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RANKIN, Murray, Q.C., LL.B
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Current Member of The House of Commons - Victoria, British Columbia
Date of Birth (yyyy.mm.dd): 1950.01.25
Place of Birth: Belleville, Ontario, Canada
Profession | Occupation: Lawyer, professor of law
Contact Information
Language Preference: English
^ Parliamentary Address
Telephone: 613-996-2358
Fax: 613-952-1458
E-Mail: murray.rankin@parl.gc.ca
House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0A6
^ Constituency Address
Telephone: 250-363-3600 Fax: 250-363-8422
1057 Fort Street
Victoria, British Columbia
V8V 3K5
Federal Political Experience
Years of Service: 733 Days (2 years, 2 days)
^ House of Commons
ConstituencyPolitical Affiliation at ElectionDate of Election (yyyy.mm.dd)Result
Victoria, British Columbia New Democratic Party 2012.11.26
(By-Election)
Elected

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PartyTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
New Democratic Party 2012.11.26 -

^ Offices and Roles as a Parliamentarian
Critic

Area of ResponsibilityTerm (yyyy.mm.dd)
Pensions 2013.08.13 -
National Revenue 2013.01.17 -

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Selected Publications This bibliography includes books, chapters in books and journal articles written, edited, compiled or translated solely by the parliamentarian or with others.

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the following information. Should you find any errors or omissions, please contact us at the following e-mail address: parlinfo@parl.gc.ca

^ Sole Author Books

  • Alcan's Kemano Project : options and recommendations.
    [Victoria, B.C.] : [Kemano Steering Committee]; Oct. 1992. 127 p.

  • Freedom of information and the McMurtry letter : a response to provincial concerns : a research study prepared for the Canadian Bar Association.
    [Ottawa] : Canadian Bar Association; 1982. 64 p.

  • La liberté d'information et la lettre McMurtry : une réaction aux préocupations provinciales : un travail de recherche préparé pour l'Association du barreau canadien.
    [Ottawa] : Association du barreau canadien; 1982. 53 p.


Articles

  • The Access to Information Act 25 Years Later: Toward a New Generation of Access Rights in Canada.
    Canadian Journal of Administrative Law & Practice. 21(3): 323-59 Nov. 2008.

  • Andrew Petter, Q.C..
    The Advocate. 61(4): 493 July 2003.

  • The British Columbia Administrative Tribunals Act: Evaluating Reforms to the Standard of Review and Tribunals' Jurisdiction Over Constitutional Issues.
    Canadian journal of administrative law & practice. 18(2): 165-87 June 2005.

  • Burning barns and Keable: can a provincial crime inquiry probe the R.C.M.P.?.
    The Supreme Court law review. 1: 381-400 1980.

  • Business secrets across international borders: one aspect of the transborder data flow debate.
    Canadian business law journal. 10(2): 213-46 May 1985.

  • The cabinet and the agencies: toward accountability in British Columbia.
    University of British Columbia law review. 19(1): 25-71 Winter 1985.

  • Case comment: Ocean Port Hotel Limited v. B.C. (General Manager, Liquor Control).
    The Advocate. 57(5): 709-18 Sept. 1999.

  • Courts, boards and legislatures: a case comment on Ocean Port Hotel Limited v. B.C.
    The Advocate. 60(1): 63 Jan. 2002.

  • Dangerous moves: the law responds to the transportation of dangerous goods.
    University of British Columbia law review. 24(2): 191-227 Summer 1990.

  • Economic incentives for environmental protection: some Canadian approaches.
    Journal of environmental law and practice. 1(3): 241-58 Aug. 1990.

  • The eyes have it: seeing justice in the law of bias.
    The Advocate. 56(5): 681 Sept. 1998.

  • National security: information, accountability, and the Canadian Security Intelligence Service.
    The University of Toronto law journal. 36(3): 249-85 Summer 1986.

  • Offshore oil and gas and coastal British Columbia: the legal framework.
    The Advocate. 62(4): 497 July 2004.

  • Privacy & technology: a Canadian perspective.
    Alberta law review. 22(3): 323-47 Summer 1984.

  • Private-sector privacy comes to British Columbia.
    The Advocate. 62(1): 17 Jan. 2004.

  • The Supreme Court of Canada and the international uranium cartel: Gulf oil and Canadian sovereignty.
    The Supreme Court law review. 2: 411-30 1981.

  • The new Access to Information and Privacy Act: a critical annotation.
    Ottawa law review. 15(1): 1-37 Winter 1983.

  • 'Work product information' and federal privacy laws: while not particularly complex, there is still no real clarity on the issue under PIPEDA.
    Canadian lawyer. 32(9): 36 Sept. 2008.


^ Sole Editor / Compiler / Translator Books

  • Administrative law : a treatise / Rene Dussault and Louis Borgeat ; translated by Murray Rankin. 2nd ed.
    Toronto : Carswell; 1985. 5 v.


^ Multiple Authors Articles

  • Constitutional law - a new basis for screening constitutional questions under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms - prejudging the evidence?. Rankin, Murray and Andrew J. Roman
    The Canadian bar review. 66(2): 365-89 June 1987.

  • The enforcement of environmental law: taking the environment seriously. Rankin, Murray and Peter Finkle
    University of British Columbia law review. 17(1): 35-7 Winter 1983.

  • Regulatory reform in the British Columbia petroleum industry : the Oil and Gas Commission. Rankin, Murray, Sandy Carpenter, Patricia Burchmore and Christopher Jones
    Alberta law review. 38(1): 143-69 June 2000.

  • Unemployment insurance: a policy dilemma. Rankin, Murray and Kip Wiese
    Queen's law journal. 10(1): 85-108 Fall 1984.


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