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Canada 150

  • April 06, 2017

As the country celebrates its sesquicentennial, CBA National looks back on the legal milestones that marked Canada’s evolution from a young British colony to a mature nation. The great themes of Canadian history are all here – from wrestling with Quebec nationalism and defining aboriginal rights to becoming an independent country with laws that reflect our values as a modern society.

Aboriginal Law, Constitutional & Human Rights

Litigation Year In Review 2016

  • February 03, 2017

Litigation Year In Review 2016, by the Department of Justice, Canada.

Aboriginal Law, Civil Litigation, Constitutional & Human Rights and 5 more..., Criminal Justice, Environmental, Energy and Resources Law, Health Law, Immigration Law, Labour & Employment

Signing of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms 1982

  • June 26, 2015

It was on April 17, 1982, that Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau signed the Charter, thereby guaranteeing fundamental rights and freedoms for all Canadians. In honour of this milestone, the Canadian Bar Association introduced Law Day in 1983 as a means to commemorate the event and educate the public about the legal system.

Constitutional & Human Rights

Remarks by Fred Headon

Remarks by Fred Headon to the CBA National Constitutional & Human Rights Conference.

Constitutional & Human Rights