The French Revolution in Canada

In their British North America (BNA) Act of 1867, the Fathers of Canada's confederation produced a work of genius. The two senior levels of government were awarded separate and exclusive powers: Ottawa over national matters; provincial governments over property and civil rights and "generally all matters of a merely local or private nature in the province."

Kenneth McDonald

Kenneth McDonald writes from Toronto, Canada.

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