Supreme Court Law Review, 2nd Series, Volume 110
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Table of contents
Foreword – The Honourable Russell Brown
Part I: Unwritten Principles and the City of Toronto Ruling
An Oak Whose Leaf Fadeth: The Barrenness of Constitutionalism without Constitutional History – Ryan Alford
Constitutional Exegesis, Animating Principles and Toronto v. Ontario – Brian Bird and Kristopher Kinsinger
Investigating the Legal and Political Contours of Unwritten Constitutional Principles after City of Toronto – Vanessa MacDonnell and Philippe Lagassé
Part II: Constituent Power and Constitutional Amendment
The Most Powerful Court in the World? Judicial Review of Constitutional Amendment in Canada – Richard Albert
We the Limited People? On the People as a Constitutional Organ in Constitutional Amendments – Yaniv Roznai
Part III: Natural Law and Common Good Constitutionalism
Notwithstanding Judicial Specification: The Notwithstanding Clause within a Juridical Order – Stéphane Sérafin, Kerry Sun and Xavier Foccroulle Ménard
Constitutionalism and the Common Good: On the Role of Unwritten Principles – Michael P. Foran and Conor Case
A Voice from the Attic: A Canadian Take on Common Good Constitutionalism – Peter D. Lauwers
Part IV: Special Comparative Article
Unwritten Principles and the American Constitution – Matthew P. Harrington