McIvor v. Canada 2018

In the ongoing McIvor versus Canada case, these are the latest submissions from Canada, and Sharon McIvor.

As of May 2018:

For reference: (Snippet from the initial entry, posted: August 19, 2011)

For decades Aboriginal women in Canada have sought justice in the courts and remedial action by legislators in an effort to bring an end to the sex discrimination in the status registration provisions of the Indian Act, but they have not yet succeeded in securing full recognition of their rights. Sharon McIvor, an indigenous woman and successor to Jeannette Lavell and Yvonne Bédard, launched her sex equality challenge to the Indian Act in 1989, suing the federal government under s. 15 of the Charter… [Click here to see August 2011 entry in full.]

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