Recent Table of Contents – January 2019

Canadian Class Action Review/Revue canadienne des recours collectifs – Volume 13 no. 1 (2017-2018)
Canadian Class Action Review/Revue canadienne des recours collectifs – Volume 13 no. 2 (2017-2018)
Canadian Class Action Review/Revue canadienne des recours collectifs – Volume 14 no. 1 (2018-2019) Special Issue
Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada - Volume 61 no. 4 (December 2018) Special Issue
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques – Volume 44 no. S1 (November 2018)
Dalhousie Law Journal - Volume 41 no. 1 (Spring 2018)
Manitoba Law Journal -  Volume 41, no. 1 (2018)
McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law : MJSDL/La revue de droit du développement durable de McGill : RDDDM - Volume14 no. 1 (2018)
McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill - Volume 63 no. 1 (September 2018)
Review of Constitutional Studies/Revue d’études constitutionnelles – Volume 23 no. 1 (June 2018) Special Issue
Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series - Volume 87 (2018)
 
Canadian Class Action Review/Revue canadienne des recours collectifs
Volume 13 no. 1 (2017-2018)

INTRODUCTION

  • Harvey T. Strosberg, QC, 1-

ARTICLES   

  • Questions about Leave Test for Secondary Market Claims Remain Unanswered after Court of Appeal Decision in Rahimi v Southgobi Resources Ltd
    • Byron Shaw, 5-
  • Case Review of Decertificaiton Motions in Class Proceedings
    • Melanie Ouanounou, 15-
  • Absent Foreign Claimants in Canadian Class Actions : Where to after Airia Brands?
    • Paul-Erik Veel and Graham Henry, 27-
  • L’autorisation de l’action collective : raisons d’être, application et changements à venir
    • Veronica Aimar, 71-
  • Carriage Motions in Ontario : Inconsistent Application of an Indeterminate Test
    • Gerald Antman, 101-
  • Class Actions and the Problem with Probabilistic Causation
    • Sarah Bittman, 129-
  • Our Aging CPA : It’s Time for Ontario to “Opt-in” to a Modern Global Class-Actions Framework
    • Madeleine Brown, 155-

Canadian Class Action Review/Revue canadienne des recours collectifs
Volume 13 no. 2 (2017-2018)

INTRODUCTION

  • Harvey T. Strosberg, QC, 187-

ARTICLES

  • Judicial Scrutiny of Third Party Litigation Funding Agreements in Canadian Class Actions
    • Matt Malone, 191-
  • Class Proceedings and the Future of Boilerplate in Consumer Contracts : Unconscionability as a Common Law Solution to Class Action Avoidance
    • Nicholas Reynolds, 227-
  • “Cost-shifting” and Access to Justice: A Quantitative Review of Certification Motion Cost Awards in Ontario
    • Brandon Pasternak, 255-
  • The Increasing Settlement Costs of Mass Privacy Breaches
    • Barry Glaspell, 335-
  • The Fourth Dimension to Class Actions: Access to a Meaningful Benefit
    • Catherine Piché, 347-
  • Our Aging CPA: It’s Time for Ontario to “Opt-in” to a Modern Global Class-Actions Framework
    • Madeleine Brown, 395-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • The Class Actions Controversy: The Origins and Development of the Ontario Class Proceedings Act (Toronto : Irwin Law, 2018) Suzanne Chiodo
    • Craig E. Jones, 379-
  • Class Actions in Canada: The Promise and Reality of Access to Justice (Vancouver : UBC Press, 2018) Jasminka Kalajdzic
    • Celeste Poltak, 383-

Canadian Class Action Review/Revue canadienne des recours collectifs
Volume 14 no. 1 (2018-2019) Special Issue

SPECIAL ISSUE WRITTEN BY SUZANNE CHIODO - THE CLASS ACTIONS CONTROVERSY : THE ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE ONTARIO CLASS PROCEEDINGS ACT

  • 1 : Overview
    • 1-
  • 2 : Class Actions in England, North America, and Australia
    • 15-
  • 3 : The Early Campaign for Reform and the OLRC Report
    • 47-
  • 4 : The Report of the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee on Class Action Reform (1985-1993)
    • 89-
  • 5 : Comparing the Reports of the Ontario Law Reform Commission and the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee
    • 171-
  • 6 : Class Actions Twenty-Five Years On
    • 189-

Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada
Volume 61 no. 4 (December 2018) Special Issue

INDIGENOUS GOVERNANCE & PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION

