CFCYLCanadian Foundation for Children, Youth and the Law
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7 claim, the Court did not recognize that the first two principles asserted by the CFCYL were principles of fundamental justice.
The CFCYL was brought in to provide organizational leadership, (127) and the claim was heard by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in December 1999.
127) Durrant, "Violation", supra note 14 at 103; Covell & Howe, supra note 15 at 73; Cheryl Milne, staff counsel of the CFCYL and co-counsel for the applicant throughout the Canadian Foundation litigation (electronic correspondence with author: 24 April 2009); McGillivray & Milne, supra note 122 at 103.