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1 In 1999, Robert Tranchemontagne and Norman Werbeski applied for long-term income support under the Ontario Disability Support Program Act (ODSPA). At the time, they were receiving financial support under the Ontario Works Program, which provides lower financial assistance and requires its recipients to pursue employment. Their applications for support were rejected by the director of ODSPA because they were suffering from alcohol and drug dependence. Section 5(2) of the ODSPA establishes that those whose disability and “only substantial restriction in activities of daily living” is due to depen- 36 dence on drug and alcohol (members of the “sole impairment group”) should not be given assistance under ODSPA.
C. : Summary of the decision of the Court of Appeal of Quebec. 2010. 5 Ibid. 6 R. v. C. Supreme Court). 7 R. v. Parenteau, 2010 ONSC 1500. All quotes in this article are translations from French. 8 R. v. R. 371. 9 R. v. Mercier, 2011 QCCQ 198. All quotes in this article are translated from French. 10 R v. Pottelberg, 2010 ONSC 5756. 11 No first name noted in decision. 12 R v. Williams, 2003 SCC 41. 13 R v. C. (3d) 1. 14 T. Blais, “HIV-risky sex earns man three years in slammer,” The Edmonton Sun, 14 August 2010, p.
S. S. cases are available in AIDS Policy & Law and in Lesbian/Gay Law Notes. ca), senior policy analyst at the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network and editor of this section. Except where otherwise noted, the articles in this section were written by Mr. Golichenko. 1 The judge agreed with the board’s contention that regulations barring HIV-infected civil servants superseded a four-year-old law that protects VO L U M E 1 5 , N U M B E R 2, AP RIL 2011 people living with the virus from employer discrimination.
A Law Unto Itself by David Burnham