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Submissions from 2022

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Working from a distance: remote or removed?, Nicola Countouris and Valerio De Stefano

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Copyright Ownership of Movies and Films in Canada: Who's on First?, David Vaver

Submissions from 2021

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20 years later, Walkerton Inquiry members discuss impact of recommendations with WCWC staff, Colin Burrowes and Gus Van Harten

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Asking ‘Isaac Pewton’ to innovate out of a crisis, Giuseppina D'Agostino

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Travel Restrictions Between Canada and Latin America, Yemisi Dina, Sooin Kim, and Alexia Loumankis

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COVID-19’s impact on migrant workers adds urgency to calls for permanent status, Fay Faraday

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The pandemic and capitalism’s essential workers, Harry Glasbeek

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Breaking down the carbon tax decision, Allan C. Hutchinson

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From a constitutional perspective, many pandemic responses are on shaky ground, Allan C. Hutchinson

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If Canada is serious about reconciliation, we need an Indigenous Supreme Court judge, Kent McNeil

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Letter of April 21, 2021, from Craig Scott to Canadian Judicial Council Review Panel in Justice David Spiro Proceeding (CJC File 20-0260) Concerning the Reliability of the University of Toronto Cromwell Report & “For the Record”, Cover Note on Letter of April 21, 2021, and on May 20, 2021, Canadian Judicial Council Disposition in Justice David Spiro Proceeding (CJC File 20-0260) (April 21, 2021 & June 2, 2021), Craig M. Scott

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Ottawa steps into ‘Ring of Fire’ debate with Doug Ford, Dayna Scott

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The Wonderful World of Patents: "They Do Things Differently There", David Vaver

Submissions from 2020

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Copyright limits and learning: lessons from the covid-19 quarantine, Carys Craig

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Reconciliation isn’t up to Indigenous folks, Signa A. Daum Shanks

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Justice leadership in a pandemic, Maaike de Langen and Trevor C. W. Farrow

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Canada’s Big Chances to Address Environmental Racism, Fiona Koza, Naolo Charles, Jennifer Beeman, Ingrid Waldron, Dayna Scott, and Kristian Ferreira

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Mining push continues despite water crisis in Neskantaga First Nation and Ontario’s Ring of Fire, Dayna Scott and Deborah Cowen

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Court orders should not be required for health care workers to get PPEs, Eric M Tucker

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The Anti-Union Virus Inside the Emergency Powers: Lessons for Workers, Eric M Tucker and Harry J. Glasbeek

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New analysis finds Canada Pension Plan is heavily invested in six high-carbon companies, Cynthia Williams

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‘Troubling Incrementalism’: how the CPPIB is failing the environment, Cynthia Williams

Submissions from 2019

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Guest Writer: Canada and the Palestinians: Out of Balance, Faisal Bhabha

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Oh Canada! True Patriot Love (for Thy Copyright Act Review), Carys Craig

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We failed to treat missing and murdered Indigenous women like people, but I know we can change, Signa A. Daum Shanks

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What’s a Non-Indigenous Woman to Do? Some ideas about how to be an Ally, Signa A. Daum Shanks

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Ontario’s legal aid cuts will leave refugee claimants more vulnerable, John Evans Justice

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The next battles against tobacco must be fought in the world’s major cities, Steven Hoffman and Mathieu Poirier

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Osgoode Sim Client Project, Paul Maharg

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Biden’s status as Democratic front-runner reveals #MeToo as weak political strategy, Heidi Matthews

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Opinion: What the debate around Indigenous genocide says about Canada, Heidi Matthews

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Kent McNeil: Arresting Indigenous Protesters Is Not the Way to Reconciliation, Kent McNeil

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A growing source of Canadian asylum-seekers: US citizens whose parents were born elsewhere, Sean Rehaag

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Closing the Canada-U.S. asylum border agreement loophole? Not so fast, Sean Rehaag

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Ontario’s cuts to legal aid for refugees: Racist, xenophobic and possibly unconstitutional, Sean Rehaag and Sharry Aiken

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Moving Forward With Palestine, the State, Craig Scott

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The Danger in Normalizing Political Interference, Craig Scott

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'Trust Us' doesn’t cut it on the SNC-Lavalin affair, Craig Scott

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Feds’ corporate law reform may create more problems than it solves, Edward Waitzer

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Waitzer, Sarro – Corporate Law Reform: Focusing on Issues that Matter, Edward Waitzer and Douglas Sarro

Submissions from 2018

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Canada’s Financial Sector Is Missing in Action on Climate Change, Celine Bak and Edward J. Waitzer

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Fighting the Flu: We Need a New Kind of Intelligence, Alan Bernstein and Steven Hoffman

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How the IP Strategy Could Transform Canadian Innovation, Giuseppina D'Agostino

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Legal and Systemic Issues Left Unexplained in Stanley Trial, Signa A. Daum Shanks

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Regional Integration Among African Nations – The Birth of AfCFTA, Yemisi Dina

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Killing Should Not Be Justified to Protect Property, Alexandra Flynn and Estair Van Wagner

