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FreeAlberta

This father/son blog is dedicated to the furtherance of the independence movement in Alberta. It has been made abundantly clear that Alberta is the victim of tyranny by the majority. There is no indication that this will ever change. It is time to leave, to go our separate ways. In this blog I will focus on issues relating to Alberta Independence such as why it is necessary, what an independent Alberta might look like and how we can go about forging our independence.

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

FreeAlberta Today

This blog is dedicated to the furtherance of the separation movement in Alberta. It has been made abundantly clear that Alberta is the victim of tyranny by the majority. We have spend an entire generation working to remedy the situation to no avail. The list of grievances against Alberta committed by Ottawa grows by the week. The power of Ottawa's corrupt politicians grows at the expense of Alberta. There is no indication that this will ever change. It is time to leave, to go our separate ways. Just as it was once time for Upper and Lower Canada to become independent of Great Britain, so now Alberta's time has come to rule herself.
In this blog I will focus on issues relating to Alberta Independence such as why separation is necessary, what an independent Alberta might look like and how we can go about forging our independence. I would like to invite you to add your comments to the discussion as we search for solutions together.

Condredge

5 Comments:

At 8/04/2005 1:59 PM, Blogger David Wozney said...

What was the name of the "Queen" when the "Alberta Act" was drafted in 1905?

Section 9 of Canada's Constitution Act, 1867 states: "The Executive Government and Authority of and over Canada is hereby declared to continue and be vested in the Queen".

 
At 8/04/2005 9:28 PM, Blogger younge whippersnapper said...

Okay... what are you trying to imply here?

 
At 8/05/2005 8:22 AM, Blogger David Wozney said...

In accordance with the Constitution Act, 1867 the Queen ordered and declared that Rupert's Land and the North­-Western Territory were admitted into and became part of the Dominion of Canada on July 15, 1870.

 
At 8/05/2005 10:53 PM, Blogger the olde gaffer said...

The reigning Monarch in 1905 was Edward VII (his spouse,the Queen, was Alexandra) but your point still evades me!

 
At 8/07/2005 9:24 AM, Blogger David Wozney said...

The Executive Government and Authority of and over Canada did not continue to be vested in Alexandra in January 1901.

Section 17 of Canada's Constitution Act, 1867 states: "There shall be One Parliament for Canada, consisting of the Queen, an Upper House styled the Senate, and the House of Commons."

In 1905, when the Alberta Act was drafted, was Canada's Parliament no longer acting in accordance with Section 17?

 

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