The Privy Council and the Constitution

“…to strengthen the Federal Parliament is to start Canada on the way to a dictatorship;”

(Too late).

“It has not been the purpose of this article to criticize the Privy Council for the part they have played in this, but merely to emphasize the fact that, to a large extent, the constitution is not so much a historical document as a series of legal decisions, many of them delivered with what would appear to be a certain bias.”

Clark, E.R. “The Privy Council and the Constitution” Dalhousie Review, Volume 19, Number 1, 1939


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