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Articles | Navneet Khinda & Cara des Granges | January 28, 2014
Parliamentary Privilege

Category: Democratic Governance

Articles | Christine Eberle | November 19, 2013
The Constitutionality of Suspending Senators

Category: Democratic Governance

Articles | Christine Chong | October 30, 2013
R v Keshane (2012): Edmonton’s Bylaw Prohibiting Fighting is Constitutional

Category: Federalism

Introduction On November 16, 2012, the Alberta Court of Appeal issued its judgment on whether the City of Edmonton’s bylaw prohibiting fighting in public went beyond the municipal authority prescribed by the Constitution.[1] The Court ruled that the Public Places

Articles | Christine Eberle | September 5, 2013
Stand Up for Your Rights: Protest Laws May Violate Charter Rights

Category: The Charter, Fundamental Freedoms (Section 2)

This article was written by a law student for the general public. Introduction  Protesting is a cornerstone of Canadian democracy. The mobilization and organization of large groups of people increases public awareness of political issues and influences policy decisions by

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