Table of Contents
All children are vulnerable; we know that. But some children face greater challenges than others, and the law can help these especially vulnerable little ones.
Different countries have different ideas about when children should face criminal responsibility for their actions. Where does Canada stand?
Egon Jonsson, Amy Salmon, and Kenneth R. Warren
The 2013 First International Conference on Prevention of FASD issued a Charter and a call for urgent action.
Two Aboriginal families in Ontario recently withdrew their children from chemotherapy. Should traditional Aboriginal medicine take precedence over western medicine?
The task of protecting transgender youth in schools has begun.
Some 10 to 20% of pirates captured in the Indian Ocean are under 18. This poses huge legal, ethical and operational challenges.
An Alberta case of a “Mr. Big” operation where undercover officers coerced a murder confession from a youth demonstrates the risk of these tactics.
Peter Bowal and Alexandra Brunet
The authority to perform weddings may be civil or religious and the laws about marriages vary only in small ways across the country.
Sometimes, the bride and groom don’t make it to the altar, and property they acquired together may cause even more grief!
As it turns out, there can be some significant differences when it comes to tax treatment!
Rob Frenette, O.N.B.
Human Rights Law
The Role of the Organization of American States in Canadian Human Rights Law
Unilateral Relocations – Don’t Do it!
Mandatory Retirement: Not so Fast!
Peter Bowal and Logan Melville
The Best Interests of the Aboriginal Child
Is it Time for Oversight of Social Investments?
A Famous Case Revisited
When Free Trade is Not Free: the Abitibi Case
Peter Bowal and Christopher Tang
Law and Literature
The Contemporary Progressive Political Novel: The Rotter’s Club