Constance Rachelle Glube was born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada back in 1931 to Samuel and Pearl. She attended McGill University graduating for a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1952. She continued her education graduating with a Law Degree from the Dalhousie Law School, being called to the bar in 1956.
She was serving in the Court of Appeals when she heard a case involving the Westray Mine disaster. Ruling in 1992, that the inquiry was unconstitutional as she viewed it as a criminal investigation that would force deponents to incriminate themselves. Her ruling was overturned by the Nova Scotia Court of Appeals in 1993, however the delay caused all the charges to go through the court system first. She died in 2016, she was 84.
What you may not know about Constance is that she was the 21st, Chief Justice of Nova Scotia, and the first female Chief Justice in Canada.
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