Canada's constitutional democracy : the 150th anniversary celebration
Title: Canada's constitutional democracy : the 150th anniversary celebration
Editor(s): MENDES, Errol
Citation: Canada : LexisNexis Canada, 2017
A landmark constitutional law and history text as evidenced by the words of the Chief Justice of Canada and the Former Governor General in the forewords to the text which celebrates the 150th anniversary of Canada's Confederation through a range of perspectives from Canada's leading legal minds on constitutional law.
Table of Contents:
-- Chapter 1. 150 Years of Canadian Confederation: Is There Reason for Indigenous People to Celebrate? -- Chapter 2. The Post-Confederation Era -- Chapter 3. Canada's Constitutional Coming of Age -- Chapter 4. Through the Lenses of Legal Interpretation and International Law -- Chapter 5. Trialogue for Lived Rights: Canadian Women's Constitutional Activism in the Era of Patriation -- Chapter 6. Pioneering the Charter -- Chapter 7. Canada, its Constitution and its Peoples Enter the 21st Century: A Peaceful Global Template, but with Challenges Still to Overcome -- Chapter 8. The Canadian Rule of Law, Past, Present and Future -- Chapter 9. Canada's Diversity: Reflections on the Constitution, Rights and Equality at the Sesquicentennial of Confederation -- Chapter 10. Have Recent Efforts to Enliven Aboriginal and Treaty Rights Given a Reason to Celebrate? -- Chapter 11. Politics & the Canadian Constitution -- Chapter 12. Merging Public Law Silos and Canada's Evolving Constitutional Landscape