“CANADIAN CULTURE” IS THAT OF THE CONSTITUENT PEOPLES.
EACH PROVINCE and each Territory of Canada belongs to one of the constituent or Founding Peoples of Canada. The Parliament of Canada belongs to all of the Founding Peoples of Canada. In consequence, “Canadian culture” is defined as being the culture of one of the constituent peoples of Canada in its own Territorial or Provincial locale; or as all the cultures of the Founding Peoples taken as a whole.
With demographic shifts, there may be more than one constituent people in a Province. In case of political difficulties where two constituent peoples come to occupy fairly equal majorities on their soil, talks may be undertaken to adjust provincial boundaries in order to maintain the federal principle of self-determination in Confederation.