The Clarity Act (known as Bill C-20 before it became law) was a law passed by Canadian Government in 1999.
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- Text of the Clarity Act
- Full text of the Reference re Secession of Quebec
- 1995 Act Respecting the Future of Quebec
- Open letter in support of the democratic right to self-determination for Quebec
- Debates - Issue 44 - April 6, 2000 (Senate's Second Reading debate about the passage of specific powers to the House of Commons; notable because the Senate is a co-equal body)
- CBC report on introduction of Clarity Bill