Category: Constitutional Law

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B.C. Freedom of Information and Privacy Association v BC (AG): #Sponsored #Ad

In the case of BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association v British Columbia (AG), 2017 SCC 6, the Supreme Court once again wrestled with the uniquely Canadian issue of...

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The Return of the Court Challenges Program: Timely, Critical & Deficient

  It is an uncanny convenience that immediately following Prime Minister Trudeau’s abandonment of his electoral reform promise, the announcement of a revamped Court Challenges Program emerges. The Program provides...

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Google v Equustek: Courts Still Don’t Understand the Internet

On December 6th, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada (“SCC”) heard the case of Google v Equustek. The SCC is being tasked with defining the legal obligations of online intermediaries...

Preserving Public Confidence: Conferénce des juges de paix magistrats du Québec v Québec (Attorney General)

This guest post was contributed by Madeleine Chin-Yee and Danika So. Madeleine is a JD Candidate (2019) at Osgoode Hall Law School. She completed a double major in History, and...