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Royal commissions and commissions of inquiry in Alberta, Edmonton, Alta: Legislature Library, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Christine E Backhaus; Alberta.
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. Commissions of Inquiry are established by the Governor in Council (Cabinet) to fully and impartially investigate issues of national importance. Royal Commission on the Natural Resources of Alberta: Report of the Royal Commission on the Natural Resources of Alberta: Reports on the Royal Commission of Inquiry in the Matter of.
The provinces of Canada also conduct commissions of inquiry. Digital collections are avialble for most provinces: Alberta Digital Royal Commissions British Columbia Royal and Special Commissions: and to the present.
Peel's Prairie Provinces - includes Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Royal Commissions of OntarioAuthor: Alexander Burdett. Royal Commissions and 1905-1976. book of Inquiry in the Province of Alberta, – There is an older bibliography that covers all provinces, Provincial Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry, – A Selective Bibliography Digitized collections of provincial coi s are available for some prov-inces.
Royal commissions, or commissions of 1905-1976. book, are appointed by Cabinet under the terms of the Inquiries Act in order to carry out full and impartial investigations of specific national problems. The terms of reference for the commission and the powers and the names of the commissioners are officially stated by an Order-in-Council.
The last decade has seen the development of an unprecedented profile for aboriginal concerns over the inadequacies of the criminal justice system. This thesis examines the major commissions of inquiry that were established to address criminal justice reforms for aboriginal Canadians.
Through a comparison of these inquiries, it is my intention to provide a greater understanding as to why some. Federal Royal Commissions in Canada, an update.
Available in Koerner Library ZJLH ; Canadian Federal Royal Commissions an update. Available in Koerner Library ZJLH ; Manuscript Bibliography of Canadian Federal Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry, British Columbia Royal and Special Commissions i PREFACE This Checklist is a continuation of two previously published checklists: Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry under the “Public Inquiries Act” in British Columbia,by Marjorie Holmes, and Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry under the “Public Inquiries.
Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry in the Province of Alberta Title: Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry in the Province of Alberta Published by the Alberta Legislature Library in as an index to the Alberta Royal Commissions from the beginning of Alberta’s provincehood to Introduction Thepublicationofthischecklistbringstogetheracompletelistingofallreportsof royalcommissionsandcommissionsofinquiryissuedfromto,relatingtowhat.
BC Royal Commissions - available in the Vancouver and Victoria courthouse libraries. Provincial Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry, a Selective Bibliography- available in the Vancouver Courthouse Library. Royal Commissions and Commission of Inquiry under the Public Inquiries Act in British Columbia, a Checklist.
7 J.H. Laycraft, Royal American Shoivs Inc. and Its Activities in Alberta: Report of a Public. Inquiry (Edmonton: Queen's Printer, ) at A 8 Ibid. at A 9 The Royal Commission to Investigate Allegations Relating to Coroner's Inquests (Ontario, ) Transcript at The circumstances which lead the Government to appoint a Royal Commission are as varied as the exigencies of political life.
Clokie, in his book Royal Commissions of Inquiry,2 classifies them as inquiries which: (1) prepare the way for a predetermined Government policy; (2) ascertain in a more or less "expert" fashion the best or most.
The Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples was estalished on 26 August by Order in Council P.C. with the following mandate: "The Commission of Inquiry should investigate the evolution of the relationship. guide to the Royal Commissions which have been held in British Columbia since Confederation, as the only one which she has seen is the incomplete bibliography contained in Arthur Harri son Cole's A Finding-List of Royal Commission Reports in the British Dominions (Harvard University Press, ).
The Royal Commissions of Inquiry established in Australia during the s and s to inquire into organized crime are discussed in order to explore possibilities for a general explanation of. Canada. Commission of Inquiry into Certain Events at the Prison for Women in Kingston. Commission of Inquiry into Certain Events at the Prison for Women in Kingston.
[Ottawa]1: Public Works and Government Services Canada, Multi-Volume: Referring to a complete set: Ontario. Royal Commission on Learning.
For the Love of Learning: Report of. and John Yogis, eds., Commissions of Inquiry (Toronto: Carswell, ). The title of this article is a reference to the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, Report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Looking Forward, Looking Back, vol. 1 (Ottawa: Supply and Services Canada, ) [RCAP Report, vol.
RCAP was tasked with. This article explores the contributions to Canadian policy development and policy thought of three royal commissions of political-economic inquiry: the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations; the Royal Commission on Canada's Economic Prospects; and the Royal Commission on the Economic Union and Development Prospects for Canada.
The question of responsibility was one that the Royal Commission had undertaken to uncover, but failed to do so. It may be that, by breaking its silence, the government of Canada has decided to act without acceding to the Commission's call for another public inquiry.
Robert J Carney Professor Emeritus University of Alberta and Gerry Kelly. The Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP) was established by Order in Council on Augand it submitted in October the Report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal RCAP was mandated to investigate and propose solutions to the challenges affecting the relationship between Aboriginal peoples (First Nations, Inuit, Métis), the Canadian government and.
In a series of public inquiries and Royal Commissions during the s, restorative justice was tabled as an alternative system to address the ways in which the criminal justice system was failing Indigenous Peoples (Alberta Government, ; Aboriginal Justice Implementation Commission [AJIC], ; Law Reform Commission of Canada, ; Royal.
Although Canadians are perhaps most familiar with ‘Royal Commissions', there are several different kinds of Commissions of Inquiry. These can be established under either Part I or Part II of the Inquiries Act, or any one of 87 or more federal statutes.
The mandate of a Commission of Inquiry depends on the nature of the issue to be considered. A Source Book of Royal Commissions and Other Major Governmental Inquiries in Canadian Education, Book Description: This is a comprehensive primary reference to a rich and often neglected storehouse of information on Canada's educational background.
The Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism (French: Commission royale d’enquête sur le bilinguisme et le biculturalisme, also known as the Bi and Bi Commission and the Laurendeau-Dunton Commission.) was a Canadian royal commission established on 19 Julyby the government of Prime Minister Lester B.
Pearson to "inquire into and report upon the existing state of bilingualism. Alberta Public Inquiry into anti-energy campaigns schedule extended to hear from funding entities. J CALGARY – The schedule of the Alberta Inquiry into foreign funding of Alberta anti-energy campaigns has been extended to Octo to hear from funding entities that have been identified in the Inquiry’s research to date, and to accommodate challenges due to COVID An illustration of an open book.
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Reviews by Health Survey Commission. Dominion-Provincial Conference on Social Reconstruction. Author: James Grierson MacGregor; Royal Commission on the Development of Northern Alberta.: Publisher: Edmonton: [Royal Commission on the Development of Northern Alberta],  Edition/Format: Print book: State or province government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary.
The Alberta Securities Commission collected some $24 million in fees in(source Alberta Securities Commission annual report) some of those fees no doubt came from the unique and interesting practice of selling exemptions to the law as described above, our Securities Act.The Royal Commission on the Development of Northern Alberta was established to study the conditions and particular requirements of the northern areas of Alberta in relation to their present and potential development, to assist the economic development of the area.
The first meeting of the Commission was held in July and it released its.