Martine Valois

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The Federal Court of Appeal and the Federal Court

50 Years of History

The Federal Court of Appeal and Federal Court are unique among Canada’s courts because they are itinerant — they hear cases in all parts of Canada — as well as being bilingual … ; ; ; 682 View
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Bijuralism and Bilingualism in Canada

The Role of the Federal Courts

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In this chapter the authors examine the predominant role of the Federal Courts in the development of Canadian legal duality and, in particular, respect for the integrity of Quebec civil law in … 46 $4.60 Add
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The Administrative Independence of the Federal Courts

A Case for Reform

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This chapter argues that judicial independence is a pillar of our constitutional democracy and as such is a principle anchored in the Canadian state structure and recognized as essential to the … 37 $3.70 Add
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The Federal Courts and Immigration and Refugee Law

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This chapter examines the Federal Courts’ original contribution to the development of immigration law in Canada. 42 $4.20 Add