OTTAWA, July 2, 2002 ( – Supreme Court Justice Claire L’Heureux-Dubé, with a well deserved reputation as the court’s foremost radical feminist activist justice, retired from the Supreme Court yesterday.  Her future plans include numerous speaking engagements and a teaching post at the Université de Laval in Quebec City.

Many social conservatives in Canada have noted that Justice L’Heureux-Dubé has been ideological in her judgments, particularly on family issues and homosexuality.  Her personal bias was not concealed as she promoted homosexual unions in books and conferences.  See related LifeSite coverage:  FEMINIST SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CAUGHT LYING Canadian Supreme Court Justice Blasts Christianity   See the CBC coverage of her retirement:


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