They have not accepted it.

 

Mr. COLDWELL: We have been acting under the British North America Act since

1867.

 

Mr. KUHL. That does not alter the situation.

 

Mr. JAENICKE: What are you going to do about it? 

 

Remedy For Condition

 

Mr. KUHL: Before I resume my seat I shall indicate definitely what to do about it. The people of Canada have not acted on the altered constitutional status; hence the deplorable constitutional position in which we find ourselves in this country. I know of no country, which is in such shocking constitutional circumstances as Canada. As a native of this country it is most humiliating to me to be obliged to continue to accept this position, and I am determined to do my part to rectify that position.

 

Legally, Canada is in a state of anarchy, and has been so since December 11, 1931. All power to govern in Canada since the enactment of the Statute of Westminster has resided with the provinces of Canada, and all power legally remains there until such time as the provinces sign an agreement and ratify a constitution; whereby, they delegate such powers, as they desire upon a central government of their own creation. Since December 11, 1931, the Parliament of Canada has governed Canada on assumed power only. It is imperative that this situation be dealt with in a fundamental way. Patchwork methods will not suffice. 

 

Obviously the first act is that the provinces of Canada shall sign an agreement authorizing the present parliament to function as a provisional government. That is number one in answer to my hon. friend. Secondly, steps must then be taken to organize and elect a constituent assembly whose purpose will be to draft a constitution which must later be agreed to by the provinces and then ratified by the people of Canada. The dominion-provincial conference is to reconvene in the near future. This would be a most appropriate time and a most appropriate occasion on which to initiate action of this kind. I trust that the delegates to this conference will not disappoint us in this matter. I shall observe with much interest what will be said in this conference on constitutional relationships in Canada.

 

Proposals Endorsed

To show that I am not alone in my proposal I quote Doctor Beauchesne from the evidence of the special committee on the British North America Act in 1935. On page 126 of the evidence he is credited with saying:

 

 “-The Statute of Westminster has altered our status. The time has come, in my humble opinion, when the British North America Act, except as to minority rights, should be transformed and a new constitution more in conformity with present conditions should be adopted. Amendments here and there would be mere patchwork, which could not last. The people of 1935 are different from those of 1867. What we want is a new constitution. The new constitution must leave nobody with a grievance. A spirit of conciliation should predominate. For these reasons, the task must be entrusted to an independent body in which all the elements of the country will be represented. I, therefore, beg to suggest an imposing constituent assembly formed of eminent men coming from all parts of Canada. Provincial conferences, attended by a few ministers meeting behind closed doors, would hardly satisfy public opinion. The debate should be public. I want the assembly to sit in a city in the west. It would not be necessary for a

delegate to be a Member of Parliament or of a provincial Legislature.” 

 

And on page 128 Doctor Beauchesne is reported as follows:

“I would suggest that the assembly do not sit in Ottawa, in order that it may not

have the appearance of being dominated or even influenced by the dominion

power; and as the western provinces are of such paramount importance in the

country, I suggest the best city for the representatives to gather in would be

Winnipeg.” 

 

And again on page 131:

“There have been many disputes about provincial rights since 1867 and it seems

certain that when a new constitution is drawn up, the distribution of federal and

provincial powers will have to be modified.”

 

And page 135:

“I think the time is ripe for a change in the constitution. I do not think you would

need much publicity in order to draw to the attention of the people of this country

that the British North America Act is inadequate.”

And finally on page 129:

“Whether our country should be changed from a dominion to a kingdom is also a

subject which might be discussed. I would suggest that the country should be

called “the federated states of Canada.”

 

I should also like to quote in this connection a resolution, which was adopted at a

convention of Social Credit supporters and monetary-reform-minded people held

in the city of Edmonton in 1942. This resolution is to be found at page 59 in the

publication “Prepare Now,” issued by the Bureau of Information, Legislative

Building, Edmonton. It reads as follows:

 

“Whereas the statute of Westminster, in granting complete sovereignty and

equality with Great Britain to Canada and other nations of the British

Commonwealth, has changed the relative positions of the provincial and federal

governments as provided in the B.N.A. Act;

 

and, Whereas it is desirable and expedient in the interests of national unity that an interprovincial conference of appropriate representatives of the Canadian Provinces be held for the purpose of reviewing and adjusting the constitutional relationship as between the Provinces and their central government with a view to providing effective democratic government in Canada;

 

Therefore be it resolved that without in any way prejudicing or jeopardizing the

rights and privileges of any minority group in Canada, a comprehensive

conference of representatives of the Provinces be held for the purpose of

considering:

 

  1. The existing legislative and administrative organization in the provincial and federal spheres.
  2. A more expedient allocation of powers as between the provincial and federal authorities.
  3. Ways and means of facilitating the drafting, the adoption and the implementation of a Canadian constitution in keeping with the rights granted in the Statute of Westminster.

