Canada's approach to the treaty-making process / Laura Barnett, Legal and Legislative Affairs Division, Parliamentary Information and Research Service.: YM32-2/2008-45-2018E-PDF
"In Canada, the negotiation, signature and ratification of international treaties are controlled by the executive branch of the federal government, while Parliament is responsible for the implementation of such treaties at the federal level. This Background Paper explores Canada's approach to the negotiation, signature, ratification and implementation of international treaties at the federal level, including a description of power over international affairs, the treaty‑making process itself, various compliance mechanisms, and the federal‑provincial/territorial relationship with respect to international treaties"--Introduction, page 1.
Permanent link to this Catalogue record:
|Department/Agency|| Canada. Library of Parliament. |
Canada. Parliamentary Information and Research Service.
|Title||Canada's approach to the treaty-making process / Laura Barnett, Legal and Legislative Affairs Division, Parliamentary Information and Research Service.|
|Series title||Background paper ; publication no. 2008-45-E|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Earlier edition||Canada's approach to the treaty-making process /|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: Le processus de conclusion des traités au Canada. |
Includes bibliographical references (pages 8-12).
|Publishing information|| Ottawa, Canada : Library of Parliament = Bibliothèque du Parlement, 2018. |
|Author / Contributor||Barnett, Laura, author.|
|Description||1 online resource (i, 12 pages).|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Edition||Revised 8 May 2018.|
|Subject terms|| International agreements |
Request alternate formatsTo request an alternate format of a publication, complete the Government of Canada Publications email form. Use the form’s “question or comment” field to specify the requested publication.
- Date modified: