"A. G. of Canada vs. Lavell - Isaac vs Bedard"
It was on the day of February 22, 1973, when the Supreme Court of Ontario convened to review two cases brought forth from the Federal Court of Appeal, concerning the rights of two Aboriginal women. This case not only brought an issue of human rights to center stage, it dragged with it the idea that the Canadian Constitution embodied some blurred or contradictive values. Jeannette Vivian Corbiere Lavell and Yvonne Bedard, both born as North American Indians and acting as respondents, were summoned to present their cases to the Court. The claim was that:
The provisions of s. 12(1)(b) of t…
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