23 octobre 2017

Dangerous intersection of law, politics, business and human rights (Toronto Star)
Penny Collenette, Faculty of Law, shares her thoughts on human rights being “shoved out of the way in the busy intersection of business, law and politics”.

Trudeau expected to face questions over Quebec's Bill 62 during stop in Edmonton (CBC News)
Carissima Mathen, vice-dean of the Faculty of Law, explains that the federal government does not have standing to directly challenge Bill 62, a Quebec provincial law.

Quebec's face veil ban may face a Supreme Court challenge (Toronto Star)
Natasha Bakht, Faculty of Law, explains that Quebec’s Bill 62 will spark a court challenge that will probably end up in the Supreme Court of Canada.

Constitutionality of Quebec's Bill 62 'difficult to defend,' legal expert says (CTV News)
Carissima Mathen, Faculty of Law, discusses the constitutionality of Quebec's Bill 62 and explains why she thinks this law is going to be difficult to defend.

BAT expands heat-not-burn cigarette reach into Russia (Winston-Salem Journal)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, comments on heat-not-burn cigarettes, a potential reduced-risk product without the burning of tobacco leaves which releases carcinogens.


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