Whether you’re in the workforce or a parent of a child who will one day be in the workforce, chances are you’ve fretted about...Read More Preparing citizens for the future of work
In April 2018, a group of legal scholars and practitioners formed Project Fact(a) as a response to the acquittal two months earlier of Saskatchewan...Read More What can we learn from the Stanley trial?
Frauds and injustices involving consumers have become a daily component of the news, and the issues involved increasingly complex. Today, interactions with the commercial...Read More Recalibrating Canada’s Consumer Rights Regime
The federal government says it wants to transform – not just reform – the criminal justice system, “to ensure that it is just, compassionate...Read More Widening the Lens on Criminal Justice Reform
Uncertainty, turmoil, disruption, upheaval – these are words that policy thinkers have come to lean on to describe the state of the economy and...Read More Inclusive Growth in an Age of Disruption
The 141-year-old colonial legislation called the Indian Act has had an odious and ridiculously stubborn run on Canada’s law books, with roots that extend...Read More The Indian Act: Breaking Its Stubborn Grip