Mai 2020
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Le 28 mai 2020

Heather Mcleod-Kilmurray
As COVID-19 lockdowns lift, let’s build a more sustainable and environmentally resilient Canada (iPolitics)

Stewart Elgie
Canada needs an intense discussion about developing a cleaner, greener economy (National Observer)

 

Le 27 mai 2020

Stewart Elgie
Terence Corcoran: The 'resilience' ploy to seize the economy (Financial Post)

 

Le 26 mai 2020

Carissima Mathen
Canada’s commercial rent relief program begins as pressure mounts on landlords (Global News)

Michael Geist
Federal Court of Appeal delivers much-anticipated ruling on Access Copyright v. York dispute (University Affairs)

Ravi Malhotra
Malhotra and Johnson: People with disabilities must not be forgotten once the lockdown lifts (The Province)

Amir Attaran
Ottawa epidemiology prof criticizes government, citizens' COVID-19 response (OTTAWAMATTERS.COM)

 

Le 21 mai 2020

Amir Attaran
2016 report warned about public health data reporting problems Canada is facing with COVID-19 (National Post)

Amir Attaran
Canada’s response to COVID-19 pandemic slowed by lack of data sharing, experts say (Global News)

Mona Paré
Commission Laurent: «ça doit aller mieux pour les enfants» (Le Devoir)

Amir Attaran
Doug Ford and other premiers await details on Justin Trudeau’s plan for COVID-19 testing and contact tracing (The Star)

Stewart Elgie
Economic Stimulus with Renewable Energy? (TVO)

Stewart Elgie
Pandemic Delays Climate Plan Update as Ottawa Mulls Green Recovery Options (theenergymix)

Amir Attaran
Pandemic response hampered by lack of data-sharing (National Observer)

Michael Geist
Zoom notifies paying Canadian customers it is collecting GST/HST starting June 1 (MobileSyrup.com)

 

Le 20 mai 2020

Kumanan Wilson
A digital vaccination scar for the 21st Century (Ottawa Life Magazine)

Jane Bailey
Debate continues over best way for teachers to educate students online (The Globe and Mail)

Michael Geist
Facebook devra payer une pénalité de 9 M$ pour indications trompeuses (Le Droit)

Amir Attaran
iPolitics AM: Special committee meets as standoff looms over resuming regular House sittings (iPolitics)

 

Le 19 mai 2020

Karen Eltis
'There is no going back': How COVID-19 forced courts into the digital age (Ottawa Citizen)

Jamie Liew
Anti-Asian racism rears ugly head in Fort St John (Alaska Highway News)

Duff Conacher
Les défis du parlement «virtuel» canadien (TVA Nouvelles)

David Sweanor
Possible COVID-19 vaccine ready for testing, Reynolds' subsidiary says. (Winston-Salem Journal)

Amir Attaran & Kumanan Wilson 
Quarantine and the constitution: Are Newfoundland and Labrador's public health measures legal? (CBC Newfoundland and Labrador)

John Packer
Release of Basque prisoners will save lives and build peace (The National)

David Sweanor
Smoke, not nicotine, causes death (The Manila TImes)

Amir Attaran
What We’re Watching: Conservatives set to push for return to regular House sittings (iPolitics)

 

Le 15 mai 2020

Amir Attaran
Ontario’s reopening is ‘betting on ourselves.’ But when will we know if we make a mistake? (The Star)

Marie-Eve Sylvestre
Une session d’automne en ligne pour les Facs de droit (Droit Inc.)

 

Le 14 mai 2020

David Sweanor
Health expert blames smoke, not nicotine for causing deaths (Manila Standard)

Stewart Elgie
Like everyone else, the Supreme Court of Canada will be working remotely — on Zoom (iPolitics)

 

Le 13 mai 2020

Jamie Liew
Canada's pandemic plans must guard against the rise of racism (Policy Options)

Carissima Mathen
CBC pundit received tens of thousands in taxpayer dollars from Trudeau government (The Post Millennial)

François Larocque & Linda Cardinal
Coronavirus: Importing products without bilingual labels endangers francophones (The Conversation Canada)

Duff Conacher
Illegal lobbyist donations not significant enough to warrant prosecution: report (Richmond News)

David Sweanor
It’s the smoke that causes deaths, stupid! (Journal Online)

Michael Geist
Michael Geist: How to pay for the future of journalism (Financial Post)

Duff Conacher
Not Enough Evidence for Charges after Political Contribution Investigation (The Tyee)

Stewart Elgie
Pandemic or not, Canada still faces a climate crisis — and the clock is ticking (CBC News | Politics)

 

 

Le 12 mai 2020

Christiane Saad
Doing better for the young out of work (National Magazine)

Camille Nelson
Elle devient doyenne d’une Fac de droit à Hawaï! (Droit Inc.)

