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Hogg's Constitutional Law of Canada

Constitutional Law Of Canada 2007 - Peter W. Hogg

This is the definitive work on the Canadian Constitution and the secondary text most likely to be cited by judges in making decisions.  It is where lawyers go to look up constitutional law when they don't want to look it up for itself.  It's as good a secondary text on an aspect of law as exists in the Canadian legal environment and useful for any lawyer having to deal with constitutional issues or any law student.

Personally, I think that Canadian Constitutional lawyer is the dullest subject ever invented by human beings (if you exclude the Charter stuff), but this work is where its at, if you like this sort of thing.