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 2020

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Indigenous communities not appropriately brought into constitutional structure: Civil justice advocate, BNN Bloomberg, bnnbloomberg.ca, February 27

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What you need to know about the Quarantine Act, Breakfast Television, bttoronto.ca, March 26

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The life and death of an undocumented construction worker, Broadview, broadview.org, February 25

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Renowned legal scholar and lawyer Peter Hogg dead at 80, Canadian Lawyer, canadianlawyermag.com, February 7

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Reaching out: A look at initiatives – old and new – to increase diversity in Canadian law schools., CBA/ABC National, nationalmagazine.ca, March 26

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Assessing the value of a life: COVID-19 triage orders mustn't work against those with disabilities, CBC News, cbc.ca, April 19

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Did the WHO mishandle the global coronavirus pandemic?, CBC News, cbc.ca, April 30

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Everybody is susceptible': Why younger Canadians may be helping fuel the spread of COVID-19, CBC News, cbc.ca, April 1

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Federal government orders regional impact assessment in Ring of Fire, CBC News, cbc.ca, February 18

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Tough choices' to make as Manitoba considers when to reopen schools, experts say, CBC News, cbc.ca, April 23

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Before the Plague, CoronaJournal, crisis-diary.net, April 26

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Canadians flown out of China will be quarantined for two weeks, CTV News, ctvnews.ca, February 3

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Canadians in China to be Airlifted Out Thursday, CTV News, ctvnews.ca, February 4

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Why more Canadians are declaring bankruptcy, CTV Your Morning, ctv.ca, January 8

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Oversight or interference? Jensen's pending departure sparks debate about government's relationship to OSC, Financial Post, business.financialpost.com, January 27

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General Appeal Podcast: Episode 2 - Distinction with a Difference, General Appeal Podcast, generalappealpodcast.libsyn.com, April 13

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Canada is flattening the coronavirus curve. That's good news, expert explains, Global News, globalnews.ca, April 17

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Coronavirus: Closing Canada’s border to refugees violates international law, experts say, Global News, globalnews.ca, March 20

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Coronavirus: How B.C. is bending the curve and why there is hope for Ontario and Quebec, Global News, globalnews.ca, April 7

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Coronavirus: We asked an expert your unanswered questions, Global News, globalnews.ca, March 5

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Here’s what we know about whether China misrepresented the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak, Global News, globalnews.ca, January 27

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How the new coronavirus compares to SARS, MERS, Ebola and other diseases, Global News, globalnews.ca, January 27

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Retired Osgoode Hall law professor pursues dream of becoming playwright, addresses gun violence, Global News, globalnews.ca, February 3

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Trudeau says Canada will turn back asylum seekers entering from U.S. during outbreak, iPolitics, ipolitics.ca, March 20

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Osgoode environmental clinic to help federal government assess proposed mining in northern Ontario, Law Times, lawtimesnews.com, February 24

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Andrew Scheer and Peter MacKay's throwback to civil-rights-era racial stereotypes, Macleans, macleans.ca, February 26

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Putting a Positive Spin on Things with Signa Daum Shanks, Ontario Bar Association, oba.org, April 23

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Solidarity key to post COVID-19 response, OpenGlobalRights, openglobalrights.org, April 28

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Axworthy, Charest, Okafor and Studin: Canada must defend its international civil servants against attack, Ottawa Citizen, ottawacitizen.com, April 20

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Trains bloqués : pourquoi la police met du temps à intervenir, Radio-Canada, ici.radio-canada.ca, February 12

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Equal Pay Day Canada 2020: Gender Wage Gap, Refinery29, refinery29.com, April 3

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Late Reaction to Pandemic Has Proven Costly, Regina Leader-Post, leaderpost.com, April 1

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Why the World Health Organization’s Response to COVID-19 Is Crucial to the Future of Public Health, Rolling Stone, rollingstone.com, March 31

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Wet'suwet'en: A Nation Dividedet'en: A Nation Divided, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, tvo.org, February 10

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What's the Deal with Creepiness?, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, tvo.org, February 4

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The Anti-Union Virus Inside the Emergency Powers: Lessons for Workers, The Bullet, socialistproject.ca, April 26

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Ottawa steps into ‘Ring of Fire’ debate with Doug Ford, The Conversation, theconversation.com, February 17

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What Freud tells us about Chair Girl – and ourselves, The Conversation, theconversation.com, February 9

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Canada should not join other countries in instituting travel restrictions – or in breaking international law, The Globe and Mail, theglobeandmail.com, February 13

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New Zealander Peter Hogg quietly shaped Canadian law, The Globe and Mail, theglobeandmail.com, February 21

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Ottawa yet to release virus projections, The Globe and Mail, theglobeandmail.com, April 2

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Who gets left behind when we are forced to triage scarce health resources?, The Hill Times, hilltimes.com, April 27

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Courts can learn to modernize through COVID-19 crisis, experts say, The Lawyer's Daily, thelawyersdaily.ca, March 20

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Judgment shows you can’t hide behind Internet and get away with defamation, lawyers say, The Lawyer's Daily, thelawyersdaily.ca, January 23

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Canada's ‘Ring of Fire’ Is Loaded with Mineral Deposits But..., The National Interest, nationalinterest.org, February 19

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Putting entire Canadian city under quarantine to contain virus inconceivable, unenforceable: expert, The National Post, nationalpost.com, January 23

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Court orders should not be required for health care workers to get PPEs, The Toronto Star, thestar.com, April 30

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Quarantine of any coronavirus infected cruise ship possible in Canadian waters, officials say, The Toronto Star, thestar.com, February 10

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Whose law is it anyway? Part 1: Wetʼsuwetʼen and Indigenous rights, TVO, tvo.org, February 19

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Coronavirus travel bans violate international law and put the world at risk, says Canadian researcher, Vancouver Sun, vancouversun.com, February 16

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Kent McNeil: Pipeline protests and the rule of law, Vancouver Sun, vancouversun.com, February 21

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Looking at the pandemic response: Q-and-A with global health Professor Steven Hoffman, Yfile, yfile.news.yorku.ca, April 27

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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Celadon Leaves Former Drivers Hanging Without Bankruptcy Filing In Canada, FreightWaves, benzinga.com, December 24

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Are bank algorithms sexist? How tech might be working against women, Global News, globalnews.ca, November 30

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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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Refugee judge asks woman why her husband wouldn’t ‘just kill’ her, Global News, globalnews.ca, November 27

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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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Judiciary’s comments on women come to fore, Law Times, lawtimesnews.com/, December 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