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Constitutional Forum | January 1, 1992
Volume 3.3 (1992)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: Shaping What Future for Canada? A Prospective Analysis of the Federal Government’s Constitutional Proposals; Living in a Material World: Property Rights in the Charter; Fearful Symmetry: Constitutional Uniformity and the Federal Amendment Proposals; Distinct Status for Québec: A Benefit to English Canada; Beads and Trinkets Take on New Form in Federal Constitutional Proposals for Aboriginal Peoples in Canada; Thoughts on Constitutional Amendments Recognizing an Inherent Aboriginal Right to Self-Government; On Senate Reform; Living Tree or Wired Bonsai? The Federal Government’s Constitutional Proposals on the Economic Union; The Agenda for Constitutional Reform; Shaping Canada’s Future Together or A Doomed Attempt to Escape from Reality; The Delegation Power Past and Present; “The West”: Myth or Reality in the Constitutional Reform Process?

Constitutional Forum | January 1, 1992
Volume 3.2 (1992)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: R. v. Seaboyer: Pornographic Imagination and the Springs of Relevance; Surprising and Disturbing? The Saskatchewan Boundaries Decision; Lavigne v. Opseu: Stumbling Towards a Freedom From Association; A Cap on CAP; The Market and the Constitution

Constitutional Forum | January 1, 1992
Volume 3.1 (1992)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: The idea for the symposium, conceived originally by Alan Cairns, was to gather scholars to think imaginatively about our future constitutional prospects in a closed session. In this way, rhetorical stances could be replaced with genuine dialogue. Participants were asked to come, not with prepared papers, but only with their thoughts on several questions circulated before the meeting. This is a report of that discussion. Because of the closed nature of the symposium, the identity of speakers generally remains anonymous. Some of the participants, however, have kindly offered their views arising out of the symposium, and they are included in this issue.

Constitutional Forum | January 1, 1991
Volume 2.4 (1991)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: The Amending Formula and the Agenda for Change; The European Social Charter: An End to Thatcherism?; Committee for the Commonwealth of Canada v. Canada: Expression on Public Property; Mental Health and the Charter; R. v. Chaulk and R. v. Swain: Insanity and the Constitution; Indeterminate Custody After Swain; Psychiatric Treatment and the Charter

Constitutional Forum | January 1, 1991
Volume 2.3 (1991)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: Reforming the Amending Formula: The Case for a Constitutional Convention; Supreme Court Appointments; Applying the Charter: What is Government?; The Search for Reasonable Limits: Is Oakes Retired?; Free Speech and Its Harms; The Charter and Racism; A Review of the Keegstra Case: Supreme Court Upholds Hate Propaganda Law; A Review of the Taylor Case: Using Human Rights Legislation to Curb Racist Speech

Constitutional Forum | January 1, 1991
Volume 2.2 (1991)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: Meech Lake: The Debacle Revisited The Historical Context of Meech Lake; Meech Lake and Democratic Politics: Some Observations; The Meech Lake Accord and the Future of the Welfare State; The Aftermath of Meech Lake: Implications for the Western Canadian Economy; Constitutional Reform: Does Economic Efficiency Fit In?; Some Drawbacks of the Politics of Constitutional Rights; Women in the Aftermath of Meech Lake; First Nations and Aboriginal Rights; The Constitutional Politics of Language; Roadblocks in the Way of Constitutional Change; Québec After Meech: On The Threshold; Canada and Québec Playing Constitutional Chicken: The View From an Australian Pedestrian; Canada After Meech

Constitutional Forum | January 1, 1990
Volume 2.1 (1990)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: Reconciling Powers and Duties: A Comment on Horseman, Sioui and Sparrow; The Post-Critical Future of Legal Theory; Rocket v. Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario: Professional Advertising and the Limits of Regulation; Labour Strikes Out Again; The Prostitution Reference: Sexual Communication and the Streets; Burying Rothman: The Supreme Court and the Right to Remain Silent

Constitutional Forum | January 1, 1990
Volume 1.3 (1990)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: Starr Trek: The Unfinished Mission; Soviet Constitutional Developments; Opinion – Paradise Postponed; L’Affaire Mahé – Le judgement de la decennie en droits linguistiques; International Perspective – The Constitutional Debate in Israel; Chapter Update – Supreme Court of Canada in Brydges Expands Right to Counsel; Response – Understanding Inequality: A Reply to Dale Gibson

Constitutional Forum | January 1, 1990
Volume 1.2 (1990)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: Buckle Up! Alberta’s Seat Belt Law Reinstated; The New Abortion Legislation; Abortion Injunction Vacated: Daigle v. Tremblay; Could the Meech Lake Accord Affect the Protection of Equality Rights for Women and Minorities in Canada?; The Meech Lake Accord: The End of the Beginning-Or the Beginning of the End?; Striking the Balance: National Security v. The Charter; Recent Developments: Edmonton Journal v. Attorney General of Alberta

Constitutional Forum | January 1, 1989
Volume 1.1 (1989)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: Auditor General Loses Battle Against Federal Cabinet; The Nature of Equality: Apples and Oranges / Chests and Breasts; AGT v. CNCP: Supreme Court Sceptical About Presumption of Crown Immunity; Case Comment: Nelles v. Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Ontario et al.; Black v. The Queen: A; Change in Charge Requires a Second Chance to Consult Counsel; Legal Implications of the Persons Case

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