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Ford’s anti-carbon tax stickers could be installed just before federal electioniPoliticsJune 11, 2019
Critics urge Toronto to abandon plans for a 'Google smart city' with robotic bin collection, snow-melting sidewalks and self-driving taxis amid concerns over privacy and data harvestingDaily MailJune 7, 2019
OBA Foundation to host debate on MoJAG roleLaw TimesJune 7, 2019
Cyberbullying by animal rights activists is harming farmers' mental health. Should it be criminalized?National PostJune 7, 2019
Coquitlam liquor delivery business faces heat online for photo that makes light of lynchingCity NewsJune 5, 2019
Venture capitalist Roger McNamee calls for end to Sidewalk Labs developmentNorth Shore NewsJune 5, 2019
Sidewalk Labs vote pushed back several months: Waterfront TorontoGlobalJune 4, 2019
Crucial vote for proposed Toronto Quayside smart-city development likely delayed three months or moreThe Globe and MailJune 3, 2019
Facial recognition for security in Macau, Moscow, and TorontoBiometric UpdateMay 31, 2019
Canada's Digital Charter does not comfort Alphabet's smart-city criticsReutersMay 31, 2019
Ontario PCs Pass Budget Bill That Makes Government Immune To Most LawsuitsHuffpostMay 30, 2019
Toronto police should drop facial recognition technology or risk lawsuits, civil liberties association tells boardToronto StarMay 30, 2019
Privacy advocates sound warning on Toronto police use of facial recognition technologyCBCMay 30, 2019
Portland pilots Sidewalk Labs’ mobile location data softwareSmart Cities WorldMay 30, 2019
Toronto Police say facial recognition technology was ‘lawfully obtained’Mobile SyrupMay 30, 2019
Portland quietly launches mobile location data project with Alphabet’s controversial Sidewalk LabsGeekwireMay 28, 2019
Sidewalk Labs: How Google’s plan for a sensor-packed, data-hoovering 'smart neighbourhood' has divided a cityThe TelegraphMay 28, 2019
Toronto police using facial recognition as Canadian government ponders rulesBiometric UpdateMay 28, 2019
Canadian Civil Liberties Association and law students teach Manitoba high schoolers, community members about civil rightsUM TodayMay 28, 2019
B.C. Court of Appeal imposes conditions to ensure inmates access to counselThe Lawyer's DailyMay 24, 2019
York police stop 'naming and shaming' for impaired arrests, at least temporarilyBarrie TodayMay 23, 2019
Civil liberties group challenges Doug Ford’s gas pump propagandaCorporate KnightMay 22, 2019
'Amateur hour': Environmentalists say they're not intimidated by Kenney's 'war room'Calgary HeraldMay 20, 2019
Environmentalists say Alberta government war room threat 'amateur hour'National PostMay 19, 2019
Found not criminally responsible, he ended up on Ontario’s sex-offender registry for lifeThe SpecMay 19, 2019
The Google city that has angered TorontoBBCMay 18, 2019

Supreme Court urged to use new law to protect reporter’s confidential sources
The Globe and MailMay 16, 2019

Canadian privacy experts praise San Francisco ban on facial recognition software
IT World CanadaMay 16, 2019

Plans for 'Google smart city' in Canada with robotic bin collection, snow-melting sidewalks and self-driving taxis is facing fierce opposition over privacy fears
Just SecurityMay 13, 2019

Constitutional challenge over sex offender registries succeeds
Law TimesMay 13, 2019

Customs officers should get a warrant to search your phone
Our WindsorMay 9, 2019
Child sex dolls are definitely 'icky' but should the law criminalize these coping behaviours?National PostMay 8, 2019
Plans for 'Google smart city' in Canada with robotic bin collection, snow-melting sidewalks and self-driving taxis is facing fierce opposition over privacy fearsDaily MailMay 7, 2019
Mock guillotine protest aimed at Doug Ford called legitimate 'political theatre'Chronicle HeraldMay 7, 2019
Quayside, Toronto’s Google-linked smart city, draws opposition over privacy, costsWashington PostMay 6, 2019
Inside Ontario's landmark justice-system overhaulWoodstock Sentinel ReviewMay 3, 2019
