This is an essential book for those studying Canadian government and politics. This book provides a comprehensive review of the powers of the Crown and the development of Canadian federalism and the legal and political foundations of the Canadian constitution. This book is invaluable for those interested in the Canadian constitution and Canadian federalism for the rich historical and legal detail it provides.

The Crown and Canadian Federalism explores the role of the monarchy in the founding of the Canadian constitution and the evolution of Canadian federalism with rich detail across the range of social, political, legal, constitutional, and cultural areas. For example, the broad range of the Crown is detailed with discussions such as the 1763 Royal Proclamation by King George III (as the author...

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