Judicial Independence in Canada: A Critical Overview
In Canada, judicial independence is broadly understood as a fundamental principle underlying the constitution. The specific norms that give life to this general principle form a highly complex patchwork of rules and practices which range from unwritten political understandings to constitutionally entrenched legal provisions. The complexity of this patchwork is partly due to a federal structure having been superimposed onto pre-existing constitutional arrangements, the fundamentals of which are largely unwritten.
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