The Judicial Review and the Charter Term Paper by Master Researcher

The Judicial Review and the Charter
Traces the history of Canada's judicial review in order to determine its impact on Canada's representative democracy.
# 32717 | 2,400 words | 11 sources | 2002 | US

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The objective of this paper is to evaluate what type of impact judicial review has had on Canada's representative democracy by tracing its evolution. Although it is tempting to focus closely on the more controversial and obvious relationship between judicial review and the Charter, this paper will endeavor to highlight the implications of binding adjudication on issues dealing with the distribution of legislative power since 1867.

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