Ottawa to restore victim surcharge, but judges could waive for ‘undue hardship’ or disproportionalityLawyer's DailyMay 3, 2019
Ontario Green party parodies Doug Ford's carbon tax stickersCBCMay 2, 2019
Ontario Greens Spoof Doug Ford’s Gas Station Anti-Carbon Tax StickersHuffington PostMay 2, 2019
Ford’s gas-pump stickers violate Charter, CCLA warnsHamilton SpectatorMay 1, 2019
Bolster no-fly list appeal process, academics and rights advocates urge senatorsVancouver CourierApril 29, 2019

Sidewalk walks into a lawsuit
brand-eApril 26, 2019
Appeal Court raps feds for inaction on inmate segregation; grants brief stayVancouver CourierApril 26, 2019
PRISON ADMINISTRATION - Segregation of prisonersLawyer's DailyApril 26, 2019
Canadian Civil Liberties Association files lawsuit over Quayside projectDaily Commercial NewsApril 24, 2019
B.C. men challenge constitutionality of Canada’s secret no-fly listCBCApril 23, 2019
The high price of injusticeWinnipeg Free PressApril 22, 2019
Lawsuit filed over Alphabet’s smart cityThe TimesApril 19, 2019
Do we want our cities to be smart?BBCApril 19, 2019
SCC rules police did not violate Charter s. 8 with warrantless sting aimed at online child predatorsLawyer's DailyApril 18, 2019
Court case launched over privacy issues in ‘smart city’Radio Canada InternationalApril 18, 2019
CCLA Files Suit Over Sidewalk Labs, #Blocksidewalk Holds RallyBetakitApril 18, 2019
Supreme Court rules that police don't need warrant to carry out child luring sting operationsCBCApril 18, 2019
Canada Is Getting Sued Over Sidewalk Labs’ ‘Smart City’ In TorontoMotherboard (VICE)April 17, 2019
Civil liberties group sues to quash Sidewalk Labs project, with final master plan due within weeksLondon Free PressApril 17, 2019
Civil liberties watchdog files suit over Toronto’s Quayside projectToronto StarApril 16, 2019
Civil liberties group launches court action to stop Quayside, says Canadians should not be ‘lab rats’Toronto StarApril 16, 2019
Canadian Civil Liberties Association files lawsuit over Sidewalk Labs projectGlobal NewsApril 16, 2019
Looming Nova Scotia organ donor law raises concerns of donors by default systemLawyer's DailyApril 15, 2019
As Facebook expands its ban on hate speech, some celebrate — and others worryCBCApril 14, 2019
Ontario PCs want to make it next to impossible to sue the governmentCBCApril 14, 2019
Feds win 'interim interim' stay for 15-day cap on solitary confinementBurnaby NowApril 12, 2019
Feds ask Supreme Court to weigh in on 15-day cap on prisoner isolationCTV NewsApril 10, 2019
On solitary confinement, Ottawa seeks leave to appeal court ruling of 15-day limitThe Globe and MailApril 9, 2019
NDP law presumes guilt, violates constitution, civil libertarians sayVancouver CourierApril 8, 2019
Nova Scotia’s presumed-consent bill for organ donation to address civil liberty concernsGlobal NewsApril 8, 2019
Religious symbols: Which groups are for or against Quebec's Bill 21?Montreal GazetteApril 8, 2019
Civil Liberties Association raises concerns with N.S. government’s organ donation planGlobal NewsApril 6, 2019
Could conscientious objection defeat Quebec's secularism law?Montreal GazetteApril 2, 2019
Bencher candidates offer donations for votes by recent callsCanadian LawyerApril 1, 2019
Ottawa now has even more reasons to fix solitary confinementToronto StarApril 1, 2019
Court’s segregation cap positive step, more precaution needed for vulnerable inmates, lawyer, senator sayLawyer's DailyApril 1, 2019
Religious symbols ban for teachers and police sparks outcryPremierMarch 30, 2019
Lawyer of American whistleblower Edward Snowden speaks at Hart HouseThe VarsityMarch 30, 2019
Religious symbols: 'It is time to stop denying racism' in Quebec, coalition saysMontreal GazetteMarch 29, 2019
SCC rules 30- and 90-day detention reviews for accused held on remand are automatic under s. 525 of CodeLawyer's DailyMarch 28, 2019
SCC sets out automatic review of pretrial detentionCanadian LawyerMarch 28, 2019
Landmark ruling in Ontario caps solitary confinement at 15 daysThe Globe and MailMarch 28, 2019
