Sourcebook of Canadian Media Law

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, Sep 15, 1994 - Law - 896 pages
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This edition examines the Canadian Constitution and its effect on the principle of freedom of expression. The balance of the book directs attention to the laws that have been enacted that limit such freedom.
 

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Contents

Freedom of Expression and the Canadian Constitution
1
Security the Public Order and Democratic Institutions Legal Limitations to Protect the States Rights Prerogatives and Responsibilities Part 1 ...
171
Judicial Proceedings Legal Limitations to Protect the States Rights Prerogatives and Responsibilities Part II ...
259
Legal Limitations Protecting Social Values and Social Groups
425
Legal Limitations Arising from Private Rights
555
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Robert W. T. Martin is associate professor of government at Hamilton College and author of "The Free and Open Press" (NYU Press, 2001).

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