Author Archives: Jennifer Koshan

About Jennifer Koshan

B.Sc., LL.B (Calgary), LL.M. (British Columbia). Professor. Member of the Alberta Bar. Please click here for more information.

The Enhanced Protection for Farm and Ranch Workers Act One Year Later

By: Jennifer Koshan PDF Version: The Enhanced Protection for Farm and Ranch Workers Act One Year Later Legislation Commented on: Bill 6, Enhanced Protection for Farm and Ranch Workers Act, 29th Legislature, 1st Session (2015-2016) It has been exactly one year … Continue reading

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This Fall’s Supreme Court Hearings – A Missing Voice for Human Rights

By: Jennifer Koshan PDF Version: This Fall’s Supreme Court Hearings – A Missing Voice for Human Rights Case Commented On: Brent Bish on behalf of Ian Stewart v. Elk Valley Coal Corporation, Cardinal River Operations, et al, SCC Case No 36636, … Continue reading

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Human Rights, the Charter, and Access to Justice

By: Jennifer Koshan PDF Version: Human Rights, the Charter, and Access to Justice Case Commented On: Canadian Human Rights Commission v. Canada (Attorney General), 2016 FCA 200 (CanLII) This summer, the Federal Court of Appeal upheld the ruling of the Canadian … Continue reading

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Section 7: Superhero, Mere Mortal or Villain?

By: Jennifer Koshan PDF Version: Section 7: Superhero, Mere Mortal or Villain? Comment On: Section 7 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Many people love superheroes. My favourite was always Spider-Man – he had the most interesting back story, … Continue reading

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“What Were They Thinking?” Condominiums, Oppressive Conduct and Human Rights

By: Jennifer Koshan PDF Version: “What Were They Thinking?” Condominiums, Oppressive Conduct and Human Rights Case commented on: Condominium Corporation No 072 9313 (Trails of Mill Creek) v Schultz, 2016 ABQB 338 (CanLII) I have commented a couple of times previously … Continue reading

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