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Supreme Law | March 28, 2020
Supreme Law – Prime Minister

Category: Projects, Supreme Law

Trailer Cast of Characters https://supremelaw.nfb.ca/deepdives/cast-of-characters/ Showdown – The 1981 Patriation Conference https://supremelaw.nfb.ca/deepdives/showdown-the-1981-patriation-conference/

Supreme Law | March 28, 2020
Supreme Law – Indigenous

Category: Projects, Supreme Law

Trailer Indigenous Perspectives on the Constitution https://supremelaw.nfb.ca/deepdives/indigenious-perspectives-on-the-constitution/

Supreme Law | March 28, 2020
Supreme Law – Québec

Category: Projects, Supreme Law

Trailer Québec Betrayed? https://supremelaw.nfb.ca/deepdives/quebec-betrayed/

Supreme Law | March 28, 2020
Supreme Law – West

Category: Projects, Supreme Law

Trailer Provinces Protest https://supremelaw.nfb.ca/deepdives/provinces-protest/

Supreme Law | March 28, 2020
Supreme Law – Women

Category: Projects, Supreme Law

Trailer Women Demand Equality https://supremelaw.nfb.ca/deepdives/women-demand-equality/

Downtown Charter Series | November 20, 2019
The Principles of Fundamental Justice: What are they Anyway?

Category: Videos, Downtown Charter Series

Downtown Charter Series: November 20, 2019 Colton Fehr, sessional instructor and PhD candidate at the Faculty of Law, University of Alberta, will tell you how the vague sounding “principles of fundamental justice” in Section 7 of the Charter have been

Constitutional Forum | November 6, 2019
Volume 28.4 (2019)

Publication: Constitutional Forum
Category: Forum

In this issue: Advocacy Notwithstanding the Notwithstanding Clause; The Notwithstanding Clause and the New Populism; Shouting into the Constitutional Void: Section 28 and Bill 21

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