Recent Table of Contents – May 2019

The Advocates’ Quarterly – Volume 49 no. 4 (April 2019)
Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance – Volume 34 no. 2 (April 2019)
Canadian Business Law Journal – Volume 61 no. 1 (September 2018)
Canadian Business Law Journal – Volume 61 no. 2 (December 2018)
Canadian Business Law Journal – Volume 61 no. 3 (March 2019)
Canadian Journal of Women and the Law/Revue femmes et droit – Volume 31 no. 1 (2019) Special Issue
Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal - Volume21 no. 2 (2019)
Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne - Volume67 no. 1 (2019)
Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique – Volume 13 No. 1 (April 2019)
Manitoba Law Journal – Volume 41 no. 2 (2018)
National Journal of Constitutional Law/Revue nationale de droit constitutionnel – Volume 39 no. 2 (April 2019)
Queen’s Law Journal – Volume 44 no. 2 (Spring 2019)
Saskatchewan Law Review – Volume 82 no. 1 (2019)
Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series – Volume 90 (2019)

The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 49 no. 4 (April 2019)

ARTICLES

  • Supreme Court of Canada 2018 Year in Review
    • Eugene Meehan, Mari-France Major, Thomas Slade and Cory Giordano, 377-
  • Toward a Canadian Originalism
    • Asher Honickman, 422-
  • Disputes over Human Remains
    • Kimberly Whaley, 429-
  • Should the Protection of the Justified Expectations of the Parties Become an Exception to or a Major Consideration when Applying the Principle of Proximity in Litigation Involving Conflict of Laws Issues?
    • J-G. Castel, 481-

CASE COMMENT

  • Tagg Industries v. Rieder : Is Storing Pornography on a Work-Issued Laptop Cause for Dismissal?
    • Paul Willetts, 491-

Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance
Volume 34 no. 2 (April 2019)

ARTICLES

  • The Liability of Public Company Auditors in Canada after Livent
    • Peter Howard and Aaron Kreaden, 79-
  • The Transformative Effect of AI on the Banking Industry
    • Mirka Snyder Caron, 169-
  • The Great FinTech Disruption : InsurTech
    • Angelica Wilamowicz, 215-

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

  • Blockchain Technology : What Is It Good For?
    • Dr. Saifedean Ammous, 239-
  • SCC Paves the Way for National Securities Regulator, but What Will It Look Like?
    • Alan Monk, Jake Schroeder and Katie Gordon, 253-
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law
    • Jennifer Sokal, 267-
  • Payment by Digital Token
    • Bradley Crawford, Q.C., 275-

CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS

  • Concordia Decision Expands Potential Scope of CBCA Plans of Arrangement
    • Kevin J. Zych, Sean Zweig and Preet K. Bell, 289-
  • Scurrying About : Recent Examples of Courts Granting Relief with Respect to Bankruptcy Proceedings Commenced in Other Provinces
    • Trevor Courtis, 297-
  • R. v. Dhanani : Vancouver Court Hands Down Three-year Sentence for Securities Regulatory Offences
    • Brigeeta C. Richdale, Jessica L. Lewis and Rebecca Sim, 307-
  • The Trouble with Deemed Trusts : Callidus Capital Corp. v. Canada
    • Gunnar Benediktsson, 315-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • The Future of Cross-Border Insolvency : Overcoming Biases and Closing Gaps (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018) Irit Mevorach.
    • Rebecca Parry, 327-
  • Systemic Risk, Institutional Design, and the Regulation of Financial Markets (Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press, 2016) Anita Anand, ed.
    • Christian Chamorro-Courtland, 331-
  • From Wall Street to Bay Street : The Origins and Evolution of American and Canadian Finance (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2018) Christopher Kobrak & Joe Martin.
    • C. Ian Kyer, 337-
  • Finance and Philosophy : Why We’re Always Surprised (Philadelphia : Paul Dry Books, 2018) Alex J. Pollock.
    • Thomas H. Stanton, 341-

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 61 no. 1 (September 2018)

PAPERS FROM THE COMMERCIAL LAW SYMPOSIUM, UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN, SEPTEMBER 2017

  • The Law of Fixtures : The Need for a Different Approach
    • Ronald C.C. Cuming, 1-
  • The Interface Between Sales Law and Secured Transactions Law
    • Roderick J. Wood, 27-
  • Limitation Peeriods and Insolvency Law
    • Anna J. Lund, 51-
  • The Implications of Priority as between Secured and Judgment Creditors : A Case Study
    • Tamara Buckwold, 80-

