Welcome to The Myth Is Canada website – a documentary film about Canada’s history.
With Canada “celebrating” its 150th birthday in 2017, it’s long over due to learn about some very import facts about it’s origins which, technically, began with the British North American Act of 1867.
For Canadians, the answers to the following questions should be common knowledge as the content should of been mandatory learning in our education system. There is a reason why it isn’t and The Myth Is Canada will expose all of this.
So… here are 9 very important questions that you need to ask yourself:
- Where are the Articles of Confederation, if Canada had confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?
- Why was Canada known as the “Dominion of Canada” a British colony until 1931, if Canada had confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?
- Why would Lord Thring need to create the BNA act and pass it as an order-in-counsel as letters patent in 1867 if Canada was a sovereign nation?
- Why in 1893, would the British Parliament deem it necessary to repeal certian sections of the BNA act, with the “Statute Law Revisions act” if Canada confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation?
- Why in 1931 would the British parliament create the “Statute of Westminster” to nulify the BNA act, if Canada confederated in 1867 and was a sovereign nation?
- Why did PM Trudeau in 1982 have his (de facto) liberal government create the “Canada act” and then take that act to a foreign monarch and have her parliament pass that act as the “Constitution act, 1982” if Canada confederated 115 years earlier and is a sovereign nation?
- Why do Prime Ministers and other officials when sworn into office here in Canada, swear their alliagence to a foreign monarch, Queen Elizabeth, and not the people of Canada if Canada confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation.
- Why in 1947 did Canadian Citizenship come into existence if Canada confederated 80 years earlier and is a sovereign nation?
- Why was it necessary in 1990 to sue a member of the federal parliament, J. Littlechild MP, to force him to do his duty to his constituents and have the courts rule against his constituents, if Canada had confederated in 1867 and is a sovereign nation.