Canada and the Rule of Law: 150 Years After Confederation
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In Canada, 2017 is a significant year: it marks the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation, and the 35th anniversary of the enactment of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It offers the occasion to reflect on Canadian society, culture, and institutions. This ICJ Canada publication asks: what does the rule of law in Canada mean today? It contains short essays by jurists from across Canada, who have unique perspectives on the rule of law.
International Commission of Jurists Canada
Canada, Confederation, Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Constitutional Law | Law | Rule of Law
Janine L'Espérance & Richard Devlin, eds, Canada and the Rule of Law: 150 Years After Confederation (Ottawa: International Commission of Jurists Canada, 2017).