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Uncertain Justice: Canadian Women and Capital Punishment, 1754-1953

by F. Murray Greenwood & Beverley Boissery Dundurn (October 01, 2000)

An exposition of the patriarchal values that lie at the core of criminal law, and the class and gender biases that permeate its procedures and applications.


Drop Dead

by Lorna Poplak Dundurn (July 29, 2017)

  • The history of hanging in Canada is jam-packed with fascinating stories and colourful personalities including Thomas D’Arcy McGee, the only federal politician ever assassinated in Canada; Louis Riel, hanged...


Deadly Encounters: True Crime Stories of Alberta

by Barbara Smith Dundurn (July 01, 1994)

Eight intriguing Alberta crimes are dramatically presented in this well-researched book.


Canada's Big House: The Dark History of the Kingston Penitentiary

by Peter H. Hennessy Dundurn (October 01, 1999)

The story of Kingston Penitentiary's rapid descent from puritanical purpose to merely punitive management.


Youth and the Law

by Daniel J. Baum Dundurn (January 20, 2014)

What's the law? What does it mean? If the law is broken, especially criminal law, there may be a penalty. But who makes the law? How can the government draw lines in imposing individual responsibility? This...


Hard Lessons: The Mine Mill Union in the Canadian Labour Movement

by Dieter K. Buse, Peter Suschnigg & Mercedes Steedman Dundurn (May 01, 1995)

This book brings together the voices of contemporary labour leaders, activists, old timers, and academics to discuss the first hundred years of the Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Union.


Life or Death: A Matter of Choice?

by Daniel J. Baum Dundurn (August 22, 2015)

Our bodies are ours to control, free from state interference - or so it would seem from the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. But how is this principle really applied? This is the question that legal expert Daniel...


Crime Scene Investigations

by Daniel J. Baum Dundurn (January 19, 2015)

Police investigations can become legal minefields. Crime Scene Investigations is a clear guide to the powers and limitations of law enforcement officials. From the right to a lawyer's advice, to privacy law...


Understanding Canadian Law Three-Book Bundle

by Daniel J. Baum Dundurn (January 23, 2015)

Daniel Baum's guides to Canadian law have become essential legal guides for topics ranging from young offenders to first responders. Whether for law professionals of citizens who need to understand their legal...


Tilted

by Steven Skurka Dundurn (October 20, 2011)

With the advent of Conrad Black’s new appeal, Steven Skurka is back to deliver a thorough, in-depth account of the controversial businessman’s legal difficulties.

It was the trial that captivated observers...


The Nurses Are Innocent

by Gavin Hamilton Dundurn (November 05, 2011)

Gavin Hamilton’s research shows that a toxin found in natural rubber might well have been the culprit in the 43 babies’ deaths at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children in 1980–81.

In 1980-81, 43 babies...