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The Untapped Power of Section 28 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
This dissertation is the first comprehensive examination of the history, interpretation, and potential application of section 28 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, guaranteeing rights and freedoms "equally to ...
The Evolution and Reform of Summary Trials in Canadian Military Justice
There is a place where a Canadian citizen can be sent to 30 days detention, by someone who is not a judge, without being represented by counsel, and without having a meaningful right to appeal. It is the summary trial ...
A Time and Manner to Die: a Study of Medical Assistance in Dying in Canada
At the heart of one’s decision to seek medical assistance in dying lie a person’s autonomy and bodily integrity. In Carter v Canada (Attorney General), the Supreme Court of Canada applied this reasoning to hold that every ...