Rowe’s Supreme Court appointment shows bilingualism requirement not unreasonable

To read and listen to some of the commentary, one might have thought the prime minister had sent his headhunting committee on a quest for a unicorn.

There's no reason to expect that qualified Supreme Court judges who are bilingual cannot be found from any region in Canada, writes Chantal Hébert. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright


PUBLISHED : Monday, Oct. 31, 2016 12:00 AM

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