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by Andrew Heard

Author: Andrew Heard
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; First Edition edition (April 4, 1991)
Pages: 198 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
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Constitutional conventions also play an important role in the work of Parliament.

There are many of formal rules that govern Parliament. Constitutional conventions also play an important role in the work of Parliament.

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James Kelly, Concordia University. Heard is an expert in the field, and en route to becoming the expert, if he is not already. Jennifer Smith, Dalhousie University. Andrew Heard, associate professor, Department of Political Science, Simon Fraser University, held a Canadian Parliamentary Internship before obtaining his Master's from the London School of Economics, and P. from the University of Toronto.

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Books and proceedings. MLA. Tremblay, Guy. "ANDREW HEARD, Canadian Constitutional Conventions, The Marriage of Law and Politics, Toronto, Oxford University Press, 1991, 189 . ISBN 0-19-540719-9. Les Cahiers de droit, volume 32, number 3, 1991, p. 837–838. APA. Tremblay, G. (1991).

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Professional Appointments and Experience: Professor - Political Science Department, Simon Fraser University, from July 1992 to present. Constitutional Conventions and Written Constitutions: The Rule of Law Implications in Canada, (2015) 38 Dublin University Law Journal, N. Chief Electoral Officers and Election Commissioners: A Survey of Powers and Arrangements for the Administration and Enforcement of Electoral Law, in Richard Blasko and Gregory Tardi (ed., The Informed Citizens' Guide to Elections: Electioneering Based on the Rule of Law, Toronto: Carswell, 2015, 107-120.

Constitutional conventions are a very important set of informal rules which regulate political behaviour. The traditional method of viewing constitutional conventions is one which is based on historical precedent. They are laws which essentially ensure that legal powers work in some fashion other than the way the letter of the law requires or stipulates. They arise principally through political practice but rely essentially on a level of general agreement upon them. This is the fundamental characteristic of constitutional conventions. This approach was most explicitly formulated by Sir Ivor Jennings, a British constitutional writer.

This study provides the first comprehensive text offering insight into the nature of the conventional rules that work in the Canadian constitution. Heard deals with the principal conventions governing prerogative powers of the crown, cabinet decision making and administrative behavior, parliament and provincial legislatures, federalism and federal provincial relations, the judiciary, and foreign relations.