The goal of Constitutional Law: Cases, Commentary and Principles is to place Canadian constitutional law in an appropriate context to facilitate its study and comprehension. The cases and notes included in this book have been carefully selected, organized, and edited by some of the leading constitutional law experts in Canada. Through the process of clarifying the law emerging from constitutional jurisprudence, the casebook attempts to assist its readers in navigating the complex world of Canadian constitutional law. Particular attention is paid to larger issues of Canadian constitutionalism and the theories, principles, and doctrines that animate them. Original commentary, analysis, notes, and questions that are designed to encourage critical thinking about the issues presented and to provide guidance for instructors on how to present the material to their students.