Study of Canadian sexual assault cases deflates ‘statutory rape’ myth
A study of three years of Canadian case law involving sexual offences against adolescent girls from the ages of 12 to 17 demonstrated that men accused in these cases were, on average, 19 years older than the complainant. Almost half the girls reported sexual abuse by a male family member.
Dec 12, 2019
UBC experts comment on top court’s mandatory minimums ruling
The Supreme Court of Canada is set to announce its decision in Joseph Ryan Lloyd v. Her Majesty the Queen on Friday, April 15.
Apr 14, 2016