(19) Thus, when Premier Davis of Ontario and Premier Lougheed of Alberta, facilitated by Premier Blakeney of Saskatchewan, agreed to the package of proposals worked out in the "Kitchen Accord" and got the agreement of six other provinces, there was no way that the Prime Minister of Canada could reject it.
Peckford is wrong in his assertion that there never was a Kitchen Accord and that it played no role in the patriation discussions that night.
Romanow, talked briefly to Premier Davis of Ontario, and to the Prime Minister, about the proposals, later called the "Kitchen Accord." All of this is detailed in my book, Patriation Minutes, supra note 3 at pages 59 and 60.
When we senior officials came together in Premier Blakeney's suite in the Hotel Chateau Laurier, I carried forward the proposals which would later be called the "Kitchen Accord." As well, Mr.
The evening of November 5, 1981 began the process of reaching an accommodation of key provincial requirements with the creation of the "Kitchen Accord
", which is now part of constitutional lore.
My part in this Conference is to revisit the role of the so-called "Kitchen Accord".
Others can make their own conclusions as to what impact, the so-called "Kitchen Accord" had on what was the eventual agreement revealed on Thursday November 5.