1 septembre 2017
Summary: 

Feds Don't Want You To Know About Safer Tobacco Products (HuffPost Canada)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, explains that the adoption of Bill S-5 to amend Canada's Tobacco Act will "make it illegal for a company to tell smokers that lower-risk products are, well, lower risk."

Le problème et la solution pour cesser de fumer (Le Droit)
David Sweanor, Faculté de droit, invite le gouvernement fédéral à remplacer une approche anti-tabac basée sur la punition et la honte par un moyen qui permette un réel abandon.

Digital property rights complicate NAFTA talks (The Christian Science Monitor)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, comments on the digital property rights debate concerning the NAFTA renegotiation and argues that Canada should loosen NAFTA’s intellectual property clauses.

Inside Ottawa's crackdown on small business tax loopholes (MSN)
Vern Krishna, Faculty of Law, shares his thoughts on the “fairness” of the federal government’s latest small business tax reform proposals.


 

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Vendredi, Septembre 1, 2017
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