Use for finding information on legislation currently before Parliament. This tool provides electronic access to a wide range of information about individual bills, such as: the text of the bill at various stages; government press releases and backgrounders (for government bills); legislative summaries; important speeches at second reading; votes; links to committee proceedings and coming into force data. Covers the 35th Parliament, 1st Session (1994) to the present.
The reconstituted debates, also know as the Scrapbook Debates, pre-date the official records of House and Senate proceedings and were compiled largely from newspaper clippings and other sources that Library of Parliament workers collected in scrapbooks.
Canada's final court of appeal is the last judicial resort for all litigants, whether individuals or governments. Its jurisdiction embraces both the civil law of the province of Quebec and the common law of the other provinces and territories.
Created by the First Ministers of Canada in May 1973. It is an agency of both the federal and provincial governments that provides administrative services for the planning and conduct of First Ministers, Ministers and Deputy Ministers federal-provincial-territorial and provincial-territorial conferences held throughout Canada.
The multilateral intergovernmental conference is a critical component of Canadian federalism. It is a key element for consultation, coordination, negotiation and agreement among federal, provincial and territorial governments.