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Donald Morand

Donald Morand was a lawyer and justice for the Supreme Court of Ontario. In 1975 he oversaw a hearing of the Royal Commission into Metropolitan Toronto Police Practices. He ruled that in the case of the Brunswick Four the police had not used excessive force, and that the women had actually been abusive to the police.

Names Donald Morand (Main)
BE [n75.63] Donald Raymond Morand (altName)

BE [http://www.ontariocourts.ca/en/formerjudges/(http://goo.gl/IkJlLP)]

Related Pages https://lglc.ca/person/DMORA/
https://viaf.org/viaf/[48022890]/
Birth Date 1918
Death Date 1993
Occupations Judge, High Court of Justice Judicial
1975/04

https://lglc.ca/event/n75.63

Lawyer

Oral History: Mr. Justice Donald Morand 1987, 308 pages,” The Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History, n.d., https://www.osgoodesociety.ca/oral-history/donald-morand-1987/

Ombudsman Politician
1979 - 1984

Oral History: Mr. Justice Donald Morand 1987, 308 pages,” The Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History, n.d., https://www.osgoodesociety.ca/oral-history/donald-morand-1987/

Associated Organizations https://lglc.ca/organization/SCO/ (Member)
1975/04

BCE [n75.63]