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Blog | April 26, 2020
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Category: Pandemic

Constitutional Forum | April 13, 2020
Volume 29.2 (2020)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

This special issue deals with campus free speech and was edited by professors Kate Bezanson and Alison Braley-Rattai.

Review of Constitutional Studies | April 12, 2020
Volume 24.1 (2019)

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

The implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) off ers a way to re-imagine what Indigenous self-determination and reconciliation might mean in Canada and elsewhere. It makes it possible to speak of Indigenous peoples as nations within a multinational democratic federation, rather than minority populations within a state. The papers in this issue, which were delivered at a Workshop held at the University of Alberta in May 2019, explore ‘treaty federalism’ which is a re-imagining of what we understand as sovereignty and the foundation of the Canadian state.

Review of Constitutional Studies | April 12, 2020
Volume 23.2 (2018)

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

“Our Time has Come”: Reconciliation in the Wake of Manitoba Metis Federation Inc. v. Canada (Attorney General); Section 16 of the Constitution Act, 1867: The Queen, the Capital, and Canadian Constitutionalism; Des Causes et des Conséque; Seven Conceptions of Federalism Guiding Canada’s Constitutional Change; Review Essay on Paul Yowell’s Constitutional Rights and Constitutional Design; Book Review – Yaniv Roznai, Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments: The Limits of Amendment Powers

Constitutional Forum | April 12, 2020
Volume 29.1 (2020)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: Seeing Double: Peace, Order, and Good Government, and the Impact of Federal Greenhouse Gas Emissions Legislation on Provincial Jurisdiction; Charter Injunctions, Public Interest Presumption, and the Tyranny of the Majority; The Conscientious Objection of Medical Practitioners to the CPSO’s “Effective Referral” Requirement; Nothing to Declare: A Response to Grégoire Webber, Eric Mendelsohn, Robert Leckey, and Léonid Sirota on the Effects of the Notwithstanding Clause

Articles | April 10, 2020
Emergency Powers and the Emergencies Act

Category: Federalism, Pandemic

* This article is an edited excerpt of “Climate Emergency vs Emergency Powers” by Michael Graham originally published on June 27, 2019. Emergency Branch: Peace, Order, and Good Government (“POGG”) The Constitution […]

Articles | Russell Green, Student Researcher | March 30, 2020
Travel Restrictions in a Pandemic: What are your Charter Rights?

Category: Mobility Rights (Section 6), Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has modern Canada facing unprecedented challenges. The severity of the crisis has led governments to restrict personal liberties in ways that were unthinkable only a few weeks […]

Supreme Law | March 28, 2020
Supreme Law – Prime Minister

Category: Projects, Supreme Law

Trailer Cast of Characters https://supremelaw.nfb.ca/deepdives/cast-of-characters/ Showdown – The 1981 Patriation Conference https://supremelaw.nfb.ca/deepdives/showdown-the-1981-patriation-conference/

Supreme Law | March 28, 2020
Supreme Law – Indigenous

Category: Projects, Supreme Law

Trailer Indigenous Perspectives on the Constitution https://supremelaw.nfb.ca/deepdives/indigenious-perspectives-on-the-constitution/

Supreme Law | March 28, 2020
Supreme Law – Québec

Category: Projects, Supreme Law

Trailer Québec Betrayed? https://supremelaw.nfb.ca/deepdives/quebec-betrayed/

Supreme Law | March 28, 2020
Supreme Law – West

Category: Projects, Supreme Law

Trailer Provinces Protest https://supremelaw.nfb.ca/deepdives/provinces-protest/

Supreme Law | March 28, 2020
Supreme Law – Women

Category: Projects, Supreme Law

Trailer Women Demand Equality https://supremelaw.nfb.ca/deepdives/women-demand-equality/

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