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 2019

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Unresolved Land Claim at Heart of Wet’suwet’en Pipeline Opposition, Burns Lake Lakes District News, Burns Lake Lakes District News, January 21

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A 130-Year-Old Bar Exam: Could You Pass?, Canadian Lawyer, Canadian Lawyer, January 28

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Securities Commissions Asked to Investigate Ahead of Mining Companies Merger, Canadian Lawyer, Canadian Lawyer, January 3

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Canadians Are Sometimes Pressured to Confess to Crimes They Didn’t Commit, CBC The Passionate Eye, CBC The Passionate Eye, January 5

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Metrolinx to Ban Recreational Pot Use for Some Workers, Union to Fight Move, CTV News, CTV News, January 28

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Montreal MP David Lametti Becomes Justice Minister As Trudeau Shuffles Cabinet, CTV News, CTV News, January 14

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Days Before Merger, Complaints Filed Asking for Investigation of Pan American and Tahoe Resources, Financial Post, Financial Post, January 3

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Carys Craig on Critical Approaches to Copyright Theory, Ipse Dixit podcast, Ipse Dixit podcast, January 24

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Osgoode Alumni Call for Lower Tuition, Law Times, Law Times, January 14

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Probe Sought Into Canadian-Owned Mine in Guatemala, The Catholic Register, The Catholic Register, January 9

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Counsel Praises Crown for ‘Holistic’ Approach Using Indigenous Mediation Circle in Manitoba, The Lawyer’s Daily, The Lawyer’s Daily, January 28

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Court Must Balance Rules of Evidence While Recognizing Indigenous Traditions, B.C. Judge Rules, The Lawyer’s Daily, The Lawyer’s Daily, January 17

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SCC to Look at Constitutionality of Genetic Discrimination Ban Nixed by Ex-AG Canada but Supported by New AG, The Lawyer’s Daily, The Lawyer’s Daily, January 24

Media Mentions from 2018

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70% of Roma Refugee Claims Now Positive in Ontario, After Years of Low Success Rates, CBC News, February 7

After Hiding in a Church for Months, Woman to Be Deported — Because Canadian Government Says She Lied About Being Gay, Global News, October 10

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Balancing Rights in Ubc Freedom of Expression Statement No Easy Task: Observer, The Lawyer's Daily, January 29

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B.C. Firm Seeks to Reopen Troubled Guatemalan Mine, BIV, December 12

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California Just Passed a Law Requiring More Women on Boards. It Matters, Even If It Fails, Vox, October 3

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Canada Seems Ready to Break Three International Treaties to Legalize Cannabis, Leafly, February 27

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Canada Summer Jobs: Attestation Sparks Debate Over Government Overreach, TheCourt.ca, October 30

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Cbc Doc on Forced Resignation of Justice Le Dain a Scathing Look at Legal Profession | Julius Melnitzer, The Lawyer's Daily, January 12

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CBC Radio Doc Tells Story behind Gerald Le Dain’s Resignation from SCC, Canadian Lawyer Magazine, January 11

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Exxon Sued in U.S. for Allegedly Lowballing Alberta Oilsands’ Carbon Costs, Financial Post, October 26

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Family Lawyers Prefer Alternative Methods, but Many Cases Will Always Require a Courtroom, Canadian Lawyer, March 8

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First-Ever Indigenous-Led Summit to Focus on Moving Past the Indian Act, Nishnawbe Aski Nation, March 26

Five Female Firsts in the UK Legal Profession, UK website posting for International Women's Day, March 8

Former Osgoode Dean Appointed to Superior Court of Ontario, Canadian Lawyer, December 14

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Gender Pay Gap Exists Among Recent College and University Graduates: Study, The London Free Press, December 5

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Here’s What a World of Net-Zero Carbon Emissions Looks Like, Global News, December 3

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How Canada Barred Adoptions From Muslim Countries — And Used Shariah Law to Do It, CBC News, October 29

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How Do We Understand Sexual Pleasure in This Age of ‘Consent’, Aeon, March 7

