Canadian Liberalism and the Politics of Border Control, 1867-1967
This book chronicles the first century of Canadian border control, revealing how policies have been influenced by changing perceptions of the rights of non-citizens.
Hunger, Horses, and Government Men
Criminal Law on the Aboriginal Plains, 1870-1905
Tells the complex story of the relationship between Plains Indians and Canadian criminal law as it took root in their land.
Still Dying for a Living
Corporate Criminal Liability after the Westray Mine Disaster
Still Dying for a Living investigates the state’s (in)ability to develop effective legal strategies for holding corporations accountable for serious injury and death in the workplace.
An Ethic of Mutual Respect
The Covenant Chain and Aboriginal-Crown Relations
This book holds up the Covenant Chain, the historical treaty relationship between the British Crown and indigenous people in North America, as a model for building an ethic of mutual respect to guide modern treaty disputes and land claims.
The Right to a Healthy Environment
Revitalizing Canada's Constitution
Renowned environmental lawyer David R. Boyd argues that Canada must constitutionalize environmental rights and responsibilities if it hopes to improve its environmental record.
Managing Religious Diversity
Reasonable Accommodation is a collection of essays examining the meaning of reasonable accommodation of religious diversity through law and public discourse in Canada and abroad.
Aboriginal Law, Fourth Edition
Commentary and Analysis
Now in its 4th edition, this definitive text discusses and clarifies Canadian laws impacting Aboriginal peoples.
Power, Politics, and Freedom of Information Process in Canada
Drawing together the perspectives of social scientists, journalists, and ATI advocates, Brokering Access explores the policies and practices surrounding access to information in Canada, highlighting the struggle between the public’s desire for transparency and the government’s culture of secrecy.
Conflict in Caledonia
Aboriginal Land Rights and the Rule of Law
A powerful account of how land disputes reflect complex and often competing understandings of law, landscape, and identity among First Nations and non-Aboriginal people in Canada.
International Trade Law and Domestic Policy
Canada, the United States, and the WTO
An innovative assessment of the extent to which international judicial bodies influence domestic law and policy arrangements.
City of Order
Crime and Society in Halifax, 1918-35
A groundbreaking exploration of the causes and consequences of Halifax’s tough-on-crime measures in the interwar era.
Armed Groups, Private Militaries, Humanitarian Organizations, and the Law
A multifaceted exploration of how humanitarian organizations, private militaries, and non-state armed groups are shaking the foundations of international humanitarian law.
Reforming the Penitentiary in Nineteenth-Century Canada
Tracing the rise and evolution of Canadian penitentiaries in the nineteenth century, this book examines the concepts of criminality and rehabilitation, the role of labour in penal regimes, and the problem of violence.
Vulnerable Children and the Law
International Evidence for Improving Child Welfare, Child Protection and Children's Rights
This book takes an international perspective on child welfare, examining how frameworks can be adapted to address the rights and best interests of children. Synthesising the latest research, experts redefine the concept of a 'child in need' in a world where global movement is common and children are frequently involved in the law.
The Canadian Yearbook of International Law, Vol. 48, 2010
This is the forty-eighth volume of The Canadian Yearbook of International Law, the first volume of which was published in 1963.
The Nisga’a Final Agreement
An extensive examination of the significant Nisga’a Final Agreement and the effect on Aboriginal and government relations.
The Environment and the Political Economy of Ontario
Blue-Green Province provides the first comprehensive study of environmental policy in Ontario and explores what lessons on the future of environmental and economic policy in Canada might be learned from this province’s experience.
The Environmental Rights Revolution
A Global Study of Constitutions, Human Rights, and the Environment
David Boyd shows that recognition of the right to a healthy environment is not only growing, it is having a profound influence on public policy and environmental protection.
Towards a Legal Theory of Sexual Integrity
Focusing on the Supreme Court of Canada, Craig attempts to overcome the constraints of theoretical frameworks and disciplinary boundaries by pursuing a more inclusive theory of law and sexuality.
Reflections on Relational Theory and Health Law
This groundbreaking collection explores relational theory and how it can be brought to bear on practical areas of concern in health law and policy.
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