Ontario's highest court sets 15-day cap on solitary confinementCTVMarch 28, 2019
New law narrows scope of mandatory SIU investigationsCTVMarch 26, 2019
‘Project Wide Awake’: How the RCMP Watches You on Social MediaThe TyeeMarch 25, 2019
Thousands of bystanders caught in Toronto police sweep of cellphone dataMondaqMarch 24, 2019
Toronto police secretly recorded these condo hallways without a warrant. Was that legal, or a serious privacy breach?Hamilton SpectatorMarch 23, 2019
What Does The Court Decision On The Repeal Of The Sexual Education Curriculum Mean?MondaqMarch 18, 2019
TTC’s use of ‘field information’ cards has been steadily increasing since 2012Toronto StarMarch 12, 2019
John Tory at SXSW: Sidewalk Labs privacy critics are "rushing to judgment"Now TorontoMarch 12, 2019
Court dismisses charter challenge against Ontario sex-ed curriculumThe RecordMarch 11, 2019
Canadian Civil Liberties Association threatens legal action over Sidewalk TorontoSmart Cities WorldMarch 8, 2019
Canadian Civil Liberties Association wants project “reset”, Sidewalk Labs Wants TransitBetaKitMarch 7, 2019
Canadian Civil Liberties Association threatening lawsuit over Google's Sidewalk LabsDaily HiveMarch 6, 2019
Sidewalk Labs project means Toronto to have 'constitution-free zone,' CCLA warnsCBCMarch 6, 2019
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association calls for reset on Sidewalk Labs projectThe Globe and MailMarch 5, 2019
Canadian Civil Liberties Association threatens lawsuit over Sidewalk Labs projectGlobal NewsMarch 5, 2019
Civil liberties association threatens legal action to block Sidewalk Labs smart city projectToronto StarMarch 5, 2019
Teachers and civil rights group lose legal challenge of Ontario’s controversial sex-ed rollbackToronto StarFebruary 28, 2019
Ontario rolls back ‘anti-police’ Bill 175 to narrow scope of police watchdogsThe Globe and MailFebruary 19, 2019
The province introduces legislation to streamline the way the SIU operatesCHCHFebruary 19, 2019
Little Italy lanes to be named for well-known residentsCity NewsFebruary 18, 2019
Canada's top court charges teacher in hidden filming case of voyeurismReutersFebruary 14, 2019
Privacy advocates applaud Toronto police for abandoning ShotSpotter technologyThe Globe and MailFebruary 14, 2019
Months locked in a tiny box — how solitary confinement can erode mental healthCBCFebruary 9, 2019
Legal community raises alarms over allegations PMO interfered in SNC-Lavalin caseiPoliticsFebruary 7, 2019
Security guard oversight falling short, says Canadian Civil Liberties AssociationCBCFebruary 5, 2019
Civil liberties groups to challenge bulk surveillance and intelligence sharing in StrasbourgComputer WeeklyFebruary 5, 2019
Metrolinx should tighten its privacy rulesToronto StarFebruary 5, 2019
Metrolinx continues to share Presto users’ data without requiring warrantsToronto StarFebruary 4, 2019
Google are tracking users who enable location services on their phone in real-time and SELLING the data to city mapping firmsDaily MailJanuary 29, 2019
Google's Sidewalk Labs Plans to Package and Sell Location Data on Millions of Cell PhonesThe InterceptJanuary 28, 2019
Lawyers wait to see how police use new powers to test drunk drivingLawyer's DailyJanuary 21, 2019
Rebranding solitary confinement doesn’t change what it isThe Globe and MailJanuary 21, 2019
Tech writer suggests '10 Year Challenge' may be collecting data for facial recognition algorithmCTV NewsJanuary 18, 2019
Advocacy groups contest Canada’s new impaired driving lawsThe PeakJanuary 14, 2019
Court decisions on administrative segregation wake-up call for change: expertLawyer's DailyJanuary 14, 2019
Eerie echoes of Tennessee’s Scopes Trial in Ford’s sex-ed court fightToronto StarJanuary 11, 2019
New impaired driving laws spark outrage among KingstoniansGlobal NewsJanuary 11, 2019
Ontario courts urged to remind Doug Ford that Canadians ‘don’t elect dictatorships’National ObserverJanuary 11, 2019
Showdown over Ontario’s sex-ed curriculum lands in courtHamilton SpectatorJanuary 9, 2019
