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  • Le rapatriement de la Constitution canadienne: «Kitchen Accord» ou la «Nuit des longs couteaux» | The Virtual Historian
    Le rapatriement de la Constitution canadienne Kitchen Accord ou la Nuit des longs couteaux La mission Grilles d évaluation Introduction Indices Ressources Livres Articles Artéfacts Photographies Cartes Lignes du temps Audio visuels Suppléments Activités Guide du prof Biographie Richard Hatfield URL http www gnb ca cnb promos archives bio f htm Afin d en apprendre davantage sur Richard Hatfield premier ministre du Nouveau Brunswick consultez sa biographie sur le site

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/fr/Rapatriement?section=extras&extra_id=5823 (2014-10-09)
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  • Le rapatriement de la Constitution canadienne: «Kitchen Accord» ou la «Nuit des longs couteaux» | The Virtual Historian
    Le rapatriement de la Constitution canadienne Kitchen Accord ou la Nuit des longs couteaux La mission Grilles d évaluation Introduction Indices Ressources Livres Articles Artéfacts Photographies Cartes Lignes du temps Audio visuels Suppléments Activités Guide du prof Biographie William Bill Davis URL http www thecanadianencyclopedia ca fr article bill davis Afin d en apprendre davantage sur le premier ministre de l Ontario William Bill Davis consultez sa biographie sur le

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/fr/Rapatriement?section=extras&extra_id=5825 (2014-10-09)
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  • Le rapatriement de la Constitution canadienne: «Kitchen Accord» ou la «Nuit des longs couteaux» | The Virtual Historian
    partagées L historien virtuel Le rapatriement de la Constitution canadienne Kitchen Accord ou la Nuit des longs couteaux La mission Grilles d évaluation Introduction Indices Ressources Livres Articles Artéfacts Photographies Cartes Lignes du temps Audio visuels Suppléments Activités Guide du prof Canada la saga constitutionnelle URL http ici radio canada ca nouvelles dossiers constitution Afin d en apprendre davantage sur l histoire de la consititution canadienne et son rapatriement cliquez

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    And His Royal Highness agrees that all other armed vessels on these lakes shall be forthwith dismantled and that no other vessels of war shall be there built or armed His Royal Highness further agrees that if either party should hereafter be desirous of annulling this stipulation and should give notice to that effect to the other Party it shall cease to be binding after the expiration of six months from the date of such notice The Undersigned has it in command from His Royal Highness the Prince Regent to acquaint the American Government that His Royal Highness has issued orders to His Majesty s Officers on the lakes directing that the Naval Force so to be limited shall be restricted to such services as will in no respect interfere with the proper duties of the armed vessels of the other party The Undersigned has the honour to renew to Mr Rush the assurances of his highest consideration CHARLES BAGOT From the United States Secretary of State to His Majesty s Minister at Washington Department of State April 29th 1817 The Undersigned acting Secretary of State has the honour to acknowledge the receipt of Mr Bagot s note of the 28th of this month informing him that having laid before the Government of His Britannic Majesty the correspondence which passed last year between the Secretary of State and himself upon the subject of a proposal to reduce the naval force of the two countries upon the American lakes he had received the commands of His Royal Highness the Prince Regent to inform this Government that His Royal Highness was willing to accede to the proposition made by the Secretary of State in his note of the second of August last The Undersigned has the honour to express to Mr Bagot

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/large-pages/book/900 (2014-10-09)
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  • The Virtual Historian
    Coast Guard USCG from deploying automatic weapons M 6O and or 50 caliber machine guns aboard USCG vessels operating in U S waters on the Great Lakes We concur in the conclusion of the USCG legal advisor from the office of Law Enforcement that prior U S statements on the scope of the Rush Bagot Agreement support the position that the USCG would not be prohibited from deploying automatic weapons M 60 and or 50 dauber machine guns aboard USOG vessels operating in U S waters on the Great Lakes But it is not clear that Canada has ever concurred with the interpretation that the Rush Bagot Agreement does not apply to revenue cutters We note that both countries have been tolerant of deviations from the Rush Bagot Agreement born of contemporary developments In each case however such deviations appear to have been amply documented in extensive exchanges of diplomatic notes and consultative letters that have publicly and demonstratively upheld the spirit of Rush Bagot We understand the exigencies of the situation and the considerations that underlie the USCG proposal to deploy such weapons aboard USCG vessels and we fully support USCG efforts to ensure maritime security on our northern border However while do not find that the concurrence of the Canadian side is required by the terms of the Treaty it is our position that based on a the record of prior notifications and consultations under the Rush Bagot Agreement b the need to preserve and promote an atmosphere of voluntary transparency and consultation with Canada and c the overwhelming foreign policy interests of preserving both the spirit of the Rush Bagot Agreement and the current positive U S Canadian relationship the United States should not arm USCG revenue cutters operating in U S waters on the Great Lakes

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/large-pages/book/902 (2014-10-09)
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  • The Virtual Historian
    law enforcement measures may be necessary and authorized to prevent terrorists or others engaged in criminal activities from crossing the U S Canadian boundary by water This increased effort includes the arming of Coast Guard patrols with M 60 50 caliber machine guns or like automatic weapons in waters of the Great Lakes that are subject to the jurisdiction of the United States in order to protect ports the flow of commerce and the marine transportation system from terrorism As such the United States Government assures the Government of Canada that these vessels so armed will not engage in law enforcement activities in Canadian waters Furthermore those U S Coast Guard vessels engaged in fisheries enforcement will not have arms installed or stowed on them when they operate in Canadian waters in accordance with our existing understanding Finally all U S Coast Guard vessels located in the Great Lakes will have any such armament dismantled and safely stowed when they are in Canadian waters or ports The purpose of the Rush Bagot Agreement of 1817 was to limit the naval forces and armaments on the Great Lakes in order to reduce tensions inflamed by the War of 1812 and gave birth to a spirit of cross border cooperation that has continued to be the hallmark of U S Canadian defense security and law enforcement relations Both Governments have at appropriate junctures acknowledged that the technical scheme and definitions of the Agreement are not altogether applicable to present day conditions nevertheless both Governments value the purpose of the Agreement appreciate the spirit of cooperation and mutual respect embodied in it and affirm that these will continue to guide them in matters relating to naval forces on the Great Lakes for some time to come The Coast Guard vessels to be armed

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/large-pages/book/901 (2014-10-09)
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  • The Virtual Historian
    in Register What s New Lessons Publications Support Training Tutorial Blog Public Lessons Members Lessons Shared Lessons The Virtual Historian Canada U S Relations Single lesson Back Caption Map of eastern and Central Canada and United States Back Privacy Policy

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/large-pages/map/897 (2014-10-09)
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  • The Virtual Historian
    0 Connexion Inscription Nouvelles Leçons Ouvrages Soutien technique Formation Tutoriel Blogue Leçons publiques Leçons pour les membres Leçons partagées L historien virtuel La grande paix de 1701 Retour Politique de

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/fr/large-intro/1476 (2014-10-09)
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