7-8 janvier, 2019
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Scholars are at risk all around the world - and Canada needs to lead (The Globe and Mail)
Viviana Fernandez writes about how recent decades have seen scholars from around the world become the targets of violence and discrimination, which has threatened their ability to publish, teach, and engage in public discourse.

Is Quebec's defence of Franco-Ontarians sign of sovereignty decline? (National Post)
Benoît Pelletier, Civil Law Section, talks about the complicated relationship between Quebec and francophone communities elsewhere in Canada.

Larocque: Meet the new French-language commissioner, not the same as the old commissioner (Ottawa Citizen)
François Larocque, Common Law Section, writes about the French Language Services Act.

Canada must take action to protect scholars at risk around the world: Canadian professors (Academica Group)
Viviana Fernandez writes about how recent decades have seen scholars from around the world become the targets of violence and discrimination, which has threatened their ability to publish, teach, and engage in public discourse

Amid spike in GTA domestic homicides, experts call for action to address 'crisis' (Toronto Star)
Elizabeth Sheehy, Common Law Section, comments on the recent spike in GTA domestic homicides.

So you clicked on a holiday-themed online scam. Here are 10 tips to avoid the next one (Toronto Star)
Karen Eltis, Civil Law Section, gives advice on how to avoid cyber-security scams on your computer.

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Mercredi, Janvier 9, 2019
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