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A Review of the Issues

Multiculturalism and the Human Rights System

251. File, Gaps in Obtaining Justice. 252 Ibid.

253. Ibid.

254. Etherington, Review of Multiculturalism; and Errol Mendes, Complaint and Redress, at chapter two. 255. Etherington, Review of Multiculturalism.

256 Mendes, Complaint and Redress.

257. Ibid.

258. Ibid; J.S. Frideres and Willima Reeves, "The Resolution of Complaints Based on Race and Origin: The Canadian Human Rights Commission," in Minorities and the Canadian State (Mosaic Press, 1985), at 150-151; and Andree Cote and Lucie Lamonde, Discrimination et Commission des droits de la personne (Editions StMartin, 1988), at 36.

259. Cote and Lamonde, Discrimination et Commission, at 43.

260. File, Gaps in Obtaining Justice, at chapters six, seven, eight.

261. Mendes, Complaint and Redress. 262 Ibid.

263. Duryea and Grundison, Conflict and Culture, at 151.

264. Etherington, Review of Multiculturalism.

265. Ibid.

266. Sally Engle Merry, Getting Justice and Getting Even: Legal Consciousness Among Working Class Americans, (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990).

267. Mendes, Complaint and Redress.

268. Ibid.

269. Duryea and Grundison, Conflict and Culture, at xix.

270. Bhaduria v. Board of Governors of Seneca College, 124 D.L,R., (3d) 193 (1981).

271. Etherington, Review of Multiculturalism.

272. Mendes, Complaint and Redress.

273. Etherington, Review of Multiculturalism.

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