NAWL Brief to the Supreme Court of Canada in Gosselin v. Québec (Attorney General)

Posted 2001-05-23 in Presentations to Government

NAWL wishes to highlight aspects of the record that reveal the impact of the challenged section of the Social Aid Regulation on young women and men in the 18-30 age group, to underscore the specific ways in which the challenged provision put young women at risk, and to emphasize certain facts about the legislative context of the Regulation.

Court File No. 27418
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA

(On Appeal from the Court of Appeal for Québec)


BETWEEN:
LOUISE GOSSELIN
APPELLANT
and

LE PROCUREUR GÉNÉRAL DU QUÉBEC
RESPONDENT
and

ATTORNEY GENERAL OF ALBERTA
ATTORNEY GENERAL OF MANITOBA
ATTORNEY GENERAL OF NEW BRUNSWICK
ATTORNEY GENERAL OF ONTARIO
ATTORNEY GENERAL OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY
COMMISSION DES DROITS DE LA PERSONNE ET DE LA JEUNESSE
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN AND THE LAW
CHARTER COMMITTEE ON POVERTY ISSUES
INTERVENORS


FACTUM OF
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN AND THE LAW (NAWL)

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