This is a compilation of lecture notes and reading notes compiled by the student from a first year constitutional law class. It includes a range of procedural/jurisprudential information, including case law briefs on the following:
1) The Origins of Constitutional Law in Canada
2) Interpreting Rights (Charter litigation process and cases)
3) Language Rights
4) Intervener Rights
5) Enforcement of Rights (remedies available through the constitution)
6) Freedom of Religion
7) Freedom of Expression
8) Life, liberty and security of the person
9) Equality Rights
This course was taught by Daphe Gilbert at the University of Ottawa. The text used was Constitutional Law in Canada. 4th Ed. Edmond Montgomery Group 2010.
PDF and Word versions are attached, along with a table of contents.
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