Volume 25.2 (2020-2021)

November 22, 2021

The Review is a subscriber-based print journal. Articles are available through HeinOnline and EBSCO. They will be available in open access on this website as of November 2022 – one year from date of publication.


  • The King's Two Bodies and the Canadian Office of the Queen
    Marie-France Fortin
  • Executive Lawmaking and COVID-19 Public Health Orders in Canada
    Shaun Fluker and Lorian Hardcastle
  • Indigenous-Municipal Legal Relationships Moving Beyond the Duty to Consult and Accommodate
    Alexandra Flynn
  • Denying & Reckoning with Implicit Law: The Case of the City of Toronto v Ontario (AG)
    Thomas McMorrow

Review Essay

  • Emerging Debates on Collective Religious Freedom in Canada
    Amy Swiffen
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