- Tisa Keller (author); Doug King (thesis advisor); Mount Royal University Faculty of Arts (Degree granting institution)
- Date issued
- April 2021; April 2021
- Two decades have passed since section 718.2(e) of the Criminal Code of Canada was enacted and subsequently interpreted by the Supreme Court of Canada in the landmark case R v. Gladue (1999, 1 SCR 688). This section requires judges to consider the unique systemic and background factors of an Aboriginal offender during the sentencing process to establish a proportionate sentence, thereby emphasizing restorative justice. Since the Supreme Court’s judgement in Gladue, a special form of pre-sentence report, known as a Gladue Report, has emerged to provide a tailored, comprehensive assessment of an Indigenous offender’s circumstances to assist sentencing judges in complying with their statutory...
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- Undergraduate Student Research