 

I contend, Mr. Speaker, that such are the actions, which should be taken before it is appropriate to adopt a distinctive national flag. I submit that the adoption of a new flag of our own designing should be the crowning act to putting our constitutional house in order. 

 

I believe that the statements, which I have placed upon the record, are historical facts. I believe that the conclusions, which I have drawn from these facts are the only ones, which can be drawn from them, and I believe, consequently, that the solution, which I have suggested, is the only one adequate for the circumstances. If hon. members of this assembly can successfully dispute either the facts which I have submitted or the conclusions which I have drawn there from, I shall be prepared to withdraw those conclusions, but if they do not do so, I believe the

people of the country have a right to know what they propose to do in the circumstances.

 

It was my intention to move an amendment, but as one has been moved already I shall refrain from doing so until the amendment already moved has been dealt with. So far as the substance of that amendment is concerned, I repeat what I have previously indicated. I think it is premature to consider any flag, either the one suggested in the amendment or any other. There are other and more important actions to be taken before we can consider the adoption of a new flag.

 

 

Walter Kuhl’s research included accessing the Queen’s private library underneath London’s Hyde Park. That is why Kuhl concluded Canada was never lawfully confederated into a sovereign state. Kuhl discussed this in Parliament. The Hansards recorded it.


That is why Kuhl concluded Canada was never lawfully confederated into a sovereign state. Kuhl discussed this in Parliament. The Hansards recorded it – link

http://historylessonsdeleted.blogspot.com/2019/03/canada-country-without-constitution.html

Rogers Smith wrote a book in 1965 called Ho Canada! Smith also argues Canada is not sovereign. It also details his search in Canada for a copy of the BNA Act (he found none)
http://historylessonsdeleted.blogspot.com/2019/08/never-have-so-many-known-so-little_29.html

In 2006 Patrick Anthony Ellis published Fabrication of a Nation(click on it to download his 92-page essay). Ellis also proposes Canada is not sovereign.
http://historylessonsdeleted.blogspot.com/2019/12/fabrication-of-nation-by-patrick.html
Also you may Download PDF
https://bcfreedom.files.wordpress.com/2016/11/fabrication-of-a-nation-the-true-history-of-canada.pdf

London’s Hyde Park near Buckingham Palace. Walter Kuhl was granted access to the Queen’s private library underneath Hyde Park. He concluded that Canada is not sovereign.

Kuhl discussed this in Parliament. The Hansards recorded it.

 

We earlier introduced Canadian judge Albert Constantineau and his 1910 law book, The De Facto Doctrine. It states on page 5:

The (de facto) doctrine is necessary to maintain the supremacy of the law and to preserve peace and order in the community at large, since any other rule would lead to such uncertainty and confusion, as to break up the order and quiet of all civil administration.”

On page 5 Constantineau continues, “The history of the world is the history of kingdoms and empires, and civilizations de facto, becoming de jure, because they are de facto.

Full Article below in Link

http://historylessonsdeleted.blogspot.com/2019/12/canadian-judge-albert-constantineau.html

Obedience to de facto law

15 No person shall be convicted of an offence in respect of an act or omission in obedience to the laws for the time being made and enforced by persons in de facto possession of the sovereign power in and over the place where the act or omission occurs.

So is the de facto doctrine in Canada’s Criminal Code because Canada is not sovereign? Hmm.

Canada’s Criminal Code uses the de facto doctrine

Conclusion

Canada Day is a national holiday every year on July 1st. In 2017, The federal Government spent half a billon dollars celebrating Canada’s 150th “birthday”. Even if Canada is not sovereign, the de facto doctrine allows us to celebrate being “Canadians”, eh?

Well millions are homeless – millions are unemployed – This is Why we are Creating a Constitution to end the lies – Articel below

http://historylessonsdeleted.blogspot.com/2019/12/ottawa-spending-half-billion-dollars.html

https://www.canlii.org/en/ca/laws/stat/rsc-1985-c-c-46/133488/rsc-1985-c-c-46.html#sec15

“WE THE PEOPLE”  We have had the Power since 1931

(UK) – Statute Law Revisions act, Removed of Sec. 2 of the BNA act, legally removing the Monarchy and all heirs from Canada upon Queen Victoria’s death in 1901.

