12 février 2018

Ottawa could offer incentives to get B.C. to relent on Trans Mountain (CBC News)
Carissima Mathen, Faculty of Law, explains that the federal government has always held the constitutional right to the final word on pipelines

Ont. Progressive Conservative platform in limbo as candidates rethink carbon tax (National Post)
Nathalie Chalifour, Faculty of Law, comments on the PC leadership candidates’ decisions to rethink the carbon tax.

Dating in the age of #MeToo (Ottawa Citizen)
Elizabeth Sheehy and Shirley Greenberg, Faculty of Law, share their thoughts on the #MeToo movement. The article also mentions research by Holly Johnson, Faculty of Social Sciences.,

Singh: Process 'failed' women who alleged inappropriate conduct by former NDP MP (CTV News Toronto)
This article mentions the independent investigation conducted by Michelle Flaherty, Faculty of Law, into allegations involving incidents of sexual nature.

New energy projects get two-year approval window under new assessment regime (Canadian Manufacturing)
Stewart Elgie, Faculty of Law, comments on the  new national assessment bill being introduced in the House of Commons.

Anti-Vaping Efforts Aided By 'Fawning' Media Are 'A National Disgrace' Putting Smokers' Lives At Risk (Daily Caller)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law shares his opinion on the anti-vaping efforts.


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Lundi, Février 12, 2018
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