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The Supreme Court of Canada:: The Concept of Cooperative Federalism and Its Effect on the Balance of Power

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BaşlıkThe Supreme Court of Canada:: The Concept of Cooperative Federalism and Its Effect on the Balance of Power
Kısa BaşlıkThe Supreme Court of Canada
Kitap BaşlığıCourts in Federal Countries
ÖzetCanada is one of the world’s oldest democratic federations. Its birth in 1867, and its evolution over time, were both marked by the coexistence of communities with distinct languages and cultures, whether Aboriginal, French-speaking, or English-speaking. The federation later accepted immigrants with many ethnic and cultural backgrounds. The country’s past as a british colony also left its mark on its institutions, including its constitutional monarchy, parliamentary regime, and system of judicial organization. Changes to the Canadian federation have been mainly the work of the courts, primarily because of the huge difficulties faced by the federal and provincial governments in formally
YazarBrouillet, Eugénie
EditörAroney, Nicholas, Kincaid, John
Dizi AdıFederalists or Unitarists?
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YayıncıUniversity of Toronto Press
Yayın Tarihi2017
Sayfa Sayısı135-164
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ISBN978-1-4875-0062-7
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KünyeBrouillet, Eugénie. “The Supreme Court of Canada:: The Concept of Cooperative Federalism and Its Effect on the Balance of Power” Courts in Federal Countries , Haz., Aroney, Nicholas ve Kincaid, John. 135-164. : University of Toronto Press, 2017.