There is a case currently taking place where a man holds a dual citizenship (pakistan & Canadian) but was not born in pakistan and never lived there, but the government wants to revoke his canadian citizenship and send him to pakistan because he committed a crime. This is a retrospective law (committed a crime when it wasn"t a crime). So to answer my question; if i commit a crime, canada has the right to send me to poland and revoke my canadian citizenship. Canada no longer changes its mind on deporting an individual if the country to which they are being sent will torture them or punish them through death sentence. Blue dot (this is currently being attempted) there should be environmental rights entrenched in the canadian charter. Two theorists with different approaches to judicial review: Alexander bickel and dworkin spend time advancing arguments that they later reject.