Sprinter, ballerina, news anchor among 26 awarded the Order of Ontario (Toronto Star)
Jennifer Bond, Common Law Section, Faculty of Law, was appointed to the Order of Ontario for her work on refugee policy.
In Canada, case spurs concern over misconduct secrecy (Science Magazine)
Amir Attaran, Common Law Section, Faculty of Law, comments on Canada's current scholarly misconduct disclosure practice.
Le commissaire à la vie privée ouvre une enquête sur le sondage MaDémocratie.ca (Radio-Canada)
Michael Geist, Section de Common Law, Faculté de droit, commente l'enquête du Commissariat à la protection de la vie privée sur le sondage en ligne du gouvernement fédéral sur la réforme électorale.
A Trump bump? American refugee claims in Canada increased last month (CTV News)
Jamie Liew, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the increasing number of Americans seeking refugee status in Canada.
The common interest: When privileged information is shared (CBA National)
Alexander Gay, Common Law Section, Faculty of Law, outlines the challenges surrounding Common interest privilege.
Muddling the climate issue: Ontario's auditor general misses the mark (Halton Region)
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.
Demanding Accountability for a Judge’s Failure (Policy Options)
In an Op-Ed, Elizabeth Sheehy and Daphne Gilbert, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, argue that Justice Robert Camp should accept the consequences of his mistakes and his breach of judicial standards.