Volume 16.3 (2007)

January 1, 2007


Volume 16, No. 3:

Conditions Under Which Québec Prefers a Strong Federal Government, or Why Decentralization is not Necessarily a Good Thing for Québec
Michel Venne

A Democratic Defence of the Court Challenges Program
Larissa Kloegman

A Level Playing Field for Classical Liberalism: the Abolition of the Court Challenges Program Empowers a Diversity of Perspectives on Freedom and Equality
John Carpay

Droits scolaires collectifs en concurrence ou en complémentarité: Langue et religion dans le droit constitutionnel de gestion des ecoles de langue française au Canada
Piere Foucher

La gestion de la diversité religieuse en milieu scolaire: le modèle << Made in Alberta >>
Natalie Boisvert

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