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    • "Free" to Express: Media Rights and Broadcasting Policy in Canada and the United States 

      Augustinavicius, Petras (University of Waterloo, 2017-08-23)
      Broadcasters occupy a unique space in Canadian and American societies. These actors are supposed to be able to inform, enlighten, and entertain Canadians and Americans alike. Moreover, both the Canadian Charter of Rights ...
    • Manifesting Belief in Canadian Law: What is 'Freedom of Conscience'? 

      Bergman, Gwyneth (University of Waterloo, 2016-08-19)
      Of all the freedoms articulated within the Canadian Charter, the least defined continues to be freedom of conscience. Discussions of this freedom within the secondary literature have been relatively superficial, and, to ...
    • Politics of Fear: Unitary Bias of a Federal Design in Nepal 

      Jnawali, Hari Har (University of Waterloo, 2018-08-16)
      This thesis explores the reasons that have led the framers of the constitution to centralize powers in the federal government of Nepal, despite claims for accommodation by its minority groups. It contends that the centralized ...


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