British North America Act, 1965
|British North America Act, 1965|
Renamed the Constitution Act, 1965 in 1982, this legislation was introduced by the government of Lester Pearson and instituted a mandatory retirement age of 75 for all persons appointed to the Canadian Senate. Those appointed prior to the passage of the Act were exempt.
14 Elizabeth II, c. 4 (Canada)
An Act to make provision for the retirement of members of the Senate
[Assented to 2nd June, 1965.]
Amendment as to legislation respecting the term of office for Senators
Tenure of place in Senate
Short title and citation of Part I
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