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  Manitoba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Manitoba is located in the longitudinal centre of Canada, although it is considered part of Western Canada.
The Legislative Assembly of Manitoba was established on July 14, 1870.
John A. Macdonald introduced the Manitoba Act in the House of Commons and pretended that the question of province or territory was of no significance.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Manitoba   (2679 words)

 Encyclopedia: Manitoba Act   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
This was a contradiction of the Manitoba Act of 1870.
23 of the Manitoba Act, 1870, is mandatory.
Act respecting a judgment rendered in the Supreme Court of Canada on 13 December 1979 on the language of the legislature and the courts in Québec, 1979 (Que.), c.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Manitoba-Act   (552 words)

 Barrett V. the City of Winnipeg [1892] - Quebec History
They cannot conscientiously permit their children to attend the schools established by the Act, and, having regard to the compulsory rate levied upon them in support thereof, material impediments are cast in the way both of subscribing and of obtaining subscriptions in support of Catholic denominational schools, and of setting up and maintaining the same.
Manitoba became one of the provinces of the Dominion of Canada under the Manitoba Act, 1870, which was afterwards confirmed by an Imperial Statute known as the British North America Act, 1871.
The Manitoba Act, 1870, declared that the provisions of the British North America Act, 1867, with certain exceptions not material to the present question, should be applicable to the province of Manitoba, as if Manitoba had been one of the provinces originally united by the Act.
www2.marianopolis.edu /quebechistory/docs/manitoba/1892-1.htm   (4533 words)

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The result was Section 31 of the Manitoba Act which provided for 1.4 million acres of land to be set aside for the Metis towards the extinguishment of their Indian title, which 1.4 million acres was to be distributed to the children of the Metis (Half breed) heads of families.
The federal government in fact acted in a manner which insured the divesting of the Metis of their land, although they had a fiduciary obligation to protect the Metis interest by virtue of the Royal Proclamation of 1763, Sections 91(24) and 146 of the B.N.A. Act, 1867 and Section 31 of the Manitoba Act, 1870.
IN MANITOBA Basically, the Manitoba Act provided for three kinds of land grants: a) The "half-breed" reserves for children; b) Title for the "half-breeds" to river lots and other lands of which they were in possession and on which they resided, and; c) The settlement of common land rights.
www.cwis.org /fwdp/Americas/metis87.txt   (4731 words)

 ENDNOTES - Constitutional Act   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Manitoba Act, 1870, added two for Manitoba; the British Columbia Terms of Union added three; upon admission of Prince Edward Island four more were provided by section 147 of the Constitution Act, 1867; the Alberta Act and the Saskatchewan Act each added four.
The House of Commons shall, subject to the Provisions of this Act, consist of one hundred and eighty-one members, of whom Eighty-two shall be elected for Ontario, Sixty-five for Quebec, Nineteen for Nova Scotia, and Fifteen for New Brunswick.
Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan were placed in the same position as the original provinces by the Constitution Act, 1930, 20-21 Geo.
laws.justice.gc.ca /en/const/endnts_e.html   (5639 words)

 Manitoba (Canada)
The legislation referred to is 'An Act respecting the Flag of Manitoba' which received Her Majesty's approval on 27 August 1965, and was "assented to 11 May 1965".
The Governor General's gift to Manitoba in 1992 embellishes and enriches a symbol already deeply embedded in the citizens, and long may they be seen as worthy expressions of the special character of the province in the centre of Canada.
The official flag of the Province of Manitoba was given royal approval by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in October, 1965, and was officially proclaimed on May 12, 1966.
flagspot.net /flags/ca-mb.html   (1688 words)

The Migratory Birds Con- vention Act is of much ampler scope, being of general application throughout Canada, and ought not to be construed as circumscribed by the restricted legislation that is to be found in the Manitoba Natural Resources Act.
Notwithstanding that such a result gives the Act a different effect in Manitoba from that which it has in other parts of Canada, it is supported by the fact that the terms of para.
The Act provided that the Governor in Council might make such Regulations as are deemed expedient to protect the migratory birds that inhabit Canada during the whole or any part of the year.
library.usask.ca /native/cnlc/vol06/190.html   (2850 words)

