In this podcast we will consider the issue of constitutional review, specifically whether section 7 of the charter is violated by deportation.
Singh v Minister of Employment and Immigration (1985)
Canada (Minister of Employment and Immigration) v Chiarelli (1992)
Suresh v Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) (2002)
In this podcast, we will consider the different types of status that may be held by an individual in Canada – Citizen, Permanent Resident, and Foreign National. We will begin a preliminary examination of the effect a different status can make on one’s rights, which shall be expanded upon throughout the course.
Chen v Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) (2001)
Langer v Canada(Minister of Employment and Immigration) (1995)
Romans v Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration) (2001)
This episode is a continuation of the discussion of open boarders from the previous podcast. We will focus on the writings of Catherine Dauvergne and Donald Galloway.
In this podcast, we will consider some of the theories of state sovereignty and the arguments for and against open boarders. This topic will span two podcasts. The first will focus on the writings of Carens and Walzer.
This is the first podcast in Canadian Immigration and refugee law. We begin by considering the historical evolution of immigration within Canada and then turn to some early immigration cases to consider the role that racism played in the immigration process.
Union Colliery Co v Bryden (1899)
Quong Wing v the King (1914)
Canada v Singh
re Munshi Singh (1914)
Mack v Canada (AG) (2002)
Janet Dench, “A Hundred Years of Imm to Canada 1900-1999: A Chronology focusing on refugees and discrimination” (2000). (Online, http://www.web.net/~ccr/history.html)