The Canadian Press

1992-08-21 | CONST Bourassa transfer of powers

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Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa spoke glowingly about what Quebec achieved in federal-provincial power-sharing negotiations. Bourassa's party had demanded the federal government transfer 22 powers to Quebec. The Charlottetown accord recognized only six as exclusive provincial jurisdiction -- housing, recreation, municipal and urban affairs, forestry, mining and tourism -- and offered to negotiate on others, including culture and telecommunications.

Date: 1992-08-21
Placeline: OTTAWA, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 14 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I believe that sir that's a real progress it's less than we would have expected it's normal that we are looking for a hundred percent of the objective but look what we got and then compare with the prison situation >>