The Women’s Court of Canada has a new website

The Women’s Court of Canada is a group of lawyers, academics and activists who have rewritten Supreme Court of Canada decisions in the spirit of substantive equality.

The WCC has launched a new website featuring their judgements, providing resources, and highlighting feminist organizations.

The site also features a blog where members comment on current cases and legislation.

We blogged about the WCC last summer when Laura interviewed WCC member Jennifer Koshan. You can listen to their conversation on the WCC and about Newfoundland vs. NAPE here (to download audio, right click arrow icon and select “Save link as”).

The Women’s Law Forum of the University of Alberta hosted the  WCC last year. You can listen to the panel presentation, which featured Gwen Brodsky, Sharon McIvor and Melina Buckley, as well as Koshan, here.

Congratulations on the new site, WCC!

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