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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > March 2016 > Human Rights in Canada: A History

Human Rights in Canada: A History

Dominique Clément

Wilfrid Laurier University Press

If Canadian history were a rug, it would be marred by large lumps from the many less-than-wholesome subjects that have been swept underneath. Unafraid to peer under the rug at those unmentionable topics is Dominique Clément, an associate professor at the University of Alberta, who punctures the sanctified notion of Canada as a peaceable kingdom by exposing a legacy of repression and legally entrenched obstacles that prevent whole groups of people from enjoying the full fruits of citizenship.

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