Activists urge shutdown of Ontario sex-ed curriculum in legal challengeThe Globe and MailJanuary 9, 2019
Scrapping sex-ed curriculum doesn't violate Constitution, Ford government arguesCBCJanuary 8, 2019
Ontario fights legal challenge over decision to repeal sex-ed curriculumThe Globe and MailJanuary 8, 2019
Police need clearly defined reason for stopping people for questioning: judgeCTV NewsJanuary 4, 2019
Liberties advocates say Ontario’s new distracted driving law could target minoritiesMobile SyrupJanuary 4, 2019
Distracted driving law could target minorities, advocates warnCBC January 4, 2019
Appeal Court calls Canada's movement on administrative segregation 'disappointing'The Lawyer's DailyDecember 21, 2018
Ontario rollback to sex-ed curriculum prompts legal challengesRabbleDecember 20, 2018
Canada's new impaired-driving laws may be flawedDigital JournalDecember 19, 2018
New driving impairment laws are in effectEnergetic CityDecember 18, 2018
Drinking and boating accident sparks disagreement among judgesCanadian UnderwriterDecember 18, 2018
‘A radical departure’: Stricter drunk driving laws take effect today across CanadaOttawa CitizenDecember 18, 2018
How Trump’s comments on Huawei, Green Beret case can skew the legal processGlobal NewsDecember 18, 2018
Five strategies business should use for new data breach lawFinancial PostDecember 17, 2018
Saskatoon reviewing proposal to require criminal record checks for taxi, ride-hailing driversGlobal NewsDecember 16, 2018
Top court strikes down mandatory victim surcharge for imposing cruel and unusual punishment on poorThe Lawyer's DailyDecember 14, 2018
Civil liberties group opposes naming impaired driving suspectsCBCDecember 14, 2018
Civil liberties group opposes naming impaired driving suspectsCBCDecember 13, 2018
Should people charged with impaired driving be publicly shamed? NoToronto StarDecember 11, 2018
All Cold Lakers pulled over by police will be subjected to breathalyserCold Lake SunDecember 8, 2018
Edmonton police launch 2018 Holiday Checkstop programGlobal NewsDecember 7, 2018
LPS outline what to know ahead of mandatory alcohol screening coming into effect this monthLethbridge News NewDecember 5, 2018
Civil rights advocates question Canada’s new impaired driving law — but feds say don’t worryGlobal NewsDecember 5, 2018
Liberals defend new powers to demand roadside breath samplesPrince George CitizenDecember 4, 2018
Minor charges, major burden Probation-order infractions clog up provincial courtWinnipeg Free PressDecember 3, 2018
Framework for media production orders stands, with some refinement: SCCCanadian LawyerNovember 30, 2018
Supreme Court orders reporter to surrender confidential materialCBCNovember 30, 2018
EXCLUSIVE: Secret documents say Canada’s no-fly list poses ‘national security risk,’ but a fix is still years awayGlobal NewsNovember 29, 2018
Canada’s slow and insufficient efforts at ending solitary confinementNational MagazineNovember 27, 2018
No complaints to patient ombudsman on hospital armband policiesThe London Free PressNovember 21, 2018
Ottawa to miss deadline for solitary confinement law, seeks extensionThe Globe and MailNovember 21, 2018
Edmonton MP Kerry Diotte Sues U of A Student Newspaper For Calling Him RacistHuffington PostNovember 20, 2018
Why a New Brunswick judge dismissed the jury and declared a mistrial in the Dennis Oland murder caseGlobal NewsNovember 20, 2018
Civil liberties group asks Ontario’s top court for changes to solitary confinement rulesGlobal NewsNovember 20, 2018
Court awards Hamilton man $49K in case against Hamilton policeCanadian LawyerNovember 14, 2018
Marrisa Shen investigators may have done DNA sweep of Middle Eastern menBurnaby NowNovember 13, 2018
Federal government's appeal of solitary confinement decision in B.C. to be heardPrince George CitizenNovember 12, 2018
Ontario reforms police record checksCanadian HR ReporterNovember 7, 2018
2,000 days in solitary and counting: Federal reforms to segregation flawed, say prisoner rights advocatesCBCNovember 6, 2018
