Defining Modern Canada

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  • Constitution Act

    It replaced the BNA Act as the governing document of Canada.This constitution act also brought the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and also the constitution act was signed by queen Elizabeth the second.
  • Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

    This guarantees political rights and civil rights for Canadians. It was brought to unify Canadians with rights and principles. The charter was signed by Queen Elizabeth the second herself.
  • Meech Lake Accord

    It was a set of failed acts to improve the Constitution. The Accord was intended to convince Quebec to stay "in" or with Canada by approving the Canadian Constitution.
  • Canada – United States Free Trade Agreement

    This was an trade agreement signed by the US and Canada, which would allow for trade in goods and services between Canada and the United States.
  • Charlottetown Accord

    This was the second attempt to to renegotiate Confederation and add Quebec into confederation.

    North America Free Trade Agreement, which is a free trade agreement between Canada, the United States and Mexico.
  • Quebec referendum, 1995

    This was the second thime that a referendum took place. It asked voters in Quebec whether Quebec should patriate become an independent state or they should stay with canada.