COMMENTARIES

  • Consumer Protection Act, 2002 : Case Law Updates
    • Thomas R. Lipton, 109-

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 61 no. 2 (December 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Defining Corporate Law Oppression
    • Robert Flannigan, 141-
  • The Rule of Law : Rethinking the Public Interest Jurisdiction of the Ontario Securities Commission
    • Joseph Groia and Brendan Monahan, 174-
  • The Historical Origins of Section 121 of the Constitution Act, 1867 : A Study of Confederation’s Political, Social and Economic Context
    • Andrew Smith, 205-

COMMENTARIES

  • Corporate Cheque Fraud in the Supreme Court of Canada : Policy, Precedent or Reason?
    • Bradley Crawford, 227-
  • Narrowing the Doctrine of Rectification in Canadian Law
    • Peter Roy Cotton-O’Brien, 248-

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 61 no. 3 (March 2019)

ARTICLES

  • Bank on It : Bank Act Restrictions on Use of the Terms “Bank” and “Banking”, A Case Study on Institutional vs. Functional Financial Services Regulation
    • Christopher C. Nicholls, 293-

PAPERS FROM THE COMMERCIAL LAW SYMPOSIUM, UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA, OCTOBER 2018

  • Security Interests and Builders’ Liens : Two Solitudes or Complementary Systems?
    • Ronald C.C. Cuming, 334-
  • Protecting Low-Income Consumers : The Regulation of Rent-to-Own Stores
    • Gail E. Henderson and Laurence L. Malatesta, 354-
  • The Constitutional Validity and Applicability of the Seizure Provisions of the Securities Transfer Act
    • Elizabeth Edinger, 377-

Canadian Journal of Women and the Law/Revue femmes et droit
Volume 31 no. 1 (2019)

SPECIAL ISSUE: WOMEN AND RESOURCE EXTRACTION

INTRODUCTION

  • Resource Extraction and the Human Rights of Women and Girls / Extraction des ressources et droits des femmes et des filles
    • Sara L. Seck and Penelope Simons, i-

ARTICLES

  • Do Women Have a Right to Mine?
    • Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt, 1-
  • Discipline and Punish : Gendered Dimensions of Violence in Extractive Development
    • Kalowatie Deonandan and Colleen Bell, 24-
  • Digging for Rights : How Can International Human Rights Law Better Protect Indigenous Women from Extractive Industries?
    • Mona Paré, 91-
  • Relations of Ruling : A Feminist Critique of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and Violence against Women in the Context of Resource Extraction
    • Penelope Simons and Melisa Handl, 113-
  • Relational Law and the Reimagining of Tools for Environmental and Climate Justice
    • Sara L. Seck, 151-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Human Rights Trade-Offs in Times of Economic Growth : The Long-Term Capability Impacts of Extractive-Led Development (New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2016) Areli Valencia.
    • Marie-Dominik Langlois, 178-
  • Between the Plough and the Pick : Informal, Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in the Contemporary World (Canberra : Australian National University Press, 2018) Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt, ed.
    • Josephine L. Savarese, 183-
  • Making Space for Indigenous Feminism, 2nd ed (Halifax : Fernwood Publishing, 2017) Joyce Green, ed.
    • Constance MacIntosh, 187-

Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal
Volume21 no. 2 (2019)

PRECARIOUS WORK, UNCERTAIN RIGHTS AND THE ROLE OF WORKPLACE LAW
PAPERS FROM THE 2017 LABOUR LAW LECTURE & CONFERENCE, WESTERN UNIVERSITY, NOVEMBER 3-4, 2017

  • Inequality and the Fissured Workplace
      • David Weil, 207-
  • The Political Economy of Precariousness in an Era of Artificial Intelligence : Precarious Work, or None At All?
    • Wayne Lewchuk, 239-
  • A Tattered Quilt : Exemptions and Special Rules under Ontario’s Employment Standards Act
    • Leah F. Vosko, John Grundy, Rebecca Casey, Andrea M. Noack & Mark P. Thomas, 267-
  • Sexual Harassment and the Precarious Worker
    • Sandra F. Sperino, 299-
  • The Nature of the Fundamental Freedoms and the Sui Generis Right to Collective Bargaining : The Case of Vulnerable and Precarious Workers
    • Benjamin J. Oliphant, 319-
  • A Bridge Too Far? Using Internal Workplace Committees to Ensure Employment Standards Compliance and Plug the Representation Gap in the Wagner Act Model
    • Rafael Gomez & Sean O’Connor, 361-
  • Globalization in Transition : The Canadian Perspective
    • Brian Burkett, 399-

