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ROSEMARY DE CAIRES – Preamble News Release JUDICIAL REVIEW 2009 – JUDICIAL REVIEW• SPRING 2009 • POST SECONDARY INSTITUTIONS & THE HIGHER COURTS OF CANADA • SPONSORSHIP BY THE GOVERNMENT OF ...

ROSEMARY DE CAIRES – Preamble News Release JUDICIAL REVIEW 2009 – JUDICIAL REVIEW• SPRING 2009 • POST SECONDARY INSTITUTIONS & THE HIGHER COURTS OF CANADA • SPONSORSHIP BY THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA & THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO • CFS Canadian Federation Of Students • ProBono Law Students Canada • Canadian Federation of Alumni Students Presents

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  • 1. NEWS RELEASE SPRING 2009 PREAMBLE – NEWS RELEASE JUDICIAL REVIEW 2009 ONE STUDENT’S DISCIPLINARY CHALLENGES AND HOW SHE OVERCAME OBSTALCES OF A SYSTEMIC NATURE THROUGH TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS AT LAW. TO ALL ASSIGNMENT EDITORS/EDUCATION EDITORS For interim release JUDICIAL REVIEW SPRING 2009 JUDICIAL REVIEW• SPRING 2009 • POST-SECONDARY STUDENTS & THE SUPREME COURTS OF CANADA • REVIEW• SPONSORSHIP BY THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA & THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO • CFS Canadian Federation Of Students • ProBono Law Students Canada • Canadian Federation of Alumni Students Presents TRILLIUM 2010 TRILLIUM• SPRING 2010 • CHARTER CHALLENGES TO LAW AND LEGAL EDUCATION• CONSENT AND CAPACITY TRILLIUM• 2010 EDUCATION• LAW IN ONTARIO • SPONSORSHIP BY ATTORNEY GENERAL OF ONTARIO & ATTORNEY GENERAL OF CANADA • ONTARIO• Compliments of : Canadian Mental Health Association • Canadian Civil Liberties Association • Ontario Trillium Foundation • Gift of Life Foundation A star's shooting star star's hooting Posted By - Ontario Trillium Foundation- May 20, 2009 - 1 Comments Foundation- Reaction to our recent profile of Rosemary DeCaires CONTINUE... Spring 2009 of TRILLIUM report Posted By - PBLO ProBono Students Canada - May 22, 2009 - 12 Comments This is possibly more interesting than her detractors might have expected. She grew up as a child of privilege, living at one of the most prestigious addresses in the High Park Regionand attending one of the most pretentious all girls high schools in the early 1990s. However, from
  • 2. 2 the very start, Rosemary DeCaires was taught the importance of volunteering and serving the community. Today, those thoughts will be at the forefront when Rosemary rises to the table her first motion as a member of TRILLIUM, a motion that will call for a new national youth service policy and a new national youth service organization. June 10, 2009 marks a kickoff to the June 27, 2009 one year anniversary date into the TRILLIUM matter. Trillium's Transforming Lives Trillium's Posted By - Canadian Mental Health Association - April 30, 2009 - 10 Comments In this week’s feature (subscription anyone?) there are a few thousand words under this byline on an obscure named Rosemary DeCaires. At the end of our day together we sat down outside the UCLS for one of those “wide-ranging” chats and there was reference in that story to her attempt to explain whether she wants to be prime minister someday. In fairness, the question itself is a tad unfair. Or at least sort of unanswerable. But then it’s also been the central question of her public life since The Eulogy—the one thing everyone seems to want to know, or at least the question everyone assumes they already know the answer to. Anyway. As noted in the magazine piece, her answer ran just over 700 words. Verbatim it would have taken up just less than a page in the print edition. So here, in full, is her response. Make of it what you will. Continue… The de conundrum: Rosemary speaks conundrum: Posted By - Rosemary DeCaires - April 02, 2009 - 14 Comments The magazine would helpfully compile some of the nasty letters generated by this month’s DE DE profile. And yet, for all the spitting and fury, that piece is the second most read political story—after our interview withher—online next month. You despise her. But you can’t look away. Posts Tagged ‘Rosemary DeCaires’ DeCaires’ ‘A worthy daugher of her father’ 1951 ON landed a pioneer on an invitation from the Queen of England Posted By - CLA Civil Liberties Association - February 12, 2009 - 2 Comments Rosemary DeCaires isn’t due to propose a first preview of a report for another two weeks, but the CLA Canadian Civil Liberties Association was already displeased. Full press release—availably only en francais—after the jump. Continue…Was it the cold weather on March 12, 2009 or short notice for April 02, 2009 that let to the compromise by the CFS Canadian Federation Of Students Location: Upper Canada Law Society / Nathan Phillips Square Depth is no small matter in this case
  • 3. 3 Posted By - Canadian Federation of Students- January 06, 2009 - Comments Students- This week’s magazine piece—already the subject of several nasty letters to this writer—is now online. Note. Headline changed because it invited too many punch lines. Rosemary de Caires on Human rights Posted By - Canadian Civil Liberties Association - March 12, 2009 - 16 Comments The daughter of her favourite father considers the inaugural a new beginning for women alike. For the next few months, one of the most often spoken individuals will speak out not because she can affect our lives and world, but because her words can touch our souls. And we’ve never needed it more. Our readers see red over blue or green in Rosemary Posted By - McGill Daily - March 24, 2009 - 29 Comments After much speculation, Rosemary DeCaires is still in. Now what? CONTINUE...