23 novembre 2017
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Liberals not to blame for terrorism strategy; No easy answers on low rate of prosecutions (National Post)
Craig Forcese, Faculty of Law, comments on the accusation that Liberal policies are creating a safe haven for returning jihadists.

Mignardises en danse à déguster (Le Droit)
Natasha Bakht, Faculté de droit, discute de la justice sociale, l’égalité des femmes, les droits des minorités et de liberté de religion.

Monsef still waiting on citizenship paperwork after birthplace revelation (CTV News Toronto)
Jamie Liew, Faculty of Law, comments on Maryam Monsef, the Liberal cabinet minister, still waiting for the government to update her citizenship documents.

Bientôt Internet à deux vitesses au Canada? (MSN)
Florian Martin-Bariteau, Faculté de droit, explique que les Canadiens devraient suivre de près ce qui se passe aux États-Unis.

Canadian drug company under fire in U.K. after raising drug price 6,000% (Global News)
Amir Attaran, Faculty of Law and Medicine, discusses the accusations against a Canadian drug company of making tens of millions of dollars by overcharging the British healthcare system and exploiting its patients.


 

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Vendredi, Novembre 24, 2017
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