Title

What Happens Next if PM Loses Vote on Coming Budget?

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1-23-2009

Publication Title

The Toronto Star

Comments

This article was submitted by professors from the following universities: Université de Montréal:

Stéphane Beaulac, law; Karim Benyekhlef, law; François Chevrette, law, honorary deanUniversity of Ottawa:

Denis Boivin, law; John H. Currie, law; Sébastien Grammond, law, acting dean; Martha Jackman, law; François J. Larocque, law; Errol P. Mendes, law; Charles-Maxime Panaccio, law; David Robitaille, law; Sophie Thériault, law Université du Québec à Montréal:

Pierre Bosset, law; Rachel Chagnon, law; Hugo Cyr, law; Lucie Lemonde, law; Jean-Pierre Villaggi, law York University:

Barbara Cameron, political science Simon Fraser University:

Duncan Cameron, political science; Andrew Heard, political science University of Saskatchewan:

Mark Carter, law Université de Moncton:

Michele L. Caron, law Queen's University:

C.E.S. (Ned) Franks, political science, emeritus professor University of Calgary:

Jennifer Koshan, law McGill University:

Roderick A. Macdonald, law, F.R. Scott, constitutional and public law Dalhousie University:

Dianne Pothier, law University of Toronto:

Denise Réaume, law; Peter H. Russell, political science; ; Lorne Sossin, law Osgoode Hall Law School:

Mr. Brendan Naef, Ph.D. candidate in law, University of British Columbia

Mr. Maxime Saint-Hilaire, Law, Associate Researcher, C.R.E.U.M. and Centre Marc Bloch (Berlin)

Prof. Jeremy Webber, Canada Research Chair in Law and Society, University of Victoria