  • Evert A. Lindquist, 473-

ARTICLES

  • Financial capacity of First Nations in Canada
    • Kathy Brock, Andrea Migone, 479-
  • Spinning wheels : Surmounting the Indian Act’s Impact on traditional Indigenous governance
    • Terry Poucette, 499-
  • Maintaining accountability between levels of governance in Indigenous economic development : Examples from British Columbia, Canada
    • Ngaio Hotte, Harry Nelson, Tim Hawkins, Stephen Wyatt, Robert Kozak, 523-
  • Issues of independence in Northern Aboriginal-state co-management boards
    • Graham White, 550-
  • Understanding consultation and engagement of Indigenous Peoples in resource development : A policy framing approach
    • Brendan Boyd, Sophie Lorefice, 572-
  • From self-determination to service delivery : Assessing Indigenous inclusion in municipal governance in Canada
    • Joanne Heritz, 596-
  • Municipal-Indigenous relations in Saskatchewan : Getting started in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert
    • Joanne Heritz, 616-
  • Struggling toward Indigenous representation and service improvement within the BC Ministry of Children and Family Development
    • Jane Rousseau, 641-

AWARDS

  • The J.E. Hodgetts Award
    • 665-
  • The Vanier Medal/La Médaille Vanier
    • 666-

Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques
Volume 44 no. S1 (November 2018)

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES TALENT : THE SKILLS WE NEED

INTRODUCTION

  • Information and Communication Technology Talent : The Skills We Need – Framing the Issues
    • Ross Finnie, Richard E. Mueller, and Arthur Sweetman, Siii-

ICT LABOUR MARKET : EVIDENCE OF ICT TALENT SHORTAGES AND RESPONSES

  • Is There Evidence of an Information and Communication Technology Labour Shortage in the Canadian Labour Force Survey?
    • Alexander Thomson, Michael Veall, and Arthur Sweetman, S1-
  • Earnings of University Bachelor’s Degree Graduates in Information and Communication Technology Programs : A Tax Data Analysis
    • Ross Finnie, Dejan Pavlic, and Stephen Childs, S13-

ROLE OF POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION : STUDENT CHOICES AND INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSES

  • Post-Secondary Student Choices and the Labour Shortage in Canada’s Information and Communication Sector
    • Weili Ding and Steven F. Lehrer, S30-
  • Who Goes into STEM Disciplines? Evidence from the Youth in Transition Survey
    • Ross Finnie and Stephen Childs, S430
  • Enhancing Development of Competencies by Means of Continuous Improvement Processes
    • Brian Frank, Natalie Simper, Bei Cai, Deena Salem, Jake Krupp, and Max Lindley-Peart, S56-

TAPPING ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY TALENT : THE ROLE OF WOMEN AND IMMIGRANTS

  • Underrepresentation of Women in Canada’s Information and Communication Technology Sector : What Can We Learn from a Canadian Survey of Adult Skills?
    • Richard E. Mueller, N.T. Khuong Truong, and Wynonna Smoke, S73-
  • Basic Information and Communication Technology Skills among Canadian Immigrants and Non-Immigrants
    • N.T. Khuong Truong and Arther Sweetman, S91-
  • Immigrant STEM Workers in the Canadian Economy : Skill Utilization and Earnings
    • Garnett Picot and Feng Hou, S113-
  • An Analysis of the Patenting Rates of Canada’s Ethnic Populations
    • Joel Blit, Mikal Skuterud, and Jue Zhang, S125-

SECTORAL PERSPECTIVES : PREPARING INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY TALENT FOR THE FUTURE

  • Internet Communications Technology Skills and Systems of Engagement
    • Trevor Deley and Marcellus Mindel, S146-
  • All Companies are Technology Companies : Preparing Canadians with the Skills for a Digital Future
    • Valerie Walker, Gail Bowkett, and Isabelle Duchaine, S153-
  • The Alacrity Program : Identifying, Training, and Growing the Talent Required to Build Profitable New Informaation and Communication Technology Companies in Canada and Internationally
    • Michael A. Turner, S159-
  • Paving the Way for the Future of Work
    • Namir Anani, S167-

Dalhousie Law Journal
Volume 41 no. 1 (Spring 2018)

