Nbr. 55, January 2006
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- Problems in determining the date of reception in Prince Edward Island.
- Reconfiguring crime control and criminal justice: governmentality and problem-solving courts.
- The regulation of tidal energy development off Nova Scotia: navigating foggy waters.
- After Bernard and Marshall.
- A commercial harvesting prosecution in context: the Peter Paul case, 1946.
- Marshall and Bernard: treaty rights and a treaty table.
- Marshall and Bernard: ignoring the relevance of customary property laws.
- R. v. Marshall, R. v. Bernard: the return of the native.
- The adjudication of historical evidence: a comment and an elaboration on a proposal by Justice LeBel.
- Mi'kmaq land claims and the escheat movement in Prince Edward Island.
- Debating the Danish cartoons: civil rights or civil power?
- Challenging the liberal settlement.
- Changing our minds about the cartoon controversy.
- Authoritarianism and legitimacy: mobilizing Islam in the Middle East.