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No empirical evidence

No empirical evidence

By Justin Ling

In a split decision, the top court strikes down mandatory minimums for specific firearms offences and leaves some questions unanswered.

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The fight against corruption

The fight against corruption

By Justin Ling

Why Ottawa’s debarment regime needs to be revised.

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Understanding the right to strike

Understanding the right to strike

By George G. Vuicic

The Supreme Court’s decision in Saskatchewan Federation of Labour raises more questions than answers.

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Parliamentarians and national security

Parliamentarians and national security

By Justin Ling

Would a Parliamentary intelligence oversight committee really risk Canadian lives?

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What’s in a digital signature?

What’s in a digital signature?

By Amir Tajkarimi

Better authenticity means better evidence.

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A terrible oversight

A terrible oversight

By Justin Ling

Would judicial authorization really be required for CSIS to break up a threat?

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After Carter v. Canada

After Carter v. Canada

By Jocelyn Downie

What should federal lawmakers do next? Read More »

Is it time to legalize marijuana?

Is it time to legalize marijuana?

By Rose Wilson

A panel of experts weigh the pros and cons. Read More »

A return to the fold?

A return to the fold?

By Yves Faguy

 Will Alberta bring back official bilingualism after 150 years? Read More »

Right to strike?

Right to strike?

By Yves Faguy

Think again. Back to work. Read More »

What you see is what you understand: Using visuals in contracts

What you see is what you understand: Using visuals in contracts

By Rose Wilson

An image is worth a thousand words. Read More »

Perspectives on ABS

Perspectives on ABS

By Rose Wilson

Dystopia or the saving grace for access to justice? Read More »