ARTICLES

  • Sectoral Regulation in Subcontracting Relationships : The Impact of Collective Agreement Decrees on Employment Conditions
    • Martine D’Amours & Frédéric Hanin, 433-
  • Canada’s Statutory Strike Models and the New Constitutional Landscape
    • Alison Braley-Rattai, 461-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Unions in Court : Organized Labour and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Vancouver : UBC Press, 2017) Larry Savage & Charles W. Smith.
    • Roy J. Adams, 497-

Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne
Volume67 no. 1 (2019)

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

  • Non-Residents and Capital Gains Tax in Australia
    • Richard Krever and Kerrie Sadiq, 1-

POLICY FORUM

  • Editor’s Introduction – Reform of Corporate Taxation
    • Kevin Milligan, 23-
  • International Effects of the 2017 US Tax Reform – A View from the Front Line
    • Peter Harris, Michael Keen, and Li Liu, 27-
  • Is Accelerated Tax Depreciation Good or Misguided Tax Policy?
    • Philip Bazel and Jack Mintz, 41-
  • Business Tax Reform in the United States and Canada
    • Ken McKenzie and Michael Smart, 57-

AWARDS

  • Douglas J. Sherbaniuk Distinguised Writing Award, 67-
    • Canadian Tax Foundation Regional Student-Paper Awards, 69-
  • Best Newsletter Article by a Young Practitioner Award, 75-
    • Canadian Tax Foundation Lifetime Contribution Award, 79-

FEATURES

FINANCES OF THE NATION

  • Survey of Provincial and Territorial Budgets, 2018-19
    • Vivien Morgan, 81-

CURRENT CASES

  • (FCA) Canada v. 594710 British Columbia Ltd.; (TCC) Cameco Corporation v. The Queen
    • Ryan L. Morris, Adam Gotfried, and Yongchon Mao, 161-

INTERNATIONAL TAX PLANNING

  • Transfer Pricing and Transactions Between Foreign Entities
    • Byron Beswick, 187-

PERSONAL TAX PLANNING

  • Income Splitting Update
    • Sean Grant-Young and Katie Rogers, 209-

PLANIFICATION FISCALE PERSONNELLE

  • L’évolution du fractionnement du revenu
    • Sean Grant-Young et Katie Rogers, 235-

CURRENT TAX READING

  • Co-Editors: Robin Boadway, Kim Brooks, Jinyan Li, and Alan Macnaughton, 263-

Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique
Volume 13 No. 1 (April 2019)

PERSPECTIVE

  • Pax Juridica
    • Gregory Tardi, 1-

COMMENTARY ON THE ROLE OF LAW

  • Wither Legal Professional Privilege for Government Legal Advice in the UK?
    • Gavin Murphy, 7-

ARTICLES

  • The Right to the Truth : A Political Question Between Justice and Impunity?
    • Davide Bacis, 13-
  • Party Politics in Constitutional Law : A Comparative Analysis of the Legislature’s Ability to hold the Executive Accountable in the United States, the United Kingdom and South Africa
    • Caroline James, 43-
  • Not the Governor General’s Choice : Canadian Honours and the Butler-Pitfield Principles
    • Christopher McCreery, 67-
  • The Inter-American Court of Human Rights and the Costa Rica Election 2018
    • Graeme S. Mount, 81-
  • Sudden Death : Deconstructing the Justice Minister’s Approach to Medical Aid in Dying Following Canada’s 2015 Federal Election
    • Agathon Fric, 99-

PRACTICE NOTES

  • Constitutionalism, Legality and Legitimacy : a Canadian Perspective – Notes for a presentation to the Committee on Constituional Affairs of the European Parliament, Brussels, 20 June 2018
    • Warren J. Newman, 121-
  • Le constitutionnalisme, la légalité et la légitimité : une perspective canadienne – Notes en vue d’une comparution au Comité des affaires constitutionnelles du Parlement européen, Bruxelles, le 20 juin 2018
    • Warren J. Newman, 129-

LEGISLATION

  • A Province in all but Name : The Political and Constitutional Evolution of Yukon since 1979
    • Ian Peach, 137-

