The Right to Privacy in Canada
Douglas Camp Chaffey analyzes the development of a right to privacy in Canadian law, which parallels that in the United States. He concludes that the 1982 Charter Rights and Freedoms, plus growing concern in Canada over invasions of privacy, are largely responsible for this rapid development.
The Constitution and Chief Justice Marshall, William F. Swindler Reviewed by Douglas Camp Chaffey
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