17-19 mai 2017

How celebs sway public health (CNN)
Steven Hoffman, Faculty of Law, points out multiple examples of celebrities who talk about public health.

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Why copyright law poses a barrier to Canadian AI ambitions (The Globe and Mail)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, shares his thoughts on copyright laws and artificial intelligence in Canada. 

Trump's actions pose questions about future of Canada-U.S. intelligence sharing: experts (The Globe and Mail)
Craig Forcese, Faculty of Law, comments on bill C-22 and the measures in place to prevent Canadian parliamentarians from revealing classified information. 

Indigenous tenacity and new Charter rights could transform our courts (Macleans)
Lynda Collins, Faculty of Law, explains that a constitution not grounded in a healthy, sustainable environment is a paper temple - a mere recitation of rights with no real guarantee of their survival over time.

'There's still rage': Advocates remember Wilno killings (CBC News Ottawa)
Elizabeth Sheehy, Faculty of Law, was paraphrased at a gathering in Ottawa to remember the victims of the 2015 murder of three women in Wilno, Ontario. 

Al-Qaeda in Syria not considered terrorists by US and Canada - Can continue receiving weapons from CIA (Signs of the Times)
Carissima Mathen, Faculty of Law, comments on Western countries’ dealings with designated terrorist organizations and al-Qaeda affiliates. 

Combining organ donation and medical assistance in death: considering the ethical questions (Healthy Debate)
Jennifer Chandler, Faculty of Law, shares her opinion on directed donation - where patients are donating an organ to a relative or friend, rather than just to the system. 

Ottawa taking carbon pricing cues from provinces (blog) (Pembina Institute)
Nathalie Chalifour, Faculty of Law, says Parliament is on solid constitutional ground with its national carbon pricing benchmark. 

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