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- Is Indigenous governance constitutional law?
Kitwanga, ca. 1899, Canadian Museum of History Before the CoVID19 pandemic seized control of our daily diet of news, Canada was wrestling with blockades of railroads, pipeline projects and ports. These blockades were fueled by a debate over Indigenous sovereignty and questions abounded about who nee … Read more »
- Coronavirus – as viewed by Constitutionally Canadian
Image by Thanasis Papazacharias from Pixabay The coronavirus crisis in Canada Like so many other countries around the world, Canada has been rocked by the coronavirus or more specifically CoVID19 virus. Only a short time ago, Canadians thought that this virus was a problem that affected other countr … Read more »
- The Supremes keep the lid on the keg – the beer still does not flow freely in Canada – R. v. Comeau, 2018 SCC 15
On April 19, 2018, in R. v. Comeau, 2018 SCC 15, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that New Brunswick was within its rights to control the flow of beer across its provincial borders: unrestrained interprovincial free trade in Canada (at least for beer) is still a pipedream. But imbedded in the Co … Read more »
- Alberta retaliates against BC: this ain’t how to act in a federation….
The Fraser River Two NDP premiers and two NDP governments. Two provinces side by side in the Canadian west, one – the Far West, Lotusland British Columbia. The other – just “the West”, rough and tumble oil baron Alberta. Alberta is landlocked. It needs to get its oil…. sorry, let’s be accurate here, … Read more »
- BC’s threat to limit increased flow of bitumen and Alberta’s threat to see BC in court: a constitutional showdown
Last year, the federal government announced that it was approving the twinning of the TransMountain pipeline which, once constructed and initialized, would increase multifold the volume of Alberta’s oil sand bitumen that could be shipped out of Vancouver’s Burrard Inlet. The new NDP government in Br … Read more »