2 edition of Federal Royal Commissions in Canada, 1867-1966 found in the catalog.
Federal Royal Commissions in Canada, 1867-1966
George Fletcher Henderson
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Introduction was published in Federal Royal Commissions in Canada on page xi. Get this from a library. Federal royal commissions in Canada, a checklist. [George F Henderson] -- Checklist to Canadian federal royal commission reports [, nos. Checklist for nos. appear on the fiche. Read "Federal Royal Commissions in Canada A Checklist" by George Henderson available from Rakuten Kobo.
The subjects inquired into by Canadian federal royal commissions have ranged over such a wide field that the reports and Price: $ Federal Royal Commissions in Canada Book Description: In the author's work as Government Documents Librarian, he witnessses the daily use of royal commission material.
The importance attached to royal commission documents and the considerable difficulty in locating many of the earlier reports led Henderson to undertake the.
Thus, the Royal Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada is also known as the Romanow Report, after its author Roy Romanow. Microfiche () complete collection at call no.: AW5.C The microfiches are arranged by numbers assigned to them in Federal Royal Commissions in Canada, - Unpublished records of federal royal commissions are described in the following guide: AMICUS No.
National Archives of Canada. Government Archives Division. Records of federal royal commissions (RG 33) / James Murray Whalen -- Ottawa: National Archives of Canada, -- 2 v. ; 28 cm. -- ISBN See Also: Commissions of.
Federal Royal Commissions in Canada, A Checklist is a print list of commissions and includes a subject index. There is a supplement which covers to Records of Federal Royal Commissions is a two volume set. Volume 1 contains an excellent explanation of Royal Commissions, departmental investigations and other inquiries.
This is an incomplete list of Canadian royal commissions or commissions of inquiry since sions typically consist of a panel of distinguished experts or judges appointed by the Governor General-in-Council to carry out full investigations into specific national problems.
Once their task is complete, the findings of the commission are reported to the Cabinet for appropriate. Royal Commission on the Grain Trade of Canada: Report of the Royal Commission on the Grain Trade of Canada: John Millar: George E.
Goldie and William L. McNair: This report is available in English only, the original language of publication. Index to Federal Royal Commissions This index provides bibliographic access to materials associated with more than federal Royal Commissions that have taken place since Confederation.
There are approximately items in the index that includes commission reports, briefs, submissions, evidence, working papers and other documents.
This list includes all Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry (the nomenclature varies) appointed by the Australian Government fromunder the provisions of the Royal Commissions Act It does not include Royal Commissions appointed by Australian state or territory governments, unless the Australian Government was also involved.
The Royal Commission on the Status of Women was a Canadian Royal Commission that examined the status of women and recommended steps that might be taken by the federal government to ensure equal opportunities with men and women in all aspects of Canadian society.
The Commission commenced on 16 February as an initiative of Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson. Get this from a library. Federal royal commissions in Canada, a checklist.
[George F Henderson] -- The subjects inquired into by Canadian federal royal commissions have ranged over such a wide field that the reports and special studies prepared by the commissions since Confederation have.
Public inquiries of various kinds have profoundly affected Canada’s history and society, from Lord Durham’s Report in the s to the delivery of health care in the 21st century. Commissions of Inquiry summarizes the history and evolution of Canadian inquiries and provides a detailed analysis of their current role and procedures.
At the end of these five years, inthe commission produced a report evaluating the relationship among the indigenous population, the federal government, the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs, and Canada as a whole. 3 The report concluded that it was necessary to change the relationship between the communities from the ground up.
2 days ago The organization reviewed seven public inquiries going back to the royal commission on the wrongful prosecution of Donald Marshall Jr. in Nova Scotia, and.
Commissions Print. Canada. Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples. People to people, nation to nation: Highlights from the report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples. Ottawa: Supply and Services Canada, (Cat.
Z/E). Canada. Commission of Inquiry into Certain Events at the Prison for Women in Kingston. Report. Ottawa.
Here is an alphabetical list of links to current Government of Canada Departments, Agencies, Crown Corporations, Special Operating Agencies and other related organizations. Royal Commission on Chinese Immigration, The Royal Commission on Chinese Immigration was appointed to obtain proof that restricting Chinese immigration to Canada was in the best interest of the country.
Approximat Chinese labourers came to Canada in the s to work on the western section of the Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia.
Royal Commissions are executive appointments, formally authorized by the instrument that was possessed by the king. A committee is a section or subdivision of a larger body to which the former is responsible. This is not true of Royal Commissions.
A Royal Commission is not a .Royal Commissions of Ontario are public, independent Inquiries appointed under the Public Inquiries Act of Ontario. A Royal Commission is established through an order of the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario in co-operation with the Premier of Ontario and the Provincial Cabinet.
A Commissioner is. The counsel assisting the royal commission, Peter Rozen QC, accused the federal government of displaying “a degree of self-congratulation and .