A New Government, A New Relationship With the Courts

As the federal Liberals make the transition from third-party status to majority government, they face a daunting task. After nine years of Conservative rule, the landscape is littered with constitutionally suspect legislation, pending litigation and a battered relationship with the courts. Thus, while it seeks to make a mark on the economy, the environment and foreign affairs, the new government will also confront a multitude of action items not of its making. FULL ARTICLE