Forging Alberta's Constitutional Framework explores the nature and development of Alberta's constitution by examining a number of celebrated cases and themes that have shaped and altered legal, social, economic, political, and cultural rights and responsibilities within Alberta and Canada. Contributors from across Canada include historians, lawyers, political scientists, and politicians writing on themes that illustrate how Alberta's constitution is the product of decades, even centuries, of contest, debate, division, and negotiation.
Richard Connors is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Ottawa. John Law is Professor of Law at the University of Alberta.
Release date NZ
November 1st, 2005
Edited by John M. Law
Edited by Richard Connors
Country of Publication
University of Alberta Press
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