26-30 novembre 2018
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Vendredi fou : acheter en ligne pendant une grève (Radio-Canada)
Luc Dupont discute du Vendredi fou et du Cyberlundi.

Nous ne sommes pas dupes, Mme Mulroney (L'Express CA)
Joël Beddows a signé ce texte – une résistance  contre la fermeture de l’Université de l’Ontario français et l’élimination du Commissariat aux services en français.

Juul expands top U.S. e-cig market share; traditional cigarettes volume continues to slip (Winston-Salem Journal)
David Sweanor Common Law Section, comments on Juul Labs Inc.’s increased dominance of the electronic-cigarette market.

Irregular migrants deserve health care (Hamilton Spectator)
Y.Y. Brandon Chen, Common Law Section, writes about why migrants living in Canada without legal authorization should be entitled to health care.

Facing despair as a strong economy fails to defeat climate change: Don Pittis (CBC News)
Stewart Elgie, Common Law Section, Chair, Sustainable Prosperity and Director, Institute of the Environment, talks about climate change and carbon use.

Stephen Harper’s approval needed to release some files in criminal case against Mark Norman (Toronto Star)
Yan Campagnolo, Common Law Section, comments on the criminal case against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman who is seeking access to thousands of secret government documents.

Reporter must give RCMP material about accused terrorist: Supreme Court
Carissima Mathen discusses the nature of the case, and factors that led to this morning’s Supreme Court's decision.

Release Date: 
Mercredi, Novembre 28, 2018
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