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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Ottawa At Work with Leslie Roberts for Wednesday August 5th, 2020, 580 CFRA, omny.fm, August 5

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Out of sight, out of mind': Abuse in migrant work system, despite how essential they are to food supply, AM640 - The Morning Show, omny.fm, May 12

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This is personal': Canadians should be outraged by the unfair treatment of migrant workers, AM640 - The Morning Show, omny.fm, June 9

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Legal analysis suggests CPPIB not doing enough to transition to lower-carbon assets, Benefits Canada, benefitscanada.com, September 18

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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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Binational partnership calls on the Canadian Pension Plan to divest from its Colorado oil and gas holdings, Boulder Weekly, boulderweekly.com, September 17

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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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The Justice Crisis: A New Book about Access to Justice in Canada, Canadian Forum on Civil Justice CFCJ/FCJC, cfcj-fcjc.org, September 2

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

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Workplace safety in Canada: Where it all started, Canadian Occupational Safety, thesafetymag.com, November 19

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COVID-19 and the risk of foreign investor challenges, CBA/ABC National, nationalmagazine.ca, September 9

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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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Covert calls for help – a hotline for migrant workers, CBC News, cbc.ca, June 23

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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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Far-right extremists getting bolder as threatening behaviour goes unchecked, police warned, CBC News, cbc.ca, May 11

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

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Legal experts call for halt to 'mining as usual' during pandemic, CBC News, cbc.ca, June 9

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Mother of newborn twins denied exemption to return to home province of N.L., CBC News, cbc.ca, June 30

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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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Why a 2nd wave of COVID-19 is more dangerous than it looks, CBC News, cbc.ca, October 3

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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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W5: Tough times for Canada's invisible migrant workforce, CTV: W5, youtube.com, September 26

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

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Proposed changes to workplace safety rules, compensation a 'step back': Labour experts, Edmonton Journal, edmontonjournal.com, November 16

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Supreme Court to hear significant York University copyright case, Excalibur, excal.on.ca, October 27

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FACL Ontario Podcast: Race and Identity in the Law, Part 1, FACL Ontario, blubrry.com, September 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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Across the world, coronavirus hits poor neighbourhoods harder. Here's why, Global News, globalnews.ca, May 20

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As Canada reopens, are we ready for a second wave of coronavirus infection?, Global News, globalnews.ca, May 14

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Canada hits 100,000 coronavirus cases, and we're not out of the woods yet, Global News, globalnews.ca, June 18

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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 death graph shows how March's lockdown saved lives: expert, Global News, globalnews.ca, May 12

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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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Mobs are attacking Indigenous fisheries in Nova Scotia. Here's what's going on, Global News, Globalnews.ca, October 19

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Montreal activists denounce recent protests against Mi’kmaq fishermen in Nova Scotia, Global News, globalnews.ca, November 1

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Ontario's mixed messaging on coronavirus is leading to distrust in province, experts say, Global News, Globalnews.ca, October 6

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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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Will students return to campus next year? Probably not, experts say, Global News, globalnews.ca, May 26

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The importance of rethinking the way Indigenous treaty rights are viewed in the wake of attacks against Mi'kmaq fisheries in Nova Scotia, Global News Radio, omny.fm, October 23

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Support lacking for investor advocates: Governments and regulators aren't funding independent advocacy, Investment Executive, investmentexecutive.com/, October 1

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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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Benjamin Berger, Osgoode professor, elected to board of Justice Studies Centre of the Americas, Law Times, lawtimesnews.com, November 4

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Increasing Access to justice requires culture shift not just lower lawyer fees: new book, Law Times, lawtimesnews.com, September 3

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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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Triage in the Pandemic: How to Choose Who to Save?, L-express, l-express.ca, June 19

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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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Academic panel presents perspectives on environmental racism in Canada, McGill Tribune, mcgilltribune.com, September 29

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Charter protections in pandemic times, National Magazine, nationalmagazine.ca, June 15

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The COVID-19 pandemic is changing how students cheat, and get caught, National Observer, nationalobserver.com, September 28

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Charging incels with terrorism won't protect sex workers, Now Toronto, nowtoronto.com, May 28

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Law professor denied entry to province calls travel ban unconstitutional, NTV, ntv.ca, June 28

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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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A simple, low-cost bankruptcy option for Canada's insolvency system, Policy Options, policyoptions.irpp.org, May 18

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Le protocole de triage de l’Ontario sème l’émoi chez les personnes handicapées, Radio-Canada, Radio-Canada.ca, October 3

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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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Investing in the honest truth, The Catholic Register, catholicregister.org, October 2

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Cities must end homeless camp evictions during the coronavirus pandemic, The Conversation, theconversation.com, June 9

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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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Whose travel is 'essential' during coronavirus: Hockey players or asylum-seekers?, The Conversation, theconversation.com, June 17

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CPPIB says excluding fossil fuels from its portfolio would be 'an active short on human ingenuity', The Financial Post, financialpost.com, October 23

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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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How Canada's longest-serving judge made ‚"Campbelling" part of the legal lexicon for refugee cases, The Globe and Mail, theglobeandmail.com, September 8

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

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Opinion: The pandemic is increasing the gap between the haves and have nots, The Globe and Mail, theglobeandmail.com, May 20

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

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The pandemic has exposed the precarious economic situation of many Canadian families, The Globe and Mail, theglobeandmail.com, June 14

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Wet'suwet'en sign historic deal to negotiate land rights, The Guardian, theguardian.com, May 15

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New judicial expense disclosures strike ‘right balance,’ say legal advocates, The Hill Times, hilltimes.com, November 11

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Reconciliation isn’t up to Indigenous folks, The Hill Times, hilltimes.com/, June 22

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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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Current model of lawyering unequally distributes legal power in society, scholar says, The Lawyer's Daily, thelawyersdaily.ca, October 29

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Decision on Internet rates called win for fair pricing in Canada, The Lawyer's Daily, thelawyersdaily.ca, September 17

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Despite setback, plaintiffs in climate constitutional challenge plan to move forward, The Lawyer's Daily, thelawyersdaily.ca, November 16

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Ex-dean of Osgoode Hall appointed to Court of Appeal for Ontario, The Lawyer's Daily, thelawyersdaily.ca, November 26

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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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Labour board decision underlines need for systemic change to support migrant workers, says lawyer, The Lawyer's Daily, thelawyersdaily.ca, November 19

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Ontario Court of Appeal flinches in face of 500-page factum, The Lawyer's Daily, thelawyersdaily.ca, September 9

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Courts need new ideas to safely resume jury trials, selection, lawyers say, The Lawyers' Daily, thelawyersdaily.ca, June 11

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LawPRO loses out on potential $87.8M tax windfall in Federal Court of Appeal decision, The Lawyers' Daily, thelawyersdaily.ca, June 2

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The battle for the 'breathing lands': Ontario's Ring of Fire and the fate of its carbon-rich peatlands, The Narwhal, thenarwhal.ca, July 11