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 2016

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Regulators Restrain a ‘Public Interest’ Push on Poison Pills, Financial Post, March 8

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Request for Bikini Photo in Line with ‘Open Court’, National Post, February 5

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Retiring Justice Thomas Cromwell Brought Clarity, Passion for Improving Access to Justice, Toronto Star, September 14

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Robert Pickton Can’t Be Prevented From Profiting From Memoir, CBC News, February 23

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‘Room Left to Grow’: Canada’s First Aboriginal Justice Minister One Year In, Canadian Press/Times Colonist, October 23

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RU Considers Unique Approach to Legal Education, Eyeopener, March 1

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Ruling Favours Privacy Rights of Survivors, Law Times, May 2

School Abuse Victims’ Privacy Rights Upheld, Lawyers Weekly, April 29

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‘Sea Change’ Wave Crashing on Robin Camp, The Lawyers Weekly, December 16

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Sectarian War In Syria Introduced New Gender-Based Crimes, The World Post, February 16

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Se reportan más de 400 incidentes de violencia vinculados con las explotaciones mineras canadienses en América Latina durante los últimos 15 años, Biodiversidad en Americal Latina y El Caribe, October 26

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Serious Injuries Sustained in Reported Armed Robbery, but Arrest Made in Fall Sexual Assault, Excalibur, January 14

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Shareholder Activism Examined, bpmmagazine.com, September 27

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'Shopping While Black’ Focus Of Ontario Human Rights Commission Report, CBC News, February 17

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‘Shopping While Black’: Marketplace Finds Some Shoppers Targeted By Retailers Because Of Race, CBC News, February 24

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Six Graduate Researchers Honoured with Thesis Prize Including Osgoode’s Dana Phillips, YFile, May 5

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Stock Exchange Cracks Down After Stream of ‘Shell’ Companies Make it to Market, Financial Post, March 7

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Strict Review of Standard Texts is SCC’s Direction, Lawyers Weekly, September 30

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Summer Caseworkers at Parkdale Community Legal Services Ratify Their First Collective Agreement, Inside Toronto, February 24

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Summer Study Abroad Programme: Experiential Learning for CUHK Law Students, Hong Kong Lawyer, September 22

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Supporters Express Shock after Prominent Preacher Charged In Historic Sex Assault, CP24, February 2

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Supreme Court Appointment Makes History While Keeping Traditional Regional Balance, National Post, October 17

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Supreme Court Justice Cromwell to Retire, Inside Toronto, March 23

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Supreme Court Justice Thomas Cromwell to Retire in September, Metro News, March 22

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Supreme Court Nominee Criticized Over Ruling in Sex Assault Case Appeal, Toronto Star, October 21

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Supreme Court Rules Police Can Swab a Suspected Rapist Without a Warrant, Globe & Mail, June 23

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Survivor of St. John’s Sexual Assault Suing Police and Province for Failing to Warn Public a Predator Was Lurking, Ottawa Citizen, September 18

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Task Force Report on Medical Regulatory Bodies Kept Secret Over Defamation Concerns, Toronto Star, July 13

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The Disturbing Agenda to Rewrite India’s History, Toronto Star, June 29

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The Diversity Advantage, The Atlantic, February 16

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The Fatal Hunting Accident That Saw Former NHL Star Stan Jonathan Kill Peter Kosid In 2012, Inside Halton, January 23

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The Law When It Comes to Defending Your Property, Toronto Star, February 4

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The Limits Of Open Justice, Canadian Lawyer, April 4

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The Mural and the Damage Done, Canadian Jewish News, February 3

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There’s No Easy Way to Combat Radicalization on Belgium, Vice News, March 23

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The Road Not Taken: Bernardo Judge Considered Priesthood, CBC News, January 31

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These Women Are Ready, Willing and Waiting for a Seat at the Board Table, Metro, December 1

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The TPP Hands Control Over Trade to the World’s Wealthiest, Huffington Post, January 20

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This Company Lends Money to Pay for Your Divorce, Toronto Star, April 19

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Those Living in Glass Houses Shouldn’t Throw Stones, The Express Tribune, May 7

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Three York University Faculty Appointed to the Order of Canada, YFile, July 7

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Time for Egypt to Allow Khaled al-Qazzaz to Return Home, Middle East Eye, May 10

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Time to Overhaul Canada’s No-Fly Program, Toronto Star, January 15

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Tina Fontaine's Alleged Killer Says Police Fabricated Evidence, CBC News, November 6

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Tongue Tied: The No Comment, Comment, CaledonEnterprise.com, March 2

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Toronto Innocence Project Tackles 1983 Brantford Murder Case, Brantford Expositor, January 15

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Toronto Ombudsman Says Regular Complaints Continue to Rise, Toronto Star, March 24

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Toronto Overtakes Vancouver as Country’s Cannabis Capital, Globe & Mail, May 6

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Tory Says Changes are Necessary to Modernize Policing, CTV News, January 19

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Transcanada the Underdog in NAFTA Gambit Over Keystone XL Rejection, Globe and Mail, January 7