Ford government defends sex-ed rollback, argues teachers retain ‘substantial discretion’Toronto StarNovember 6, 2018
Ambiguity around marketing in Cannabis Act causing confusionCanadian LawyerNovember 5, 2018
Police record check law protects privacy, but exemptions too broad, civil liberties group saysThe Lawyer's DailyNovember 5, 2018
“The United States Is Not a Safe Country”: Canadian Advocates Want to End a Policy That Turns Asylum-seekers Back to U.S.The InterceptNovember 3, 2018
Is it better to debate Steve Bannon or to ignore him?Global NewsOctober 31, 2018
Nunavut denies access to prisoners in notorious jailVICE NewsOctober 26, 2018
Watchdog forum has its eyes on Sidewalk Labs Quayside developmentToronto StarOctober 26, 2018
Lawyers raise concerns over Ontario MPP’s private member’s billCanadian LawyerOctober 22, 2018
Misuse Of Cannabis Can Still Lead To Criminal ChargesMy Prince George NowOctober 17, 2018
Bill claiming to end inmate segregation to be reviewed by civil liberties groupsCanadian LawyerOctober 17, 2018
Dazed and confused: Canada cannabis legalization brings complex new lawsThe GuardianOctober 16, 2018
Students Have Proven They Deserve A Say In Ontario Sex-Ed ConsultationHuffington PostOctober 15, 2018
Sidewalk Labs use of cellphone data in proposed U.S. deal raises concern in TorontoToronto StarOctober 12, 2018
New premier, same old story: Québec's longtime anti-niqab effortsThe Chronicle HeraldOctober 5, 2018
How roadside speed signs in the U.S. could be tracking you using Canadian-made techNational PostOctober 4, 2018
Lawyers predict trouble in court if Quebec's next premier raises legal cannabis age to 21Canadian National ObserverSeptember 20, 2018
The notwithstanding clause: a dangerous precedent has been setToronto StarSeptember 19, 2018
Second human rights case to challenge government over sex-ed curriculumToronto StarSeptember 17, 2018
Three court cases aim to return the updated sex-ed curriculum to classroomsToronto StarSeptember 14, 2018
Canadians who smoke marijuana legally, or work or invest in the industry, will be barred from the U.S.: Customs and Border Protection officialToronto StarSeptember 13, 2018
Toronto police are using body scanners to reduce strip searchesVICE NewsSeptember 12, 2018
Editorial: Ford’s dictatorial leadership suffers a judicial setbackHamilton SpectatorSeptember 11, 2018
Will Doug Ford's many legal battles help or hamper his agenda? Experts are dividedCBCSeptember 11, 2018
More court challenges ahead for the Ford governmentToronto StarSeptember 10, 2018
Human traffickers' appeal of 4-year sentence revives mandatory minimum questionsCBCSeptember 10, 2018
The Ultimate Guide To Legal Actions Against Doug Ford's GovernmentHuffpostSeptember 5, 2018
Mother at centre of sex-ed court challenge says rollback ‘dangerous’ for kidsToronto StarSeptember 4, 2018
Ontario elementary teachers union files court challenge over sex-ed rollback, ‘snitch line’Toronto StarSeptember 4, 2018
Courts are catching up to Ford’s ‘unlawful’ waysToronto StarSeptember 3, 2018
Was facial recognition technology being used at Richmond Centre?Richmond NewsSeptember 1, 2018
Ontario’s dated sex-ed plan is a lesson in homophobiaGlobe and MailAugust 28, 2018
Doug Ford is failing on the education fileGlobe and MailAugust 27, 2018
Toronto board marshalling resources for teachers under new sex-ed curriculumGlobe and MailAugust 24, 2018
Ontario government sued over sex-ed changesCity NewsAugust 23, 2018
Canadian Civil Liberties Association suing province over ‘ham-fisted’ sex-ed rollbackToronto StarAugust 23, 2018
Civil Liberties Association taking Ontario government to court over sex-ed curriculum changeGlobal NewsAugust 23, 2018
Civil liberties association, parent suing Ontario over sex-ed curriculumCity NewsAugust 23, 2018
Civil liberties association suing Ontario government to block sex ed changesCBCAugust 23, 2018
Driving high? Some disturbing questionsToronto SunAugust 19, 2018
1 in 7 Canadian cannabis users has driven high at least once in the past 3 monthsWashington PostAugust 17, 2018
