CJWL

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CJWLCanadian Journal of Women and the Law
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Marlee Kline, "Child Welfare Law, 'Best Interests of the Child' Ideology, and First Nations" (1992) 30:2 Osgoode Hall LJ 375 [Kline, "Child Welfare Law"]; Patricia A Monture, "A Vicious Circle: Child Welfare Law and the First Nations" (1989-90) 3 CJWL 1.
ca> (discussing one of the most recent Canadian studies indicating that victims of sexual assault lack faith in the judicial system and that this is a common reason why they do not report the abuse); See also Bruce Feldthusen, Olena Hankivsky 8c Lorraine Greaves, "Therapeutic Consequences of Civil Actions for Damages and Compensation Claims by Victims of Sexual Abuse" (2000) 12 CJWL 66.
For additional discussion about the Act's shortcomings vis-a-vis queer communities, see the list of sources in Alana Cattapan, "Rhetoric and Reality: 'Protecting' Women in Canadian Public Policy on Assisted Human Reproduction" (2013) 25:2 CJWL 202 at 206, n 17 [Cattapan, "Rhetoric and Reality"].
For an alternative version of this decision that considers adverse effects discrimination on the basis of sex, see Denise Reaume, "Law v Canada" [2006] 1 WCR 147, (2006) 18 CJWL 143 at 147 (Women's Court of Canada).
See also Cecilia Morgan, '"An Embarrassingly and Severely Masculine Atmosphere': Women, Gender and the Legal Profession at Osgoode Hall, 1920s-1960s" (1996) 11:2 CJWL 19 at 21.
Juliet Guichon, Ian Mitchell & Christopher Doig, "Assisted Human Reproduction in Common Law Canada After the Supreme Court of Canada Reference: Moving Beyond Regulation by Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons" (2013) 25:2 CJWL 315.
See Hester Lessard, "Mothers, Fathers, and Naming: Reflections on the Law Equality Framework and Trociuk v British Columbia (Attorney General)" (2004) 16:1 CJWL 165.
Radha Jhappan, "The Equality Pit or the Rehabilitation of Justice" (1998) 10 CJWL 60.
q=shield-becomes-sword-expansion-ameliorative-program-defence- programs-support-persons-disabilities>; Kerri Froc, "Constitutional Coalescence: Substantive Equality as a Principle of Fundamental Justice" (2010-12) 42 Ottawa L Rev 411; Radha Jhappan, "The Equality Pit or the Rehabilitation of Justice" (1998) 10 CJWL 60; Marie-Eve Sylvestre, "The Redistributive Potential of Section 7 of the Charter: Incorporating Socio-economic Context in Criminal Law and in the Adjudication of Rights" (2010-11) 42 Ottawa L Rev 389.
19) Patricia Monture-Angus, "Women and Risk: Aboriginal Women, Colonialism, and Correctional Practice" (1999) 19:1-2 Can Woman Studies 24; Fran Sugar & Lana Fox, "Nistum Peyako Seht'wawin Iskwewak: Breaking Chains" (1990) 3:2 CJWL 465.
Lon L Fuller, "The Case of the Speluncean Explorers" (1949) 62:4 Harv L Rev 616; Peter Suber, The Case of the Speluncean Explorers: Nine New Opinions (New York: Routledge, 1998); Special Issue: Rewriting Equality, (2006) 18:1 CJWL 1).
See also Ruthy Lazar, "Negotiating Sex: The Legal Construct of Consent in Cases of Wife Rape in Ontario, Canada" (2010) 22:2 CJWL 329 at 361 [Lazar]; Jennifer Koshan, The Legal Treatment of Marital Rape and Women's Equality: An Analysis of the Canadian Experience (Ottawa: The Equality Effect, 2010) at 30.