Six Harbours Agreement 1924

  • October 8, 2021
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And while the Senate and the House of Commons of Canada meeting in Parliament addressed a speech to Her Majesty, in which they pray that Her Majesty is happy to present to the Parliament of the United Kingdom a measure to confirm these agreements: 25. This Agreement, subject to its approval by the Canadian Parliament and the Legislative Branch of the Province of Manitoba, will come into force on July 15, 1930, the date on which Her Majesty has given her approval to an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland confirming it. and if he has not given this agreement before that date, it is on the date that can be agreed. 14. The above clauses shall not be construed so that Canada`s interests in any of the lands that are part of the railway belt and that are part of any of the national parks described in Schedule 2 to this Agreement are transferred to the Province. 2. The Province will perform, in accordance with the terms of this Agreement, the purchase or lease of the Crown, mines or minerals and any other agreement in which a person is entitled to an interest vis-à-vis the Crown, and will also undertake not to influence or modify the provision of such contract of sale. Leasing or any other agreement by law or any other provision. unless, with the agreement of all parties except Canada, or to the extent that the legislation generally applies to, or participation in, all similar agreements concerning lands, mines or minerals in the province, regardless of one of the parties involved. 9. Canada agrees that the provision in Section 4 of the Dominion Water Power Act, Chapter Two Hundred and Ten of the Statutes of Canada, 1927, that each enterprise is declared to be operating for the general benefit of Canada, shall be repealed effective from the date of coming into force of this Agreement, to the extent that this applies to such enterprises located in the Province; Nothing in this paragraph shall affect the legislative authority of the Parliament of Canada to make a declaration hereafter after the tenth paragraph of section eighty-two of the Constitution Act, 1867. .

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