Quebec’s Irredentist Designs on Labrador


Some of you might be interested in my piece in the latest issue of the Dorchester Review on the Labrador Boundary Dispute, Quebec’s continuing irredentist designs on the territory, and the story of the most recent constitutional amendment passed under the Section 43 Amending Procedure, the Constitution Amendment, 2001 (Newfoundland and Labrador). A

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About J.W.J. Bowden

My area of academic expertise lies in Canadian political institutions, especially the Crown, political executive, and conventions of Responsible Government; since 2011, I have made a valuable contribution to the scholarship by having been published and cited extensively in my field. I’m also a contributing editor to the Dorchester Review and a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law.
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3 Responses to Quebec’s Irredentist Designs on Labrador

  1. Rand Dyck says:

    This should settle it once and for all!!! Perhaps the JCPC was mistaken in 1927, but that decision has been repeatedly constitutionalized since then. Well done!

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  2. Rand Dyck says:

    I can’t seem to access it.
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