This section of the Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage website discusses the period from 1934 to 1949 when the province of Newfoundland and Labrador lost responsible government and was governed by Britain through a seven-person commission. Topics covered include the social changes implemented by the commission, and how World War II impacted the commission-run province.
Part of Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage, this site presents historical and other information on the five aboriginal peoples of Newfoundland and Labrador: the Inuit, the Innu, the Mi'kmaq, the Metis, and the extinct Beothuk.
Launched in 2007 as The Nova Scotia Policy Review, this independent quarterly magazine has gained the respect of policy makers, community advocates and concerned citizens. Its independent reporting has been cited as evidence in the provincial legislature and by municipalities and community groups that have found in its pages sound arguments to support sustainable social development.
The Legislative Counsel Office of Nova Scotia website lists all legislation introduced in Nova Scotia since 1995. In some cases, full text is provided, as in the case of the 1931 Statute of Westminster.