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Trans Pacific Partnerships’ Major Problem – Investor-State Dispute Settlements, Nuclear News, September 12

TRC Will Have ‘Enduring’ Impact on Law Schools, Law Times, May 4

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Trudeau, EU Leaders Sign Canada-European Union Free-Trade Deal, Times Colonist, October 30

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Trudeau’s Pick for Pot Czar Raises Eyebrows: Critics Question Whether Former Police Chief Bill Blair is Best Man for the Job, Toronto Star, January 9

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Trump Hat Judge Faces Potential Bias Application, The Hamilton Spectator, November 18

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TTC Faces Tough Road Ahead With Random Drug Testing Program: Expert, CP24, April 20

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TWU Heads for Top Court After Losing Appeal, The Lawyers Weekly, July 11

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UN Appointment Creates Controversy; Naming Of Canadian Professor Seen As ‘Anti-Israeli Activist’ to Position Involving Situation in Palestinian Territories Meets with Ire, Globe & Mail, March 31

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Uneasiness Over Ruling Buying Time, The Lawyers Weekly, January 25

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Unintended Consequences of Mandatory Charging for Domestic Abuse, Raise the Hammer, February 3

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Universities Cannot Thrive When Some Students Feel Unwelcome, Canadian Jewish News, February 2

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UN Scandal With A Canadian Twist: New Human-Rights Rapporteur Says He’s Not Anti-Israel, National Post, March 28

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Upward Grind In Crude Prices Expected to End, BNN, February 23

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Violences Liées aux Activités Minières en Amérique Latine, La Presse, October 24

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Walloon Acceptance of Flawed Canada-Europe Trade Deal Does Canada No Favours: Walkom, Toronto Star, October 28

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Watchdogs, Oversight and Ontario's Thin Blue Line: How the Stakes Got So High, Ottawa Citizen, July 8

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We Need Canadian Courts to Uphold the Spirit of our Tax Laws, Globe & Mail, June 3

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‘We Shouldn’t be Ticketing Homeless, Unwell People,’ Former Attorney General Says, CBC News, October 5

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What, Like It's Hard?, Varsity, September 18

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What Trade Rules Can Canada Turn to if Trump Rips Up NAFTA?, Globe and Mail, December 13

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Why Anti-Muslim Hate Statistics Don’t Tell the Full Story, The Express Tribune, April 23

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Why Are Fewer Students Applying to Law School?, Precedent, May 24

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Why Canada’s Cities Aren’t Cracking Down on Marijuana Stores, Globe & Mail, May 5

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Why Don't We Have the Same Driving Laws All Across Canada?, Globe and Mail, December 13

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Why Innocent Kids Confess to Crimes, Toronto Star, January 17

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Why It’s a Bad Idea to be Your Own Lawyer in Divorce Court, AdvocateDaily.com, July 5

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Why Judicial Independence Must Include Diversity, CBC.ca, September 25

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Will Marijuana Legalization Push The Pusher Out Of Business?, Globe & Mail, February 16

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Wrestling with Media’s Access in Assisted Death, Lawyers Weekly, March 25

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Yakabuski Apologizes for Reference Letter to Supporter Charged with Sexual Assault, CBC News, October 4

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York University Offers 5,000-Plus Pathways to a Degree, Toronto Star, September 15

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York University’s ‘Inclusion’ Committee Stacked with Anti-Israel Faculty, Jewish Group Charges, National Post, April 6

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York University Site of Child Welfare Symposium, Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, October 21

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Your Daily Spiel for Wednesday, Canadian Jewish News, February 3

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Climate Change: A Constitutional Puzzle, Allan C. Hutchinson, Globe & Mail, April 27

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What the U.S. Can teach Canada About Supreme Court Appointments, Allan C. Hutchinson, Globe & Mail, April 7

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Ottawa Should Shutter the Office of Religious Freedom, Bruce B. Ryder, Toronto Star, February 25

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Redesigning The Economy, Shanthi Senthe Senthe, The Islamic Monthly, April 19

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Commentary: John Kasich Trumped By Canada’s Anti-Spam Law?, Barry B. Sookman, Cable & Telecom, March 23

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My Appearance Before the Trade Committee on the TPP, Barry B. Sookman, Barry Sookman, May 5

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Why Canada has Nothing to Fear Over TPP and Intellectual Property, Barry B. Sookman, Financial Post, January 6

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The Goal of Legalized Cannabis Shouldn’t Be Corporate Gold, Alan Young, Globe & Mail, June 16

Media Mentions from 2015

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30 public sector procurement specialists participating in training course, Jamaica Information Service, February 23

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Access to Justice in International Tort Cases: Chevron Corporation v Yaiguaje, OBA.org, September 21

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Activism Gets Granular, Lexpert Magazine, February 1

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Adam Dodek: Pull back the curtain on the Harper-Trudeau transition, Ottawa Citizen, October 26

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Addressing global mental health: The role of sustainable development goals, Juxtaposition, November 13

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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, Toronto Star, June 14

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Against all odds, Legal Aid Ontario is getting better: Goar, Toronto Star, March 27

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Alain Philippon phone password case: Powers of border agents and police differ, CBC News, March 6