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Federal-provincial relations (Canada)

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Correspondence

  • GR-1306
  • Series
  • 1881

"Correspondence between Mr. De Cosmos, as Special Agent to London, and others, respecting the Petition of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, to the Queen, on the subject of the Canadian Pacific Railway from March 22nd 1881 ... to A...

British Columbia. Lieutenant Governor

Lieutenant Governor's records

  • GR-0443
  • Series
  • 1871-1936

Papers of the Lieutenant-Governors of British Columbia. Includes transcripts of telegrams between Victoria and Ottawa, letterbook copies of official despatches outward (1871-1881), despatches inward from Governor General, Secretary of State, and ...

British Columbia. Lieutenant Governor

Pattullo papers

Private and official correspondence, speeches, accounts, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, reports, memoranda and miscellaneous items. The papers consist of 84 document boxes [volumes 1-84] of private and official correspondence, inward and outward...

Pattullo, Thomas Dufferin, 1873-1956

Premier's records

  • GR-1414
  • Series
  • 1953-1972

Official correspondence, reports, briefs to cabinet, articles and messages, etc. accumulated during W.A.C. Bennett's tenure as prime minister. Includes files on Dominion-provincial relations, civil defence, centennial celebrations, railways ...

British Columbia. Premier

Premiers' papers

  • GR-1222
  • Series
  • 1917-1952

Official reports and correspondence accumulated during the administrations of Premiers Tolmie, Pattullo, Hart, and Johnson. Includes Departmental, General, and Federal files, plus separate series of documents on Pacific Great Eastern Railway (191...

British Columbia. Premier