Teachers rally against move to scrap sex-ed curriculumToronto SunAugust 15, 2018
Ontario elementary teachers protest sex-ed rollback at Queen's ParkCity NewsAugust 14, 2018
Cannabis users will drive into murky territory when they get behind the wheelToronto StarAugust 13, 2018
Ford opposes handgun ban as he pledges funds to fight gun violenceGlobe and MailAugust 9, 2018
Ford ignoring ‘innocent until proven guilty’: civil liberties groupiPoliticsAugust 9, 2018
More legal challenges on the way over Ford government’s outdated sex-ed curriculumToronto StarAugust 9, 2018
Old Ontario sex-education curriculum 'not reflective' of current issues, Thunder Bay board saysCBCAugust 8, 2018
Health-care professionals speak out against changing Ontario’s sex-ed curriculumToronto StarAugust 7, 2018
Proposed sex-ed changes a violation of charter rights, CCLA saysCBCAugust 7, 2018
'They can make money from knowing who we are': Experts concerned about the use of facial recognition softwareGlobal NewsJuly 31, 2018
Smile, you're probably on facial recognition softwareCBCJuly 30, 2018
Calgary mall defends use of facial-recognition technology after customer discovers they’re being watchedGlobal NewsJuly 26, 2018
National security wrapAustralian Strategic Policy InstituteJuly 26, 2018
CCLA, criminal lawyers raise red flags as Toronto approves increased surveillanceLawyer's DailyJuly 26, 2018
Toronto gun violence: 'A product of what we didn't do right'Al JazeeraJuly 25, 2018
Toronto, ShotSpotter, and the normalization of surveillanceMediumJuly 25, 2018
Toronto Approves Gunshot-Detecting Surveillance Tech Days After Mass ShootingMotherboard (VICE)July 25, 2018
In Canada, Uber and Lyft drivers can't live stream riders without 'explicit' consent CBCJuly 25, 2018
It is time to end solitary confinementInstitute for Research on Public PolicyJuly 25, 2018
Leave the phone at home: Privacy commissioner and advocates warn Canadians to keep data secure when crossing the borderToronto StarJuly 24, 2018
Don’t make uninformed decisions based on fearToronto StarJuly 24, 2018
What would gunfire-tracking technology mean for civil liberties in Toronto?The Agenda | TVOJuly 24, 2018
CCLA wants Toronto to put a hold on purchasing gunshot-location technologyGlobal NewsJuly 24, 2018
Toronto city council to consider investing in 'gunshot detection technology,’ ShotSpotterNational PostJuly 23, 2018
Council postpones meeting, gun violence reduction plan debate after Danforth shootingToronto StarJuly 23, 2018
Civil rights organization urges city hall to delay purchase of gunshot-location technologyToronto StarJuly 23, 2018
Withdrawal of sex ed curriculum leaves students unprotected: protestersToronto SunJuly 21, 2018
What is ‘ShotSpotter’? Controversial gunshot detector technology approved by Toronto policeGlobal NewsJuly 20, 2018
Are Doug Ford’s proposed changes to sex education unconstitutional?Daily XtraJuly 17, 2018
Premier Ford’s back-to-work legislation will violate civil liberties, hurt studentsCUPEJuly 16, 2018
How not to defend free speechNational PostJuly 16, 2018
Union leaders speak out against back-to-work legislation to end York University strikeGlobal NewsJuly 16, 2018
PCs to order remaining striking York U education staff back to workToronto StarJuly 16, 2018
Nothing dope about legal cannabisToronto SunJuly 15, 2018
Turning throne speech into reality will pose hurdles for Doug FordCBCJuly 13, 2018
Doug Ford’s Sex-Ed Curriculum Repeal Will Lead to More Sex Assaults, Advocate SaysVICE NewsJuly 13, 2018
Micheal Bryant: The Circumstance of EqualsOf Counsel PodcastJuly 10, 2018
Feds need to end detention of children, say human rights groupsCanadian Lawyer MagazineJuly 6, 2018
The Trudeau government and the recriminalization of cannabis The Lawyer's DailyJuly 5, 2018
How the Jordan Lafond inquest highlights need for better police oversightGlobal NewsJuly 5, 2018
Will new Ontario AG Caroline Mulroney address inefficiencies in legal system?Canadian Lawyer MagazineJuly 3, 2018
Toronto accidentally turned over citizens' private info 16 times in 2 yearsCBCJuly 3, 2018
