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This is an organization of loyal patriotic Canadian Citizens who view Canada as ONE Country (One Dominion) which is INDIVISIBLE. We categorically reject any suggestion that any Province or other part of Canada would have any right to separate from Canada. We also want a complete end to the mini-ethno-fascist state which has existed in Quebec for the past four decades. Quebec's French Language Laws (Bill 101) reduce the Non-French (English, Ethnic & Aboriginal) Residents of Quebec to Second, Third & Fourth-Class Citizens. The Liberal Party of Quebec is in complete harmony with the Parti Quebecois when it comes to opposing equality for the Non-French, and so the Government of Quebec will never agree to accord equality to the Non-French. We therefore want an Imperial Constitutional Amendment (utilizing the British Parliament as in 1982) to accord full EQUAL Citizenship to the Non-French Residents of Quebec. This equality would be forced upon the Quebec Government. There has been a massive exodus of the Non-French out of Quebec over the past forty-five years which has seen the English Population reduced from 13% down to only 8% of the total Population! The most recent Poll on "sovereignty" revealed that only 38% of the French Population were opposed to Quebec Separation. In the scenario where a Quebec Government tried to separate from Canada, this One Canada Alliance would certainly demand that the Canadian Army be utilized to crush any Quebec Separatist Government.

The massive exodus of English and Ethnic Quebecers will never end unless they become equal citizens as in English Canada. We therefore want new Constitutional Charter Rights as listed below which guarantee the Non-French the right to use their languages in their businesses as well as for education for their children. We want the Non-French to have the option to join the Canada Pension Plan instead of the Quebec Pension Plan, and to have access to the English Common Law Civil Court instead of the Quebecois Civil Code. / We also want special constitutional protections for Montreal and Municipal Governments with at least 10% Non-French Residents. These Protected Municipalities (listed below) will be protected against amalgamation, protected from restrictions on usage of English & Aboriginal Languages, protected from discriminations by the Quebec Government, and will enjoy the option to have the Royal Canadian Mounted Police replace the Quebec Provincial Police (the Surete) in their City. / The City of Montreal will have a special veto, through a Majority of their MNAs in the National Assembly, over Laws affecting Montreal's Government and Infrastructure. / Aboriginal Treaty Lands in the North will have a special protection requiring the Prime Minister to approve Royal Assent for Quebec Laws affecting Aboriginal Lands.

Since the Quebecois Separatists are primarily located on the North Shore between Quebec City and the Island of Montreal, we advocate that a special District be established on the North Shore to allow the Quebec Legislature to regulate French Language Television & Radio (excluding the CBC Radio-Canada), and to administer Unemployment Insurance for the French Residents in the District. This will enable the South & West of the Province to function free from interference from separatist politicians on the North Shore. The Quebec and other Provincial Legislatures would also be accorded further assurance over the French Language regarding Provincial Government Crown Corporations. The current practice of the Government of Canada showering Quebec with over $16 Billion Dollars per year in bribe money is not working towards keeping the Quebecois happy. Canada can only be kept united if there is a healthy Non-French Population in Quebec, and this requires that the Non-French be constitutionally protected against harassment from the Quebecois Separatists. If you wish to be part of this One Canada Alliance, just send an E-Mail to "yzalz1@yahoo. ca" remembering to mention your City & Province. Long live Canada!

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CHARTER OF RIGHTS AMENDMENTS
3.1. Every Citizen in Canada has the Right to an equal Vote and to be a Candidate in a Municipal Election for the Mayor and Council of the Municipality in which they are a Resident free from Judicial Incumbrances.

14.1. (1) In every Civil Action the Plaintiff has the Right to the Option to choose to have the County Court Trial and any Appeal adjudicated according to the English Common Law prescribed by the Parliament of Canada for its Courts, except for Actions in the Province of Quebec where a Plaintiff or Defendant is of the French Linguistic Majority Population.

(2) In every Civil Action outside of the Province of Quebec and only involving Parties who were past Residents of Quebec, all of the Parties collectively have the Right to the Option to choose to have the County Court Trial and any Appeal adjudicated according to the Civil Code Rules prescribed for the Quebec Courts by the Quebec Legislature.

