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Reflections on Access to Justice by Ontario’s Francophone Visible Minorities

2008

Reflections on Access to Justice by Ontario’s Francophone Visible Minorities

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The issue of access to justice is critical in guaranteeing the sustainability of independent, impartial judicial system in a free and democratic country such as Canada. Yet can we speak of access to justice for Francophone visible minorities in Ontario, who constitute a minority within the minority? This article’s answer is affirmative and provides the criteria on which the right of access to justice for Ontario’s Francophone visible minority is based.

Dufresne, F., & Makropoulos, J. (2008). Reflections on access to justice by Ontario’s Francophone visible minorities. Canadian Issues, 55-58.

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