Volume 4.2 (1993)

January 1, 1993


Volume 4 No. 2 (1993)

Learning From Failure: Lessons From Charlottetown
Kathy L. Brock (Political Studies, St. John's College, University of Manitoba)

Stepping Stone or Pyrrhic Victory? Reform and the Referendum
Trevor Harrison (recently completed his doctoral thesis in Sociology, University of Alberta, dealing with the Reform Party, and will be convocating in the Spring of 1993)

The Canada Clause That Was: How Courts Use Interpretive Clauses
Shirish P. Chotalia (of the Alberta Bar, Commissioner to Alberta Human Rights Commission)

Treaty Indigenous Peoples and the Charlottetown Accord: The Message in the Breeze
Sharon Venne (citizen of the Blood Tribe within the Treaty Seven area of Canada)

Solutions to the Future of Canada and Québec After the October 26th Referendum: Genuine Sovereignties Within a Novel Union
Daniel Turp (Professor, Faculty of Law, Université de Montréal)

Banquo's Ghost and Other Constitutional Incubuses: Some Lessons from the Charlottetown Process
Brian L. Cowley (Political Science Department, Dalhousie University)

Amending the Canadian Constitution
David Beatty (Faculty of Law, University of Toronto)

Canada's Quest for Constitutional Perfection
J. Peter Meekison (Belzberg Chair of Constitutional Studies, Centre for Constitutional Studies, University of Alberta)

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