This collection archives mentions and references to Osgoode in the media dating back to the 2014/2015 academic year.

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Media Mentions from 2015

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Jane-Finch’s 1 per cent solution, Jamil Jivani, Kyle Elliott, Michael Thorburn, and Madeline Boyce, Now Magazine, October 14

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What happens if we end up with a hung parliament?, Bruce B. Ryder, News 1130 (Vancouver), October 14

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Law professor gives away 300 turkeys to encourage voting, Jamil Jivani, CTV News, October 12

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Governor-General could play key role if election ends with hung Parliament, Bruce B. Ryder, Globe and Mail, October 12

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Licence appeal switch moves forward, Lorne Sossin, Law Times, October 12

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Deficits: Past, Present and Future, Lisa Philipps, TVO The Agenda with Steve Paikin, October 9

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership puts democracy up for sale, Gus Van Harten, HuffPost’s The Blog, October 9

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Will TPP live up to its political hype? A guide to the trade deal for Canadian consumers, Gus Van Harten, National Post, October 6

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Taxing changes, Jordan Atin, Canadian Lawyer, October 5

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Safety and security for Canadians, Ron Atkey, Ladysmith Chronicle (British Columbia), October 5

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Justice is blind when it comes to Canadian jury selection, Benjamin L. Berger, Toronto Star, October 5

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Legal marijuana going to pot in #elxn42, Alan N. Young, Now Magazine, October 5

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Amber Rose led a rally to blast culture of body shaming and victim blaming, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, TakePart, October 4

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TTIP: Recht van de sterkste, Professor Gus Van Harten, Gus Van Harten, VPro Tegenlicht (Germany), October 4

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Regulators need to heed the rise of crowdfunded ‘techquity’ markets, Robert Keller and Michael Motala, Globe and Mail, October 2

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Tight Election Battles in Toronto-Area Suburbs Show No Party Has A Lock On Immigrant Votes, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, National Post, October 2

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The Domestic Fallout Of Harper’s Foreign Policy: Siddiqui, Faisal Bhabha, Toronto Star, October 1

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How the Bell Curve bleaches out intellectual diversity, Michael Motala, CBA National, October 1

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The other victims – (Re: Hypocrisy On Campus, Avi Benlolo, Sept. 22; Intolerance By Any Other Name, Letter to the Editor, Oct. 1), Lorne Sossin, National Post, October 1

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Selling Canada Out, One Deal At A Time, Gus Van Harten, Toronto Star, September 30

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Changing the state of gender diversity on TSX-listed exec teams, Aaron A. Dhir, BNN Video, September 29

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Securities regulators urged to make gender diversity policies mandatory, Aaron A. Dhir, Globe and Mail, September 29

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When the hard cold facts back up instinctive knowledge, Aaron A. Dhir, Forbes, September 29

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Retroactive change of law prompts OPP to drop probe of RCMP gun data destruction, Lorne Sossin and Jamie Cameron, Canadian Press, September 29

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Dean of Osgoode Hall Law School responds to comment by Avi Benlolo, Lorne Sossin, YFile, September 28

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Election commentary: Canada’s international trade, Gus Van Harten, Toronto Star, September 28

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Ten ways the TPP gives too much power to foreign investors, Gus Van Harten, Rabble.ca, September 28

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These court cases may be just for show. But that’s a moot point., Faisal Bhabha, Maclean’s, September 26

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Theatre school CEO brings fresh approach, Harry W. Arthurs, Canadian Jewish News, September 25

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Canadian startup launches law search engine, Nachson Goltz and Addison Cameron-Huff, ECO media release, September 24

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Osgoode Law School class targets low voter turnout in Jane and Finch, Jamil Jivani, Kyle Elliott, and Shereen Smithanik, Toronto Star, September 24

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Fixing a bad law, Stepan Wood, Wellington Times, September 23

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“Through a Penal System, Darkly”: Photographer Documents Kingston Penitentiary, Cindy Blazevic, Truthout, September 22