English-language school boards prepare to use Quebec's new guidelines on religious accommodationCBCJuly 2, 2018
Inside Tuscan: the other no-fly list Canada didn't tell you aboutThe GuardianJune 30, 2018
Women and human rights prevail as Quebec's face-covering law is suspended, againNational ObserverJune 29, 2018
Quebec court extends suspension of law banning face veilsAl JazeeraJune 29, 2018
Quebec judge once again suspends application of province’s religious neutrality lawGlobal NewsJune 28, 2018
Judge suspends Quebec face-covering ban, says it appears to violate charter CBCJune 28, 2018
Doug Ford urged to keep Indigenous post in new cabinetCBCJune 27, 2018
Do Edmonton police searches of bar ID scanners violate customers' rights?CBCJune 25, 2018
Rights groups gear up for new court battle over solitary confinementGlobe and MailJune 19, 2018
Former child refugee Abdoul Abdi’s judicial review set for today in HalifaxToronto StarJune 19, 2018
New police initiative has some experts concerned about privacy St. Thomas Times-JournalJune 15, 2018
Top court to rule on accreditation of B.C. Christian university's law schoolTimes ColumnistJune 14, 2018
U.S.-Canada agreement on refugees is now unconstitutionalThe ConversationJune 13, 2018
Senate dumps random breath testing, sets stage for showdown with CommonsLawyer's DailyJune 13, 2018
Who will be Ontario’s next attorney general?Canadian LawyerJune 11, 2018
University-prison partnership brings hope to incarcerated learnersUniversity AffairsJune 8, 2018
U of T researchers design algorithm that dupes facial recognition detectorsToronto StarJune 6, 2018
Coming to Canada? Biometric data collection expandingRadio CanadaJune 6, 2018
Ottawa expands program to collect fingerprints, photos from foreign nationals coming to CanadaCBCJune 5, 2018
Canada set to expand biometrics program for those entering CanadaDigital JournalJune 5, 2018
Job applicants with criminal records need human rights protections The Varsity (UofT)June 4, 2018
Censured former Bre-X lawyer Joe Groia acquitted of courtroom civility breach by Supreme CourtOttawa CitizenJune 1, 2018
SCC rules Groia not guilty, sets standard for when lawyers’ incivility in court becomes professional misconductLawyer's DailyJune 1, 2018
Details about a secret police surveillance program in Ontario are emergingVice NewsMay 30, 2018
Abdoul Abdi’s defenders are “piling on,” complain government lawyers who are trying to deport himHalifax ExaminerMay 29, 2018
Two groups seek intervener status at former child refugee Abdoul Abdi’s judicial reviewToronto StarMay 29, 2018
Data governance in a digital age: When information wants to be unfreeFinancial PostMay 29, 2018
Pump the brakes on random roadside stopsGlobe and MailMay 28, 2018
Trudeau is the master of identity politics and 'aggressive nationalism'Calgary HeraldMay 26, 2018
Canada a world leader in preventing arrival of refugeesToronto StarMay 25, 2018
Senators fear random roadside tests for alcohol will lead to racial profilingGlobe and MailMay 24, 2018
CRA Uncovers Nearly $600 Million In Unpaid Taxes On B.C., Ontario Real EstateHuffington PostMay 24, 2018
What can Toronto police learn from the Golden State Killer case?Toronto StarMay 20, 2018
City of Hamilton admits classifying anarchist sign as a ‘hate symbol’ was an overstepGlobe and MailMay 17, 2018
Security tool, or torture? Time running out for Liberals to make a call on solitary confinementCBCMay 15, 2018
Viewer Experience podcast Ep. 4: Living in an ‘Anon’-ymous worldMobile SyrupMay 15, 2018
Ban solitary confinement for mentally ill, Indigenous inmates: rights groupsNational PostMay 14, 2018
Indefinite solitary confinement is ‘torture,’ say civil liberties groupsCTV NewsMay 14, 2018
New guidelines not enough to fix Quebec's face-covering ban, lawyer saysCBCMay 12, 2018
Student unions awarded costs in private litigation cases Law TimesMay 7, 2018
Ottawa wants to help these voters access the ballot Toronto StarMay 4, 2018
La Police de Toronto a surveillé un chroniqueur noir et Black Lives MatterRadio CanadaMay 3, 2018
