Human Rights

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Physician-Assisted Suicide: Drafting Memo for Parliament

Charter and Human Rights Litigation, 1912-1914

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The Awarding of Costs at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario?

Bill 147, Human Rights Code Amendment Act (Awarding of Costs), 2013 (“Bill 147”) has passed First Reading in the Ontario Legislature and, if enacted, could significantly alter the legal landscape as it relates to the litigation of human rights issues....

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The High Price of Age Discrimination

One of the most important issues facing employers today is the management of employees of the baby boomer generation who are nearing the end of their careers. Organizations need to consider their succession plans, while respecting the rights of senior...

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Polygamy: The Curious Case Of The Unrequited Reference

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Another Free Speech Precedent in Alberta

Charter and Human Rights Quarterly

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Canada’s First Ambassador to the Office of Religious Freedom

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The Protection of Freedom of Expression is not Just the Responsibility of the Courts

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COVID-19 Resources

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