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Supreme Court Law Review, 2nd Series, Volume 108
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This volume is a collection of papers reviewing noteworthy Constitutional Law decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada released in 2021. The volume covers cases presented at Osgoode Hall Law School’s 25th Annual Constitutional Cases Conference of the Supreme Court of Canada. Major decisions discussed include:
- References re Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act,  S.C.J. No. 11, 2021 SCC 11
- R. v. Desautel,  S.C.J. No. 17, 2021 SCC 17
- R. v. C.P.,  S.C.J. No. 19, 2021 SCC 19
- R. v. Chouhan,  S.C.J. No. 101, 2021 SCC 26
- R. v. Albashir,  S.C.J. No. 48, 2021 SCC 48
- Canadian Broadcasting Corp. v. Manitoba,  S.C.J. No. 33, 2021 SCC 33
- MediaQMI inc. v. Kamel,  S.C.J. No. 23, 2021 SCC 23
- Sherman Estate v. Donovan,  S.C.J. No. 25, 2021 SCC 25
- Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church of Canada St. Mary Cathedral v. Aga,  S.C.J. No. 22, 2021 SCC 22
This collection is divided into three parts:
- PART I: Law-Making Lines in the Sand
- PART II: Constituting Courts: Principles from the Criminal Cases
- PART III: Speech, Silence, and Community
Table des matières
PART I: Law-Making Lines in the Sand
“’Tis a rock—a crag—a cape? A cape? say rather a peninsula!” The Supreme Court of Canada’s Revisitation of the National Concern Doctrine − Jean Leclair
POGG Post References Re Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act GGPPA − Fenner L. Stewart
Walking the Line: The Politics of Federalism and Environmental Change − Allan C. Hutchinson
Where Can an Aboriginal Rights Holder Exercise Their Rights? Reflections From R. v. Desautel − Senwung Luk
PART II: Constituting Courts: Principles From the Criminal Cases
Judging Youth Time − Lisa M. Kelly
“Silly Anecdotes”: From White Baselines to White Juries in R. v. Chouhan − Joshua Sealy-Harrington
The Significance of R. v. Albashir in the Evolution of Constitutional Remedies − Anne M. Turley and Zoe Oxaal
PART III Speech, Silence and Community
A Professional Comedian’s Fundamental Right to Publicly Bully a Child Because of His Disability? Scrutinizing Ward v. Quebec Human Rights Commission Through a Disability Lens − David Lepofsky
Insulating the Church: Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church of Canada St. Mary Cathedral v. Aga and the Suppression of Public Law in the Construction of Religious Communities − Rabiat Akande and Faisal Bhabha
Open Courts, Privacy and Equality in a Digital Era: The Supreme Court of Canada’s 2021 Open Court Jurisprudence − Amy Salyzyn and Samuel Singer
Does the Supreme Court of Canada Give a “Freak” About Disability Dignity?: The Inclusion Fallacy 25 Years After Eldridge − Ena Chadha and Emmett Rogers