1931: Statute of Westminster, ending the letters patent/BNA act, allowing Canada to Confederate. Key word here is (the letters patent) only the crown in chancery in England issue letters patent. Not the queen.



Travelling Truth Tour  – Dallas Hills and many others concerned in the Direction the Country has been going since the 1980 started doing some research for over 30 plus years – Collecting information from many historians have complied a data base of very important information 
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BC Refedration Party was formed in the 1990’s – Ed Anderson, Dallas Hills, Dennis Shaw, Dallas Hills, in Picture –  Terry Hand, Patrick Kapasky Mel Gartner,- and many others were working on a Solution on a Constitution – and putting the Power back to “We The People ” 

Direct Democracy was a Solution to remove corrupt Legislation – Allow the Sovereigns to create Legislation and Finally to create a Constitution  “For the People of The People by the People “- Referendums failed as the Clarity Act – ensure NO Referendums READ the Clarity Act Below

The BC Refederation Party argues that there are three constitutional flaws in Canada. The first, that there exists no confederation document approved democratically. The second, that there exists no democratically achieved constitutional documents federally or provincially and the third, that there is no constitutional basis for the federal government’s rights to collect income tax.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BC_Refederation_Party

BC Refederation Party – Wikipedia

The BC Refederation Party (abbreviated BC Refed) is a provincial political party in British Columbia, Canada advocating for a direct democracy and reforms to Canadian federalism.It was formed shortly after the 2000 federal election as the Western Independence Party of British Columbia with an explicit western separatist platform; it later renamed itself as the Western Refederation Party of …

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BC Federation was 30 years ahead of many – There were also many other Sovereigns for years working on FACTS – Now are numbers have grown exponential – with the latest fake elections – and the NEED for a real SOLUTION is here – All we need to do keep on educating together Nothing can stop the Truth – Please share the information – The more share the faster  we can have this Done

 

Here are some Videos and Information of the Journey to Inform and Educate more on the “Facts” the “We The People” are Sovereign and each of the Ten provinces and two Territories can 

Canada a country without a constitution is  – if not one of the best videos created how “We the People ” are governed under the Westminster – Parliamentary system – Democracy corrupt system.  During  this video it clearly explains Canada has NO Constitution – NO Federation Papers –  it also educates into Direct Democracy (RIC) which failed to control the Dictatorship and much more (because it is NOT BINDING) –  This video is powerful educational video  – Please forward to educate more so we may all get on the SOLUTION to end the fraud and corruption – UN Agenda 21/30 -Banking fraud – and all the unlawful ACT’s they have created to harm us “We THE People “

 

We also offered a #1000.00 dollar reward  in the early 2000’s for any one to produce the so-called federation papers- There has been another reward for $25 000 dollars in 2019 to produce these documents- good luck  – on finding them –  many have tried 

 

The Three Steps that Dennis Shaw, Terry Hand , Dallas Hills , Mel Gardner , and many more worked on in the late 1990 

 

# 1 Implement DD to remove corrupt legislation and allowing the Sovereigns to create Legislation to protect the people 

# 2 Allow the People of British Columbia to create a Constitution how they want to be governed , rather than be Dictated too – In the Constitution there was Accountability

#3 Was we were going to re-negotiate with Ottawa on there unlawful activities on a the Sovereign Country of British Columbia – and doing so other Countries would demand the same thing



Canada a Country without a Constitutions
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcpeZYaIirc&feature=youtu.be



Dallas in  Victoria  – Bank of Canada  Scam -October 15th 

This was educating more people but it was hijacked by George Soros and the real message was never to get on Main stream media – But it has always been controlled  – But now its 2019 and more are awake the Facts – the entire system is a LIE and must be removed

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Dallas Hills speech at the Capital BC Legislature BC Canada

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Attached in the comments are some information you may very informative 
Our solution is  are educating and uniting on a solution to end the Lies and corruption – Thank you all for being part of the Creation of our FIRST Constitution – removing the shackles of the BNA ACT and the Indian ACT

Travelling And Educating has been the foundation to inform More People 

We also ask for our important research and to Please Support the Travelling Truth Tour – So they may continue their work, research, Thank You – donations may be e-transferred to travelingtruthtour@outlook.com – our direct line is 403 -437 -1718 

