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Tutorial 213: BB - Constitutional Law

Teacher: Professor Mary-Jo Maur
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legal principle that reconciles contradicting or conflicting laws in a federalist state
Analysis to determine the validity of a particular piece of legislation
Legal doctrine in Canadian constitutional interpretation used to determine under which head of power a given piece of legislation falls
Grants the provincial legislatures of Canada the authority to legislate on Property and Civil rights in the province. One of three key residuary powers in the Constitution Act, 1867
Peace, Order and Good Governance
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An expression used to describe a particular vision of federalism. Also known as ‘classic’ federalism, this model is a strict understanding of the division of powers
"Beyond one's legal power or authority"
Legal doctrine in Canadian constitutional law that allows for laws to be created by both provincial and federal governments in relation to the same subject matter
serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one