Also available in print: KE4454 .F68 2018 LAW (Reserve).
This title is part of the WORKING WITH THE LAW series.
To account for the fluid nature of Canada’s immigration, refugee, and citizenship systems, this text references legislation, regulations, and websites that readers can refer to as the law evolves in the future.
Also available in print: KE445 A45 2020 LAW (Reserve).
This text explores the current state of Canada’s evolving immigration system, surveyed in historic, social, and comparative contexts. Authored by Canada’s leading scholars in the field, this casebook equips students with the key building blocks of immigration, refugee, and citizenship law. Each chapter presents a multi-faceted approach to the subject, including insightful commentary on race, gender, and class.