Summary table of contents

Author:Patrick J. Monahan - Byron Shaw
Pages:v-vi
 
FREE EXCERPT

Foreword xvii

Preface xix

PART ONE: Introduction 1

CHAPTER 1: An Introduction to the Study of the Canadian Constitution 3

PART TWO: The Framework and Institutions of Government 29

CHAPTER 2: Canada’s Constitutional Development Before 1867 31

CHAPTER 3: The Constitution Act, 1867: Executive and Legislative Power 53

CHAPTER 4: The Constitution Act, 1867: Federalism and Judicial Power 107

PART THREE: Constitutional Change 163

CHAPTER 5: Constitutional Amendment, 1867–1982 165

CHAPTER 6: Constitutional Change Since 1982 188

PART FOUR: The Courts and Canadian Federalism 239

CHAPTER 7: The Courts and Canadian Federalism: From Watertight Compartments to Shared Responsibility 241

CHAPTER 8: Peace, Order, and Good Government 262

CHAPTER 9: Trade and Commerce 286

CHAPTER 10: Property and Civil Rights in the Province 324

CHAPTER 11: Criminal Law 349

CHAPTER 12: The Constitution and Transportation 377

PART FIVE: The Charter and Aboriginal Rights 409

CHAPTER 13: The Canadian Charter of...

To continue reading

FREE SIGN UP