21-25 août 2017

Nicotine is both the problem and the solution to ending smoking (Toronto Star)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, shares his thoughts on Canada’s strategy on nicotine and cigarette smoking.

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Being shocked by Charlottesville shows you weren't paying attention (Ottawa Citizen)
Rakhi Ruparelia, Faculty of Law, discusses the recent events in Charlottesville and racism in the United States and Canada.

Feds testing waters on sentencing reform (Fort Frances Times)
Carissima Mathen, Faculty of Law, comments on an online survey that asks respondents to judge several scenarios involving mitigating circumstances surrounding a crime.

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University of Ottawa law school gets Indigenous elder in residence (CBC News Ottawa)
Claudette Commanda, an Algonquin Anishinabe from Kitigan Zibi First Nation and University of Ottawa alumna, has been appointed as the Faculty of Law’s first elder in residence. 

Opinion: Provinces must act to prevent another OxyContin debacle (The Province)
Vanessa Gruben and Louise Bélanger-Hardy, Faculty of Law, share their thoughts on the class-action settlement with Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, accepted by 10 provincial governments.  

Letters to the Editor, August 23, 2017 (Peterborough Examiner)
The author argues that Peterborough Public Health should be listening to experts such as David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, rather than pushing a strategy that is at odds with the tobacco risk reduction measures that public health advocates are promoting.

Study finds e-cig users have better odds at quitting smoking (Winston-Salem Journal)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, discusses the role that electronic cigarettes and vaporizers may play in helping smokers quit.

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Michael Christie, Christy Ann Conlin, Tracey Lindberg comprise Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize jury (Quill & Quire)
Tracey Lindberg, Faculty of Law, will serve as a member of the three-person jury for this year’s Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize.


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