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Improving Legal Aid and Access to Justice, TVO The Agenda with Steve Paikin, December 12

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In Memory of Professor Simon Fodden, TheCourt.ca, February 13

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Investor Protection Clinic Data Reveals Barriers, Access to Justice Issues for Securities Law, Canadian Lawyer, October 17

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Investors Press for SEC Rule on ESG Disclosure, Corporate Secretary, October 9

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John Ivison: Liberal Foot-Dragging On Prostitution Law May Lead to Charter Challenge, National Post, January 18

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Law Professor Considers Real ‘Win’ of High-Stakes Métis Court Case, Brainstorm (a special edition of YFile), October 5

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Legal Researchers Across Canada Delve Into Stanley Trial, Saskatoon StarPhoenix, March 21

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Legal Think-Tank Doing ‘Deep Dive’ Into Gerald Stanley Trial, CBC News, March 20

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Lien Master Urges Better Construction Contracts, Daily Commercial News, December 14

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Lovers & Fighters: What Millennial Workers Love Enough to Fight for – Episode 2 – Closing the Gender Pay Gap, Atkinson Live - podcast, October 29

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LSO Examines Its Role in Legal Aid, Law Times, January 29

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Media Giants Win Injunction in Copyright Infringement Case Against Website, The Lawyer's Daily, March 1

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Oct. 6: The Kavanaugh Spectacle. Plus Other Letters to the Editor, The Globe and Mail - Letters to the Editor, October 6

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Ontario Moving Forward With Legal Challenge of Federal Carbon Tax, CTV News, November 30

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Opening the Academy, Canadian Lawyer, March 13

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Osgoode Dean Steps Down, Excalibur, March 11

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Osgoode Hall Law School TAs, Grad Assistants, Contract Faculty All Part of York University Strike, Canadian Lawyer, March 5

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Osgoode Introduces Mandatory Indigenous and Aboriginal Law, Slaw, March 18

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Osgoode Investor Protection Clinic Receives $80K in Court-Directed Award, Canadian Lawyer, April 16

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Ottawa Creates Office to Investigate Human Rights Abuses Linked to Canadian Companies Abroad, The Star, January 17

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P.E.I. Appeal Court Judges in Training on Sexual Assault Law, The Guardian, October 3

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Perp Walk Politics: The Downsides of the Blue Carpet, Pacific Standard, June 4

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Petition Put to SEC for Framework on ESG Disclosure Rulemaking, The Global Legal Post, October 10

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Professor Sean Rehaag Appears Before Parliament’s Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration to Discuss His Refugee Research, ParlVu, March 27

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Professor Steven Hoffman Testifies Before Standing Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade Re. Cannabis Legislation, ParlVu, March 22

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Quebec’s Underground Cannabis Market Isn’t All ‘Bikers and Mafia,’ Grower Says, CBC News, October 15

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Reports Cite Heavy Toll of Legal Problems on Canadian Society, The Lawyer's Daily, February 12

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Retiring Osgoode Dean Contemplates Future of Legal Education, The Lawyer's Daily, February 2

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SCC Hears Canada and Quebec AGs Arguments on National Securities Regulator, Canadian Lawyer, March 22

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SEC Petition, Senate Bill Seek Rules on ESG Disclosures, Compliance Week Blog, October 5

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SEC Urged by Institutions to Mandate ESG Disclosure, Pensions & Investments, October 2

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Sossin Headed to Bench, Law Times, December 17

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Toronto Judge Rules Drug Law Constitutional at Time of Project Claudia Pot Raids, The Star, March 23

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Training Yesterday’s Lawyers, Canadian Lawyer, February 5

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Why Hiring More Judges Won’t Necessarily Speed Up the Justice System, The Star, March 9

Why Some Experts Say Scrapping Part of NAFTA’s Ch. 11 Is Canada’s Biggest Win With USMCA, Global News, October 5

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Why the U.S. Agreed to Scrap NAFTA’s Chapter 11, CBA National, October 5

