12-16 novembre 2018
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Bill could allow convicted criminals on juries (Law Times)
Nathalie Des Rosiers, Common Law Section, comments on the Juries Act that can change juror eligibility.

Mark Power, à la défense des francophones minoritaires (ONFR)
L'avocat Mark Power a reçu, ce vendredi, le Prix Bastarache-Charron, décerné chaque année pour souligner le travail d'un membre de la communauté juridique francophone par l'Université d'Ottawa.

Devant les déboires de la Société ontarienne du cannabis, des magasins illégaux rouvrent leurs portes (Radio-Canada)
Nathalie Des Rosiers, Section de common law, discute des entreprises illégales de cannabis à Ottawa qui maintiennent leurs activités.

Remember constitutional fights? They're back, thanks to the federal carbon tax (TVO)
Carissima Mathen, Common Law Section, talks about the federal carbon tax.

FDA may target limiting or banning menthol cigarettes (Winston-Salem Journal) David Sweanor, Common Law Section, comments on the possibility of the FDA banning or limiting menthol cigarettes.

The future of tobacco control (Financial Express)
David Sweanor, Common Law Section, comments on tobacco use in India and the business opportunities that are available for nicotine delivery, particularly if the country is interested in moving away from the toxic delivery systems that exist today.

Release Date: 
Mercredi, Novembre 14, 2018
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