POLC32H3: The Canadian Judicial System

This course explores the structure, role and key issues associated with the Canadian judicial system. The first section provides the key context and history associated with Canada’s court system. The second section discusses the role the courts have played in the evolution of the Canadian constitution and politics – with a particular focus on the Supreme Court of Canada. The final section analyzes some of the key debates and issues related to the courts in Canada, including their democratic nature, function in establishing public policy and protection of civil liberties.
Area of Focus: Canadian Government and Politics

[POLB56H3 and POLB57H3] or (POLB50Y3)
Social and Behavioural Sciences