Constitutional amending formula

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The procedures set out in Part V of the Constitution Act, 1982, which, for the first time, enable all parts of the Constitution of Canada to be domestically amended without recourse to the United Kingdom Parliament. In general, consent of the Parliament of Canada, some or all of the provincial legislatures, and the governor general is required for an amendment.

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