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Winnipeg Child and Family Services v. G. (D.F.)

Winnipeg Child and Family Services v. G. (D.F.)

October 31. 1997 | Aboriginal Issues, LEAF Cases, Reproductive Freedom

A young Aboriginal woman, known as G., was ordered confined to a treatment centre because she was allegedly sniffing glue while pregnant with her fourth…

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R. v. Lewis

R. v. Lewis

October 08. 1996 | Freedom of Association, Freedom of Expression, LEAF Cases, Reproductive Freedom

In 1995, the British Columbia Legislature enacted the Access to Abortion Services Act (“Act”).  The Act, in general terms, creates access zones, colloquially called “bubble…

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R. v. Sullivan

R. v. Sullivan

March 21. 1991 | LEAF Cases, Reproductive Freedom

In 1991, LEAF intervened in this Supreme Court of Canada appeal by two midwives who were convicted of criminal negligence causing bodily harm to a…

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Daigle v. Tremblay

Daigle v. Tremblay

August 08. 1989 | LEAF Cases, Reproductive Freedom

Chantal Daigle and Jean-Guy Tremblay ended their relationship after five months of cohabitation.  The appellant, Daigle, was 18 weeks pregnant at the time of the…

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Borowski v. Canada (Attorney General)

Borowski v. Canada (Attorney General)

March 09. 1989 | LEAF Cases, Reproductive Freedom

Joe Borowski, an anti-choice activist, attacked the validity of sections 251(4), (5) and (6) of the Criminal Code (“CC”) relating to abortion on the ground…

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Baby R.

Baby R.

January 01. 1988 | Reproductive Freedom

After a mother refused to consent to a caesarian section, the Superintendent of Child Welfare (“Superintendent”) secured an order to apprehend her foetus several hours…

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