Constitutional law /
- Publication info:
- Toronto, ON : Irwin Law, 2017
- EBook, Book, Online
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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A look ahead Confederation : National Centennial Conference of Canadian Law Students, Dalhousie Law School, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 25-28, 1967 = [Confédération] : projection vers l'avenir : Congrès national des étudiants canadiens en droit [Dalhousie Law School, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 25-28] octobre . --
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- Constitutional law / Patrick J. Monahan, Byron Shaw, Padraic Ryan.
- Main Author:
- Monahan, Patrick J.,
- Corporate Author:
- Other Authors:
Irwin Law, 2017
- Fifth edition.
Also available online via the Canadian Electronic Library.
"The fifth edition of Constitutional Law represents a significant update of the fourth edition, published in 2013. During this period, the Supreme Court of Canada has continued to develop the jurisprudence in all areas of constitutional law, including freedom of association, equality rights, Indigenous title, and inter-jurisdictional immunity. This book includes the complete text of the Canadian Constitution, including explanatory footnotes as consolidated by the federal Department of Justice. Professor Monahan authored the first three editions of this text, and invited Mr. Byron Shaw to join him as a co-author for the fourth edition. Mr. Padraic Ryan has now joined in this most recent revision. As with earlier editions, the aim of this text is to provide lawyers, academics, and law students with a general introduction to, and overview of, the basic elements of the Canadian Constitution. The authors discuss issues in sufficient detail so that the book will be of value to lawyers who encounter constitutional issues in their daily practice. Constitutional Law has been cited with approval by provincial and territorial appellate courts, as well as by the Supreme Court of Canada."--
- Item Description:
Revision of: Constitutional law / Patrick J. Monahan, Byron Shaw. Fourth edition. Toronto : Irwin Law, 2013.Includes the text of The Constitution Act, 1867 and The Constitution Act, 1982.
- Physical Description:
xix, 652 pages ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Toronto, ON : Irwin Law, 2017
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Table of Contents
- Foreword to the First Edition / Brian Dickson
- Preface / Patrick J. Monahan, Byron Shaw, Padraic Ryan
- Part One. Introduction. Chapter 1. An Introduction to the Study of the Canadian Constitution
- Part Two. The Framework and Institutions of Government. Chapter 2. Canada's Constitutional Development before 1867
- Chapter 3. The Constitution Act, 1867 : Executive and Legislative Power
- Chapter 4. The Constitution Act, 1867 : Federalism and Judicial Power
- Part Three. Constitutional Change. Chapter 5. Constitutional Amendment, 1867-1982
- Chapter 6. Constitutional Change Since 1982
- Part Four. The Courts and Canadian Federalism. Chapter 7. The Courts and Canadian Federalism : From Watertight Compartments to Shared Responsibility
- Chapter 8. Peace, Order, and Good Government
- Chapter 9. Trade and Commerce
- Chapter 10. Property and Civil Rights in the Province
- Chapter 11. Criminal Law
- Chapter 12. The Constitution and Transportation
- Part Five. The Charter and Aboriginal Rights. Chapter 13. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms : Structure and Application
- Chapter 14. Rights and Freedoms of the Charter
- Chapter 15. Indigenous Peoples and the Canadian Constitution
- Part Six. Conclusion. Chapter 16. The Canadian Constitution in the Twenty-First Century
- Constitution Acts 1867 to 1982.