12 janvier 2018
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Is it true that the Omar Khadr deal saved Canada millions? (Toronto Star)
This article mentions a blog post written by Craig Forcese, Faculty of Law, concerning the Omar Khadr settlement of $10.5 million.

Procès de Lac-Mégantic : la Couronne s'est trompée de cible, selon une experte (Radio-Canada)
Jennifer Quaid, Faculté de droit, discute du Procès de Lac-Mégantic.

French language still needs protection, Quebec Court of Appeal rules (The Lawyer's Daily)
David Robitaille, Faculty of Law, comments on the vulnerability of the French language in Quebec and it's need of protection.

Canadians asked to weigh in on justice reforms (Fort Frances Times)
Carissima Mathen, Faculty of Law, comments on the Justice Department asking Canadians to think beyond their preconceived notions about crimes, as the Liberal government readies long-promised reforms to the criminal justice system.

La motion sur le «bonjour-hi» inquiète un défenseur des droits linguistiques (Le Devoir)
David Robitaille, Faculté de droit, discute des répercussions légales de l'adoption de la motion du « bonjour-hi ».


 

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Vendredi, Janvier 12, 2018
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