Hershey, Pennsylvania (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA) : IGI Global, c2023
Book — 15 PDFs (viii, 225 pages)
Chapter 1. Attending School
Chapter 2. Roles of Teachers
Chapter 3. Discipline and Safety
Chapter 4. Negligence, Risk Management, and Liability
Chapter 5. Special Education
Chapter 6. Principal's Statutory Responsibilities
Chapter 7. Collective Bargaining
Chapter 8. Framework of Education Governance
Compilation of References
About the Author
"This book provides an overview of the important elements of education law in Ontario, Canada, as education is under provincial jurisdiction in the country. It also briefly describes similar education law contents in California, the United States, as in the US education is mainly under the control of states and California is the most populous state. In addition, the book delineates corresponding contents in Chinese education law, as China has the largest education system in the world."-- Provided by publisher.
The constitutional adjudication of freedom of expression
The regulation of commercial and political advertising
The regulation of pornography
The regulation of racist expression
Access to state-owned property
Compelled expression and freedom of the press
Conclusion: Freedom of expression and judicial review.
In this book, Richard Moon puts forward an account of freedom of expression that emphasizes its social character. Such freedom does not simply protect individual liberty from state interference; it also protects the individual's freedom to communicate with others. It is the right of the individual to communicate: an activity that is deeply social in character, and that involves socially created languages and the use of community resources, like parks, streets, and broadcast stations. Moon argues that recognition of the social dynamic of communication is critical to understanding the potential value and harm of language and to addressing questions about the scope and limits on one's rights to freedom of expression. Moon examines the tension between the demands for freedom of expression and the structure of constitutional adjudication in the Canadian context. The book discusses many of the standard freedom of expression issues, such as the regulation of advertising, election spending ceilings, the restriction of hate promotion and pornography, state compelled expression, freedom of the press, access to state and private property and state support for expression. It examines several important Supreme Court of Canada decisions including Irwin Toy, Dolphin Delivery, RJR Macdonald, Keegstra and Butler.
Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, 
Book — 255 pages ; 24 cm
Institutional relationships and executive dominance
Charter "vetting" : analysing bureaucratic and executive assessments of rights compatibility
The legislative process and Charter rights : criminal justice policy and the Harper government
Legislative responses under the Charter : harm reduction and drug policy
Legislative responses under the Charter : sex work policy
Legislative responses under the Charter : medical assistance in dying policy
Transparency, accountability, and robust legislative scrutiny on rights : possibilities for reform?
"Legislating under the Charter explores how governments and Parliament justify limitations on rights when advancing laws that raise rights concerns or when responding to judicial decisions under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Through an analysis of legislation concerning criminal justice policy, the approval of new safe consumption sites, sex work, and medical aid in dying, the book provides a detailed analysis of the extent and nature of parliamentary deliberation about rights, the extent to which government initiatives are properly scrutinized, and the broader institutional relationships under the Charter. The authors draw from a host of qualitative data, including research interviews and examination of judicial decisions, various bills under study, Hansard debates from the floor of the House of Commons, committee and Senate scrutiny of legislation, bureaucratic advice and Charter statements by the department of justice, and news media coverage. The book offers a set of concrete reform proposals to improve the transparency and accountability of executive and bureaucratic vetting processes, and to strengthen the role of Parliament in upholding constitutional values and holding the government to account. In doing so, Legislating under the Charter contributes to the broader comparative scholarship on models of judicial review, morality policy, policy change, and constitutionalism."-- Provided by publisher.
Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, 
Book — xii, 388 pages ; 24 cm.
