19-23 novembre 2018
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Decision expected Monday on sexsomnia defence in sexual assault trial (CBC News)
Blair Crew, Common Law Section, talks about sexsomnia, deep sleep as a criminal defence to sexual assault.

Scheer vs. Bernier: Unfinished business spills into 2019 election (Toronto Star)
Penny Collenette, Common Law Section, writes about Andrew Scheer and Maxime Bernier, who will be running against each other in the 2019 election.

'You're gonna lose your money': Air Canada online glitch leaves retiree on hook for flight he didn't book (CBC News)
Michael Geist, Common Law Section, comments on the problems behind the “terms of use” on websites.

Des acteurs francophones d'Ottawa montent aux barricades (Radio-Canada)
Benoît Pelletier, Section de droit civil, croit que la contestation judiciaire concernant l'annulation de l'Université de l'Ontario français est envisageable.

« Rien sur nous sans nous » : des universitaires autochtones établissent une marche à suivre en recherche (Radio-Canada)
Aimée Craft, Section de common law, commente l'importance de l'inclusion des Autochtones au sein des institutions postsecondaires.

Les nouveaux habits de la francophobie (Le Droit)
Michel Bock, Anne Gilbert et Ariane Brun del Re, Faculté des arts, Linda Cardinal, Martin Meunier, Martin Normand et Marie-Hélène Eddie, Faculté des sciences sociales, et Pierre Foucher, Faculté de droit, section de droit civil, sont parmi les auteurs de cette lettre d’opinion.

Sextorsion: 1223 plaintes à la GRC depuis 2012 (La Presse)
Suzie Dunn, Section de common law, explique que la «sextorsion» est un problème grandissant chez les jeunes.

1 big thing: All rise for AI (Axios)
Ian Kerr and Carissima Mathen, Common Law Section, co-wrote an article on AI judges in 2014.

La cour rejette la défense de « sexsomnie » d'un accusé et l'inculpe d'agression sexuelle (Radio-Canada)
Blair Crew, Section de common law, commente le cas de "sexsomnie" rejeté à Brockville hier, et mentionne que le sommeil profond a été utilisé comme moyen de défense 13 fois dans des cas d'agression sexuelle au Canada.

Quebec premier caught between language and business with Ontario's cuts to French (Ottawa Citizen)
Benoit Pelletier, Civil Law Section, says Ford's French cuts can be perceived as an attack on French which is seen as a threat to Quebecers' identity.

[15:30] Vers une confrontation Québec-Ottawa? (Radio-Canada 24/60)
Entrevue avec Benoît Pelletier, Section de droit civil, concernant le premier ministre du Québec, François Legault, et sa ministre de la Santé, Danielle McCann, qui ont réagi aux demandes d'Ottawa qui exige que la province mette fin à des examens médicaux à «deux vitesses ».

Legault visit to Ontario overshadowed by Ford government's French-language cuts (Ottawa Business Journal)
Benoît Pelletier, Civil Law Section, comments on the Ford government's French-language cuts.

Is our next federal election vulnerable to hacking? (CBC News)
Michael Pal, Common Law Section, comments on how to protect the 2019 federal election from hackers.

We should be wary of revoking birthright citizenship (Red Deer Advocate)
Jamie Liew, Common Law Section, writes about the talk about getting rid of birthright citizenship in Canada and the United States.

Platonic friends can adopt a child together (Law Times)
Natasha Bakht, Common Law Section, shares her personal success when a court agreed to issue a declaration of parentage to Lynda Collins, naming her and Bakht as parents of Elaan.

Integrity commissioner urged to investigate 'abuses of power' in Ford's office (Toronto Star)
Nathalie Des Rosiers, former dean of law, said there is a disturbing “lack of comprehension” in the premier’s office about the dangers of political meddling in day-to-day policing.

Viola Desmond, black woman who spurred end of segregation in Nova Scotia, now appears on Canada's $10 bill (Washington Post)
Constance Backhouse, Common Law Section, talks about Viola Desmond, a black business woman who spurred the end of segregation in Nova Scotia, and now appears on Canada's $10 bill.

Trade deals that lock up intellectual property rules could have dangerous consequences for Canada (Financial Post)
Jeremy de Beer, Common Law Section, talks about intellectual property rules and chapters on digital trade.

Les Canadiens ont maintenant des ressources pour défendre leurs droits linguistiques (Radio-Canada)
Gilles LeVasseur, École de gestion Telfer, Lucie Lamarche et Joanne St. Lewis, Section de common law, sont membres du comité d'experts chargé des droits en matière de langues officielles.

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Mercredi, Novembre 21, 2018
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