1-7 décembre 2018
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Feds to let court decide on releasing cabinet secrets to Norman lawyers (Ottawa Citizen)
Yan Campagnolo, Common Law Section, comments on the criminal case against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman who is seeking access to thousands of secret government documents.

How to grow the economy while also protecting the environment (Maclean’s)
Stewart Elgie, Common Law Section, and Mike Moffatt, both from the Smart Prosperity Institute, write about how to grow the economy while also protecting the environment.

The world's disturbing inaction as the Genocide Convention turns 70 (The Conversation CA)
Allan Rock, President Emeritus and Professor of Law, writes about the world's disturbing inaction as the Genocide Convention turns 70.

Harper's approval needed to release some files requested in Norman case (National Post)
Yan Campagnolo, Common Law Section, comments on the criminal case against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman who is seeking access to thousands of secret government documents.
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Dates of destiny for Theresa May and Nancy Pelosi (Toronto Star)
Penny Collenette, Common Law Section, writes about Theresa May's and Nancy Pelosi's destiny.

Ottawa planning larger effort to safeguard 2019 election (Toronto Star)
Michael Pal, Common Law Section, comments on the Canadian government plan to push to protect the integrity of the 2019 federal election against foreign meddling.
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Larocque: On French Language Services, Ontario can learn from Ireland (Ottawa Citizen)
François Larocque, Common Law Section, writes about how Ontario can learn from Ireland regarding French language services.

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Mardi, Décembre 4, 2018
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