Multiculturalism and the Canadian Constitution

Multiculturalism and the Canadian Constitution

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Together, the strands of Canada's diversity tell a complex story of pluralism, consolidated through a long and incremental period of constitution-building. This book brings together scholars of cultural diversity to address key components of the changing Canadian story: the evolution over time of multiculturalism within Canadian constitutional law and policy; the territorial dimension of Canadian federalism; and the role of constitutional interpretation by the courts in the development of Canada as a multicultural state. The essays illustrate how deeply multiculturalism is woven into the fabric of the Canadian constitution and the everyday lives of Canadians.

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 157.48 x 231.14 x 20.32mm | 317.51g
  • University of British Columbia Press
  • Vancouver, Canada
  • English
  • 0774814462
  • 9780774814461
  • 1,472,009

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Stephen Tierney is professor of constitutional law at the University of Edinburgh. Contributors: Daniel Bourgeois and Andrew F. Johnson, Marc Chevrier, Robert J. Currie, Jameson Doig, Katherine Eddy, Hugh Donald Forbes, Hugh Kindred, Will Kymlicka, Ian Peach, Joan Small, and Michael Temelini.

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