12 décembre 2016
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Canada leads charge to force Internet giants to support more localized content (The Globe and Mail)
Michael Geist, Common Law Section, Faculty of Law, discusses possible outcomes of the public consultations regarding Canadian content in the digital industry.

'My stomach dropped': Artist discovers 'stolen' work on shirts being sold at Winners (CBC News)
Teresa Scassa, Common Law Section, Faculty of Law, explains secondary infringement and how it pertains to the use of an artist's work in the fashion industry.

Tapping into a national water strategy: Collenette (Toronto Star)
Penny Collenette, Common Law Section, Faculty of Law, comments on the recent protests in North America and the need for a national water strategy in Canada.

We can't build pipelines and meet our climate goals (Macleans)
Nathalie Chalifour, Common Law Section, Faculty of Law, outlines the legal authority of the federal government to pursue pan-Canadian climate change policies, with or without the provinces’ consent.

Maclean's on the Hill: Electoral reform, Viola Desmond, Joe Biden (Macleans)
Constance Backhouse, Common Law Section, Faculty of Law, highlights the history and impact of Viola Desmond, as she is chosen as the face for Canada’s new $10 bill. 

Universal pharmacare will cut costs and save lives (Troy Media)
Colleen Flood, Common Law Section, Faculty of Law, outlines the similarities between Canadian and American health insurance systems when it comes to prescription drug coverage. 

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Lundi, Décembre 12, 2016
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