22-26 octobre 2018
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Waterfront Toronto, advisory panel want Quayside master plan delayed Panel members asked for more time to discuss data issues. (Toronto Star)
Michael Geist, Common Law Section, is a member of the Waterfront Toronto's digital-strategy advisory panel.

Is There Any Way to Protect Your Information Online? (Fashion Magazine)
Michael Geist, Common Law Section, comments on online privacy.

JD Irving plea deal raises questions of conflict of interest, say law professors (CBC News)
Duff Conacher, Common Law Section, comments on the conflict of interest and lack transparency among the issues with a plea deal proposed in a J.D. Irving pollution case.

Josée Forest-Niesing, une Franco-ontarienne au Sénat (L'Express CA)
Josée Forest-Niesing a reçu l’Ordre du mérite de l’AJEFO (2006) et une distinction de la Société honorifique de common law de l’Université d’Ottawa (2013).

Ontario PC bill to permanently remove benefits from convicted ISIS fighters 'unconstitutional', say experts (Global News)
Carissima Mathen, Common Law Section, responds to the Ontario Progressive Conservative government’s proposed plan to permanently strip convicted terrorists of benefits.

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Bill targeting returning ISIS fighters a win for Ford PCs -- even if it never becomes law (The Rebel)
Carissima Mathen, Common Law Section, responds to the Ontario Progressive Conservative's bill to permanently remove those convicted of a terrorist offence from obtaining provincial services, such as free healthcare, an Ontario driver's licence, or subsidized housing.

Is the Liberal's greenhouse gas plan a tax or not? (Toronto Star)
Stewart Elgie comments on the carbon tax.

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Vendredi, Octobre 26, 2018
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