Constitutional Law of Canada
Constitutional Law of Canada
...Cases, Notes and Materials
by Joseph Magnet
Volume 1 (9th Edition)
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Volume 2 Table of Contents
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This IMPORTANT NOTICE, due to an oversight, is meant to replace "Recognizing Substantive Equality as a Foundational Constitutional Principle" on page 745 of volume 2 with the article "Substantive Equality, Social Ordering and Constitutional Recognition". Please click on the following for the complete text of Patricia Hughes, "Substantitive Equality...."


Professor Magnet, through his teaching, scholarship and writing, has significantly contributed to defining the constitutional landscape in Canada. [...] Traditionally, constitutional law has focused on the division of legislative jurisdiction. Then, with the entrenchment of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the content or substance of laws are now measured against a constitutional standard. Moreover, in the last two decades, teachers of constitutional law have recognized the increasing importance of so-called threshold issues, such as standing and judiciability, and emerging issues, such as remedial alternatives available to the courts in addressing constitutional shortcomings. Professor Magnet's casebook, Constitutional Law of Canada, has thoroughly dealt with all of these aspects of constitutional law from the traditional issues to the emerging ones.

[...] His coverage is complete, his organization is logical and his choice of materials is most appropriate. Professor Magnet's casebook will serve to enhance the study of Canadian constitutional law by providing his readers with the necessary tools to thoughtfully engage in that study.

GERALD L GALL, Professor of Law, University of Alberta; author, The Canadian Legal System, 4th ed. 1995; Recipient of the 1995 Alberta Human Rights Award

[...] Joe Magnet is to constitutional law what Joe DiMaggio is to baseball. This new 2-volume edition -- updated with the latest word from the Supreme Court of Canada -- makes it a double header.

EUGENE MEEHAN, Q.C., Lang Michener, Supreme Court Practice Group

[...] The newest edition of Professor Magnet's book incorporates all the latest developments and presents a comprehensive overview of Canada's constitution. It continues to be a very valuable and important resource for lawyers and students interested in Canada's constitution.

PATRICK J. MONAHAN, Davies, Ward Phillips & Vineberg; Professor of Constitutional Law, Faculty of Law, York University, Toronto, Ontario



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