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Constitutional Forum (32.4): Constitutional Crossroads Special Issue
Constitutional Forum, Issue 32.4 (2024) Special Issue: Constitutional Crossroads, guest edited by Professors Hoi Kong & Margot Young   Articles   Hoi Kong & Margot Young, Editorial Introduction Caitlin Salvino, R v Sharma's "Clarification" of the Section 15 Framework and its Creation of Unique Barriers for Disability-Based Equality Claims Joanna Erdman, Abortion Rights Without Law: […]
Call for Papers: Constitutional Forum/Forum Constitutionnel
Call for Papers SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MARCH 1, 2024 Special Issue Criminal Sentencing and the Charter Guest Editor: Professor Colton Fehr (Thompson Rivers) Over the last two years, the Supreme Court has written extensively on the law of sentencing and its relationship with section 12 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. This jurisprudence both resisted challenges to […]
Constitutional Forum constitutionnel: Volume 31.3 (2022)
Special Issue - The Charter at Forty Articles Introduction: The Charter at Forty Nariya Khasanova, Elise Sammons & Dax D'Orazio Canada’s Bilingual Constitution: An Unfulfilled Obligation François Larocque & Linda Cardinal From Isolation to Inclusion: How the Charter Changed our Perceptions of Being and Belonging Satya Brata Das Isolation and Human Rights: Arendt and the […]
Constitutional Forum constitutionnel: Volume 31.2 (2022)
Special Issue - Dickson v Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation case This special issue of the Forum, edited by Associate Professor Amy Swiffen, examines the Yukon Court of Appeal decision in Dickson v Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation.  The Dickson case is ground-breaking, as it considers whether a residency requirement for elected officials by the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation can be shielded from […]
Constitutional Forum constitutionnel: Volume 31.1 (2022)
In this issue, edited by Colton Fehr (Assistant Professor, Simon Fraser University), and Jean-Christophe Bedard-Rubin (SJD candidate at the Faculty of Law of the University of Toronto and a Joseph Armand Bombardier Scholar) both Research Affiliates with the Centre for Constitutional Studies: David Beatty (Professor Emeritus, U of Toronto) makes a compelling case for clear, […]
Constitutional Forum constitutionnel: Volume 30.4 (2021)
Articles: Introduction: Pluralism, Contestation, and the Rule of Law Keith Cherry Bringing the Mixed Constitution Back In Mary Liston Are There "Sources of Resilience" When the Separation of Powers Breaks Down? Arjun Tremblay Harnessing Distrust and the Power of Intercession for the Separation of Powers Yann Allard-Tremblay Checking the Other and Checking the Self: Role […]
Constitutional Forum constitutionnel: Volume 30.3 (2021)
In this issue: Quebec Bill 96 - Time For a Primer on Amending the Constitution
Constitutional Forum constitutionnel: Volume 30.2 (2021)
Special Issue Fraser v Canada (AG): Visions on Equality
Constitutional Forum constitutionnel: Volume 30.1 (2021)
In this issue: Toronto's 2018 Municipal Election, Rights of Democratic Participation, and Section 2(b) of the Charter; Restricting Freedom of Peaceful Assembly During Public Health Emergencies
Constitutional Forum constitutionnel: Volume 29.3 (2020)
In this issue: The Toronto Municipal Election: Judicial Failure to Protect the Structure of the Canadian Constitution; Do Consumers Really Benefit from the Federal Paramountcy Doctrine? A Critique of Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions v Telus Communications Inc.; Constitutionalism and the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act Reference
Volume 29.2 (2020)
This special issue deals with campus free speech and was edited by professors Kate Bezanson and Alison Braley-Rattai.
Volume 29.1 (2020)
In this issue: Seeing Double: Peace, Order, and Good Government, and the Impact of Federal Greenhouse Gas Emissions Legislation on Provincial Jurisdiction; Charter Injunctions, Public Interest Presumption, and the Tyranny of the Majority; The Conscientious Objection of Medical Practitioners to the CPSO’s “Effective Referral” Requirement; Nothing to Declare: A Response to Grégoire Webber, Eric Mendelsohn, Robert Leckey, and Léonid Sirota on the Effects of the Notwithstanding Clause
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