University of Guelph

1996-97 Undergraduate Calendar


Course Description

78-321 Canadian Constitutional Law (3-0)

In our parliamentary and federal system, the courts play a key role in defining the jurisdictions of the federal and provincial governments, and over our history, they have substantially changed Macdonald's original scheme. This course involves a study of the impact of the judiciary on Canadian political life, especially the Supreme Court of Canada under the Charter of Rights.

Prerequisites: 78-130 or 78-230.

1996-97 Undergraduate Calendar
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