As Canada celebrates the 150th anniversary of Confederation, now is an appropriate time to read what is included in Canada’s constitution. Could it be that where the boundary between Ontario and Quebec in the Upper Ottawa Valley is entrenched in the Constitution, is actually in a different location from where the border between the two provinces is assumed to be?
Here is the story so far.
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