END OF LIFE

  • Physicians’ Attitudes, Concerns, and Procedural Understanding of Medical Aid-in-Dying in Vermont
    • Teresa Ditommaso, Ari P. Kirshenbaum and Brendan Parent, 1-
  • Foreseeably Unclear : The Meaning of the “Reasonably Foreseeable” Criterion for Access to Medical Assistance in Dying in Canada
    • Jocelyn Downie and Kate Scallion, 23-
  • Legalizing Assisted Dying : Cross Purposes and Unintended Consequences
    • Emily Jackson, 59-
  • Trying and Dying : Are Some Wishes at the End of Life Better Than Others?
    • Oliver J. Kim, 93-
  • A Comparative Analysis of Voluntariness Safeguards and Review Procedure under Oregon and the Netherlands’ Physician Assisted Dying Laws
    • Michaela Estelle Okninski, 121-
  • Euthanasia by Organ Donation
    • Michael Shapiro, 153-
  • Questioning POLST : Practical and Religious Issues
    • Lloyd Steffen, 173-

OTHER ARTICLES

  • Legal History and Rights for Nonhuman Animals : An Interview with Steven M. Wise
    • Angela Fernandez, 197-
  • The Stakes in Steak : Examining Barriers to and Opportunities for Alternatives to Animal Products in Canada
    • Angela Lee, 219-
  • The Animal Protection Commission : Advancing Social Membership for Animals through a Novel Administrative Agency
    • John MacCormick, 253-

Manitoba Law Journal
Volume 41, no. 1 (2018)

UNDERNEATH THE GOLDEN BOY

  • Preface
  • Bryan P. Schwartz & Darcy L. MacPherson, i-

KEYNOTE

  • Guth Lecture 2018 : Statutory Interpretation Then and Now
    • Richard H. Helmholz, 1-

POLICY REVIEWS

  • Evaluating Manitoba’s Automobile Injury Mediation Pilot Project
    • Jennifer L. Schulz, 21-
  • Law Students’ Responses to Innovation : A Study of Perspectives in Respect of Digital Knowledge Transmission, Flipped Classrooms, Video Capsules and Other Means of Classroom Dissemination
    • Richard Jochelson & David Ireland, 131-
  • A Horse Gallops Down a Street…Policing and the Resilience of Common Law
    • John Burchill, 161-
  • The Constitutionality of the Federal Carbon Pricing Benchmark & Backstop Proposals
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, 211-
  • Public Inquiries’ Terms of Reference : Lessons from the Past – And for the Future
    • Gerard J. Kennedy, 317-
  • It’s Here, but it was Never “Brought into the Jurisdiction”? The Policy Implications of Re: Hughes on Issues of Conflict-of-Laws Under the PPSA
    • Darcy L. MacPherson, 343-

LEGISLATIVE REVIEWS

  • Farm Debt Compromises During the Great Depression : An Empirical Study of Applications Made Under the Farmers’ Creditors Arrangement Act in Morden and Brandon, Manitoba
    • Virginia Torrie, 377-
  • Saved by the Bell : The 2015 Legislative Assembly Rules Changes
    • Ben Wickstrom, 435-
  • Bill 203 : The Legal Profession Amendment Act (Queen’s Counsel Appointments)
    • Yassir Alnaji, 461-
  • The Enactment of Bill 5, The Francophone Community Enhancement and Support Act : A Proud Moment for Manitoba
    • Constancia Smart-Carvalho, 479-

McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law : MJSDL/La revue de droit du développement durable de McGill : RDDDM
Volume14 no. 1 (2018)

ARTICLES

  • Judicial Education for Sustainability
    • Laurel Besco, 1-
  • Trade-Sustainable Development Relationship: The Role of WTO Adjudication in Interpreting and Operationalizing Sustainable Development
    • Zobaida Khan, 33-
  • Un bilan de la Politique nationale de l’eau (2002-2007) au Québec à la lumière de l’éthique environnementale: entre initiatives et suffisances
    • Alexandre Lillo, 71-

BOOK REVIEW

  • The Privatisation of Biodiversity? New Approaches to Conservation Law (Cheltenham, U.K. :Edward Elgar, 2016) Colin T. Reid and Walters Nsoh
    • Sara L. Seck, 109-

STUDENT ESSAY FEATURE

  • African SIDS under the International Climate Change Regime: Opportunities and Challenges for Regional Cooperation in Operationlizing the Paris Agreement
    • Mariam Rita Fawole Masini, 119-

McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill
Volume 63 no. 1 (September 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Separate but Unequal : Immigration Detention in Canada and the Great Writ of Liberty
    • Siena Anstis, Joshua Blum and Jared Will, 1-
  • Seeking Justice by Plea : The Prosecutor’s Ethical Obligations During Plea Bargaining
    • Palma Paciocco, 45-
  • Drawing the Line between Lay and Expert Opinion Evidence
    • Jason M. Chin, Jan Tomiska and Chen Li, 89-
  • The Regulation of Hateful and Hurtful Speech : Liberalism’s Uncomfortable Predicament
    • Jocelyn Maclure, 133-
  • “Why Couldn’t You Just Keep Your Knees Together?” L’obligation déontologique des juges face aux victimes de violence sexuelles
    • Michaël Lessard, 155-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Writing Reasons : A Handbook for Judges, 4th ed (Toronto : LexisNexis, 2015) Edward Berry
    • John C. Kleefeld, 191-

Review of Constitutional Studies/Revue d’études constitutionnelles
Volume 23 no. 1 (June 2018) Special Issue

PIPELINES AND THE CONSTITUTION

INTRODUCTION

  • Pipelines and the Constitution : A Special Issue of the Review of Constitutional Studies
    • Nigel Bankes, 1-

ARTICLES

  • The National Energy Board and Energy Infrastructure Regulation : History, Legal Authority, and Judicial Supervision
    • Alastair R. Lucas, 25-
  • Pipelines and the Politics of Structure : Constitutional Conflicts in the Canadian Oil Sector
    • George Hoberg, 53-
  • Testing the Jurisdictional Waters : The Provincial Regulation of Interprovincial Pipelines
    • Martin Z. Olszynski, 91-
  • Drawing Lines in the Sand : Parliament’s Jurisdiction to Consider Upstream and Downstream Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions in Interprovincial Pipeline Project Reviews
    • Nathalie J. Chalifour, 129-
  • Federal Linear Energy Infrastructure Projects and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples : Current Legal Landscape and Emerging Developments
    • David V. Wright, 175-

BOOK REVIEW

  • A Critique of Proportionality and Balancing (Cambridge, U.K. : Cambridge University Press, 2017) Francisco J. Urbina
    • Jud Mathews, 225-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series
Volume 87 (2018)

CANADA’S CHIEF JUSTICE : BEVERLEY MCLACHLIN’S LEGACY OF LAW AND LEADERSHIP

INTRODUCTION

  • Gardien du phare - Keeper of the Lighthouse
    • Le très honorable Richard Wagner, Juge en chef de la Cour suprême du Canada / The Right Honourable Richard Wagner, P.C., Chief Justice of Canada, ix-
  • An Appointment with Destiny
    • The Right Honourable Brian Mulroney, former Prime Minister of Canada, xix-
  • Incomparable Judge, Inspiring Woman
    • The Right Honourable Adrienne Clarkson, former Governor General of Canada, xxiii-
  • A Leader Among Chiefs : An American Perspective on Beverley McLachlin’s Legacy as Chief Justice
    • Chief Justice of the United States John G. Roberts, xxxiii-

PART I: HARMONY

  • Justice as Harmony : The Distinct Resonance of Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin’s Juridicial Genius
    • Marcus Moore, 3-
  • The Duty to Consult and Accommodate Aboriginal Peoples
    • Peter W. Hogg, 63-
  • Compromise, Rights and Federalism : Academic Reflections and Constitutional Jurisprudence
    • Hoi L. Kong, 83-
  • McLachin’s Holy Grail and the People’s Charter
    • Lorne Sossin, 101-
  • La très honorable Beverley McLachlin et l’émergence des valeurs canadiennes
    • L’honorable Serge Joyal, 123-

PART II: JUDICIAL VIRTUES

  • Practical Wisdom as Judicial Virtue : Assessing Chief Justice McLachlin
    • Daniel Jutras, 163-
  • Making and Doing Legal History : Beverley McLachlin as Legal Scholar and Trial Judge
    • DeLloyd J. Guth, 191-
  • The Rise and Fall of Freedom of Expression in the McLachlin Court?
    • Jean-François Gaudreault-DesBiens, Vanessa Ntaganda and Noura Karazivan, 211-
  • International Impact and Influence : Three Landmark Cases from the Canadian Law of Obligations
    • James Goudkamp, 255-
  • What Humility Isn’t : Responsibility and the Judicial Role
    • Benjamin L. Berger, 277-

CONCLUSION

  • Chief Justice McLachlin in Her Own Words
    • Kirk Makin in Conversation with The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, 305-
  • Table A : Table of Judgments of Beverley McLachlin as a Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada (1989-2018)
    • Supreme Court of Canada, 333-
  • Table B : Bibliography of Speeches by Chief Justice McLachlin
    • Supreme Court of Canada, 357-
  • Beverley McLachlin by the Numbers
    • Jessica Michelin and Daniel Jutras, 397-