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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - FINAL EXAM 2013 PART 1: FRAMING CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
1 Sources
1 PART 2: INTERPRETING RIGHTS
1 Charter litigation 2 step process
1 R v Nova Scotia Pharmaceutical Society 1992 SCC (vagueness)
2 R v Oakes 1986 SCC
3 Edmonton Journal v AB (AG) 1989 SCC
3 Hunter v Southam (Reasonableness of Breach)
4 Irwin Toy Ltd v Quebec (deference to legislatures)
4 Sujit Choudhry "So What is the Real Legacy of Oakes?"
5 PART 3: LANGUAGE RIGHTS
5 Various Sections (CA, 1867)
5 Historical Blurb
6 AG Quebec v Blaikie 1979 SCC (s. 133 language rights w admin tribunals)
7 Societe des Canadiens de NB v Assn of Parents for Fairness in Education 1986 SCC 7 Quebec Association of Protestant School Boards v CV 1984 SCC
8 R v Beaulac 1999 SCC (overturns Societe on language rights during trial) 8 Desrochers v Canada 2009 SCC
8 Mahe v AB 1990 SCC
9 Reaume & Green "Education and Linguistic Security in the Charter"
9 Ford v Quebec 1988 SCC
9 PART 4: INTERVENERS
10 Doctrinal Requirements
10 Barriers
11 PART 5: ENFORCEMENT OF RIGHTS
11 Charter Remedies
11 Techniques for Remedies

11 Roach "Constitutional Remedies in Canada"
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Section 52 Remedy















12 Schachter v Canada 1992 SCC (Steps for choosing type of remedy)
12 Vriend v AB 1988 SCC (reading in)
12 M v H 1999 SCC 13 (temporary suspension)
13 Canada v Hislop 2007 SCC (retroactive remedies)
13 Section 24 Remedy (structural remedy, declaration, exclusion of evidence, damages) Little Sisters Book and Art Emporium v Canada 2000 SCC
13 Doucet­Boudreau v Nova Scotia (Minister of Education) 2003 SCC
14 City (Vancouver) v Ward 2010 SCC (test for s. 24 damages)
14 AG v Downtown Eastside Sex Workers Case 2012 SCC
15 PART 6: FREEDOM OF RELIGION
16 R v Big M Drug Mart Ltd 1985 SCC
16 Syndicat Northcrest v Amselem 2004 SCC (test for freedom of religion) 16 Multani v Commission Scolaire Marguerite­Bourgeois 2006 SCC
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