Constitution Act, 1930 (annotated)

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Constitution Act, 1930
(British North America Act, 1930)

Gave the newer provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan rights over certain natural resources found in federally controlled crown lands.

Excerpted from British North America Acts on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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