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The author examines the extent to which the traditional interpretation model accounts for all the interpretative approaches performed in practice by Canadian lawyers in recent years. The author argues that these assumption regularly depart from the model whose main objective is the discovery of the historical intention of the legislature. The author subscribes to a more scalable model of interpretation that, while accounting for the explanatory relevance of the traditional model, reflects the pragmatic aspects, constraints that interact in a decision. 

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