Canadian Municipal and Planning Law


Craik, N. , Makuch, S. M. , & Liesk, S. . (2004). Canadian Municipal and Planning Law (2ndnd ed., p. 273). Thomas Carswell. Retrieved from


This is your key to a confident understanding of the structure, organization and authority of municipal and planning law in Canada. The book analyzes the purpose and role of municipal councils, courts and provincial agencies, giving you the basis for the interpretation of municipal legislation. It includes references to the planning and municipal statutes of a number of Canadian jurisdictions, keeping you abreast of the most current legislative developments in this area of law. This new edition is fully updated to reflect the changes and developments that have occurred over the last 20 years, and since the advent of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.


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