Intergovernmental Relations' Third Wheel: The Role of the Supreme Court in an Era of Collaborative Federalism

Allison O'Beirne
2009 Federalism-E  
The Supreme Court of Canada has an absolutely undeniable role in intergovernmental relations. As the country's only constitutionally entrenched body charged with the resolution of division-of-powers disputes, its decisions and rulings are always certain to influence the way in which governments interact with each other. Recently, however, the Supreme Court has come to be less highly regarded as a method of resolving the disputes that arise between governments [...]
doi:10.24908/fede.v10i1.13629 fatcat:feejhkoby5codb2fsyx6pou7j4