Policy Change, Courts, and the Canadian Constitution

Policy Change, Courts, and the Canadian Constitution

University of Toronto Press






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Introduction: Judicial Policy Impact in Canada Emmett Macfarlane (University of Waterloo) PART I - Approaches and Theories of Policy Change Chapter 1: Lessons from Public Policy Theories: Ask About Policy Change First, Courts Second Minh Do (University of Toronto) Chapter 2: Closing a Door but Opening a Policy Window: Legislating Assisted Dying in Canada Dave Snow (University of Guelph) and Kate Puddister (University of Guelph) Chapter 3: The Supreme Court of Canada, Judicial Remedies, and Punctuated Equilibrium Marc Zanoni (University of Guelph) PART II - Institutional Contexts Chapter 4: The Charter, Policy, and Political Judgment Janet Hiebert (Queen's University) Chapter 5: Collaborative Federalism and the Role of the Supreme Court of Canada Robert Schertzer (University of Toronto) Chapter 6: The Impact of Constitutional References on Institutional Reform Kate Glover (Western University) Chapter 7: The Desuetude of the Notwithstanding Clause - And How to Revive It Richard Albert (University of Texas at Austin) PART III - Policy Issues Chapter 8: The Charter Beat: The Impact of Rights Decisions on Canadian Policing Troy Riddell (University of Guelph) and Dennis Baker (University of Guelph) Chapter 9: Protecting Against Cruel and Unusual Punishment: Section 12 of the Charter and Mandatory Minimum Sentences Kate Puddister (University of Guelph) Chapter 10: Third Party Policy and Electoral Participation after Harper v. Canada: A Triumph of Egalitarianism? Erin Crandall (Acadia University) and Andrea Lawlor (Western University) Chapter 11: Section 23 of the Charter and Official-Language Minority Instruction in Canada: The Judiciary's Impact and Limits in Education Policymaking Stephanie Chouinard (Royal Military College of Canada) Chapter 12: The Charter of the French Language and the Supreme Court of Canada: Assessing Whether Constitutional Design Can Influence Policy Outcomes James B. Kelly (Concordia University) Chapter 13: When is a Citizen No Longer a Citizen? Analyzing Constructions of Citizenship in Canada's Judicial and Legislative Forums Megan Gaucher (Carleton University) Chapter 14: Taking the Harper Government's Refugee Policy to Court Chris Anderson (Wilfrid Laurier University) and Dagmar Soennecken (York University) Chapter 15: Carter Conflicts: The Supreme Court of Canada's Impact on Medical Assistance in Dying Policy Eleni Nicolaides (University of Guelph) and Matthew Hennigar (Brock University) Chapter 16: Canadian Abortion Policy and the Limitations of Litigation Rachael Johnstone (Queen's University) Chapter 17: Contrasting Visions of Indigenous Rights, Recognition, and Territory: Assessing Crown Policy in the Context of Reconciliation and Historic Obligations Michael McCrossan (University of New Brunswick) Chapter 18: After Marriage Equality: Courting Queer and Trans Rights Kyle Kirkup (University of Ottawa) Conclusion: Policy Influence and Its Limits: Assessing the Power of Courts and the Constitution Emmett Macfarlane (University of Waterloo)