Reflections on the Kitchen Accord
It is, indeed, an honour to be a part of the Patriation Negotiations Conference, sponsored by the Centre for Constitutional Studies, exploring the method and substance of Canada’s most significant constitutional development since Confederation.
I want to say a word about why this conference matters. Canada’s search to understand its dynamics and its values was an important step in national self-awareness. To my mind, Patriation reflects both a point of constitutional maturity and a point of sophisticated intergovernmental process.
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