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Mental Disorder and the Law

Over the past decade or so, Canada’s criminal justice system has had to deal with escalating numbers of mentally disordered offenders.

At the provincial level, a number of provinces have implemented ...

The Chrétien Legacy

Par (auteur) Lois Harder & Steve Patten
Catégories: Constitution

Lois Harder is associate professor, political science, University of Alberta.
Steve Patten is associate professor, political science, University of Alberta.

The World is Our Witness

The Final Agreement of Canada’s Nisga’a Treaty is a major milestone in the history of aboriginal and government negotiations. This ground-breaking treaty recognizes the right of the Nisga’a people ...

Civil Code of Quebec in Chart Form, The

Par (auteur) Denis Le May
Catégories: Droit comparé

If you feel overwhelmed and intimidated each time you are asked to research a legal question involving the civil law of Québec, help is on the way. The Civil Code of Québec in Chart Form, by Denis Le ...

Sanctuary, Sovereignty, Sacrifice

Drawing on theories of governmentality, Lippert traces the emergence of sanctuary practice to a shift in responsibility for refugees and immigrants from the state to churches and communities. Here sanctuary ...

Good Government? Good Citizens?

Three forces are at work in reconstituting the citizen in this society: courts, politics, and markets. Many see these forces as intersecting and colliding in ways that are fundamentally reshaping the ...

Securing Borders

Anna Pratt takes a close look at the laws, policies, and practices of detention and deportation in Canada since the Second World War. She demonstrates that although the desire to fortify the border against ...

The Companies We Keep

Par (auteur) Allan C. Hutchinson
Catégories: Droit des entreprises

A new corporate scandal seems to break every day. And not just in America: Canada has its Nortel, Bre-X, Livent, and Hollinger. In this book, Allan Hutchinson insists that a lasting solution to these ...

Last Word

Media coverage of the Supreme Court of Canada has emerged as a crucial factor not only for judges and journalists but also for the public. It’s the media, after all, that decide which court rulings ...