Books written by Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History

Colour-coded

University of Toronto Press | December 15, 1999 | 485 pages
A richly textured narrative that seeks to capture the role played by the law in the definition of race and shoring up of racial repression in Canada.  More Info

Misconceptions

University of Toronto Press | September 30, 2007 | 258 pages
" In 1921, despite the passing of legislation intended to ease the consequences of illegitimacy for children (Children of Unmarried Parents Act), reformers in Ontario made no effort to improve the status of unwed mothers. Furthermore, the reforms that were passed served as models for legislation in... More Info