 R. v. Pickering   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Section 121 of the Constitution Act, 1867, was one of the pillars of the Confederation scheme for achieving the economic union sought by the Fathers of Confederation.
Given that an enhanced Manitoba enforcement effort at the Ontario border resulted from the agreements between the provinces, and that such agreements may have been contemplated at the time of the 1994 amendment to the Tobacco Tax Act, neither those agreements nor their execution depended on that amendment.
The right of Manitoba to make inter-provincial agreements, the effects of which may restrain trade, is a separate issue, if it is an issue at all, from the issue relating to the validity of ss.
www.tobaccolaw.org /documents/english/Cases/RvPickering2.htm   (7842 words)

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      An Act to amend and continue the Act 32 and 33 Victoria, chapter 3, and to establish and provide for the Government of the Province of Manitoba (commonly called and hereinafter cited as the Manitoba Act") which Act was confirmed by "The British North America Act, 1871 " (34-35 Vic., cap.
These schools received their proportionate share of the money contributed for school purposes out of the general taxation of the province, and the money raised for those purposes by local assessment was, so far as it fell upon the Catholics, applied only towards the support of Catholic schools.
Their general character is sufficiently defined by the 3rd subsection of section 22 of "The Manitoba Act".
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 The Highway Traffic Act
1(3) In this Act, a person is a "qualified mechanic" if he or she is authorized by the registrar or the minister or under the regulations, as the case may be, to perform inspections and to issue certificates in respect of those inspections.
2(6) Where in this Act reference is made to a class of licence of any specified number, the reference shall be deemed to be a reference to the class of licence described and given that number under the regulations.
4.4(3) Subject to the provisions of this Act and the regulations as to suspension, cancellation, and expiry, a registration card or registration permit for a vehicle issued under this Part is valid for the period determined under the regulations for that vehicle.
web2.gov.mb.ca /laws/statutes/ccsm/h060e.php   (13725 words)

 R. v. Pickering   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Subsection 9(3.4) is the provision of the Act impugned by the appellants.
Having discerned the presence of a regulatory scheme in the Combines Investigation Act it is necessary to consider the validity of the scheme under the general trade and commerce power.
However, when the legislation's objective is to prevent or eliminate evasion of legitimate taxes as its primary purpose, which The Tobacco Tax Act of Manitoba has, the true purpose of the taxing statute serves to place the matter outside the parameters of s.
www.tobaccolaw.org /documents/english/Cases/RvPickering3.htm   (3895 words)

 DANIELS v. THE QUEEN (sub nom. Daniels v. White and The Queen)
The whole tenor of the agreement was that of a conveyance of land imposing specified obligations and restric- tions on the transferee, not on the transferor.
By s.30 of the Manitoba Act, 1870, all ungranted or waste lands in the Province vested in the Crown to be administered by the Government of Canada for the purposes of the Dominion.
The majority opinion in the Manitoba Court of Appeal held that the agreement, affirmed as it was by legislation of all interested Governments, could not be reconciled with the Migratory Birds Convention Act and that the latter Act must prevail.
library.usask.ca /native/cnlc/vol06/199.html   (8401 words)

 Manitoba Act, 1870
Constitution Act, 1867, or in or from all or any of the Courts of the Province, The Acts of the Legislature shall be Printed and published in both those languages.
Inasmuch as the Province is not in debt, the said Province shall be entitled to be paid, and to receive from the Government of Canada, by half-yearly payments in advance, interest at the rate of five per centum per annum on the sum of four hundred and seventy-two thousand and ninety dollars.
And with respect to such portion of Rupert's Land and the North-Western Territory, as is not included in the Province of Manitoba, it is hereby enacted, that the Lieutenant-Governor of the said Province shall be appointed, by Commission under the Great Seal of Canada, to be the Lieutenant-Governor of the same.
www.solon.org /Constitutions/Canada/English/ma_1870.html   (1528 words)

The climate of Manitoba is bracing and healthy.
The region which has become the province of Manitoba was discovered and settled in a way by the Sieur de Laverendrye, between 1732 and 1739.
The outcome of this was a list of demands from the federal authorities, practically all of which were granted, the concessions being embodied in the Manitoba Act.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09602a.htm   (860 words)

