The Canadian Press

1991-10-22 | Constitution-Wells

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Newfoundland Premier Clyde Wells outlined his concerns about Ottawa's constitutional proposals. In an address to the province's committee on the Constitution, Wells said he could accept the distinct society clause for Quebec in the Charter if it applies only to Quebec law. He said he didn't have concerns about its place in the so-called Canada Clause. Wells said he continued to push for a triple-E Senate because a Senate that isn't equal or effective would be a disaster for Newfoundland.

Date: 1991-10-22
Placeline: St John's, NL, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 20 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << whether I'm happy or not is of no consequence what's important is what the right thing to do to ensure that we of comedy from the from the concerns of Quebec in this case and other parts of the country and to ensure that in in our overall constitutional structure we provide for fairness and balance >>

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