2011 SCC 20
Faculty of Law Research and Commentary discussing Ontario (AG) v Fraser
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Brian Langille and Benjamin Oliphant, “The legal structure of freedom of association,” (2014) 40 Queen’s LJ 249.
Brian Langille and Benjamin Oliphant, “From the frying pan into the fire: Fraser and the shift from international law to international “thought” in Charter cases,” (2012) 16 Can Lab & Emp LJ 181-232.
Brian Langille, “Squaring the circle,” (March 2012) 21 National No.2, 22-25.
Brian Langille, “Why the right-freedom distinction matters to labour lawyers – and to all Canadians,” (Spring 2011) 23 Dalhousie LJ 143.
|08/18/2009||Appellant Factum – Attorney General of Ontario|
|10/12/2009||Respondent Factum – Michael J Fraser et al Part I, Part II, Part III|
|10/27/2009||Appellant Reply Factum – Attorney General of Ontario|
|11/23/2009||Intervener Factum – Attorney General of Alberta|
|11/20/2009||Intervener Factum – Attorney General of British Columbia|
|11/23/2009||Intervener Factum – Attorney General of Canada|
|11/17/2009||Intervener Factum – Attorney General of New Brunswick|
|11/20/2009||Intervener Factum – CCLA Part I and CCLA Part II|
|11/20/2009||Intervener Factum – Justicia for Migrant Workers and Industrial Accident Victims Group of Ontario|
|11/23/2009||Intervener Factum – Mounted Police Legal Fund|
|11/20/2009||Intervener Factum – Federally Regulated Employers – Transportation and Communications|
|09/16/2009||Intervener Factum – Ontario Federation of Agriculture|
|11/23/2009||Intervener Factum – Canadian Police Association|
|11/23/2009||Intervener Factum – Canadian Employers Council|