ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION 1867

The signing of the confederation in 1867 offered the people in Canada a chance at unity, as well as the ability to govern their own fate. Shortly after the signing the colonies joined forces to fight for independence from Britain.
When the confederation was drawn up there was no mention of the government being able to levy taxes on the colonies. These issues spelled an end to the confederation governing document.
Also the number of issues that were not addressed before the signing was too much, such as the independence, a value placed on slaves, restricting the ability to act in an emergency. Shortly after the signing the Article of Confederation it was removed as a governing guideline.
With much dialogue they were able to work out the problems they were faced with, and the new relationships provided the corner stone to the Constitution.

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With the signing of the Constitution for the United States and the Articles of Confederation for Canada we would think we have our freedom from the British. This is not the way our rights were re-written, the change allowed Britain to over shadow our freedom to govern our country.
In 1867 Canada was declared a sovereignty nation. The concept of sovereignty is the power for a country to govern itself and it’s subjects. The question we need to ask is if Canada has it’s own sovereignty, then why is Canada referred to as The Dominion of Canada?
Canada was classed as a British colony until 1931, this is not what a sovereign nation is considering Canada was confederated in 1867.
Why was the British North American Act created in 1867 if Canada was a sovereign nation?
The BNA act is a base document for the Canadian Constitution, which is not one document but a set known as the Constitution Acts and more importantly, a set of unwritten laws and conventions. With this we can gather that the words can be changed at will.

Since the forming in 1867, 19 other acts were passed some were amended or repealed by the Constitution Act. Until 1949 only the British Parliament could make amendments to the act, in 1982 Canada assumed full control of the Constitution Act.
This l find hard to believe, because Canada follows the way of the British government as well as the social structure is a mirror image. There is also the ceremony of the Canadian prime minister attends with the queen of England. This does not look like a free country to make our own decisions, free of interference.
In 1893 the British Parliament again interfered with Canada’s self governing, to repeal the Statute Law Revisions Act.
In 1931 why did the British Parliament nullify the BNA Act and replace it with the Statute of Westminister Act.
In 1982 Perrie Trudeau had the liberal government create the Canada Act, and take it to the queen to have her parliament pass the act as the Constitution Act. At the time of the passing of this Act Canada suppose to have been a sovereign nation for 115 years.
Something really stinks, as well as being good liars even back then.
To this day Canadian officials when sworn into office, swear their alliagence to Queen Elizabeth. Not to the people who elected him into power.
We need to ask ourselves some hard questions about Canada, are we tied to the British Parliament and the queen?
Looking at the facts l do believe that Canada is not free to do as we please. The list against a free will Canada has been crushed. The Canadian Citizenship didn’t come into existence until 1947.
If Canada was free to grow as a country, there should not have been a law suit to force J. Little-Child MP to do his duty for his constituents, and have the courts rule in his favour.

Below are a list of references to the BNA act as well as the Constitution act 1867.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constitution_Act,_1867
https://www.historymuseum.ca/cmc/exhibitions/hist/medicare/medic-1c01e.html
https://www.mysteriesofcanada.com/canada/british-north-america-act/
https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/constitution-act-1867
ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION 1867 The signing of the confederation in 1867 offered the people in Canada a chance at unity, as well as the ability to govern their own fate. Shortly after the signing the colonies joined forces to fight for independence from Britain. When the confederation was drawn up there was no mention of the government being able to levy taxes on the colonies. These issues spelled an end to the confederation governing document. Also the number of issues that were not addressed before the signing was too much, such as the independence, a value placed on slaves, restricting the ability to act in an emergency. Shortly after the signing the Article of Confederation it was removed as a governing guideline. With much dialogue they were able to work out the problems they were faced with, and the new relationships provided the corner stone to the Constitution. https://vittana.org/11-pros-and-cons-of-articles-of-confederation With the signing of the Constitution for the United States and the Articles of Confederation for Canada we would think we have our freedom from the British. This is not the way our rights were re-written, the change allowed Britain to over shadow our freedom to govern our country. In 1867 Canada was declared a sovereignty nation. The concept of sovereignty is the power for a country to govern itself and it’s subjects. The question we need to ask is if Canada has it’s own sovereignty, then why is Canada referred to as The Dominion of Canada? Canada was classed as a British colony until 1931, this is not what a sovereign nation is considering Canada was confederated in 1867. Why was the British North American Act created in 1867 if Canada was a sovereign nation? The BNA act is a base document for the Canadian Constitution, which is not one document but a set known as the Constitution Acts and more importantly, a set of unwritten laws and conventions. With this we can gather that the words can be changed at will. Since the forming in 1867, 19 other acts were passed some were amended or repealed by the Constitution Act. Until 1949 only the British Parliament could make amendments to the act, in 1982 Canada assumed full control of the Constitution Act. This l find hard to believe, because Canada follows the way of the British government as well as the social structure is a mirror image. There is also the ceremony of the Canadian prime minister attends with the queen of England. This does not look like a free country to make our own decisions, free of interference. In 1893 the British Parliament again interfered with Canada’s self governing, to repeal the Statute Law Revisions Act. In 1931 why did the British Parliament nullify the BNA Act and replace it with the Statute of Westminister Act. In 1982 Perrie Trudeau had the liberal government create the Canada Act, and take it to the queen to have her parliament pass the act as the Constitution Act. At the time of the passing of this Act Canada suppose to have been a sovereign nation for 115 years. Something really stinks, as well as being good liars even back then. To this day Canadian officials when sworn into office, swear their alliagence to Queen Elizabeth. Not to the people who elected him into power. We need to ask ourselves some hard questions about Canada, are we tied to the British Parliament and the queen? Looking at the facts l do believe that Canada is not free to do as we please. The list against a free will Canada has been crushed. The Canadian Citizenship didn’t come into existence until 1947. If Canada was free to grow as a country, there should not have been a law suit to force J. Little-Child MP to do his duty for his constituents, and have the courts rule in his favour. Below are a list of references to the BNA act as well as the Constitution act 1867. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constitution_Act,_1867 https://www.historymuseum.ca/cmc/exhibitions/hist/medicare/medic-1c01e.html https://www.mysteriesofcanada.com/canada/british-north-america-act/ https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/constitution-act-1867
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