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PREAMBLE Constitution – has started – Please get involved

HO CANADA – Russel Rogers Smith


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The Amazing Truck here belongs to Don Morrison – He has been using amazingly decorated truck to educate many of the issues WE THE PEOPLE must correct!
Because VOTING is NOT THE SOLUTION – Educate yourself to become Liberated 


Removing the INDIAN ACT –  BNA ACT – the first step to Liberty, Prosperity and a FUTURE 


WE are all Native Brothers and Sisters and united together – We are Sovereign – We have a Lawful right to create an amazing Constitution together to remove the corrupt BNA Act and the Indian Act  – so all may live in peace, prosperity for future generations –  the steps to do this are educating each other – then participate in constitutional committees, constitutional conventions, then to create a Constitution accepted by the Sovereigns.

We feel after you do your research you will find a Republic Constitution is the most powerful Constitution to protect “WE THE PEOPLE” 

Types of Government, Explained – Republic – Democracy 


This is Video explains the typed of Governments  https://www.brighteon.com/36aa2d6d-fcc7-4820-9aab-fb2a340120c8

Travelling Truth Tour -“WE THE PEOPLE” 
Constitutional Convention –on the tour educating and learning from others.
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Travelling Truth Tour – The Myth is Canada – this is a brief description what this page is designed for and our Goals Constitutional Conventions Core beliefs:
De Jure Constitutional Conventions – on Facebook 
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We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men and Women are created with equal rights, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men/Women, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it,and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

Freedom, Justice, prosperity, abundance, emancipation and the ability for all people to thrive.
– Uniting people across the land, inspiring people with truth.
-Bringing the actions hidden in darkness into the public light.
-This is all being done to form a new system that will be for the benefit of the people.

We are attempting to educate the population to help aid them in comprehending the true nature of the political reality we are currently dealing with in “Canada”.



We want the people to become involved in the formation and drafting of organic constitutions for each “Country (province)” with respect to native lands.

Each province is in fact it’s own country since 1931 Statue of New West Minister . The Video Below  – Dennis Shaw does an amazing explanation in detail how WE THE PEOPLE are Governed under this West Mister System – and some ideas how we may correct this injustice we have been inflicted with since 1931.

Canada a Country without a Constitutions
https://www.brighteon.com/04849627-021a-43a5-a4fb-081306111fa3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcpeZYaIirc&feature=youtu.be

Canada a country without a constitution is  – if not one of the best videos created how “We the People ” are governed under the Westminster – Parliamentary system – Democracy corrupt system.  During  this video it clearly explains Canada has NO Constitution – NO Federation Papers –  it also educates into Direct Democracy (RIC) which failed to control the Dictatorship and much more (because it is NOT BINDING) –  This video is powerful educational video  – Please forward to educate more so we may all get on the SOLUTION to end the fraud and corruption – UN Agenda 21/30 -Banking fraud – and all the unlawful ACT’s they have created to harm us “We THE People “

 

We also offered a $1000.00 dollar reward  in the early 2000’s for any one to produce the so-called federation papers- There has been another reward for $25 000 dollars in 2019 to produce these documents- good luck  – on finding them –  many have tried 

 

 

The Three Steps that Dennis Shaw, Terry Hand , Dallas Hills , Mel Gardner , and many more worked on in the late 1990 

 

# 1 Implement DD to remove corrupt legislation and allowing the Sovereigns to create Legislation to protect the people 

# 2 Allow the People of British Columbia to create a Constitution how they want to be governed , rather than be Dictated too – In the Constitution there was Accountability

#3 Was we were going to re-negotiate with Ottawa on there unlawful activities on a the Sovereign Country of British Columbia – and doing so other Countries would demand the same prosperity and future 




Canada a Country without a Constitutions
https://www.brighteon.com/04849627-021a-43a5-a4fb-081306111fa3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcpeZYaIirc&feature=youtu.be

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

“I have always contended, for reasons too long to enumerate here,that it [Canada] has not become either a confederationor a federal union.”
[Dr. Ollivier, in a personal letter to Mr. Kuhl, May 30th, 1936]

Canada a Country Without A Constitution 

http://historylessonsdeleted.blogspot.com/2019/03/canada-country-without-constitution.html

Travelling Truth Tour – Has been educating Facts since 1990 – here are some  of the latest videos 
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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.
http://historylessonsdeleted.blogspot.com/2019/08/never-have-so-many-known-so-little_29.html
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Katrín Oddsdóttir talks on Icelandic constitution

