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Review of Constitutional Studies | January 1, 2012
Volume 17.1 (2012)

Publication: Review of Constitutional Studies/Revue d’études constitutionnelles
Category: Review

The Charter at 30; Protective Function and Section 7; 23rd Annual McDonald Lecture; Judicial Independence; Tribal Constitutionalism

Review of Constitutional Studies | January 1, 2012
Volume 16.2 (2012)

Publication: Review of Constitutional Studies/Revue d’études constitutionnelles
Category: Review

This special issue presents six scholars’ articles on Canada’s response to 9/11, and the long-lasting impacts of those changes on Canada’s national security, politics, laws, and policies. Two of the articles in this special issue focus on the impact of Canada’s response in the asylum-seeker/refugee context. This issue also includes a review of a book on 9/11 and counter-terrorism.

Constitutional Forum | January 1, 2012
Volume 21.2 (2012)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: Legislators and Religious-Based Reasoning; The Bilateral Amending Formula as a Mechanism for the Entrenchment of Property Rights; Advice to the Minister of Democratic Reform.

Constitutional Forum | January 1, 2012
Volume 21.1 (2012)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: Reflections on the Kitchen Accord; Quelques opportunités et défis conceptuels, fonctionnels et politiques du fédéralisme; Judges and Religious Based Reasoning: A Response to Ginn and Blaikie

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