No. 64, January 2013
- The Persons Case and the living tree theory of constitutional interpretation.
- The continual reinvention of section 15 of the Charter.
- The marriage of human rights codes and section 15 of the Charter in pursuit of equality: a case for greater separation in both theory and practice.
- Exploring inequities under the Indian Act.
- Still colonizing after all these years.
- The development of an aboriginal criminal justice system: the case of Elsipogtog.
- Moving beyond the prostitution reference: Bedford v. Canada.
- No shadows in the fog: personal reflections on the working to make the promise of equality a lived reality.
- Barriers to women's political participation in Canada.
- Neo-liberal crisis/social reproduction/gender implications.
- Equal parents, equal children: reforming Canada's parentage laws to recognize the completeness of women-led families.
- Commentaire d'arret - Girouard c Druet - peut-on acheter un condominium par courriel?