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Katrín Oddsdóttir talks on Icelandic constitution Participate in writing a People’s Constitution for Europe, volunteer or organize a local crowdsourcing session: peoplesconstitution.eu/ For more info, see this presentation: http://www.slideshare.net/Matthijs85/… and the movie Blueberry Soup: http://www.wilmaswishes.com/ https://vimeo.com/72931601 “Jaws dropped around the world on October 9, 2008 as a small collective of bankers brought an entire nation to its knees. Blueberry Soup chronicles the three-year aftermath of the Icelandic financial collapse that resulted in the extraordinary re-writing of the nations constitution. After extreme frustration and a sense of powerlessness Iceland elected a committee of 25 (non-politicians) to re-write their constitution to ensure a disaster like this will never happen again. 500 ran for the constitutional election and 25 were chosen, each representing the eclectic array of Iceland’s society. Such members include teachers, pastors, radio hosts, lawyers, artists, farmers, activists, and more.



















“We the People”

Our message is straight forward “Become educated to become liberated” 

 

So… here are 10 very important questions that you need to ask yourself:

  1. Where are the Articles of Confederation, if Canada had confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?
  2. Why was Canada known as the “Dominion of Canada” a British colony until 1931, if Canada had confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?
  3. Why in 1867 was the BNA act created to be Letters Patent for a Governor General to the Dominion of Canada if Canada had confederated and is a sovereign nation?
  4. Why in 1893, would the British Parliament deem it necessary to repeal certain sections of the BNA act, with the “Statute Law Revisions act” if Canada confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?
  5. Why in 1931 would the British parliament create the “Statute of Westminster” to nullify the Dominion of Canada, if Canada confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?
  6. Why in 1946 did a foreign Monarch, King George VI appoint a representative for the UK, a Governor General and then command the Parliament of Canada to create Letters Patent in 1947 for his Governor General, if Canada confederated in 1867 and is a Sovereign Nation?
  7. Why did PM Trudeau in 1982 have his liberal government create the “Canada act” and then take that act to a foreign Monarch and have her parliament pass that act as the “Constitution act, 1982” if Canada confederated 115 years earlier and is a sovereign nation?
  8. Why do Prime Ministers and other officials when sworn into office here in Canada, swear their allegiance to a foreign monarch, Queen Elizabeth, and not the people of Canada if Canada confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?
  9. Why in 1947 did Canadian Citizenship come into existence if Canada confederated 80 years earlier and is a sovereign nation?
  10. Why was it necessary in 1990 to sue a member of the federal parliament, J. Littlechild MP, to force him to do his duty to his constituents and have the courts rule against his constituents, if Canada had confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign Nation?

“There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” – Søren Kierkegaard


Barbara Mcmahon Kevin  Johnston Dallas Hills Randy McMahon



We the People of Alberta had the right since 1931

 

(UK) – Statute Law Revisions act, Removed of Sec. 2 of the BNA act, legally removing the Monarchy and all heirs from Canada upon Queen Victoria’s death in 1901.

1931: Statute of Westminster, ending the letters patent/BNA act, allowing Canada to Confederate. Key word here is (the letters patent) only the crown in chancery in England issue letters patent. Not the queen.

The politician hatched a plan to make their own letters patent so the people would not know that the governor general is commissioned with no authority and can’t royal assent anything (no authority) and there is no enacting clause in any act. An enacting clause may invoke the ultimate sovereign. The people not the politician – now that the people have ultimate sovereignty, the politicians do not. The people have the power so they came up with a Canadian Citizenship Act run by a Minister, means such member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada as is designated by the Governor in Council as the Minister for the purposes of this Act (British) to diminish your state of sovereignty. (make you mad yet???)
Canadian Citizenship Act

The Canadian Citizenship Act is, however, a horse of another colour. It affects every Canadian of voting age. As it has been incorporated into the statutes of Canada, it is an instrument intended by those who sponsored it to keep Canada and its citizens in thraldom, and it is diametrically opposed to the raison d’être of the Statute of Westminster.

