Canada's suzerainty over the West. An indictment of the Dominion and Parliament of Canada for the national crime of usurping the public lands of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta contrary to Canada's constitution and the law of the land: Presented at the bar of public opinion

Carswell; Thompson, Bram, Canada's suzerainty over the West. An indictment of the Dominion and Parliament of Canada for the national crime of usurping the public lands of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta contrary to Canada's constitution and the law of the land: Presented at the bar of public opinion, Toronto: Carswell.

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Creator Thompson, Bram
Title Canada's suzerainty over the West. An indictment of the Dominion and Parliament of Canada for the national crime of usurping the public lands of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta contrary to Canada's constitution and the law of the land: Presented at the bar of public opinion
Published Carswell
Thompson, Bram, <em>Canada's suzerainty over the West. An indictment of the Dominion and Parliament of Canada for the national crime of usurping the public lands of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta contrary to Canada's constitution and the law of the land: Presented at the bar of public opinion</em>, Toronto: Carswell.
Identifier University.of.Alberta.Peel.P004537
Subject Federal provincial relations
Federal-provincial relations--Canada
Natural resources
Public lands
Relations fédérales-provinciales (Canada)
Ressources naturelles
Terres publiques
Language English
Media Text
Contributor Alouette Canada
Description "Two articles...published in the August and September issues of the <i>Canadian Law Times </i>" (p.[3]).
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