13 décembre 2016
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How the Supreme Court can avoid turning the Web into a Wild West (The Globe and Mail)
In an Op-Ed, Michael Geist, Common Law Section, Faculty of Law, comments on the Supreme Court of Canada case of Google v. Equustek Solutions and the need to balance law and order and international jurisdiction on the Internet.

Muddling the climate issue: Ontario's auditor general misses the mark (Toronto Star)
In an Op-Ed, Stewart Elgie, Common Law Section, Faculty of Law, outlines the "factual flaws and the unbalanced analysis" of the Auditor General’s report on climate change.

Ottawa refugee conference looking at private settlement program (Metro News)
Jennifer Bond, Common Law Section, Faculty of Law, is among the organizers of a three-day conference, hosted by the Global Refugee Sponsorship Initiative, aiming to showcase Canada’s private refugee sponsorship program that will be held on campus.

Penny Collenette: Tapping into a national water strategy (Brampton Guardian)
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.  

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