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Will Canada Finally Deal with Its Afghan War Skeletons?, The Globe and Mail, January 5

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Tips for L1, Canadian Lawyer, Canadian Lawyer magazine, September 24

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Lots of Baloney in Singh’s Claim Bill Ending Postal Strikes Is Most Draconian, Canadian Press, Canadian Press, November 29

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$250K Investment Mystery: Accountant Admits in Recorded Call He Doesn’t Know Where Money Is, CBC News, CBC News, November 25

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Provincial Money Ends for Ring of Fire Talks As Matawa Chiefs Await Response, Negotiator Says, CBC News, CBC News, November 9

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Politics May Increasingly Override the Rights of Canadians, Warns Law Professor, CBC Radio, CBC Radio, November 25

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This Clinic at Osgoode Hall Law School Helps People Who Face Financial Fraud, CBC Radio Metro Morning with Matt Galloway, CBC Listen, November 28

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Free Speech Consultation, Excalibur, Excalibur, November 8

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Indigenous and Aboriginal Laws Revamped, Excalibur, Excalibur, September 21

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Three for Reforms, Excalibur, Excalibur, November 15

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The Value of Empathy, Financial Post, Financial Post, November 22

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Canada, 4 Other Countries Home to Most of the World’s Wildlife — Are They Doing Enough to Save It?, Global News, Global News, November 1

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Government Using Ancestry Websites to Deport Immigrants: Lawyer, Court Documents, Global News, Global News, November 1

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Faire Briller Les Valeurs Conservatrices, La Presse, La Presse, September 19

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Professor Heidi Matthews in “Behind the News” Interview Offers a Critical Perspective of the #MeToo Movement as it Approaches its First Anniversary, Heidi Matthews, Behind the News, September 7

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Contempt for Courts? Critics Denounce Disdain for Rule of Law in Ontario, U.S., National Post, National Post, November 23

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B.C. Lawsuit Against Drug Manufacturers May Be Legal but Perhaps Not Ethical: Law Professors, North Shore News, North Shore News, November 21

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50 Ways Universities Are Partnering With Employers, Ontario Universities, Ontario Universities, November 14

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What Can We Learn From the Stanley Trial?, Policy Options, Policy Options, September 24

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Bradford to Add Another Layer of Accountability With Integrity Watchdog, Simcoe.com, Bradford West Gwillimbury Topic, September 19

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Capitalism: A Crime Story – Harry Glasbeek Book Launch, Socialist Project, Socialist Project, November 18

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A Legal Disruptor, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, September 25

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Courts, Not Judicial Council, Should Review Judges’ Conduct, Says Federal Court Justice, The Globe and Mail, The Globe and Mail, September 4

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Changes and Updates to Intellectual Property Law a ‘Field Day’ for Lawyers: Expert, The Lawyer’s Daily, The Lawyer’s Daily, November 20

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Reforms Urged to Reduce Federal Court’s ‘Arbitrary’ Dismissal of Refugee Claims, The Lawyer’s Daily, The Lawyer's Daily, September 21

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Refugee Board Releases Guide to Deal With Bad Lawyers, Consultants, The Star, The Star, September 19

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First Nations Say They Paid a Heavy Price When the Tories Scrapped Renewable-Energy Projects, TVO, TVO, November 20

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Visit to the Netherlands, United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner, United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner, November 14

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Migrant Caravan: States Have Duty to Protect Human Rights, United Nations Human Rights Office of the Hight Commissioner, United Nations Human Rights Office of the Hight Commissioner, November 28

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The rise of Aboriginal law, University Affairs, University Affairs, September 5

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Eighty Law Professors, Including 14 Osgoode Professors, Send Letter to Ontario Premier and the Attorney-General Critical of the Provincial Government’s Use of the Notwithstanding Clause, various, September 18

Media Mentions from 2017

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Aboriginal Youth-Driven Workshop Proposes Apps For More Accessible Justice System, Excalibur, September 11