20.1. (1) Every Citizen and Permanent Resident of Canada who is of the English or French Linguistic Minority Population in their Province of Residence has the Right to communicate with, and to receive available services from, any Office of their Member of the House of Commons or of the Legislative Assembly of their Province in the English or French Language if the Population of their Electoral District is comprised of at least One Percent from the English or French Minority.

(2) Every Citizen and Permanent Resident of Canada who is of the English or French Linguistic Minority Population in their Province of Residence has the Right to communicate with any Head Office of a Provincial Government Institution in the English or French Language.

(3) Every Citizen and Permanent Resident of Canada who is of the English or French Linguistic Minority Population in their Province of Residence has the Right to communicate with, and to receive available services from, any Government Office responsible for conducting Elections or responsible for collecting Taxes / Money in the English or French Language.

Minority Language Rights
22.1. (1) Citizens of Canada who are of the English or French Linguistic Minority Population in their Province of Residence have the Right to have their Local Hospital provide English and French Reception Service and provide for each Fifty English or French Patients (beyond the first Six) at least One Doctor and Two Nurses who can communicate with them in English or French.

(2) Every Employee of a Government or Hospital who can speak a Minority Language has the Freedom of Communication in that Minority Language with any Member of the Public from a Linguistic Minority Population.

22.2. (1) Every Citizen and Permanent Resident of Canada who is not of the English or French Linguistic Majority Population in their Province of Residence and who owns a Sole Proprietorship has the Right to conduct the Affairs thereof exclusively in any Language they so choose.

(2) Every Citizen who is of the English or French Linguistic Minority Population in their Province of Residence and who possesses Majority Ownership of a Company has the Right to conduct the Affairs thereof in both the English and French Languages and the further Right to conduct the Internal Affairs thereof exclusively in either the English or French Language.

(3) Every Citizen who is of the French Linguistic Majority or Minority Population in their Province of Residence and who owns a Sole Proprietorship has the Right to sell Articles of Commerce therefor with Labelling only in the French Language.

23. (4) Citizens of Canada who are of the English, French or Aboriginal Linguistic Minority Population in their Province of Residence have the Freedom to establish and operate Schools, Colleges and Universities to educate their Children exclusively in their Language without discrimination nor restrictions against their Language; and have the Right to receive, on a Per Student Computation, Government Funding for their Colleges and Universities equal to that allocated in the aggregate to Majority Language Colleges and Universities respectively.

35.2. Every Aboriginal Person in Canada who owns or operates a Sole Proprietorship, Company or other Enterprise has the Right to conduct the Affairs thereof exclusively in their Aboriginal Language or another Language.

35.3. Every Aboriginal Person in Canada has the Right to have their Children receive Primary and Secondary School Instruction in their Aboriginal Language to the degree and extent it is practicable, or receive such Instruction in either the English or French Language.


BRITISH NORTH AMERICA ACT AMENDMENTS
New Classes 11&13A of Section 92:
(92)11. The Incorporation of Companies with Provincial Objects, including as regards the following Subjects (to the extent they don't already come within another Class hereof), but only with respect to such Provincial Crown Corporations: --
(a) A Provincial Bank for Savings and Investments;
(b) French Language Electronic and Optical Broadcasts and Transmissions (Aural and Visual);
(c) Any Usage of the French Language, including Printed and Electronic Publications and Advertisements.

(92)13A. Supernumerary Unemployment Insurance as an addition to That provided by the Parliament of Canada, except for Persons and Companies situate on the following Lands:
(a) Crown Lands administered by the Governor General or the Parliament of Canada;
(b) that Part of Quebec located outside of the Original Boundary under Section 6;
(c) the Protected Municipalities listed in the Second Schedule;
(d) any Municipality outside of Quebec where the Council has adopted a Resolution, which it may subsequently revoke and readopt, declaring itself exempt from this Subject.

