Vol 23, No 4 (2014)

SPECIAL ISSUE - Constitutional Forum 23.4

SPECIAL ISSUE  -   COOPERATIVE FEDERALISM: FEDERALIST PERSPECTIVES FROM QUÉBEC / FÉDÉRALISME COOPÉRATIF: PERSPECTIVES FÉDÉRALISTES DU QUÉBEC.

Does Quebec have the constitutional right to keep its long-gun registry given Parliament`s decision to abolish it? Three professors from Quebec-Cyr, Gaudreault-Desbiens and Daly-argue that it does and make a strong case for interpretation of our Constitution based on cooperative federalism.

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Articles

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Cooperative Federalism in Search of a Normative Justification: Considering the Principle of Federal Loyalty Abstract PDF
Jean-François Gaudreault-DesBiens 1-19
Autonomy, Subsidiarity, Solidarity: Foundations of Cooperative Federalism Abstract PDF
Hugo Cyr 20-40
L’abolition du registre des armes d’épaule : le rôle potentiel des principes non écrits Abstract PDF
Paul Daly 41-48


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