Volume 26.1 (2021-2022)

May 24, 2022

The Review is a subscriber-based print journal. Articles are available through HeinOnline, EBSCO, & GALE. They will be available in open access on this website as of May 2023 – one year from date of publication.


  • Treaty Renewal and Canadian Constitutional Politics
    Daniel Sherwin
  • The Administrative State after the Carbon Tax References
    Paul Daly
  • Interlocutory Stays in Charter Challenges: An Alternative to the Private Law
    Nathaniel Reilly
  • Limiting Rights to Protect Morality: Upholding Charter Values as a Pressing and Substantial Objective
    Mark Friedman & Anthony Sangiuliano

Book Review

  • Review of Peter H Russell, Sovereignty: The Biography of a Claim (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2021)
    Joshua Nichols

Review Essay

  • Unsettled and Free in the Here and Now
    Pablo Ouziel
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