94A. (2) Where pursuant to Subsection (1) the Parliament of Canada has established a National Old Age Pension, and where pursuant to Section 92 the Legislature of a Province has established an equivalent Old Age Pension which requires Persons to pay Money into the Pension, the Provincial Pension shall provide Her Majesty's Subjects the Option to leave the Provincial Pension and join the National Pension (and vice versa); provided that this Option is not retroactive and does not negate a Person's Pension accumulated prior to leaving, and provided that in Quebec this provision shall only apply to Subjects and Residents who are from the English or Non-French Linguistic Minority Population or the Aboriginal Population.

71A. Notwithstanding Section 90, it shall not be competent for the Lieutenant Governor of Quebec to grant the Queen's Assent to any Bill enacting a Law in relation to Classes 5, 8, 10, 13 or 16 of Section 92 which would have effect on Provincial Crown Lands that have been tentatively claimed as Aboriginal Treaty Lands under King George the Third's Royal Proclamation of October 7th 1763 (id est Lands covered by the Royal Proclamation, and the Indian Claim thereon is still unresolved with the Government of Quebec) and that are situate on territory included within Quebec but either located outside of the Original Boundary of the Province under Section 6 or located east of the Romaine River, but the Lieutenant Governor may still reserve the Bill for the Signification of the Governor General's Pleasure or withhold the Queen's Assent.

80A. The Provision in Section 80 respecting Bills altering Electoral Divisions also applies, mutatis mutandis, to any Bill for altering the Limits of a Protected Municipality listed in the Second Schedule, for depriving such a Protected Municipality of its per capita Share of Payments allocated for whatever Purposes by the Legislature to the Municipal Institutions of Quebec, for depriving such a Protected Municipality of its Equal Powers with respect to non-protected Municipal Institutions, or for imposing Obligations on such a Protected Municipality which are not also imposed on all non-protected Municipal Institutions; but with the further requirements that passage at Second and Third Readings also includes the Concurrence of the Member(s) representing the Protected Municipality being so affected and the Concurrence of the Council of that Municipality via a prior Resolution thereof supported by both the Mayor and a Majority of Councillors.

80B. The Protected Municipalities listed in the Second Schedule are hereby affirmed, and it shall not be lawful for the Lieutenant Governor nor the Legislature of Quebec to dissolve / amalgamate nor to rename a Protected Municipality unless the Name of that Municipality has first been deleted or changed in the Second Schedule through an Amendment thereto.

80C. In each Protected Municipality the Election for Mayor and Councillors shall be decided by a Majority of all Votes cast in the City and each Ward respectively.

80D. The Provision in Section 80 respecting Bills altering Electoral Divisions also applies, mutatis mutandis, to any Bill enacting a Law in relation to Classes 7, 8 or 10 of Section 92 or to Section 93 which would have effect in the City of Montréal; with the substitution of the Majority of the Members representing Montréal for the Members representing the said Electoral Divisions. Notwithstanding its Legislative Powers, the Legislature of Quebec cannot alter this Section, Sections 80A, 80B nor 80C, nor the Second Schedule.

80E. Any Bill tabled in the Legislative Assembly of Quebec (statutorily styled the National Assembly of Quebec) for enacting a Law pursuant to Section 95A shall not qualify as adopted by the Legislative Assembly unless the Third Reading of the Bill has been passed with the Concurrence of the Majority of the Members representing all the Electoral Divisions which are wholly situate within the District of Lévesque, and all of those Members shall ex officio comprise a Committee styled the Standing Committee for the District of Lévesque; and Royal Assent shall not be given to the Bill unless a written Declaration has been presented by the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly to the Lieutenant Governor stating that it has been so passed.

80F. There shall be a Committee of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec styled the Standing Committee on English and Aboriginal Affairs, and all of the Members whose Electoral Division includes a Protected Municipality shall ex officio comprise this Committee and shall elect its Chair and Deputy Chair.

