5 J.L. & Equal. [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/jleq5 and id is 1 raw text is: University of Toronto

Journal of Law & Equality
Equality: The Heart of a Just Society
Lorraine Weinrib
In The Beginning... : The Origins                         13
of Section 15 of the Charter
B. L. Strayer
The Making of Section 15 of the Charter                  25
Mary Dawson, Q.C.
The Adoption of Section 15: Origins and Aspirations     39
Doris Anderson
Section 15: The Next Twenty Years                         47
Mary Eberts
Equality's Nemesis?                                       57
Beverley Baines
Equality Rights and the Relevance of Comparator Groups   81
Sophia Reibetanz Moreau
Secrets of the Lavender Mafia:                            97
Personal Reflections on Social Activism and the Charter
Douglas Elliott
The Invisibility of Race in Section 15: Why Section 15 of the  125
Charter Has Not Done More to Promote Racial Equality
Julie Jai and Joseph Cheng

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