9 J.L. & Equal. [iii] (2012)

handle is hein.journals/jleq9 and id is 1 raw text is: University of Toronto

Journal of Law & Equality
Human Rights Code v Charter: Implications of
Editors' Note                                               1
Twists and Turns and Seventeen Volumes of Evidence, or     5
How Procedural Developments Might Have Influenced
Substantive Human Rights Law
Lesli Bisgould
Prima Facie Discrimination: Is Tranchemontagne Consistent  33
with the Supreme Court of Canada's Human Rights Code
Benjamin Oliphant
Defending the Human Rights Codes from the Charter         67
Denise R6aume
At the Crossroads in Discrimination Law: How the Human    103
Rights Codes Overtook the Charter in Canadian
Government Services Cases
Claire Mumm6

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