95A. Notwithstanding Classes 2, 2A & 29 of Section 91 and notwithstanding Section 133, and in addition to the Legislative Authority assigned by Section 92 of that Act, in and for the District of Lévesque the Legislature of Quebec may make Laws in relation to all Matters coming within the Classes of Subjects next hereinafter enumerated except as regards all Crown Institutions, Corporations, Properties and Employees of the Parliament or Government of Canada; and where any such Law of the Legislature is in conflict with a Law of the Parliament in relation to the aforesaid Classes of Section 91, the Law of the Legislature shall prevail to the extent of the conflict: namely --
1. Regulations and Prohibitions governing Language used for Articles of Commerce (Growth, Produce & Manufacture).
2. Regulations and Prohibitions governing Language used on Commercial Buildings.
3. French Language Public Presentations (Aural and Visual), including through Electronic and Optical Broadcasts and Transmissions.
4. French Language Printed and Electronic Publications and Advertisements.
5. Restrictions or Suspensions on the Rights under Section 133 to use the English Language in the Legislature and Provincial Courts as regards Residents of the District who are from the French Linguistic Majority Population of the Province.
6. Unemployment Insurance as regards Residents of the District who are from the French Linguistic Majority Population of the Province.

Language and Provincial Legislatures
133A. Except within the District of Lévesque in the Province of Quebec, it shall not be lawful for the Legislature or Government of a Province to restrict Municipal Institutions, School Boards, Hospitals nor Police from using the English, French or an Aboriginal Language to communicate with Subjects from the English, French or Aboriginal Linguistic Minority Population of the Province.

133B. With respect to Municipalities with a Majority of Residents who are from the Aboriginal Population, it shall not be lawful for the Legislature or Government of a Province to mandate that the Municipal Government, Schools or Hospitals use a specific Language.

133C. Except within the District of Lévesque in the Province of Quebec (subject to Section 133B), only with respect to the Island of Montréal, to the Protected Municipalities listed in the Second Schedule and to all Municipalities with a Majority of Residents who are from the English or French Linguistic Minority Population of the Province, it shall not be lawful for the Legislature or Government of the Province to restrict the Municipal Government or Minority Language School Board or Hospital from using a Minority Language for its Purposes including its Documents and Signs, to mandate that the Municipal Government or Minority Language School Board or Hospital use a specific Language for conducting its Internal Affairs including communicating with its Employees, nor to mandate that the Municipal Government or Minority Language School Board have a Number of Employees who can understand or communicate in French or English higher than that necessary to serve the Residents who are from the French or English Linguistic Majority Population of the Province.

144A. In any circumstance where the Council of a Protected Municipality listed in the Second Schedule or of a Municipality on Aboriginal Treaty Lands under Section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982 sends an Address to the Governor General & Queen's Privy Council for Canada requesting Policing Assistance from Her Majesty's Government of Canada, notwithstanding Section 92 it shall be lawful for the Governor General to provide for the Government of Canada Police to assume Exclusive Authority for Law Enforcement in the Municipality in place of the Provincial Government Police; and upon a subsequent like Address from the said Council requesting Termination of such Assistance, the Governor General-in-Council at its Pleasure may transfer such Authority back to the Provincial Government.

. The Second Schedule to the Constitution Act, 1867 is hereby amended by appending to the end thereof the following:
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Protected Municipalities

