Section 41 Constitution Act 1982
Section 41 Constitution Act 1982 is about Amendment by unanimous consent. It is under Part V (Procedure for Amending Constitution of Canada) of the Act.
Amendment by unanimous consent
An amendment to the Constitution of Canada in relation to the following matters may be made by proclamation issued by the Governor General under the Great Seal of Canada only where authorized by resolutions of the Senate and House of Commons and of the legislative assembly of each province:
(a) the office of the Queen, the Governor General and the Lieutenant Governor of a province;
(b) the right of a province to a number of members in the House of Commons not less than the number of Senators by which the province is entitled to be represented at the time this Part comes into force;
(c) subject to section 43, the use of the English or the French language;
(d) the composition of the Supreme Court of Canada; and
(e) an amendment to this Part.
– Section 40 Constitution Act 1982
– Section 39 Constitution Act 1982