I submitted this to a Royal Commission in June 1992 when Canada’s Federal government wished to know how to evolve the Canadian relationship with its Canadian Indian population. I begin on line 14 of this first page.
I would like to think this submission was instrumental in largely stopping the Royal Commission from implementing many of the collective proposals, some of which came from far away as Australia. My main point is individual rights is absolutely necessary if any kind of governing body is proposed. Such inclusion ensures one law for Canada.
The only place I’ve seen the Royal Commission being used is with the Royal Bank Of Canada.
— Ted. Feb 16 2021