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  • In this context, Mme Arbour is also referring to sustainable development of our civilization.

    Madame Arbour Returns to Canada : Law is Cool

  • Madame Arbour is perhaps best known in constitutional circles for her dissent in Gosselin v. Quebec, which would have given social and economic rights to Canadians.

    2009 April : Law is Cool

  • Despite the court’s decision to the contrary, Madame Arbour is still making the case for social and economic rights in the future of Canada.

    2009 April : Law is Cool

  • When she started, inmates worked in three areas: The prison vegetable garden, grounds maintenance and a small community nursery called Arbour Gro.

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  • The brief "Arbour" features piano and violin accompanying spoken passages from Woods.

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  • In May 2007, President Kabila approved the UN's mapping exercise when the then High Commissioner for Human Rights, Louise Arbour, and the head of MONUC, Ambassador William Lacy Swing, presented the proposal.

    Amb. Ileka Atoki: Justice for the Victims in Congo

  • Last week a second University of Michigan student was charged with soliciting prostitution online, after she arranged to meet an undercover agent at an Ann Arbour Motel.

    2009 January : Law is Cool

  • Brittany Chan was only 13 when the labels went after her, and she was a year older when they hired Krichbaum, of Ann Arbour, Michigan, to demand the US District Court of the Eastern District of Michigan appoint a Guardian ad Litem, in other words, an official legal guardian — which she definitely needed with the venal and corrupt labels trying to get her.

    RIAA punishes Brittany for resisting

  • "Fortunately because of the lights I can't see the looks of disappointment on your faces," Ms. Arbour joked.

    If Cross Bronx Is Jammed, Some Humor Never Hurts

  • Introduced by CNN newsman Wolf Blitzer as "a man that absolutely, positively needs no introduction," Louise Arbour , chief executive of the Crisis Group, came on stage in lieu of Mr. Clinton.

    If Cross Bronx Is Jammed, Some Humor Never Hurts

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