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Appendix B: Bibliography

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Arnoldi, J.R. Correspondence. Ottawa, National Archives. RG11, Series B1(b), Subject Registers, 1859-1879.

Beauchesne, A. Memorandum for His Honour The Speaker re Congested Quarters Occupied by the Staff of the House of Commons, to Rodolphe Lemieux, Speaker of the House of Commons, January 16, 1930.

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Bejermi, John. How Parliament Works. Ottawa: Borealis Press, 1996.

Blumenfeld, Hans. "National Capital Plan Glories and Miseries of a Master Plan." Architecture Canada 4,67 (April 1967), pp. 32-35.

Bosley, J. Research paper for the Commission to Review Salaries of Members of Parliament. To James McGrath.

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Brower, Edward Julien. Parliamentary Committees in the Canadian Federal Government. Ottawa: n.p., 1950.

Bureau, Joseph. Hand Book to the Parliamentary and Departmental Buildings, Canada: with Plans of the Buildings Indicating the Several Offices and the Names of the Officials Occupying them, Together with a Plan of the City, and a Short Sketch of the Valley of the Ottawa and Every Object of Interest in the Neighbourhood: also Lists of Members of the Privy Council, local Governments, Senators, Members of the House of Commons and local Legislatures, etc. Ottawa: G. E. Desbarats, 1868.

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Canada. Advisory Commission on Parliamentary Accommodation. Report of the Advisory Commission on Parliamentary Accommodation. Ottawa: Advisory Commission on Parliamentary Accommodation, 1976.

Canada. Advisory Committee on Parliamentary Salaries and Expenses. Report. Ottawa: Queen’s Printer for Canada, 1970.

Canada. Department of Public Works. Parliament Buildings Ottawa: Plan of Ground Floor, 1910, National Archives, NMC51465.

———. Victoria Museum, Ottawa: Plan of the House of Commons Showing Seating, 1916, National Archives, RG11, v.2649, f.1551-44.

———. West Block Plans/Plans de l’Immeuble de l’Ouest, second and third floor, 1963.

Canada. Department of the Secretary of State. Rapport et correspondance de la Commission d’embellissement d’Ottawa. Ottawa: Imprimeur du Roi, 1912.

Canada. Federal District Commission. Plan for the National Capital: National Capital Planning Service, Ottawa. Ottawa: King’s Printer for Canada, 1950.

Canada. Federal Heritage Buildings Review Office. FHBRO Code of Practice. Ottawa: Canadian Heritage, Parks Canada, 1996.

Canada. Federal Plan Commission. Report of the Federal Plan Commission on a General Plan for the Cities of Ottawa and Hull. Ottawa: Federal Plan Commission, 1916.

Canada. Heritage Conservation Program. Conservation Guidelines for the Interior of the Centre Block, Parliament Hill. Prepared for Parliamentary Precinct Directorate, Public Works and Government Services Canada. Ottawa: n.p., October, 1997.

Canada. National Capital Commission. A Capital for Future Generations: Vision for the Core Area of Canada’s Capital Region. Ottawa: National Capital Commission, 1998.

———. A propos of the Capital of Canada/A propos de la capitale nationale. Ottawa: Queen’s Printer for Canada, 1964.

———. Canadians on the Hill: A Continuing Tradition. 1999.

———. Early Days in the Ottawa Country: A Short History of Ottawa, Hull and the National Capital Region. Ottawa: National Capital Commission, 1967.

———. The Parliamentary Precinct Area: Urban Design Guidelines and Demonstration Plan for Long Range Development. Ottawa: National Capital Commission, 1987.

Canada. National Capital Planning Committee. Planning Canada’s National Capital: An Introduction to the National Capital Plan. Ottawa: n.p., 1948.

Canada. National Committee for the Celebration of the Diamond Jubilee of Confederation. Report of the Executive Committee National Diamond Jubilee of Confederation. Ottawa: King’s Printer for Canada, 1928.

Canada. Office of the Auditor General. House of Commons: Comprehensive Audit Report. Ottawa: Auditor General of Canada, 1980.

———. Report of the Audit of the House of Commons Administration. Ottawa: Auditor General of Canada, 1991.

———. Report of the Auditor General to the House of Commons: Chapter 28 — Follow-up of Recommendations in Previous Reports, Chapter 29 — Other Audit Observations, Appendices. Ottawa: Auditor General of Canada, December 1998.

———. Report on the Follow-up of the 1980 Comprehensive Audit of the House of Commons. Ottawa: Auditor General of Canada, 1983.