LITIGATION

  • Henderson c. Procureur générale du Québec
    • Maxime St-Hilaire, 153-

JURISPRUDENCE

  • Including emerging litigation / Comprenant les litiges en voie de développement
    • Gregory Tardi, 189-

LITERATURE

  • Full Disclosure (Toronto : Simon Shuster Canada, 2018) Beverly McLachlin.
    • Michelle Black, 195-
  • Duties and Ethical Challenges of Government Lawyers (Toronto : Lexis Nexis, 2018) Elizabeth Sanderson.
    • Eric Boucher, 199-
  • On the Basis of Sex (United States : Focus Features, 2018) Mimi Leder, dir.
    • Julia Deutsch, 205-

Manitoba Law Journal
Volume 41 no. 2 (2018)

INDIGENOUS JURISTS AND POLICY-MAKERS FROM MANITOBA : A COLLECTION OF ORAL HISTORIES

  • Introduction
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, i-

INTERVIEWS

  • Interview with Brian Bowman
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 1-
  • Interview with Paul Chartrand
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 25-
  • Interview with Harold Cochrane
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 45-
  • Interview with Phil Fontaine
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 65-
  • Interview with Joan Jack
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 105-
  • Interview with Diane M. Kelly
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 145-
  • Interview with Jack London
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 171-
  • Interview with Sacha Paul
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 229-
  • Interview with Murray Sinclair
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 263-
  • Interview with Jean Teillet
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 311-
  • Interview with Jennifer Wood
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 355-

APPENDICES

  • Introductory Note to the Appendices
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 385-
  • Appendix A : Law 398—Oral History, Indigenous Peoples, and the Law ; Course Syllabus & Timetable
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 387-
  • Appendix B : Law 3980- Oral History, Indigenous Peoples, and the Law ; Selected Bibliography for Subject Matter
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 397-

National Journal of Constitutional Law/Revue nationale de droit constitutionnel
Volume 39 no. 2 (April 2019)

ARTICLES

  • Preserving Constitutional Democracy from Populism – The Case of Secession Referendums
    • Giuseppe Martinico, 139-
  • Well-being Matters Under the Constitution – Why Secion 36 is About More Than Money and What it Should Mean for Canadians
    • Mirja Trilsch and Jessical LeBlanc, 159-
  • Sanction royal : un pouvoir discrétionnaire toujours exercé
    • Hubert Cauchon, 191-

CASE COMMENTS

  • Complementarily : The Constitutional Role of the Senate of Canada
    • The Hon. V. Peter Harder P.C., 223-

Queen’s Law Journal
Volume 44 no. 2 (Spring 2019)

CONTESTING CRIMINAL LAW : HONOURING THE WORK OF PROFESSOR DON STUART

  • Introduction
    • Lisa M. Kelly, i-
  • Why De Minimis Should Not Be a Defense
    • Steve Coughlan, 262-
  • Sentencing for Sexual Offences Against Children and Youth : Mandatory Minimums, Proportionality and Unintended Consequences
    • Janine Benedet, 284-
  • Myth, Inference and Evidence in Sexual Assault Trials
    • Lisa Dufraimont, 316-

ARTICLES

  • Entrapment Minimalism : Shedding the “No Reasonable Suspicion or Bona Fide Inquiry” Test
    • Steven Penney, 356-
  • Two Views of the Cathedreal : Civilian Approaches, Reasonable Expectations, and the Puzzle of Good Faith’s Past and Future
    • Nicholas Reynolds, 388-

Saskatchewan Law Review
Volume 82 no. 1 (2019)

ARTICLES

  • Protecting the “Castle” : The Saskatchewan Home Exemption
    • Ronald C.C. Cuming, 1-
  • Living Exemptions in the Land of the Living Skies : Indexing Exempt Values Under The Enforcement of Money Judgments Act
    • Thomas Laval Fransoo, 29-
  • Collateral Immigration Consequences in Sentencing : A Six-Year Review
    • Sasha Baglay, 47-
  • Proportionate Justice : An Examination of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and the Principles of Sentencing in Saskatchewan
    • Zoe Johansen-Hill, 75-

CASE STUDY

  • An Investigation into Complaints Under Saskatoon’s Election Financing Bylaw – A Case Study
    • John C. Courtney & Neil Robertson, 97-