Teresa Scassa
Ontario emergency order lacks accountability on data collection, says law professor (Law Times)

Errol Mendes
Quebec’s Ottawa-Gatineau checkpoints ‘added anxiety’ for constituents, says MP, as experts question legality (The Hill Times)

 

Le 11 mai 2020

Katherine Lippel
Coronavirus: Can I refuse to go back to work if I feel unsafe? (Global News)

Duff Concacher
Exclusive: John Horgan’s wordsmith now paid to lobby the NDP government (The Break)

David Sweanor
Nicotine Could Prevent the Spread of COVID-19, Studies Suggest (Inside Sources)

Jennifer Quaid
Un homme plaide coupable d'avoir enfreint les restrictions de voyages au Nouveau-Brunswick (ICI Radio-Canada.ca)

 

Le 7 mai 2020

Katherine Lippel
Get informed on the top stories of the day in one quick scan (CBC.ca)

Katherine Lippel
L’OMS met en garde contre la fin précipitée des confinements (Radio Canada International)

Terry Skolnik
Remote arguments are forcing US Supreme Court justices to wait their turn (Quartz)

Karen Eltis
Retracer les individus infectés? Pas question, dit le Bloc (LaPresse.ca)

Katherine Lippel
The pandemic paradox: Canadians asked to go out and face threat that kept them inside for weeks (CBC.ca News)

Karen Eltis
Un dépistage national des contacts des individus infectés rejeté par le Bloc (Radio Canada International)

 

Le 6 mai 2020

Michael Geist
After the tech-lash: new digital policy priorities in the post-pandemic world  (The Globe and Mail)

Katherine Lippel
Il faut protéger les plus vulnérables (Le Devoir)

François Larocque & Linda Cardinal
Le français, autre victime de la Covid-19 au Canada (The Conversation Canada)

Teresa Scassa
Privacy experts support call for national plan for COVID-19 contact tracing app (The Financial Post)

 

Le 5 mai 2020

Amir Attaran
'Definitely not ready for it, not even close:' uOttawa law and medicine prof on reopening cities (OTTAWAMATTERS.COM)

David Sweanor
City reassessing park restrictions that go beyond provincial order (Ottawa Citizen)

Paul Daly
Rethinking Judicial Oversight in a Time of Crisis (The Regulatory Review)

Jason Nickerson
Trudeau takes part in COVID-19 virtual pledging conference led by EU (Calgary Sun)

 

Le 4 mai 2020

Duff Conacher
'Scrutiny makes for better decisions': Democracy watchdog urges all parliaments to reopen amidst COVID-19 crisis (CTV British Columbia News)

Errol Mendes
China was in violation of International Health Regulations. What do we do now?  (MACLEANS)

Jane Bailey & Valerie Steeves
COVID-19: Online learning may present privacy threats for children, expert suggests (Timmins Today)

Stewart Elgie
Deep retrofits could kickstart post-COVID recovery (ecolog.com)

Amir Attaran
Environmental review of Nunavut mine stalled by pandemic (CBC.ca News)

Karen Eltis
La pandémie révèle le retard technologique de la justice  (Le Droit)

Duff Conacher
Ontario allowing ‘secret lobbying’ amid COVID-19: critic (National Observer)

 

Le 1 mai 2020

Linda Cardinal & François Larocque
Le français devient-il optionnel en temps de pandémie ? (La Presse+)
En temps de crise et de pandémie, les gouvernements, les tribunaux et les institutions publiques mettent en œuvre des plans d’urgence afin de communiquer des informations pertinentes aux citoyens et de les rediriger vers les services nécessaires.

Amir Attaran
The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for April 30 (CBC News)
As millions of Canadians eye the imminent arrival of better weather and feel the effects of six weeks stuck largely at home, some are wondering whether spending more time outdoors is a risk worth taking.

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