One-sided Freedom Party of Ontario flyer promoting then Freedom Party leader Robert Metz’ October 21, 22, and 23, 1992 public meetings to discuss the Charlottetown Constitution Agreement and its potential impact on the future of Canada.
On October 26, 1992, two referendums, the Quebec government’s referendum in Quebec, and the federal government’s referendum in all other provinces and territories, were put to the voters. The referendum asked: “Do you agree that the Constitution of Canada should be renewed on the basis of the agreement reached on August 28, 1992?”. Fifty four point three percent (54.3%) of those who voted voted “No”.
Document: IT’S O.K. TO VOTE ‘NO’
Document Published: Prior to October 21, 1992.
Publisher: Freedom Party of Ontario
Document Type: flyer
Number of Pages: 1 (one-sided, single one-third leaf of paper)
Page dimensions: approximately 3.7″ x 8.5″
Color/BW: Full colour
Archive format: .pdf (searchable); size: 0.2 MB; URL: http://www.freedomparty.on.ca/archive/documents/between-elections-campaigns/charlottetownaccord/1992-10-xx.fpo-flyer-charlottetown-accord-meetings.internet-quick-download.pdf
Archive format: .pdf (searchable exact); size: 0.4 MB; URL: http://www.freedomparty.on.ca/archive/documents/between-elections-campaigns/charlottetownaccord/1992-10-xx.fpo-flyer-charlottetown-accord-meetings.pdf