Author Archives: Kathleen Mahoney

About Kathleen Mahoney

F.R.S.C., LL.B. (University of British Columbia), LL.M. (University of Cambridge), Diploma, International Institute, Comparative Human Rights Law, (Strasbourg). Professor. Member of the Bar Associations and Law Societies of Alberta and Manitoba. Please click here for more information.

Keeping Faith Out of the Public Square: Is Calgary City Hall Offside?

By: Kathleen Mahoney PDF Version: Keeping Faith Out of the Public Square: Is Calgary City Hall Offside? Case Commented On: Mouvement laïque québécois v Saguenay (City), 2015 SCC 16 O God, author of all wisdom, knowledge and understanding. We ask … Continue reading

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Human Rights and Equality under Attack: The Difficult Challenge Ahead

By: Kathleen Mahoney PDF Version: Human Rights and Equality under Attack: The Difficult Challenge Ahead Human rights and equality discourse is under attack in many parts of the world. The assumption that equality is a social ideal has been hijacked, … Continue reading

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Bishop Tutu: His Challenge to the Legal Profession on the Morals and Ethics of Climate Change

By: Kathleen Mahoney PDF Version: Bishop Tutu: His Challenge to the Legal Profession on the Morals and Ethics of Climate Change Conference Commented On: As Long as the Rivers Flow: Coming Back to the Treaty Relationship in our Time, Fort … Continue reading

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The Indian Residential School Settlement: Is Reconciliation Possible?

PDF Version: The Indian Residential School Settlement: Is Reconciliation Possible? Matter considered: The Indian Residential School Settlement Being the Chief Negotiator for the Assembly of First Nations instigating and completing the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement, cannot be described in words. … Continue reading

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The Role of the “Noble Savage” in Environmental Social Activism

PDF version: The Role of the “Noble Savage” in Environmental Social Activism Context of discussion: Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipelines Project This blog is to discuss what I call the “The Role of the Noble Savage” in the pursuit of environmental … Continue reading

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