———. Report to the Senate and the House of Commons on Matters of Joint Interest: Annex, Detailed Report. Ottawa: The Office, 1992.

———. Report to the Senate and the House of Commons on Matters of Joint Interest. Ottawa: The Office, 1992.

Canada. Ottawa Improvement Commission. Ottawa Improvement Commission Relating to the Improvement and Beautifying of Ottawa. Ottawa: King’s Printer for Canada, 1912.

———. Report to the Ottawa Improvement Commissioners. Ottawa: n.p., 1904.

———. Special Report of the Ottawa Improvement Commission from Its Inception in 1899 to March 31st, 1912. Ottawa: n.p., 1913.

———. The Capital of Canada: Parks and Driveways. Ottawa: Ottawa Improvement Commission, 1925.

Canada. Parliament. House of Commons. A Glossary of Parliamentary Procedure. Ottawa: House of Commons, 1992.

———. Annual Report: Report on the Administration of the House of Commons for the Parliament. Ottawa: House of Commons, 1997.

———. Beyond the 20th Century: A 25 Year Accommodation Plan for the House of Commons. Ottawa: House of Commons, 1994.

———. Parliamentary Precinct: Technology Infrastructures Principles. N.p., n.p., 1998.

———. Performance Report. Ottawa: House of Commons, 1998.

———. Submission to Commission to Review Salaries of Members of Parliament and Senators. Ottawa: House of Commons, 1985.

———. Administration. Performance Report — April 1997 to September 1998. N.p., n.p., 1998.

———. Committees and Private Legislation Directorate. Committees of the House of Commons of Canada: Practical Guide. Ottawa: Committees and Private Legislation Directorate, 1985.

———. Human Resources. House of Commons, Organization Chart/Chambre des communes, organigramme. Ottawa: House of Commons, Human Resources, 1991.

———. Information Systems. Recent Technology Innovations. N.p., n.p., 1999.

———. Information Systems Directorate. Charter: Parliamentary Precinct Information Technology Program. N.p., n.p., 1999.

———. Information Systems Planning. 1995/96 Annual Information Systems Report: Recent activities and strategic priorities. N.p., n.p., 1995.

———. Office of the Comptroller General. Professional Development for Information Technology Audit. N.p., n.p., 1989.

———. Private Members’ Business Office. Private Members’ Business: A Practical Guide. Ottawa: House of Commons, Private Members’ Business Office, 1997.

———. Program Evaluation and Review. Audit of Informatics — Executive Summary. N.p., n.p., 1997.

———. Program Evaluation and Review. Audit of Informatics — Final Report. N.p., n.p., 1997.

———. Special Committee on the Reform of the House of Commons. Report of the Special Committee on Reform of the House of Commons. Ottawa: Queen’s Printer for Canada, 1985.

———. Special Committee on TV and Radio Broadcasting of Proceedings of the House and its Committees. Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of the Special Committee on TV and Radio Broadcasting of Proceedings of the House and its Committees/ Procès-verbaux et témoignages du Comité spécial de la radio-télédiffusion des délibérations de la Chambre et de ses comités. Ottawa: Queen’s Printer for Canada, 1978.

———. Table Research Branch. Privilege in the Modern Context. Ottawa: House of Commons, Table Research Branch, 1990.

———. Task Force on the Handling and Transit of Goods and Assets. Room Report — May 1997: The Nightmare before Christmas: Getting a Room on Parliament Hill. N.p., n.p., May 1997.

———. Task Force on the Handling and Transit of Goods and Assets. Preliminary Report, June 21, 1996: The Bear is Dancing! N.p., n.p., 1996.

Canada. Parliament. Joint Committee on Federal District Commission. Index of Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of Sittings of Joint Committee of the Senate and the House of Commons on the Federal District Commission from March 21 to July 30, 1956. Ottawa: n.p., 1956.

———. Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of the Joint Committee of the Senate and the House of Commons on the Federal District Commission. Ottawa: Queen’s Printer for Canada, 1956.

Canada. Parliament. Joint Committee on Location of the Seat of Government in the City of Ottawa. Proceedings of the Committee … Appointed to Review the Special Problems Arising out of the Location of the Seat of Government in the City of Ottawa and to Report on the Relations Between the Federal Government and Municipal Authorities … and the Relative Responsibilities in Respect to such Problems. Ottawa: ing’s Printer for Canada, 1944.

