23-25 mai 2018
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How the new Ebola vaccine was made in Canada (CBC News)
Amir Attaran, Faculty of Law and Medicine, comments on how the new Ebola vaccine was made in Canada.

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One Company's Tax 'Heaven' Is Senegal's Tax 'Hell' (The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists)
Vern Krishna, Faculty of Law, talks about Senegal’s ability to tax.

Bruce McArthur pourrait subir plus d'un procès (Radio-Canada)
Carissima Mathen, Faculté de droit, discute du cas de Bruce McArthur et des importantes décisions juridiques qui restent à déterminer, notamment s’il risque de subir plus qu'un procès.

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Crown, defence may consider splitting McArthur case into separate trials (CBC News)

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Le Canada offre 300 millions pour aider les Rohingyas (Le Devoir)
John Packer, Faculté de droit, discute de l’annonce canadienne concernant l'aide humanitaire pour les Rohingyas du Myanmar.

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G7: une rencontre sur la «transparence» voilée de secret (La Presse)
Duff Conacher, Faculté de droit, discute du ministère fédéral des Finances qui a décidé de garder secrètes des dizaines de pages de documentation sur une rencontre préparatoire du G7.

Calgary bike shop aims to make cycling more inclusive for all gender identities (The Chronicle Journal)
Kyle Kirkup, Faculty of Law, comments on the Good Life Community Bicycle Shop in Calgary that serves only women and transgender/non-binary people one day a week.

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Health Expert Says San Francisco Is 'Protecting Cigarettes' With Ban On Vape Flavors (The Daily Caller)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, talks about vaping products and cigarettes.

Who will own the data in Toronto's smart city? (NOW Toronto)
Teresa Scassa, Faculty of Law, talks about the Google-affiliated Sidewalk Labs in Toronto and the data that will come with it.

Terence Corcoran: Block the net neutrality activists before they can hurt consumers again (Financial Post)
This article mentions Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, for his opinion on implanting neutrality in the Telecommunications Act.

Inquiry to investigate Lionel Desmond's access to mental health, domestic violence services (The Globe and Mail)
Ed Ratushny, Faculty of Law, discusses the public inquiry into Lionel Desmond's access to mental health and domestic violence services.

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Vendredi, Mai 25, 2018
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