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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Genocide in Canada: debate after inquiry into deaths of indigenous women, ABC’s RN Drive, ABC’s RN Drive, June 12

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Organizers of upcoming fashion shows seek out Indigenous applicants from northern Ontario, AnishinabekNews.ca, AnishinabekNews.ca, March 21

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Professor Heidi Matthews’s KPFA (Berkeley) radio interview with Doug Henwood of “Behind the News” about Canada’s National Inquiry on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women finding of genocide, Behind the News, Behind the News, June 13

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How much does immigrating matter on which officer or judge you get? with Sean Rehaag, Borderlines Podcast, Borderlines Podcast, June 24

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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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Do-it-yourself regulation, CanadianLawyerMag.com, CanadianLawyerMag.com, May 27

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AG David Lametti could be SNC-Lavalin's last hope to avoid prosecution, CBC, CBC, March 10

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Are mandatory vaccines the solution to a looming health crisis — or fuel for conspiracies?, CBC, CBC Radio’s Cross Country Checkup, May 5

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Banning Huawei From Canada’s 5G Networks Could Be Costly for Taxpayers, CBC, CBC, February 17

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Besieged by Workers and the CRA, This Once-Mighty Translation Agency Is Facing Financial Ruin, CBC, CBC, February 13

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Delays in getting an elevator built in the Dupont subway station affecting people with disabilities who use the TTC, CBC, CBC Radio’s Metro Morning with Matt Galloway, May 13

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'It's a crapshoot': Asylum seekers fret over fateful day at Canada's immigration board, CBC, April 26

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Letters May Threaten but It’s Hard to Prove Hate Crimes, Experts Say, CBC, CBC, February 7

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Mayor Pushes for External Investigation Into Why Red Hill Report Was Lost, CBC, CBC, February 8

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Police charge 'helmet guy' with assault over violence at Hamilton Pride, CBC, CBC, June 26

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Ring of Fire development to be 'slow, contested' if Far North Act replacement stands as-is, legal expert says, CBC, CBC, April 17

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SNC-Lavalin affair: Splitting the AG role from the justice file is worth considering, say former AGs, experts, CBC, CBC, March 2

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The disturbing question of why Canada’s done so little to end money laundering: Don Pittis, CBC, CBC, May 21

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Female Lawyers Fighting for Equal Access in Courtroom Robing Rooms, CBC Radio, CBC Radio Metro Morning with Matt Galloway, February 12

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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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Dear Business Roundtable CEOs: Some tips on avoiding purpose-washing, Corporate Knights, corporateknights.com, September 6

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Closing the gender pay gap, CP24, CP24, April 9

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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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'Measles parties' are a 'terrible idea,' experts warn, CTVNews.ca, CTVNews.ca, April 14

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Moment of Truth, ELMNT FM, ELMNT FM, April 10

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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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Justice Minister and Attorney General — Jody Wilson-Raybould, Experts Suggest They Could Be Separated, Global News, Global News, February 28

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Doug Ford still holds upper hand in Beer Store talks, experts say, Globe and Mail, Globe and Mail, April 24

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Tax system narrows gender wealth gap, but divide remains: federal report, iPolitics, iPolitics, April 25

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

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LawBytes Podcast, Episode 16: The Copyright Review Report – Professor Carys Craig on the Roadmap for the Future of Canadian Copyright Law, LawBytes Podcast, LawBytes Podcast, June 15

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Do incumbents have an edge?, Law Times, Law Times, April 1

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Journal on international law and the ‘Global South’ to launch in 2020, Law Times, lawtimesnews.com, September 9

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

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Former dean, former chief justice of Ontario Superior Court share Justice Medal, lawtimesnews.com, October 25

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Small claims court mediation program leads to fair outcomes, participants say, lawtimesnews.com, lawtimesnews.com, September 17

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LSO Bencher Hopefuls Advocate for Recent Calls, Mental Health Awareness, Lawyer’s Daily, Lawyer’s Daily, February 4

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Report on Law School Tuition Highlights Impact of High Costs on Access, Diversity, Lawyer’s Daily, Lawyer’s Daily, February 5

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Some Twitter accounts not personal information, Alberta privacy commission rules, Lawyer’s Daily, Lawyer’s Daily, March 20

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The empathetic lawyer and client retention, LawyersDaily.ca, LawyersDaily.ca, May 21

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The race for the NBA championship and to define Andrew Scheer, macleans.ca, macleans.ca, June 10

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Academic Says New Trespass to Property Act Step in Wrong Direction, MBC Radio, MBC Radio, February 26

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Global treaty is leaving some countries vulnerable to increase in tobacco consumption, medicalxpress.com, medicalxpress.com, June 20

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Auditor General Michael Ferguson Remembered As ‘Passionate Fighter for Accountability’, National Post, National Post, February 2

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The Todd Veinotte Show, News 97.5 Halifax, News 97.5 Halifax, April 21

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Colonialism and climate change: Deborah McGregor calls for more Indigenous input, newsroom.carlton.ca, newsroom.carlton.ca, June 11

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Pride to survive: Queer refugees look to Toronto for a lifeline, nowtoronto.com, nowtoronto.com, June 19

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Where Indigenous art and law intersect, Nunatsiaq News, Nunatsiaq News, October 30

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The new European directive on copyright in the digital single market, OMNI News, OMNI News Italian Edition, April 23

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Associate Dean (Academic) Trevor Farrow provided expert testimony on solicitor-client privilege and judicial independence before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, ParlVU, ParlVU, February 20

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Dean (Interim) Mary Condon appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights regarding Remediation Agreements, the Shawcross Doctrine and Discussions between the Office of the Attorney General and Government Colleagues, ParlVU, ParlVU, February 25

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A long road, Report on Business Magazine, Report on Business Magazine, April 1

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B.C., feds struggle to close money laundering loophole, Richmond News, Richmond News, March 7

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

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People Are Dying Because of Canadian Mines. It’s Time for the Killing to Stop, The Globe and Mail, The Globe and Mail, February 19

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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

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Investment in access to justice more than pays for itself, report finds, thelawyersdaily.ca, October 24

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Osgoode Hall Law School podcast to launch Oct. 1, thelawyersdaily.ca, thelawyersdaily.ca, September 30

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Murder of Mexican mining protester throws spotlight on role of Canada’s embassies, The Star, The Star, March 24

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“This is not a woman’s issue; this is a human rights issue”: U of T groups host panel on diversity in STEM, The Varsity, The Varsity, March 9

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Ontario Progressive Conservatives Remove Ryan Gosling Image From Fundraising Message, Toronto Star, Toronto Star, February 6

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Was It Interference? We Asked Experts to Analyze Jody Wilson-Raybould’s Statement on SNC-Lavalin, Toronto Star, Toronto Star, February 28

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Trudeau Is Wrong to Back Intervention in Venezuela, Troy Media, Troy Media, February 4

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Qatar: UN expert welcomes solidarity agenda, urges more action on climate change and migrants’ human rights, UN Human Rights Media Release, UN Human Rights Media Release, September 11

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UN experts call for solidarity with people affected by Africa cyclone, United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner, United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner, April 1

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In a twist, Canada asks U.S. for help cracking down at its southern border, Washington Post, Washington Post, April 17

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At Foodora, A New Twist In Battle Over Contract Labor, Yahoo Finance, finance.yahoo.com, September 13

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