16 Appeal: Rev. Current L. & L. Reform [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/appeal16 and id is 1 raw text is: APPEAL VOLUME 16

TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE
MARK WITTEN AND SARAH RUNYON                                     01
ARTICLES
Federal Power and Federal Duty: Reconciling Sections 91(24) and 35(1) of  03
the Canadian Constitution
BRIAN BIRD
Beyond Bountiful: Toward an Intersectional and Postcolonial Feminist  15
Intervention in the British Columbia Polygamy Reference
MICHELLE CHAN
China's Anti-Monopoly Law: History, Application, and Enforcement  31
THOMAS BROOK
The Criminalization of Poverty: Montr6al's Policy of Ticketing Homeless  49
Youth for Municipal and Transportation By-Law Infractions
JUSTIN DOUGLAS
Impaired Exclusion: Exploring the Possibility of a New Bright Line Rule of  65
Good Faith in Impaired Driving Offences
BRIAN EBERDT
A Critique of the British Columbia Residential Real Estate Brokerage  84
Industry's Use of Dual Agency
MICHAEL DROUILLARD
Corporate Social Responsibility, Social Justice, and the Politics of  101
Difference: Towards a Participatory Model of the Corporation
DUSTIN GUMPINGER

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