Juin 2020
Summary: 

Le 30 juin 2020

Allan Rock
Grassroots voices key to reimagining Canadian foreign policy (Ricochet)

Amir Attaran
John Ivison: The COVID mission is far from accomplished, despite Trudeau's latest feel-good message (The Guardian)

Michael Geist
Tim Hortons scaling back data collection as four privacy watchdogs announce joint investigation into app (Financial Post)

 

Le 29 juin 2020

Allan Rock
Abandonner le dossier de Meng Wanzhou pour des motifs politiques: du jamais vu? (Huntigton Post Québec)

Allan Rock
Affaire Wanzhou | «Justin Trudeau a raison de résister, c'est une prise d'otages» (98.5 fm Montréal)

Amir Attaran
Alberta rewords mandate of probe into environmental groups (The Globe and Mail)

Amir Attaran
Canada’s surprising history and questionable partnership with a Chinese company and its military-backed COVID-19 vaccine (The Province)

Teresa Scassa
A majority if Canadians support making contact tracing apps mandatory (CBC Radio One 91.5FM)

Michael Geist
Editorial independence assured, say Facebook and Canadian Press, amid launch of $1-million fellowship (The Hill Times)

Teresa Scassa
Enforcing the race to trace? (CBC.ca)

Allan Rock
Extradition cases never dropped for political, diplomatic reasons, Trudeau was advised (Victoria News)

Teresa Scassa
Federal, provincial watchdogs still waiting for full privacy assessment on national contact-tracing app (The Hill Times)

Allan Rock
Justin Trudeau doesn't want advice from his dad's friends. That hasn't stopped them from offering it (The Star)

Allan Rock
L’interminable affaire Meng (Le Devoir)

Allan Rock
Legal hostage swap could bring Michaels home from China (The Hamilton Spectator)

Michael Geist
Supreme Court of Canada decision clears way for planned C$400M lawsuit against Uber by its drivers (Politico)

 

Le 26 juin 2020

Allan Rock
«Les mots ne suffisent plus», plaide la femme de Michael Kovrig, détenu en Chine (LaPresse.ca)

Allan Rock
Affaire Huawei: les dossiers d’extradition sont rarement abandonnés au Canada (LaPresse.ca)

Allan Rock
A legal hostage swap could get the two Michaels home (The Star)

Amir Attaran
Canada’s surprising history and questionable partnership with a Chinese company and its military-backed COVID-19 vaccine (National Post)

Allan Rock
Inside the Canadian establishment's fight with Trudeau over China (MACLEANS)

Allan Rock
Trudeau refuses demands to release Meng Wanzhou, saying it would put millions of Canadians ‘in danger’ (The Star)

 

Le 25 juin 2020

Allan Rock
China would trade detained Canadians for Meng Wanzhou. Some top legal minds say Ottawa can do it — and should (The Star)

Allan Rock
Chine: deux courants font pression sur Trudeau (LaPresse.ca)

Michael Geist
Elon Musk wants to provide rural Canadians with super-fast internet service via satellite (The Star)

Allan Rock
Extradition case not just a matter of opinion (Winnipeg Free Press)

Allan Rock
McParland: We all want the two Michaels back, but Canada mustn't give in to China (Ottawa Citizen)

Adam Dodek
New commission exploring impact of digital media on democracy includes McLachlin, Dodek (Canadian Lawyer)

 

Le 24 juin 2020

Allan Rock
Feds could abandon Meng Wanzhou’s case now if they wanted to: ex-minister, lawyer (Global News)

Amir Attaran
How governments are responding to the public's demand for more data transparency (Big Think)

Allan Rock
iPolitics AM: Trudeau to skip COVID-19 briefing for a second day to focus on ‘private meetings’ (iPolitics)

Allan Rock
Where’s the money?: Questions loom over need for better foreign policy funding (The Hill Times)

 

Le 23 juin 2020

Teresa Scassa
Contact tracing apps may help slow the spread of COVID-19. But will privacy concerns prevent Canadians from using them? (The Star)

Heather Mcleod-Kilmurray
DEEP DIVE: Infrastructure investments for a greener, more resilient and sustainable country: Ideas and considerations for Canadian decision-makers (iPolitics)

 

Le 22 juin 2020

Joao Velloso
10 ans après le G20 à Toronto, la brutalité policière toujours d'actualité (ICI Radio-Canada)

Teresa Scassa
Canada preparing a national COVID-19 patient tracking app (Radio Canada International)

Michael Geist
Coronavirus contact tracing app to launch nationally in coming weeks: Trudeau New York South East Post (NYSE Post)

Michael Geist
Heritage Minister raises possibility of link tax for internet companies (The Globe and Mail)

Allan Rock
Let’s hold the kleptocrats to account (The Globe and Mail)

Amir Attaran
Only a Newly ‘Vigilant Society’ Can Stop the Next Pandemic (The Tyee)

Amir Attaran
Ottawa is being forced to reveal whether the companies it works with hit their diversity targets (The Star)

David Sweanor
Prohibitive policies on smoke-free nicotine products violate consumer rights (Manila Standard)


David Sweanor
Prohibitives policies vs THR (Journal Online)

Michael Geist
Solution to levelling the digital economy playing field may rest with Ottawa (The Chronicle Herald)

 

Le 19 juin 2020

Michael Geist
Canadian-made contact tracing app ready to be tested in Ontario: Trudeau (The Province)

Teresa Scassa
Le public interpellé à utiliser une application de traçage sécuritaire (L'heure de pointe | ICI Radio-Canada)

Michael Geist
Ontario plans to extend its state of emergency until mid-July (Senegal-Actu.com)

 

Le 18 juin 2020

Allan Rock
Canada's UN Security Council Bid Fails After 4-Year Campaign (HuffingtonPost)

