Discrimination and the Law (ProView online)


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Original Edition by Mr. Justice Walter Tarnopolsky

Revised by William Pentney

Contributing Editor: John D. Gardner

A comprehensive review of human rights issues. This valuable reference tool contains

  • a legal history of discrimination in Canada
  • definitions of discrimination and affirmative action
  • an exhaustive analysis of case law – from every board of inquiry, tribunal or court, including illuminating comparisons to British and American practice
  • practical insights into the administration and enforcement of human rights legislation.

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Labor and Employment Law


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