Book Launch Video: Malcolm Lavoie, Trade and Commerce: Canada's Economic Constitution

March 13, 2023

In recent decades, the economic framework of Canada's Constitution has been routinely neglected by judges, scholars and commentators. To fill this gap, Malcolm Lavoie's new book, Trade and Commerce, sheds light on a lost understanding of how the Constitution structures economic relations, including through foundational commitments to property rights, local governmental autonomy, and the principle of subsidiarity.

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