"For the Encouragement of Learning addresses the contested history of copyright law in Canada, where the economic and reputational interests of authors and the commercial interests of publishers often conflict with the public interest in access to knowledge. It chronicles Canada's earliest copyright law to explain how pre-Confederation policy-makers understood copyright's normative purpose. Using government and private archives and copyright registration records, Myra Tawfik demonstrates that the nineteenth-century originators of copyright law intended to promote the advancement of learning in schools by encouraging the mass production of educational material. The book reveals that copyright laws were integral features of British North American education policy and highlights the important roles played by teachers, education reformers, and politicians in the emergence and development of the law. It also explains how policy-makers began to consider the relationship between copyright and cultural identity formation once British interference into domestic copyright affairs increased, and as Canadian Confederation neared. Using methodologies at the intersection of legal history and book history, For the Encouragement of Learning embeds the copyright legal framework within the history of Canada's book and print culture."-- Provided by publisher.
Book — xxvii, 471 pages : maps (chiefly color) ; 25 cm.
Introduction / Kristin Bartenstein and Aldo Chircop
"The sea is our mainstay" : shipping and the Inuit homeland / Monica Ell-Kanayuk and Claudio Aporta
Shipping in Arctic marine ecosystems under stress : recognizing and mitigating the threats / Warwick F. Vincent, Connie Lovejoy and Kristin Bartenstein
Shipping along the Northwest passage : a historical overview / Adam Lajeunesse and P. Whitney Lackenbauer
Comparative perspectives on the development of Canadian Arctic shipping : impacts of climate change and globalization / Frédéric Lasserre
Reconsidering Arctic shipping governance through a decolonizing lens / Leah Beveridge
Unpacking Canada's Arctic shipping safety, security, and defence functions/ Andrea Charron and David Snider
Canadian icebreaker operations and shipbuilding : challenges and opportunities / Timothy Choi
Mitigating the tyranny of time and distance : community-based organizations and marine mass rescue operations in Inuit Nunangat / Peter Kikkert, Calvin Aivgak Pedersen, and P. Whitney Lackenbauer
Canada and the future of Arctic coastal state jurisdiction / Kristin Bartenstein
The modern case law on the powers and responsibilities of flag states : navigating Canada's Arctic waters / Nigel Bankes
The Canadian policy, legal and institutional framework for the governance of Arctic shipping / Aldo Chircop
Goal-based standards, meta-regulation and tripartism in arctic shipping : what prospects in Canadian waters? / Phillip A. Buhler
Modernizing the governance of passenger vessel operations in the Canadian Arctic / Meagan Greentree
Governing Canadian Arctic shipping through low-impact shipping corridors / Jackie Dawson and Gloria Song
The new federal impact Assessment Act and arctic shipping : opportunities for improved governance / Meinhard Doelle, David V. Wright, A. John Sinclair and Simon Dueck
Indigenous self-determination and the regulation of navigation and shipping in Canadian Arctic waters / Suzanne Lalonde and Nigel Bankes
Conclusion/ Aldo Chircop and Kristin Bartenstein.
"Shipping in Inuit Nunangat is a timely multidisciplinary volume offering novel insights into key maritime governance issues in Canadian Arctic waters that are Inuit homeland (Inuit Nunangat) in the contemporary context of climate change, growing accessibility of Arctic waters to shipping, the need to protect a highly sensitive environment, and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The volume includes policy, legal and institutional findings and recommendations intended to inform scholars and policymakers on managing the interface between shipping, the marine environment, and Indigenous rights in Arctic waters"-- Provided by publisher.
Second edition. - Toronto, Ontario : LexisNexis, 2022.
Book — xvi, 120, 4 pages ; 23 cm
The modern principle
"This book analyzes the modern principle of statutory interpretation as described by Canadian courts. An invaluable resource, the book includes the topic from an administrative law perspective, as well as constitutional interpretation."-- Provided by publisher.
"Being reports of important decisions relating to companies, banks and banking, insurance, insolvency, and similar subjects in the federal and provincial courts; together with annotations, a table of cases cited, and an index-digest."
Containing judgments of the courts of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, together with a selection of cases decided by the Judicial committee of the Privy council, Supreme and Exchequer courts of Canada, in cases arising in such provinces