BOOK NOTES

  • By Law or In Justice, The Indian Specific Claims Commission and the Struggle of Indigenous Justice (Vancouver : Purich Books, 2018) Jane Dickson.
    • Janna Mitchell, 109-
  • The Wetico Legal Principles : Cree and Anishinabek Responses to Violence and Victimization (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2018) Hadley Louise Friedland.
    • Evan Best, 111-
  • Class Actions in Canada : The Promise and Reality of Access to Justice ( Vancouver : UBC Press, 2018) Jasminka Kalajdzic.
    • Shay Brehm, 113-
  • Disabling Barriers : Social Movements, Disability History, and the Law (Vancouver : UBC Press, 2017) edited by Ravi Malhotra and Benjamin Isitt.
    • Matthew M. Scott, 115-
  • Health Care and the Charter : Legal Mobilization and Policy Change in Canada (Vancouver : UBC Press, 2018) Christopher P. Manfredi & Antonia Maioni.
    • Stephanie Nemeth, 117-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series
Volume 90 (2019)

PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION IN CANADA

PART I: OVERARCHING THEMES AND STRATEGIES IN PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION IN CANADA

ARTICLES

  • Pragmatic Assorted Strategies : How Canadian Cause Lawyers Contribute to Social Change
    • Basil S. Alexander, 3-
  • Winning the Right to Housing : Critical Reflections on a Holistic Approach to Public Interest Litigation
    • Fay Faraday, Tracy Heffernan and Helen Luu, 31-
  • Trauma-Informed Strategies in Public Interest Litigation : Avoiding Unintended Consequences Through Integrative Legal Perspectives
    • Helgi Maki and C. Tess Sheldon, 65-

CASE COMMENTS

  • The Wheels of Justice : Reflections from the Public Interest Law Centre of Legal Aid Manitoba
    • Joëlle Pastora Sala and Allison Fenske, 93-
  • The Symbiotic Relationship Between Social Movements and Public Interest Litigation : A Case Study of the I am a Witness Campaign and the Human Rights Complaint of 165,000 First Nations Kids
    • Anne Levesque, 101-
  • The Work Outside the Courtroom : Public and Government Engagement in the Carter v. Canada Case
    • Josh Paterson, 107-

PART II: PROCEDURAL AND TECHNICAL ISSUES

ARTICLES

  • Justiciability, Access to Justice and Summary Procedures in Public Interest Litigation
    • Gerard J. Kennedy and Lorne Sossin, 119-
  • Stand by Me : Public Interest Standing and Immigration and Refugee Advocacy in Canada
    • Angus Grant, 147-

CASE COMMENTS

  • Public Interest Party Status : A Study of Y.Z. v. Canada
    • Maureen Silcoff, 171-
  • Yaiguaje and Security for Costs : Litigation Tactics Yield to Advancing and Restating the Law
    • Christine Lang, 177-

PART III: INTERVENTIONS

ARTICLES

  • Just Going Through the Motions : The Supreme Court, Interest Groups and the Performance of Intervention
    • Daniel Sheppard, 187-
  • Divine Intervention : a Study of Operation and Impact of NGO Interveners in Canadian Religious Freedom Litigation
    • Kathryn Chan and Howard Kislowicz, 219-
  • The Law of Intervention After the TWU Law School Case : Is Justice Seen to Be Done?
    • Barry W. Bussey, 265-
  • Shadow Interveners
    • Maegen Giltrow and Nathan Hume, 297-

CASE COMMENTS

  • With a Little Help from Too Many Friends? Lessons from TWU and Comeau on Intervening before the Supreme Court
    • Christopher D. Bredt, Ewa Krajewska and Mannu Chowdhury, 315-
  • Balancing Act : Practical Lessons for Human Rights Interventions
    • Gavin Magrath and Gail Davidson, 323-
  • Friends of the Court : Public Interest Interveners in Lizotte v. Aviva Insurance Co. of Canada and Alberta (Information and Privacy Commissioner) v. University of Calgary
    • Eleanor Vaughan, 329-
  • Legal Strategies for Intervention in Cases Advancing the Rights of Persons with Mental Health Disabilities
    • Karen R. Spector, 337-

PART IV: CASE STUDIES IN CANADIAN PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION

ARTICLES

  • The Boxes Law Puts Us In : A Comment on Ali v. Canada
    • Joshua Blum, 381-
  • Habeas Corpus and Immigration Detention : A Case Study of Scotland v. Canada (Attorney General)
    • David Cote and Subodh Bharati, 387-
  • Solitary Confinement : A Test Case Litigation Story
    • Alison M. Latimer, 393-