17-21 septembre 2018
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Study shows how national pharmacare plan could work (Toronto Star)
Colleen Flood, Bryan Thomas, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, and Patrick Fafard, Faculty of Social Sciences, wrote "Universal Pharmacare and Federalism".

Federal prosecutors using expanded powers to target terrorist propaganda web content (The Globe and Mail)
Craig Forcese, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the Federal Crown prosecutors who have, for the first time, used the terrorism-propaganda provision of the Criminal Code in an attempt to remove content from the internet.

'Boss' Doug Ford's brashness may also spell trouble (Caledon Enterprise)
Liberal MPP Nathalie Des Rosiers, former dean of law, put the question to Caroline Mulroney concerning Toronto city council.

FDA committee recommends moving forward with Camel Snus review (Winston-Salem Journal)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the scientific advisory committee of the Food and Drug Administration for approving advancing the applications for six Camel Snus styles to the agency.

La police d'Ottawa envoie par erreur des informations confidentielles sur une enquête (Radio-Canada)
Michel Drapeau, Faculté de droit, Common Law Section, commente l'erreur du Service de police d'Ottawa d'envoyé aux médias par inadvertance un document comportant des informations confidentielles concernant son enquête sur un homicide survenu samedi à l'Hôtel Marriott.

Ontario government launches constitutional court challenge against federal 'carbon tax' (National Observer)
Nathalie Chalifour, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, says there is no compelling arguments to suggest that the federal carbon pricing is unconstitutional.

Policy is not enough: Universities need a comprehensive approach to preventing sexual assault, experts say (Ottawa Citizen)
Daphne Gilbert, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about why universities need a comprehensive approach to preventing sexual assault.

'Arakanl?lar sistematik olarak hedef al?nd?' (Anadolu Agency)
John Packer, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the situation in Rohingya.

'I was worried we'd get destroyed': How a scholar and a troublemaker galvanized student action against Carleton's sexual violence policy (Ottawa Citizen)
Daphne Gilbert, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about Carleton's sexual violence policy.

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Opposition accuses Liberals of maintaining 'cash-for-access' loopholes in spite of new rules (The Globe and Mail)
Duff Conacher, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the accusations against Justin Trudeau for failing to deliver on pledges to clean up the Liberal Party's fundraising practices.

Experts, advocates call on Trudeau to declare Rohingya crisis genocide (The Globe and Mail)
John Packer, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, signed the letter to the Prime Minister calling on the Liberal government to "live up to Canada's international legal obligations under the UN Genocide Convention" and label the Rohingya crisis genocide.

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Complaint reignites lawyer-client sex debate (Canadian Lawyer Magazine)
Adam Dodek, Dean of the Common Law Section, comments on the debate over sexual relations between lawyer and client.

About 4.5 percent of adult Americans use e-cigs, and 15 percent of those never smoked traditional cigarettes, study finds (Winston-Salem Journal)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, shares his opinion on the new study that found that 4.5 % of adult Americans use e-cigs.

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Toronto running out of legal options to challenge city council cuts before election (Toronto Star)
Errol Mendes, Faculty of Law, comments on the recent ruling by the Appeal court justice.

MP Erin Weir wants review of investigation that led to expulsion from NDP caucus (The Globe and Mail)
Michelle Flaherty, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, is the lead investigator on the case concerning the allegations against Erin Weir for engaging in harassing behaviour towards women.

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Erin Weir réclame un examen externe de l'enquête pour harcèlement (La Presse)
Erin Weir souhaite faire appel de l'enquête menée à son endroit (Radio-Canada)
Erin Weir calls for an external review, continues call to get back in NDP (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

Appeal court justices grant stay citing precedent, pave way for move to 25 wards in Toronto (The Globe and Mail)
Carissima Mathen, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the ruling that clears the way for the civic elections to proceed as the government of Premier Doug Ford wished, with 25 wards, instead of the 47 envisioned by Toronto City Council.

Ontario Court of Appeal grants stay for Bill 5 ruling (CBA National)
Michael Pal, Faculty of Law, says he was “surprised” the court decided to wade so deeply into the actual meat of what could be included in the full appeal.

Ethics expert says rules could force Sen. Larry Campbell to step down from B.C. casino company board (Global News)
Duff Conacher, Faculty of Law, believes that loopholes in ethics laws have often allowed Canadian parliamentarians to serve their own personal and corporate interests, instead of the public’s interest.

More than 23,000 sign petition calling on Ford not to overrule the charter (Toronto Star) Duff Conacher, Faculty of Law, is one of the members behind the petition calling on Premier Ford not to overrule the charter.

ANALYSIS: Captured Canadians in Syria unlikely a legal problem for Trudeau, only a political one (Global News)
Amir Attaran, Common Law Section, talks about Canada's legal obligation regarding Canadians being held by Kurdish forces in northern Syria.

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Suspended vice-admiral's lawyers demand government produce secret documents (National Post)
Craig Forcese, Common Law Section, talks about Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's legal team demanding the federal government to release dozens of documents that officials have deemed cabinet secrets.

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