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Bilingualism and diversity: The Supreme Court can — and should — have both

By François Larocque, Professor, Research Chair in Language Rights, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section | Professeur, Chaire de recherche Droits et enjeux linguistiques, Faculté de droit, Section de common law, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa
Stéphanie Chouinard, Professeure de science politique, Queen's University, Ontario
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Pitting the representation of historically marginalized groups on the Supreme Court against another constitutionally protected minority — Canada's francophones — is a misguided race to the bottom.

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