Police monitored Black Lives Matter Toronto protesters in 2016, documents showCBCMay 3, 2018
Charging teen is an abuse of power in Nova Scotia privacy breach, say civil liberties groupsCanadian LawyerMay 1, 2018
Ottawa’s planned cannabis legalization law will expose Canadians to ‘new minefield’ of criminalization: CCLAThe Lawyer's Daily April 18, 2018
Ensuring Canadians are helped, not harmed, by big dataToronto StarApril 18, 2018
Mosque shooter's search history shouldn't be a cause for online censorship: expertCBCApril 18, 2018
Canadian Teenager Faces 10 Years in Prison for Downloading 7,000 FOIA ReleasesSputnikApril 18, 2018
Story of N.S. teen accused in government website breach resonates with programmersCBCApril 17, 2018
The gay community has long been over-policed and under-protected. The Bruce McArthur case is the final strawCBCApril 16, 2018
Canada: Iranian students’ PR delay is “detrimental”The Pie NewsApril 16, 2018
Do you think police officers should wear cameras?CBCApril 15, 2018
Deputy police chief defends spike in use of forceLondon Free PressApril 13, 2018
Preventing big data discrimination in Canada: Addressing design, consent and sovereignty challengesCentre for International Governance InnovationApril 12, 2018
Privacy is the ‘new battlefield,’ says UW surveillance specialistThe RecordApril 10, 2018
Hundreds of Iranians say lengthy security checks have stalled their immigration applicationsVice NewsApril 9, 2018
Iranians accuse Ottawa of discrimination as permanent-residency applications face delaysGlobe and MailApril 9, 2018
Legal ‘reforms’ punish people Supreme Court sought to protectToronto StarApril 9, 2018
Civil Liberties Association urges Hussen to help Iranians get permanent residencyiPoliticsApril 9, 2018
Appel à moderniser la loi fédérale sur la protection des données personnellesRadio-CanadaApril 8, 2018
The RCMP conducted an 'elaborate' undercover sting on a man suspected of vandalism and threats. Was it too much?National PostApril 5, 2018
The U.S. wants to screen visa applicants’ social media accountsVice NewsApril 4, 2018
6 easy ways to protect your online privacyOttawa CitizenApril 4, 2018
Former federal justice lawyer Schmidt accuses department of ‘doublespeak’ after losing appealThe Lawyer's DailyApril 3, 2018
Will big data in crime fighting create a new era in racial profiling?The WalrusMarch 29, 2018
Companies that collect data must be held to accountToronto StarMarch 30, 2018
CCLA releases report, criticizes York security measuresThe Avro PostMarch 29, 2018
Robert Fulford: We've made peace with torture in our prisons, if we think of it at allNational PostMarch 23, 2018
When is it OK for a politician to comment on a court case?Toronto StarMarch 16, 2018
Canada’s privacy commissioner wants to limit data collection in national security billMobile SyrupMarch 9, 2018
Canadian cops admit to using Stingray devices to track cellphones en masseVice NewsMarch 9, 2018
Joyal says impaired driving bill violates Charter, is ‘full of holes’; Senators worried Bill C-46 will overburden courtsThe Lawyer's DailyMarch 7, 2018
Montreal suburb’s plan to ban public smoking could do more harm than good, advocate saysToronto StarMarch 7, 2018
Grading Trudeau on justice reformCanadian LawyerMarch 5, 2018
Two years after they said they didn’t, Toronto police admit they use Stingray cellphone snooping deviceToronto StarMarch 5, 2018
Canadians' confidential tax info to be shared with police in other countriesCBCMarch 1, 2018
OpenMedia launches day of action to protest FairPlay Canada anti-piracy coalition Mobile SyrupFebruary 28, 2018
Canada's government appeals court ruling on solitary confinementThompson ReutersFebruary 19, 2018
Federal government appealing B.C. Supreme Court decision on solitary confinementGlobe and MailFebruary 19, 2018
Toronto police are in court following largest arrests in Canadian historyVice NewsFebruary 12, 2018
Canadian musician’s court motion draws on #MeToo movementToronto StarFebruary 10, 2018
G20-related lawsuit on police brutality to begin MondayToronto StarFebruary 4, 2018