Reconstructing Rights in the Spirit of a New Partnership

Policy Options, pp. 21-24, March 1998

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David Schneiderman

University of Toronto - Faculty of Law

Date Written: March 1, 1998

Abstract

The author argues that the Canadian Charter of Rights, the Quebec Charter and Aboriginal rights instruments could be made compatible and constitutionalized in a regime of "multiple charters." Calling for a new version of rights constitutionalism based upon consent and mutual recognition, he analyzes the opposition to the Canadian Charter which has been expressed by Quebec leaders as springing more from its having been imposed without their consent than from hostility to the values it protects.

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Schneiderman, David, Reconstructing Rights in the Spirit of a New Partnership (March 1, 1998). Policy Options, pp. 21-24, March 1998, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1162271

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