29-31 octobre 2018
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How thinking small could save the WTO (GlobeAdvisor)
Debra Steger, Common Law Section, comments on the troubled World Trade Organization.

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Altria's support for age 21 minimum draws mixed reactions (Winston-Salem Journal)
David Sweanor, Common Law Section, talks about Altria Group Inc.'s support behind raising the national minimum age to purchase tobacco products from 18 to 21.

Many companies not ready for new data-breach rules, experts say (The Globe and Mail)
Michael Geist, Common Law Section, comments on the new rules mandating how Canadian companies respond to data breaches.

Make no mistake: The USMCA is an America-first trade deal (The Conversation CA)
Teresa Scassa, Common Law Section, argues that tying Canada to the USMCA will inhibit our participation in the knowledge economy, even as it expands to include more and more of the entire economy.

EXCLUSIVE: Stats Canada requesting banking information of 500,000 Canadians without their knowledge (Global News)
Teresa Scassa, Common Law Section, comments on the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act.

De nouveaux formulaires de vote par procuration erronés à Essex (Radio-Canada)
Selon Duff Conacher, Common Law Section, le système des formulaires de vote par procuration peut facilement être utilisé de manière abusive.

More concerns raised after Town of Essex proxy papers found with mistakes (CBC News)
According to Duff Conacher, Common Law Section, the proxy system can easily be abused.

Feds, provinces agree to create Canadian broadband strategy to ensure universal internet access (Financial Post)
Michael Geist analyses the requirements in implementing a Canadian broadband strategy to ensure universal internet access.

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Canada's privacy law needs a leading edge update, says expert (IT World Canada)
Michael Geist, Common Law Section, comments on the federal privacy law.

Ottawa argues one province's failure to bring in a carbon tax will harm others (CBC News)
Amir Attaran, Common Law Section, comments on Saskatchewan’s position on the carbon tax.

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Saskatchewan introduces climate change legislation (MSN)

Canadians have little ability to determine if StatCan has their personal banking info: experts (Global News)
Teresa Scassa, Common Law Section, comments on the uproar over Statistics Canada‘s plan to obtain the sensitive banking data of hundreds of thousands of Canadians without their consent.

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Mercredi, Octobre 31, 2018
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