CETA, Trump and Brexit: An Opportunity for Ireland and CanadaStanding alongside his European counterparts in Brussels on Oct. 30, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau snatched victory from defeat by having the Comprehensive and Economic Trade Agreement approved at the 11th hour. 
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Federal government makes hopeful announcements on immigrationImmigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has made multiple announcements over the last several weeks. 
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Monday, 14 November 2016 09:00

Fighting cybercrime

Illustration: Matthew BillingtonBetter enforcement, and not new laws, may be the best way to deal with cybercriminals
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Monday, 14 November 2016 09:00

Lightning strikes thrice?

Dear Attorney General Yasir Naqvi,
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Trudeau’s government should act on promises of justice reformLast month at the 44th annual Criminal Lawyers’ Association conference, Canada’s Minister of Justice and Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould delivered the prestigious Spokina lecture. She said a lot of words. She told the audience the Liberal government was intent on moving forward with restorative justice initiatives, reducing the over-incarceration of indigenous people and ensuring Canada’s criminal laws are in compliance with the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. 
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SCC to rule on preservation of residential schools survivors’ filesThe Supreme Court of Canada has just granted leave to hear an extraordinarily difficult case. It could throw gasoline and a match on one of the largest archives ever created that thoroughly documents a systemic human rights abuse. 
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Monday, 03 October 2016 09:00

Hiring for diversity

Our cover story this month is on the federal process for appointing judges, and as several experts told us, it is a highly secretive process. But the fact it lacks transparency is not really the biggest problem — it is the lack of diversity once the judges are picked.
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Thursday, 08 September 2016 22:00

Minimizing risk in an investigation of wrongdoing

Minimizing risk in an investigation of wrongdoingAt a conference on white-collar crime in New York this spring, the deputy attorney general of the United States tried to clarify the intent behind a directive that was widely known by her last name, instead of its actual title, the Individual Accountability Policy.
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Monday, 05 September 2016 09:00

Marijuana Inc.

Marijuana Inc.A strong, new whiff of opportunity is blowing in the direction of Canadian business.
Building a data-based immigration systemThe firm where I work recently hosted a roundtable with Minister of Citizenship, Refugees, and Immigration John McCallum along with several business leaders in Canada. As part of the minister’s on-going commitment to review the International Mobility Program and his ministry’s relationship to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, consultations are being held to discuss the nature of business in Canada.
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