Volume 3.3 (1992)

January 1, 1992


Volume 3, No. 3 (1992) – Perspectives on "Shaping Canada's Future Together"

Shaping What Future for Canada? A Prospective Analysis of the Federal Government's Constitutional Proposals
Claude Denis (Sociologist, Faculté Saint-Jean, University of Alberta)

Living in a Material World: Property Rights in the Charter
Richard W. Bauman (Faculty of Law, University of Alberta)

Fearful Symmetry: Constitutional Uniformity and the Federal Amendment Proposals
Dale Gibson (Bowker Visiting Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta)

Distinct Status for Québec: A Benefit to English Canada
Gordon Laxer (Department of Sociology, University of Alberta)

Beads and Trinkets Take on New Form in Federal Constitutional Proposals for Aboriginal Peoples in Canada
Larry Chartrand (Director, Indigenous Law Program, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta)

Thoughts on Constitutional Amendments Recognizing an Inherent Aboriginal Right to Self-Government
Michael Asch (Department of Anthrolpology, University of Alberta)

On Senate Reform
Ian Urquhart (Department of Political Science, University of Alberta)

Living Tree or Wired Bonsai? The Federal Government's Constitutional Proposals on the Economic Union
Linda Trimble (Department of Political Science, University of Alberta) and Connie Morley (Graduate Student, Department of Political Science, University of Alberta)

The Agenda for Constitutional Reform
J. Peter Meekison (Belzberg Chair in Constitutional Studies, University of Alberta)

Shaping Canada's Future Together or A Doomed Attempt to Escape from Reality
Elaine Hughes (Faculty of Law, University of Alberta)

The Delegation Power Past and Present
David Schneiderman (Executive Director, Centre for Constitutional Studies)

"The West": Myth or Reality in the Constitutional Reform Process?
A. Anne McLellan (Acting Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta)

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