Volume 24.1 (2015)

January 1, 2015

Volume 24.1 - Long-Gun Registry, Anti-Terror Laws, the Senate, and Defining a Quebec Judge

This issue of the Forum includes articles on: why, from a constitutional stand point, Quebec should be allowed to keep the data from its long gun registry; a comparative constitutional analysis of the issues with Canada's soon-to-be proclaimed Anti-Terrorism Act; why the Senate should be representative of provincial interests; the Reference re Supreme Court Act and a closer look at appointment of Quebec judges to the Supreme Court.


The Supreme Court of Canada Long-Gun Registry Decision:The Constitutional Question Behind an Intergovernmental Relations Failure
Ian Peach

Judicialization or Renunciation? Judges in Today’s Landscape of Anti-Terrorism Laws
Grant R. Hoole and Rebecca Ananian-Welsh

Revisit the Senate as it was meant to be — The Upper House was created to protect provincial interests in the federal legislative process
Vincent Pouliot

Analysis of Reference re SupremeCourt Act: The Implied Currency Requirement for Quebec Seat Appointees to the Supreme Court
Daryl Barton

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