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Ya tozhe tebya lyublyu Cases: [When reviewing cases also see pg.611 for Legal citation Reference]
p.256 Canadian Foundation for Children, Youth and The law v. Canada (Attorney general) (2002)
p.60 Chae v. Min, 2001 ABQB
p.234 R v. Cuerrier  SCR
p.46,171 Re Drummond Wren 
p.52 Jantunen v. Ross (1991)
p.137 R v. Keegstra  SCR
p.25,232,310 R v. Lavallee  SCR
p.251 R v. MacMillan Bloedel, 2002 BCCA p.134 R v. Oakes  SCR p.29 Ontario Human Rights Commission and Harbhajan Singh Pandori v. Peel Board of Education (1991) p.305 R v. Parks  SCR (Supplemental)
p.91 Reference re Anti-inflation Act  SCR
p.125 Reference re Firearms Act (Can.), 2000 SCC
p.117 RJR-MacDonald Inc. v. Canada (Attorney General) (1995) SCR
p.155 R v. Tessling (2003-01-27) ONCA
p.64 R v. Tutton  SCR
p.16 Sue Rodriguez, Henry Morgentaler, Richard Sauve
p.36 R v. Big M Drug Mart
p.44 Re Resolution to Amend the Constitution of Canada,  SCR
Comprehensive Review: Chapter 1:
Factors driving change in the law
Rule of Law
What constitutes ‘democracy’?
Methods of effecting change in the law (individually or as a collective)
Assisted Suicide (Sue Rodriguez, Richard Sauvé, Henry Morgentaler
Lobby groups, Royal Commissions, Legal Scholarship, Political demonstrations
Chapter 2: Law is made up of historical influences/components and current documents/principles
Historical influences (Ancient, Greeks, Romans, French, British) what did we inherit?
Development over the last century (Industrial revolution, war, social political philosophy)
How is a statute passed?
The structure of the Federal and Provincial Governments (Majority/minority governments)
Case citation (difference between a criminal and a civil)