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Constitutional Forum | March 5, 2021
Volume 30.1 (2021)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

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

Blog | Joel Reardon, Emily Laidlaw and Greg Hagen* | February 3, 2021
COVID-19 and Cellphone Surveillance

Category: Pandemic

Blog | Marie-Claude Prémont and Marie-Eve Couture-Ménard* | October 22, 2020
Le concept juridique de l’urgence sanitaire: une protection contre les virus biologiques et…politiques

Category: Pandemic

Constitutional Forum | October 4, 2020
Volume 29.3 (2020)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

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

Articles | Teresa Holmes, Student Researcher | October 4, 2020
Using the Charter to Repair the Damage of Unconstitutional Government Action

Category: The Charter, Constitutional Issues

How does the Charter of Rights and Freedoms empower courts to repair the damage of unconstitutional government action? In a recent decision, Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique v British […]

Articles | Teresa Holmes, Student Researcher | September 2, 2020
Pouvez-vous dire violation de la Charte? Minority Language Education Rights in Canada

Category: The Charter, Minority Language Education Rights (Section 23)

How does the Charter of Rights and Freedoms regulate provincial governments’ funding decisions with respect to minority language schools? In a recent decision, Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique v. […]

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