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Women representation on boards still very low, but growing, Aaron A. Dhir, Investment Executive, September 22

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One on one with Faisal Kutty, Faisal Kutty, Islamic Monthly, September 22

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Access to Justice in International Tort Cases: Chevron Corporation v Yaiguaje, Kimberley Byers and Sophie Chiasson, OBA.org, September 21

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Does logging on First Nations land violate the Charter?, Dayna Scott, TVO Current Affairs, September 21

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Does the Commission’s new proposal mark the end of ISDS?, Gus Van Harten, PopularResistance.org, September 21

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Harper’s bad bet on China, Gus Van Harten, Troy Media, September 18

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Stephen Harper’s citizenship overhaul heir to chilling history of exclusion, Shin Imai, Huffington Post Canada, September 17

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Could Canadian lawyers replicate the landmark Dutch climate victory?, Lorne Sossin, DeSmog Canada, September 17

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Institutionalized power conflicts, Edward J. Waitzer, Financial Post, September 17

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Criminal justice not that just, or humane, Benjamin L. Berger, Barrie Examiner, September 16

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Nappier Panel: No easy way to get more women on corporate boards, Aaron A. Dhir, Hartford Courant, September 16

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Time to sue governments for climate action? Dutch lawyer thinks so, Lorne Sossin, Thomson Reuters Foundation, September 16

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Canadian courts could face climate-change cases in wake of Dutch ruling, Lorne Sossin, Globe and Mail, September 15

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Syrian refugees: Are they really a threat to Canadian security?, Ron Atkey, Globe and Mail, September 14

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‘Before the courts’ is not an excuse, Lorne Sossin, CBC Radio The 180 with Jim Brown, September 13

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The Kim Davis debacle exposes the limits of religious liberty, Faisal Kutty and David Herzig, HuffPost, September 11

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What could Canada actually do to alleviate refugee crisis?, Sean Rehaag, Global News, September 11

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Osgoode to unveil provocative art installation, Cindy Blazevic, Canadian Lawyer's Legal Feeds Blog, September 10

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Law doesn’t address demand for surrogates, Sara Cohen, Advocate Daily, September 10

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How Harper sows fear of Muslims in pursuit of votes, Faisal Kutty, HuffPost, September 9

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Election 2015: Candidates Discuss Bill C-51, Ron Atkey, The Daily News (Nanaimo), September 8

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Demand for Canadian surrogates surging, industry insiders say, Sara Cohen, Yahoo! News CA, September 8

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Democracy from the ground up, Jamil Jivani and Michael Thorburn, CBC Metro Morning, September 8

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Osgoode announces $1M in new funding, Lorne Sossin, Law Times, September 8

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The Courthouse of the Future, Nicole Aylwin and Trevor C. W. Farrow, Canadian Lawyer 4Students, September 7

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In the pipelines’ path: Canada’s First Nations lead resistance, Signa A. Daum Shanks, Montreal Gazette, September 4

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Our response to refugee crisis could define us, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, London Free Press, September 4

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Student workers form union at Parkdale Community Legal Services, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, insideTORONTO.com, September 4

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Supreme Ontario Appeals Justice Marc Rosenberg Never Sat On Top Court, Marc Rosenberg, Globe and Mail, September 4

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Health and phys ed curriculum, Shakir Rahim, CBC Metro Morning, September 2

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Building legal education in Canada for the future, Lorne Sossin, Lexpert, September 1

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Be part of the solution, Edward J. Waitzer, Investment Executive (North York, ON), July 1

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Law school dean leaves Lakehead, Lisa Philipps, The Chronicle Journal (Thunder Bay, ON), June 30

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The Nadon reference: A unique challenge, Bruce B. Ryder, LawNow magazine (Edmonton, AB), June 30

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The FIPA with China restricts Canada’s options on climate change, Gus Van Harten, Globe and Mail, June 30

