CANADIAN CONSTITUTION

http://laws.justice.gc.ca/en/charter/
(click for the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms)

Much of the Canadian political environment is symbolically summarized in the Constitution

It is the nature of Constitution to formally present the ideal type of a society. To symbolically represent the guiding principles of our political society

What constitutions do:

Canada hybrid Constitutional tradition

Primary Principles:

Relationship between Executive, legislature, and judiciary

Geographical relationship:

Judicial review:

Relationship to citizens:

Parliamentary supremacy, if it has not been replaced, has been significantly qualified by constitutional supremacy

Amendment Procedure

Citizen Participation in Constitutional Reform