Definition of thralldom or thraldom: noun. A state of subjugation to an owner or master: bondage, enslavement, helotry, serfdom, servileness, servility, servitude, slavery, thrall, villeinage, yoke.
Citizenship Act: Definitions

Minister means such member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada as is designated by the Governor in Council as the Minister for the purposes of this Act; ((Begin of language: French) ministre (End of language: French))

 





























We the People of Alberta had the right since 1931

 

What is a Constitution – One of the Most Important Decisions You Will Ever Make

, you decide what happens to your future and your grand-children’s future is now – and nobody else can do it but, “We the People”. It becomes the only legally recognized document that ensures their future – It’s called a Constitution – and we have this right since 1931 , and it’s time we completed this document to protect our children’s future

 

Your wishes are carried out the way you planned in a Legal contract of WE THE PEOPLE – OF THE PEOPLE – FOR THE PEOPLE – as many understand the current system has NO ACCOUNTABILITY, NO PROSPERITY and NO FUTURE – Lets change the RULES and Give US THE PEOPLE a Contract that gives us a Future – Accountability – and Prosperity –

 

Looking for a Real Solution – Well here it is – We the People of Alberta had the right since 1931, isn’t it time. We exercise our right to seat a legal and lawful government for the people here in Alberta.

 

UNALIENABLE

The state of a thing or right which cannot be sold –

Things which are not in commerce, as public roads, are in their nature unalienable. Some things are unalienable, in consequence of particular provisions in the law forbidding their sale or transfer, as pensions granted by the government. The natural rights of life and liberty are UNALIENABLE. – Bouviers Law Dictionary, 1856 Edition


“Unalienable: incapable of being alienated, that is, sold and transferred.” – Black’s Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition, page 1523:



Liberty and freedom SONG                                                 

When I was growing up we only had a few rules
Never question authority
Obey their golden rules
But it’s time for change
Let’s re-arrange, what we were taught in school
The system they created only benefits a few


(Chorus)
HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT THE BC REFED
THEIR GONNA GIVE YOU A CHOICE          
And toss us in the ditch                      
GIVE THE POWER TO THE PEOPLE            We keep getting poorer
SO YOU MAY HAVE A VOICE                          
They keep getting rich
COME JOIN US IN OUR CAUSE                      
Exporting all our tree’s
OUR FUTURE IS AT STAKE                             So future generations will end up on their knees  ONCE WE ARE UNITED  
OUR FREEDOM THEY CAN T TAKE                   (Chorus)
There cunning and so cruel                        They threaten those who speak                  We know their plan for corporate rule    They removed all our free speech                  Its time for us to unite as one – And put them in their place – Restore equality to the human race  

HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT THE BC REFED
THEIR GONNA GIVE YOU A CHOICE
GIVE THE POWER TO THE PEOPLE
SO YOU MAY HAVE A VOICE
COME JOIN US IN OUR CAUSE
OUR FUTURE IS AT STAKE
ONCE WE ARE UNITED
OUR FREEDOM THEY CANT TAKE
(Chorus Again)
YEA ONCE WE ARE UNITED
OUR FREEDOM THEY CANT TAKE



                                  
WE THE PEOPLE

Help us Help you – educate everyone on Constitutional Conventions – If you understand creating another Party is just like – filling up a glass of water in the deep end of a pool and walking to the low end of the Pool and pouring into the pool and expecting changes – Lets give the People a SOLUTION – Rather than take their hard earned money on another wasted Political party 


Looking for a Real Solution – Looking for lower pricing, the resources in Alberta have belonged to “We the People” since 1931, isn’t it time. We exercised our right to seat a legal and lawful government for the people here in Alberta.

 

Alberta is one of the largest Oil Producing Countries in the World – Is it Time – to Seat De Jure Government

 

Oil Producing Nations Price of Gas per Liter in Cdn Dollars:

 

Alberta: $1.05???

USA: $1.05

Russia: $0.95

Indonesia: $0.93

Saudi Arabia: $0.77

Nigeria: $0.54

Iran: $0.15

Venezuela: $0.01 

 

 The Myth is Canada-  Doug Force  has been collecting information for years also – and has collected some great information on the website below –  

http://www.themythisiscanada.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOCA5MH3q_8

“WE THE PEOPLE ” Constitutional Conventions – Save Your Country 

Please Support the Travelling Truth Tout – The Myth is Canada – donations may be e-transferred to travelingtruthtour@outlook.com – if you interested please contact us to setup a community event to have a live presentation – on constitutional committees – constitutional convention – and a Constitution – We look forward to meeting many more Native Brothers and Sister

Next We will explain – Monetary System – The Benefits of seating a De Jure Government and what this mean to you and your family and your Sovereign Country 



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