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Central Bank Digital Currencies: The New Era of Modern-Day Banking, Benjamin Geva

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A Portrait of an SCC Tigress, Philip Girard

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Mass Murder and Capital Punishment, Philip Girard

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Corporations As Invisible Friends, Harry Glasbeek

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History of Labour Rights in Canada: Big and Small Lies We Accept, Harry J. Glasbeek

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No, Doug Ford Is Not Defying Constitutional Law, Allan C. Hutchinson

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Ottawa Still Has a Duty to Consult With Indigenous Peoples, Allan C. Hutchinson

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Through a Digital Glass Darkly: Regulating Cryptocurrencies, Allan C. Hutchinson

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As We Remember VE Day, Remember Too the German Women Who Were Raped, Heidi Matthews

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If Misogyny Was a Factor, Is Toronto Rampage a Terrorist Act Against Women?, Heidi Matthews

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Opinion: Look at the Way #MeToo Stories Are Told, Heidi Matthews

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Why the Kavanaugh Hearings Were a Show Trial Gone Bad, Heidi Matthews

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U.S.-Canada Agreement on Refugees Is Now Unconstitutional, Sean Rehaag

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It’s Time to Abolish the Inhumane Canada-U.S. Deal on Asylum-Seekers, Sean Rehaag and Sharry Aiken

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Trump CIA Pick’s Refusal To Condemn All Torture Is Canada's Moral Problem, Too, Craig Scott

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Why Fundamental Constitutional Principles Should Prevent Ontario From Interfering With Toronto’s Election, Craig Scott

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Why Putin’s ‘Denial’ That He Was Blackmailing Trump Makes the Unlikely Much More Possible, Craig Scott

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Confusion and Concern Over Land-Use Planning Across Northern Ontario, Dayna Nadine Scott

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Dec. 21: Free Speech Means … Plus Other Letters to the Editor, Dayna Nadine Scott

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Can Canadian Lit Help Us Explain the Boushie Tragedy?, Kate Sutherland

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How Property and Place Were Key Issues in the Stanley Trial, Estair Van Wagner and Alexandra Flynn

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Toronto Must Keep Fighting Doug Ford – For the Good of Democracy, Estair Van Wagner and Alexandra Flynn

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How the Courts Can Help in the Climate Change Fight, Edward Waitzer

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Rethinking the Purpose of the Corporation, Edward Waitzer

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Dynamic Governance: Rethinking the Purpose of the Corporation, Edward J. Waitzer

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Climate-Related Disclosures and TCFD Recommendations, Cynthia Williams

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Legalization Is Only the Start: Canada Must Do Right by Its ‘Cannabis Criminals’, Alan Young

Submissions from 2017

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How Canada Could Actually Become a World Leader in Pension Innovation, Keith Ambachtsheer and Edward J. Waitzer

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Chemicals Aren't People. They Shouldn't Be Presumed Innocent, Lynda Collins, Dayna Scott, and David Boyd

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The Saskatchewan Budget and Wall’s Fuzzy Principles, Signa A. Daum Shanks

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Quiet, Pesky Shareholders!, Aaron A. Dhir

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Women in the Boardroom: Has the Time for Quotas Arrived?, Aaron Dhir and Sarah Kaplan

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Fluid Border Isn’t New, Philip Girard

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Welcome to the Machine, Loreto Grimaldi

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Drum, Jeffery Hewitt and Ruth Buchanan

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Open Letter to the Prime Minister of Canada: Signed by Eighty-Six Proffesors Calling For Independent Investigation of Allegations Against Mining Companies, Shin Imai

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Independent Accountability Needed for Canadian Mining Companies Abroad, Shin Imai, Charis Kamphuis, and Penelope Simons

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Helping Children in Need Requires Broad Solutions, Jamil Jivani

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Why Are Young Men Prone to Radicalization?, Jamil Jivani

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Machines Regulating Humans: Will Algorithms Become Law?, F. Tim Knight

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Factors to Consider About Sharia Law and M103, Faisal Kutty

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Fasting Just One Aspect of Ramadan: Kutty, Faisal Kutty

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French Prosecution of Canadian Hassan Diab a Travesty, Faisal Kutty

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Guilt, Pain and India’s Economic Ritual Cleansing, Faisal Kutty

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Haters of Islam Have Been Emboldened by Rhetoric, Faisal Kutty

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I Hereby Condemn All Past, Present And Future Terrorism In My Name: Kutty, Faisal Kutty

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It’s Time To ‘Help’ Saudi Arabia Restrain Itself, Faisal Kutty

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It’s Time to Take Back the Reins, Faisal Kutty

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Legal System Not Doing Enough for Racialized Members, Faisal Kutty

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Lessons From Past Islamophobia and the Christian Response, Faisal Kutty

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No, Muslims Are Not Taking Over Public School Boards, Faisal Kutty

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Non-Fiction: Say Hello to my Muslim Friend, Faisal Kutty

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One Person's Criminal May Be Another's Terrorist, Faisal Kutty

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The Hate That Canada's Islamophobia Motion Stirred Up Shows Exactly Why We Need It, Faisal Kutty