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Introduction: The doctrine of judicial deference has been a touchstone in Canadian administrative law for thirty-five years. Put simply, the doctrine recognizes that administrative officials have legitimate authority to interpret the law, which means that judicial review is warranted only if an...
Introduction: In 1984, Ernst Zundel, a commercial artist living in Toronto, was charged with two counts of spreading false news contrary to s. 181 (formerly s. 177) of the Criminal Code. Section 181 of the Criminal Code provides: Every one who wilfully publishes a statement, tale or news that he...
The Marc Hall Prom Predicament: Queer Individual Rights v. Institutional Church Rights in Canadian Public EducationDownload
In 2002 Marc Hall’s principal denied him permission to take his boyfriend to his Catholic high‐school prom. In examining the politicization of the ensuing prom predicament, we critique Catholicized education and what we perceive to be the Catholic Church’s efforts to privatize queerness as it...