Vol 22 (2017)

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Articles

Decontextualized Rights: Concerns Regarding the Bedford Section 7 Framework in the Health Care Context of the Cambie Surgery Center Trial
Kathryn Costain
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3-24
A New Hope, or a Charter Menace? The New Labour Trilogy’s Implications for Labour Law in Canada
Leila Geggie Hurst
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25-44
Legal Technology: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Law Practice
Mark McKamey
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45-58
A Pragmatic Approach to Federalism in the Aboriginal Context: Lessons from the Nisga’a Final Agreement
Étienne F. Lacombe
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59-70
Using Section 24(1) Charter Damages to Remedy Racial Discrimination in the Criminal Justice System
Gabriella Jamieson
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71-96
Reconciling Crown and Indigenous Legal Orders: The Reciprocal Benefits of Reserving an Indigenous Seat on the Supreme Court of Canada
Kayla Cheeke
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97-105