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5/17/2005

The Constitution as Public Convenience

Kevin Grace kindly bought me a beer or seventeen and we talked about the strange day in which Belinda has shown her mettle. Or, to be more exact, we didn't. Rather we talked about the end of the Canadian constitution and what it might mean.

What seems to have happened is that a cynical, and that is understating the case, politcal party has decised to suspend the conventions which are an implicit part of the Constitution, for its own advantage. The GG has remained silent. Parliament has been silenced.

We no longer have a constitution or a Parliament - we have an autocrat.

Ontario is ok with this.