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Canada a world leader in surrendering its sovereignty, Gus Van Harten, The Battlefords News-Optimist (North Battleford, SK), June 29

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Courts likely to be next battleground for Canadian companies with foreign ops, Shin Imai, SNL Financial, June 24

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OceanaGold vs El Salvador: Foreshadowing ‘trade’ under the TPP?, Gus Van Harten, Telesur (Caracas, Venezuela), June 23

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Six tough questions about the China trade deal, Gus Van Harten, The Tyee (Vancouver, BC), June 22

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Why Stephen Harper’s ‘trade’ deals are losing their cachet: Walkom, Gus Van Harten, Toronto Star, June 19

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Half-baked China-Australia Free Trade Agreement is lopsided, Gus Van Harten and Kyla Tienhaara, Canberra Times (Australia), June 19

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Assisted Suicide, Joan M. Gilmour, CBC Radio Metro Morning, June 18

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Carding is a racist blot on the Canadian landscape, Allan C. Hutchinson, Toronto Star, June 18

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An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (requirements for labour organizations), Bruce B. Ryder, Exchange Magazine (Waterloo, ON), June 18

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Doubts over EU’s proposals for saving US trade deal, Gus Van Harten, Daily Mail Online (UK), June 16

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Advocates For The Wrongly Convicted, Lawyers, A Forensic Scientist And A Police Officer Weigh In On How To Fix The System, Alan N. Young, Toronto Star, June 14

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All about colour, ‘nothing else’, Knia Singh, Toronto Sun, June 13

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Municipal oversight, John Mascarin, Lawyers Weekly (Toronto/Ottawa, ON), June 12

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Live chat: Knia Singh on carding, Knia Singh, Toronto Sun, June 12

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Why it’s so hard to keep bad forensics out of the courtroom, Alan N. Young, Toronto Star, June 12

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Ontario falling short on accessibility goals, David Lepofsky, Toronto Star, June 11

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Judge strikes down Hamilton's bylaw to regulate Canada Post super-mailboxes, John Mascarin, CBC News, June 11

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Carding policy to be challenged in court; Osgoode Hall law student aims to have the police stops declared unconstitutional, and have the data destroyed, Knia Singh, Globe and Mail, June 11

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Analysis shows European Commission’s ‘improved’ corporate sovereignty model would actually make things much worse, Gus Van Harten, Techdirt (Redwood City, CA), June 11

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Is Harper the worst prime minister in history? Part two, Gus Van Harten, National Observer, June 7

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The business of Muslim-bashing in Canada, Faisal Kutty, Saudi Gazette (Saudi Arabia), June 5

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Opinion: Women should get tampons at no cost, Signa A. Daum Shanks, The StarPhoenix (Saskatoon), June 4

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Challenging Boardroom Homogeneity, Aaron A. Dhir, The Faculty Lounge, June 1

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Sold down the Yangtze: the story of Canada’s FIPA with China, Gus Van Harten, Radio Canada International, June 1

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Harper’s Petard? The Relationship between the Courts and the Executive under the Conservative Government, Lorne Sossin, The Harper Decade, May 28

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Kinder Morgan Underestimating Environmental, Health Risks Of Pipeline Expansion - Report, Andrée Boisselle, Vancouver Sun, May 27

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The US-EU trade treaty that could let corporations sue governments, Gus Van Harten, Aljazeera America, May 27

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Live-in caregivers, Fay Faraday, CBC Metro Morning, May 25

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‘Disembodied’ lawyers urged to get mindful, Faisal Bhabha, Lawyers Weekly (Toronto/Ottawa, ON), May 22

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Does Stephen Harper care about Muslims?, Faisal Bhabha, The Harper Decade, May 21

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The miseducation of Ontario’s new sex ed curriculum, Faisal Kutty, Huffington Post, May 21

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Why Powell River? asks aspiring lawyer, Robert Hainsworth, Peak Online (Powell River, BC), May 20