10-14 septembre 2018
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Why developments have legal experts scratching theirheads (CTV News Toronto)
Carissima Mathen and Michael Pal, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comment on the Ontario judge who declared that the new Progressive Conservative government's mid-election cuts to the size of Toronto's city council are unconstitutional because they violate freedom of expression rights.

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'A very serious matter': What is the notwithstanding clause? (CTV News Toronto)

Doug Ford says he'll invoke the 'notwithstanding' clause. Here's what you need to know about it (Toronto Star)
Carissima Mathen, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on Doug Ford's plan to invoke the 'notwithstanding' clause.

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Doug Ford's powers are not limitless - thanks to a system he neither understands nor values (The Globe and Mail)
Ontario Premier Doug Ford to invoke notwithstanding clause in fight to slash Toronto city council (Global News)

Copyright Brief: NAFTA copyright provisions still up in the air (iPolitics)
This article mentions a blog by Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, pertaining to NAFTA copyright provisions.

Toronto City Council Cuts (CBC Power & Politics)
Errol Mendes, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on Doug Ford's plan to invoke the 'notwithstanding' clause.

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Mardi, Septembre 11, 2018
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