Since the printing of the first edition in 1983, Constitutional Law of Canada has been regarded as the seminal casebook on constitutional law. The most recent edition has been entirely reworked. It remains the first and only Canadian constitutional law text available online on Quicklaw.
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Volume I addresses Canada’s federal system, Aboriginal peoples, constitutional procedure and remedies.
Volume II is available in the 8th Edition, 2001. This volume covers the exciting area of Charter litigation and the full spectrum of Charter doctrine, discussion and caselaw.
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