Baie-D'Urfé, Beaconsfield, Côte Saint-Luc, Dollard-Des Ormeaux, Dorval, Hampstead, Kirkland, Laval, Montreal West, Mount Royal, Pointe-Claire, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Westmount, Hudson, L'Île-Cadieux, Pincourt, Saint-Lazare-de-Vaudreuil, Vaudreuil-Dorion, Abercorn, Ascot Corner, Austin, Ayer's Cliff, Barnston-Ouest, Bedford (both), Beebe Plain, Bishopton, Brigham, Bolton-Est, Bolton-Ouest, Brome Lake, Brome, Bromont, Brossard, Bury, Châteauguay, Clarenceville, Compton, Compton - Stanstead, Cookshire-Eaton, Cowansville, Dixville, Dudswell, Dunham, Durham-Sud, East Angus, East Farnham, Elgin, Frelighsburg, Hatley (both), Hemmingford (both), Hinchinbrooke, Howick, Huntingdon, Lacolle, Lennoxville, Lingwick, Longueuil, Memphrémagog, Newport, North Hatley, Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge, Ogden, Orford, Ormstown, Pike River, Potton, Rawdon, Richmond, Rock Island, Saint-Anicet, Saint-Armand, Saint-Benoît-du-Lac, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Saint-Chrysostome, Sainte-Edwidge-de-Clifton, Saint-Étienne-de-Bolton, Saint-Herménégilde, Saint-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Saint-Isidore-de-Clifton, Sainte-Sabine (Montérégie), Saint-Venant-de-Paquette, Sawyerville, Scotstown, Stanbridge East, Stanbridge Station, Stanstead, Stukely-Sud, Sutton, Warden, Waterloo, Waterville, Westbury, Escuminac, Matapédia, New Carlisle, New Richmond, Pohénégamook, Port-Daniel--Gascons, Saint-Athanase, Madeleine Islands, Alleyn-et-Cawood, Arundel, Barkmere, Bouchette, Bristol, Brownsburg-Chatham, Bryson, Calumet, Campbell's Bay, Cantley, Chelsea, Chichester, Clarendon, Eastmain, Fort-Coulonge, Grenville, Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, Hull / Gatineau, Kitcisakik, Lac-des-Seize-Îles, Lac-Tremblant-Nord, L'Ange-Gardien (west), La Pêche, L'Île-du-Grand-Calumet, L'Isle-aux-Allumettes, Litchfield, Low, Mansfield-et-Pontefract, Montcalm, Mont-Tremblant, Morin-Heights, Namur, Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette, Oka, Otter Lake, Piedmont, Pontiac Regional County, Pontiac, Portage-du-Fort, Rapides-des-Joachims, Rouyn-Noranda, Saint-André-d'Argenteuil, Shawville, Sheenboro, Thorne, Val-des-Monts, Val-d'Or, Waltham, Blanc-Sablon, Bonne-Espérance, Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon, Natashquan, Sept-Îles, Aupaluk, Ivujivik, Kangiqsualujjuaq, Kangiqsujuaq, Kangirsuk, Kawawachikamach, Kitcisakik, Kuujjuaq, Mistissini, Nemaska, Puvirnituq, Quaqtaq, Salluit, Schefferville, Tasiujaq, Umiujaq, Waskaganish, Whapmagoostui
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District of Lévesque

1. For purposes assigned in this Act and elsewhere, subject to Paragraph 2, there shall be a District within the Province of Quebec to be styled the District of Lévesque, and to be comprised of the following Lands:
(a) the territory on the Island of Montréal that is included within the present Limits (at the Time this Provision is enacted) of the City of Montréal-Est ; and
(b) the territory that lies within the Boundary commencing at the point on the North Bank of the St. Lawrence River where it intersects the West Bank of the Montmorency River, then travelling North along the West Bank of the Montmorency River to the point where it intersects the Parallel of Latitude at Forty-Seven Degrees North (47°N), then travelling due West along the Forty-Seventh Parallel to the point where it intersects the St. Maurice River, then travelling along the St. Maurice River to the point where it intersects the Matawin River, then travelling along the Matawin River to the point where it intersects the Parallel of Latitude at Forty-Six Degrees & Fifty Minutes North (46°,50'N), then travelling due West along the same Parallel of Latitude (46°,50'N) to the point where it intersects the Lièvre River, then travelling South along the East Bank of the Lièvre River to the point where it intersects the North Bank of the Ottawa River, then travelling Easterly along the North Banks of the Ottawa River and St. Lawrence River to the point of commencement.

2. The District of Lévesque excludes all existing and future Crown Lands (including Indian Reserves) which are possessed by the Parliament of Canada, excludes all existing and future Aboriginal Treaty Lands under Section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982, and also excludes all Lands included within the present Limits of the Municipalities of Rosemère and Saint-Lin--Laurentides.
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