Canada’s transgender community needs and deserves full human rights protection.
Volume 41-3 Jan/Feb 2017
Table of Contents
It’s Time to Enshrine the Rights and Protections of Transgender Canadians
Senator Grant Mitchell
A Bill presently before the Senate of Canada will deliver long-awaited protections for Canada’s transgender community.
Transgender Protection in Provincial Human Rights Codes
Peter Bowal and Sydney Smith
Supporting Transgender People in the Workplace
In Alberta employers must protect against discrimination and harassment based on gender identity.
Canada is Working to Create Inclusive Environments for Transgender Athletes
A guidance document by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport sets out an overall philosophy of full inclusion in developmental and recreational sport.
Scrutinizing the Bench: Judicial Appointments in Canada, and England and Wales
Canada’s judicial system is modelled on the United Kingdoms’ but there are differences in how we select our judges.
Continuing Education for Canadian Judges through the National Judicial Institute
Canadian Judges work hard to keep abreast of developments in the law, hone their courtroom skills and deepen their understanding of the people who come before them. They also share their expertise with judges around the world.
The Appointment of Supreme Court of Canada Justice Malcolm Rowe
Recently, a Question and Answer session introduced newly selected Justice Malcolm Rowe to invited participants, and through them, to the Canadian public.
When Will We See an Aboriginal Justice on the Supreme Court of Canada?
Canada’s aboriginal people are still without Supreme Court of Canada representation.
New Resources at CPLEA
A More Appropriate Name for British Columbia is “New West Lands Reserve.”
Lockdowns and Liberty
Cumulative Cause: Part 1
What is Environmental Law and Why is it Hard to Understand?
Famous Cases: Whatever Happened to…
Peter Bowal and Kaiden McIntyre
The Story of Linda Gibbons
Human Rights Law
Human Rights and Poisoned Work Environments
Law and Literature
A Long Way from Plato
Keeping at Arm’s Length