House of Commons, 28 September 1891, Canadian Confederation with Alberta and Saskatchewan

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Mr. DEWDNEY moved concurrence in amendments made by the Senate to Bill (No. 126) to amend the Acts respecting the North-West Territories.
Mr. DAVIN. I would have moved that these amendments be not agreed to, but I had a conversation with the Hon. Mr. Dewdney, who tells me that certain changes will be made which will, I think, be quite satisfactory to the North-West.
Mr. LAURIER. I would say to the Minister that I have received from the Territory of Saskatchewan a protest that the electoral districts as they are now arranged will not be satisfactory, some being too small and others too large. I stated to my correspondent that I would make the protest, but that I could not do anything more, as I do not profess to be familiar with the localities.
Mr. DAVIN. They are going to he altered.
Amendments concurred in.


Canada. House of Commons Debates, 1875-1949. Provided by the Library of Parliament.



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