Origins and Meaning of Section 92A: The 1982 Constitutional Amendment on Resources
IRPP, 1985 - Canada - 77 pages
This book is an attempt to answer, to the extent that they can be answered without judicial decisions to clarify some doubtful issues, questions concerning section 92A of the Constitution. Critical questions for the people of Western Canada and the petroleum industry, they include queries concerning the shift in provincial versus federal powers.
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