Some Miscellaneous Aspects of Section 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
AbstractProfessor Gall reviews various unrelated aspects of s. 15 of the Charter. Included in the article are discussions of s. 15 and its relation to other Charter sections (ss. 27 & 28), the possibility of re-arguing pre-1985 Charter cases in the context of s. 15, and the effect of s. 15 on other parts of the Constitution and non-constitutional instruments. The author notes that s. 15 has as its basis the concept of "rule of law".
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