The view from down under: freedom of the press in Canada

Allan, James (2012) The view from down under: freedom of the press in Canada. Supreme Court Law Review, 58 Constitutional Cases 2011: 147-162.

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Author Allan, James
Title The view from down under: freedom of the press in Canada
Journal name Supreme Court Law Review
ISSN 0228-0108
ISBN 9780433471790
Publication date 2012-11
Year available 2012
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 58
Issue Constitutional Cases 2011
Start page 147
End page 162
Total pages 16
Editor Jamie Cameron
Sonia Lawrence
Place of publication Markham, ON, Canada
Publisher LexisNexis Canada
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Formatted abstract
In this paper I hope to take a look at the scope of press freedom in certain respects under Canada's entrenched, constitutionalized Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and to do so through Australian eyes...My paper will try to give you a taste of that foreigner's perspective by comparing the scope of fredom of the press in Canada, with its Charter, and in Australia where (almost uniquely in the democratic world) there is no national bill of rights of any sort.
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Additional Notes This paper was first delivered on March 9, 2012 at the Ryerson University "Press Freedom in Canada: A Status Report on the 30th Anniversary of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms" Conference in Toronto.

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