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Pregnancy as a “Personal Circumstance”? Miceli-Riggins and Canadian Equality Jurisprudence

Author: Mel Cousins Abstract This article examines the recent decision of the Federal Court of Appeal in Miceli-Riggins v Canada (Attorney General) as an example of the approach which Canadian courts are taking to the interpretation of section 15 of… Continue Reading →

Law Firm Partners and the Scope of Labour Laws

Authors: Brian Langille and Pnina Alon-Shenker Abstract In this article, we argue for purposive interpretation of statutory labour laws when issues of their “scope” or “range of application” arise. While this purposive approach has been rhetorically dominant, it often fails… Continue Reading →

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