- Taylor, Lisa. 2003, June 26. “The Docket, Episode 7: The Invisible Disease – Chronic Pain.” CBC NewsWorld June 26, 2003.
- ONIWG. 2002, Dec. 5. “Media Release: Injured Workers Going To The Supreme Court Of Canada.”
- Rosenbaum, Pauline and Chadha, Ena. 2006. “Reconstructing Disability: Integrating Disability Theory into Section 15.” Supreme Court Law Review (2d) 33: 343-365
- Noonan, Joanna L. & Shannon L. Wagner. 2005. “Chronic Pain Compensation in Canada.” International Journal of Disability, Community & Rehabilitation</> 4(1)
- Chadha, Ena and Schatz, Laura. 2004. “Human Dignity and Economic Integrity for Persons with Disabilities: A Commentary on the Supreme Court’s Decision in Granovsky and Martin.” Journal of Law and Social Policy 19: 94 – 122.
Case commentary, by ARCH counsel for the intervener the Ontario Network of Injured Workers Groups, on how the unanimous Martin decision advances disability rights.
- Farago, Michael. 2004. “Martin v. Worker’s Compensation Board of Nova Scotia – What Does it Mean for Ontario?” Worker’s Compensation 8(2): 1-6.
Panel discussion on the decision by the lawyers for interveners Canadian Labour Congress and the Ontario Network of Injured Workers’ Groups, general counsel with the Office of the Employer Advisor
- MacKinnon, Mary. 2004. “Supreme Court in Martin: Chronic Pain Claims and Administrative Law Implications” (paper presented to the Thunder Bay Law Association CLE Conference, Oct.)
- Holder, Bill. 2003, Nov. 21. “ARCH and Client Win Important Case at Supreme Court of Canada” ARCH Alert 1-3.
Article, written by one of the lawyers representing ONIWG as intervener, endorses the Court’s finding that an individualized approach to disability is required by the Charter guarantee of equality
- Anand, Raj. 2003. “Update on Administrative Law” (paper presented to the 2003 Conference of Boards and Agencies, Nov. 7)
Includes discussion of this decision as reversing the Supreme Court’s opinion regarding administrative tribunals engaging in Charter determinations
- Schmitz, Christin. 2003. “SCC Bars Chronic-pain Exclusion from Worker Compensation Plans”. Lawyers Weekly 23(23): 1,14.
Analysis of the decision regarding the breach of equality rights (s.15) and the jurisdiction of administrative tribunals to apply the Charter
- Domise, Jennifer. 2003, Mar. “Chronic Pain Sufferers Have Their Day in Court.” Labour Studies Newsletter 2: 6.
First-hand account of the precedent setting case and the potential impact for injured workers
- Mantis, Steve. 2000. “Injured Workers at the Supreme Court of Canada”. IAVGO Reporting Service 16(3): 16-18.
Personal account by an injured worker of the hearing and arguments advanced