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Canada at 150 : the Charter and the Constitution /
Law Society of Upper Canada.
Toronto, Ontario : Irwin Law, [2017]
xi, 714 pages : 24 cm
1552214745, 9781552214749, 9781552214756
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Toronto, Ontario : Irwin Law, [2017]
contents note
Standing, Suspending, and Sharing: The Limits of the Charter as a Tool of Social Change in Criminal Justice / Alan N Young -- “Casual Encounters” of the Worst Kind / Julianna A Greenspan & Brad Greenshields -- A Human Rights Perspective on Racial Profiling in Ontario / Ontario Human Rights Commission -- Questions of Racism in Police Investigations and Implications for Our Justice System / Roger Shallow -- Competing Rights or Competing Context under the Charter? / Errol P Mendes -- Federalism and National Infrastructure / Mahmud Jamal -- The Performance of Constitutional Environmental Rights: A Case for Further Empirical Study / Tyson Dyck -- Prematurity, Precaution, and the Charter: Protection of Substantive Environmental Rights in Canada / Theresa A McClenaghan -- The Environment and the Charter / Dayna Nadine Scott -- Indigenous Peoples, Art, Law, and Canada at 150 / Jeffery Hewitt -- Electronic Surveillance: Section 8 and the Evisceration of Part VI / Susan Chapman & Bianca Bell -- Whither the Reasonable Expectations of Privacy? / Avner Levin -- Normalizing Exceptional Practices: Security Certificates, Disclosure and Use of Evidence, and Administrative Detention / Marlys Edwardh & Adriel Weaver -- Collective Bargaining, Labour Law, and the Charter in the Supreme Court of Canada, 1987 to 2017 / Steven Barrett & John Craig -- Broken Trust: Finding Our Way Out of the Damaged Relationship Through the Rebuilding of Indigenous Legal Institutions / Aimée Craft -- Time Is on Our Side: Colonialism through Laches and Limitations of Actions in the Age of Reconciliation / Senwung Luk & Brooke Barrett -- The Relationship between Canada and Indigenous Peoples: Where Are We? / Naiomi Metallic -- Is the Presumption of Innocence Under Attack? / Matthew R Gourlay -- R v Jordan: A Shift in Perspective on Unreasonable Delay / Philip Campbell & Howard L Krongold -- Democratic Rights in a Technocratic Age: When Constitutions (in Law) Are Not Enough / Jane Bailey -- Low Hanging Fruit . . . and Beyond: Canada’s Drug Laws Meet the Charter / Melvyn Green -- “The Admittedly Unattainable Ideal”: Adverse Impact and Race under Section 15 / Sonia Lawrence -- Developing a Charter Practice: The Changing Role of Interventions / Andrew Lokan -- More than Words on Paper: The Court Challenges Program and Actualizing Charter Rights for Marginalized Communities / Shaun O’Brien -- Five More Minutes: Representing Public Interest Interveners Thirty-Five Years after the Charter / Susan Ursel, Kristen Allen, & Alec Stromdahl -- The Impact of St Catharines Milling / Karen Drake -- Fiery Foundations of Federalism: The Enduring Legacy of Citizens Insurance Co v Parsons / Bruce Ryder -- R v Oakes: Giving Structure to Section 1 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms / Peter W Hogg.
general note
Papers presented at Canada at 150 : the Charter and the Constitution held in Toronto, Ont. on November 28 and 29, 2017.
"These Special Lectures, Canada at 150: The Charter and the Constitution, mark a return to a discussion of our Constitution, which is particularly apt in this anniversary year. Constitutional law was the subject of Special Lectures in 1978 and 2000 (in conjunction with administrative law), and a fresh look at this important topic is timely. This year's program brought together national and international experts to share ideas and perspectives on a range of issues in which the law has developed quite dramatically, even since 2000. Topics included developments in Indigenous and criminal law, privacy, human rights, and employment law, as well as commentary on constitutional cases that helped to shape Canada as a nation."--
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Issued also in electronic format.

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