Bertha Wilson, justice, Supreme Court of Canada, Democratic Intellect, individual, Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, human dignity
I shall attempt to share with you the impression I have of Judge Wilson's conception of the individual. I will try to present a general view of what occurred to me as I went through the opinions she wrote while at the Supreme Court of Canada, alone or with the assent of her colleagues, dissenting or in agreement with the majority.' I shall try to put together, as honestly as possible, what she explicitly said on the subject in question.
Danielle Pinard, "The Constituents of Democracy: The Individual in the Work of Madame Justice Wilson" (1992) 15:1 Dal LJ 81.