Canada. Parliament. Library of Parliament. Information and Reference Branch. Documents Relevant to the Construction of the Parliament Buildings Extracted form the Annual Reports of the Department of Public Works: Sessional Papers. Ottawa: Library of Parliament, Information and Reference Branch, 1985.

Canada. Parliament. Special Joint Committee of the Senate and of the House of Commons on the Constitution of Canada (1970-1972). Final Report. Ottawa: Queen’s Printer for Canada, 1972.

———. Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of the Special Joint Committee of the Senate and the House of Commons on the Constitution of Canada/Procès-verbaux et témoignages du Comité spécial mixte du Sénat et de la Chambre des communes sur la Constitution du Canada. Ottawa: Queen’s Printer for Canada, 1972.

Canada. Public Works and Government Services Canada. Preserving the Hill: A Progress Report Prepared for The Honourable Alfonso Gagliano, P.C., M.P., Minister of Public Works and Government Services on the Restoration and Renovation of the Parliamentary Precinct. Ottawa: n.p., September 1998.

———. Accommodation Branch. To the 21st Century: A Construction Program for the Parliamentary Precinct. N.p., n.p., 1991.

———. Accommodation Branch. To the 21st Century: A Construction Program for the Parliamentary Precinct; 1990/91-1999/2000. N.p., n.p., 1992.

———. Parliamentary Precinct Directorate. House of Commons Accommodation Plan. N.p., n.p., 1993.

Canada. Service d’aménagement de la capitale nationale. Projet d’aménagement de la capitale nationale … Ottawa: Imprimeur du roi pour le Canada, 1950.

Canadian Press. "Commons Sports New Lighting System." Journal, Ottawa, February 17,      1965.

Cauchon, Noulan. "Hexagonal Blocks for Residential Districts: Excerpts from an Address Before the Recent International Town, City and Regional Planning Conference." The American City Magazine (August 1925), pp. 45-146.

———. "Planning Organic Cities to Obviate Congestion: Orbiting Traffic by Hexagonal Planning and Intercepters." Annals of the American Academy 133 (September 1927), pp. 241-246.

Christian, William. Political Parties and Ideologies in Canada. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1990.

Commonwealth Historic Resource Management Limited. The Landscape of Parliament Hill: A Collection of Illustrations: Submitted to Architectural and Engineering Services, National Capital Region, Public Works Canada/Collection d’illustrations de la colline parlementaire: document présenté aux Services d’architecture et de génie, Région de la capitale nationale, Travaux publics Canada. Perth: Commonwealth Historic Resource Management, 1992.

———. The Landscape of Parliament Hill: A History and Inventory: Submitted to Architectural and Engineering Services, National Capital Region, Public Works Canada. Perth: Commonwealth Historic Resource Management, 1991.

Côté, J.O. Political Appointments and Elections in the Province of Canada, From 1841 to 1865. Ottawa: Desbarats, 1866.

Cowan, C. "MPs to Be Fenced in." Journal, Ottawa, February 10, 1973.

DeLeuw, Cather and Co. et al. "National Capital Plan Transportation Study." Architecture Canada 4,67 (April 1967), pp. 41-42.

Desgagnés, Michel. Les édifices parlementaires depuis 1792. Québec: Direction générale du bicentenaire des institutions parlementaires du Québec, Assemblée nationale, 1992.

DeVolpi, Charles Patrick. Ottawa: A Pictorial Record: Historical Prints and Illustrations of the City of Ottawa, Province of Ontario, Canada, 1807-1882/Ottawa : recueil iconographique : gravures historiques et illustrations relatives à la ville d’Ottawa, Province d’Ontario, Canada, 1807-1882. Montreal: Dev-Sco Publications, 1964.

Dubé, Audrey. Historical Chronology of the Parliament Buildings. Ottawa: Library of Parliament, Information and Reference Branch, 1985.

Edgar, J. D. Canada and Its Capital: with Sketches of Political and Social Life at Ottawa. Toronto: Morang, 1898.

Eggleston, Wilfrid. The Queen’s Choice: A Story of Canada’s Capital. Ottawa: n.p., 1961.

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Fraser, John A. The House of Commons at Work. Montréal: Les Éditions de la Chenelière, 1993.

Gaito, Daniel Norman. The Glory of Exuberance: A Study of the Buildings on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Toronto: n.p., 1971.

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Gibson, James A. "How Ottawa Became the Capital of Canada." The Quarterly Journal of the Ontario Historical Society 46,4 (Autumn), pp. 213-222.

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