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Public Record - Ten Years After the Charlottetown Accord (Part 4 of 6)


Proceedings of the conference “The Constitution and Democracy: Ten Years After the Charlottetown Accord,” Montreal, Que., October 25, 2002.

Panellists discuss the pre-Charlottetown consultation process on constitutional reform. Participants include Gérald Beaudoin and Dorothy Dobbie (the former co-chairs of a parliamentary committee on constitutional reform) and Stéphane Bernatchez (a professor of constitutional law at the University of Montreal). Following their presentations, panellists take questions from audience members.


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