The original edition of this invaluable resource was the winner of the Walter Owen Book Prize, 1997 and has been frequently cited by the Supreme Court of Canada and features a number of its important decisions that reflect on the purposes of, and constraints on, constitutional remedies. Understand the intricacies of constitutional remedies and their implications, in areas such as:
- Charter damage claims under the Supreme Court's landmark decision in Ward v. Vancouver
- The procedural issues of standing, mootness, court of competent jurisdiction and interlocutory remedies including the Supreme Court's decision in Conway
- Remedies available for violations of Aboriginal rights
- The range of remedies available to respond to unconstitutional legislation
- Stays of proceedings, sentence reductions and other criminal law remedies
- Injunctions and declarations as constitutional remedies ... and more
This classic and comprehensive work is for anyone with a specific interest in judicial court remedies for constitutional wrongs.