Amir Attaran
Canada Shipped 15 Deadly Viruses to Wuhan Lab Months Before Coronavirus Outbreak, Documents Reveal (International Times Business Singapore)

David T. Sweanor
Japon : quel est le rôle du tabac à chauffer dans la baisse des ventes de cigarettes ? (étude) (Le Monde du Tabac)

Allan Rock
Le Canada échoue à obtenir un siège au Conseil de sécurité (ICI Radio-Canada.ca)

 

Le 16 juin 2020

Constance Backhouse
Alumna receives highest Law Society award (Western News - Western University)


Rakhi Ruparelia
Asking prospective jurors ‘are you racist?’ doesn’t cut it when trying to detect bias in the courtroom, experts say (THE STAR)

Amir Attaran
Canadian scientist sent deadly viruses to Wuhan lab months before RCMP asked to investigate (CBC.CA News)

Anne Levesque
Projet de loi 161 : une menace pour les francophones, selon Anne Levesque (#ONfr)

Paul Daly
Provinces served notice in constitutional challenge over rifle ban (iPolitics)

Katherine Lippel
Workplaces are slowly reopening, but can you refuse to go back? (Global News)

 

Le 15 juin 2020

Amir Attaran
'Travel bubbles': Who’s in and who’s out of the plan to save global tourism (Public Radio International)

Amir Attaran
Canadian scientist sent deadly viruses to Wuhan lab months before RCMP asked to investigate (CBC.CA News)

Amir Attaran
COVID-19 'long-haulers' complain of symptoms lasting weeks and even months (CTV News)

Amir Attaran
Des documents font la lumière sur un envoi de virus Ebola vers la Chine l'an dernier (ICI Radio-Canada.ca)

David Sweanor
Greater access to regulated nicotine products needed to reduce tobacco deaths (Dailey News Egypt)

Anne Lévesque
La décision de la Cour suprême sur l'éducation en français en C.-B. saluée en Ontario (ICI Radio-Canada.ca)

François Larocque
SCC hands down landmark minority language educational rights, Charter ss. 1 and 24 damages ruling (The Lawyer's Daily)

Errol Mendes
Supreme Court decision ‘good news’ for minority-language communities: Trudeau (Victoria News)

Anne Levesque
Un projet de loi menacerait l'accès à la justice des francophones et des aînés en Ontario (ICI Radio-Canada.ca)

David Sweanor
Scientists study nicotine as protective agent against coronavirus (Manila Standard)

 

Le 12 juin 2020

David Sweanor
Au Japon, le rôle du tabac à chauffer dans la baisse des cigarettes (Boursetrading)

Pierre Foucher
Jugement crucial de la Cour suprême sur l’éducation en français en milieu minoritaire (ICI Radio-Canada)

David Sweanor
L’OMS sous le feu de vives critiques pour avoir bloqué l’innovation dans l’industrie du tabac (Maliweb.net)

David Sweanor
The global pandemic of smoking-related disease to kill 7 million more in 2020 (TechGenyz)

 

Le 11 juin 2020

David Sweanor
L’OMS sous le feu de vives critiques pour avoir bloqué l’innovation dans l’industrie du tabac (Setal.net)

Constance Backhouse
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE — June 11, 2020 (The Chronicle Herald)

 

Le 10 juin 2020

Pacifique Manirakiza
Burundi Government: President Nkurunziza Dies of Heart Attack (Herald Globe)

Michael Geist
Clearview AI facial recognition offers to delete some faces — but not in Canada (CBC News - Canada)

Vern Krishna
Fraudulent CERB applications could land Canadians with $5K fine, jail time (Global News)

Allan Rock
From Riot Squad to Social Worker: Police Pulled in Too Many Directions (The Epoch Times)

 

Le 9 juin 2020

Amir Attaran
"How Canada has bungled the COVID-19 endgame" (Omny.fm (AUS))

David Sweanor
Journée mondiale sans tabac : un groupe d’experts s’attaque à l’OMS (Vaping Post)

Amir Attaran
Today’s Show: Defund the police, COVID-19, property taxes, and 5G (Omny.fr (AUS))

Elizabeth Sheehy
What You Need to Know About that Controversial Assault Law Making Headlines (FLARE)

 

Le 4 juin 2020

Teresa Scassa
Fin de Quayside à Toronto : les limites du modèle Google pour la smart city (Futuribles)

David Sweanor
International Experts in Tobacco Policy say WHO is Blocking Innovation and Wasting Opportunities to Save Millions of Lives (Executive Bulletin)

Solomon Friedman
L'Alberta veut plus de contrôle sur les armes à feu (ICI Radio-Canada.ca)

 

Le 3 juin 2020

Teresa Scassa
Groups say Ontario emergency orders to fight coronavirus pandemic violate privacy (Global News)

Ed Ratushny
Joint federal-provincial inquiry into N.S. mass shooting a good option: top expert (iHeartradio - Purecountry)

David Sweanor
WHO Uses World No Tobacco Day to Attack Vaping (Vaping Post)

 

Le 1 juin 2020

David Sweanor
Heated tobacco disrupts cigarette industry—new study (Manila Standard)

Michael Geist
Hey parliamentary press and national media – wake up! (Ottawa Life Magazine)

Amir Attaran
How Canada has bungled the COVID-19 endgame (Macleans)

Katherine Lippel
Les entreprises peuvent-elles obliger les clients à porter un masque? (MSN Canada)

Michael Geist
Trump targets Twitter, threatens changes to U.S. law enshrined in USMCA (Canadian Parvasi)

David Sweanor
WHO would miss key international objectives for reducing cancer, heart, lung disease caused by tobacco: Experts (Express Healthcare)

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