 British North America Act, 1867
The provisions of this Act referring to the Governor General in Council shall be construed as referring to the Governor General acting by and with the Advice of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada.
The Provisions of this Act referring to the Lieutenant Governor in Council shall be construed as referring to the Lieutenant Governor of the Province acting by and with the Advice the Executive Council thereof.
The Assets enumerated in the Fourth Schedule to this Act belonging at the Union to the Province of Canada shall be the Property of Ontario and Quebec conjointly.
home.cc.umanitoba.ca /~sprague/bna.htm   (10119 words)

 Association of Community Theatres (ACT) of Manitoba - Welcome
ACT has compiled as list of professional resource people that we hope will help our members to develop their theatre skills through our Workshop Program.
We will also try to provide helpful information to ACT members who want to develop a Home Page for their group and will provide "links" from our site to yours.
ACT is soliciting nominations for all Board positions (Executive and Regional Representatives), except for Treasurer, to complete its slate of officers for the coming fiscal year (2005/06).
www.actmanitoba.mb.ca   (438 words)

 Freedom of choice As is known that the Halfbreeds of Red River
As those who have the right to be either of their parents ethnic group - example- if a child has a German father and a Polish mother, then that child has the right of choice to be German or Polish, and cannot be denied their choice.
Act clearly shows that we have out standing land entitlements yet to be delivered.
Because these Manitoba Judges they are to afraid of retaliation from the Government of Manitoba, Government of Canada or from even both.
www.angelfire.com /bug/rnd/kennysopenletterpage.htm   (2350 words)

 Canada in the Making - Constitutional History
The Rupert's Land Act ended the rule of Hudson's Bay Company over Rupert's Land and the North-western Territory.
In compensation, HBC received £300,000 and one twentieth of all farmable land in the territories.
The residents (and Canada) were worried that the Crown colony might be annexed by the United States.
www.canadiana.org /citm/themes/constitution/constitution14_e.html   (885 words)

 Natural Resources Transfer Agreement, 1930
An Act to confirm and give effect to certain agreements entered into between the Government of the Dominion of Canada and the Governments of the Provinces of Manitoba, British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan respectively
And whereas the boundaries of the Province as defined by the Manitoba Act, 1870 were altered and the area included in the said Province enlarged by the statutes forty-four Victoria chapter fourteen, and two George the Fifth chapter thirty-two:
With regard to storage on Lac Seul, it is agreed that if the power interests in Manitoba or their administrative agency desire storage on Lac Seul, they shall immediately notify the Government of Ontario to this effect.
home.cc.umanitoba.ca /~sprague/nrta.htm   (2465 words)

 Manitoba Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FIPPA) Home Page
We hope that it helps you to understand and use Manitoba's access and privacy legislation.
However, the Government of Manitoba disclaims all responsibility for the accuracy of the information.
Public bodies should refer to the text of FIPPA and the Regulation, and in some situations may need to consult their legal counsel.
www.gov.mb.ca /chc/fippa   (197 words)

 MANITOBA ACT GOVERNING FARM ORGANIZATION FUNDING   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Fred Tait, Manitoba Coordinator of the National Farmers Union (NFU), announced today that Region 5 (Manitoba) of the NFU is involved in a project to develop recommendations that would improve the province's Agricultural Producers Organization Funding Act.
Tait advised that: "the work that the NFU is doing to try and improve the Act is in response to the continuing unpopularity of the existing legislation and the number of complaints we have received from farmers."
Tait also reported that the NFU has been studying how other provinces fund farm organizations and described the criterion that the NFU has adopted to improve the Manitoba Act:
www.nfu.ca /newfredstab.htm   (172 words)

 Province of Manitoba | Consumer & Corporate Affairs
Manitoba Business Links - One Business, One Number
We are responsible for Manitoba Business Links (MBL), the program that administers the use of the Business Number (BN) as Manitoba's common business identifier.
Manitoba Evidence Act - (Part II and III)
www.companiesoffice.gov.mb.ca   (260 words)

 Province of Manitoba | Finance | Residential Tenancies Branch | Index
Do you have a problem you need to solve?
The Residential Tenancies Branch administers or is responsible for The Residential Tenancies Act, The Life Leases Act and The Condominium Act in Manitoba.
Our staff offer presentations on landlord and tenant issues, to community groups, social service agencies, schools and universities.
www.gov.mb.ca /cca/rtb   (247 words)

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