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Written in English


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SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 44968, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 44968
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FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (4 fr.).
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Open LibraryOL24616213M
ISBN 100665449682

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Copy of petition proposed to be addressed to the Provincial Legislature [electronic resource]: the petition of the Toronto Board of : Board of Trade of the City of Toronto. The petition must be addressed to the Legislative Assembly. It cannot be addressed to the Government, a particular caucus, a political party or to any individual Member (e.g. the Premier or a Minister) or group of Members in the Size: KB. For provincial or municipal matters the provincial Legislature is the appropriate body to petition. For federal matters such as divorce, military issues, exemption from or variance of the terms of a fed- eral statute, immigration, citizenship, etc., a Private Bill must be requested from the Parliament in Size: KB. A petition must be addressed to either the Parliament, Legislature or Legislative Assembly of Ontario. Petitions addressed to the Government of Ontario or to a particular minister cannot be accepted. Petitions must be written, typewritten or printed, and it is recommended that the paper be standard letter or legal size.

Delivering it at the Provincial Legislature building; Electronic and social platform; and; By fax; A petition may be submitted to the Petitions Office in the Public Participation & Petitions (PPP) Unit in hard copy or electronically. NOTE: All petitioners will be sent an acknowledgement in writing following receipt of their petitions. The body of the petition included a statement of the request or complaint (and often a proposal to remedy the situation), ranging in length from one paragraph to several pages. By explaining their case, petitioners hoped to convince the legislature of the validity of their pleas. Led by the Chairperson, Honourable Refilwe Mogale, the Gauteng Provincial Legislature’s (GPL) Standing Committee on Petitions will convene a two-day public hearing with the aim of resolving service delivery concerns raised by. Copy of petition proposed to be addressed to the Provincial Legislature: the petition of the Toronto Board of Trade. Author: Board of Trade of the City of Toronto.

A petition addressed to the Legislative Assembly must be based on the template attached below, be drafted in respectful terms and must comply with the following basic rules: All signatures must be original and written directly on the face of the petition, and not pasted or transferred to it. Petitions must be free of erasures or insertions. 4.(1) The Executive Authority of the Provincial Legislature is the Speaker of the Provincial Legislature. (2) The Executive Authority is accountable to the Provincial Legislature for the sound financial management ofthe Provincial Legislature. (3) The Executive Authority must act in accordance with the Provincial Legislature's Code of Ethics. Sections 80 and of the Constitution permit members of the legislature, after an Act of Parliament or of a provincial legislature as the case may be has been signed, to apply to the Constitutional Court for an order declaring that all or part of the legislative instrument in question is unconstitutional.   Legislative Assembly of Ontario. The House meets on Febru Current agenda: Febru Explore committees. Try our enhanced search. We are currently testing an enhanced search experience on our website. Try it and tell us what you think. Ontario's Poet Laureate. Learn more about this new post, in memory of Gord Downie.