I read with interest Steven Meurrens’ well-thought-out Policy Options article on “unscrupulous immigration consultants.” I agree with everything in Meurrens’ submission, except for his...Lire le texte Immigration system benefits from ethical consultants
Nearly a quarter-century ago, the United States, Canada and Mexico concluded the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), implemented in 1994, and it included...Lire le texte NAFTA and a made-in-Canada IP framework
On Thursday, July 20, Appeal Court Judge Michael Dambrot ordered a new trial for Mustafa Ururyar, who Judge (retired) Marvin Zuker had found guilty...Lire le texte Time to rethink sexual assault trials
More and more people are beginning to learn that Canada’s Parliament Buildings squat on unceded Algonquin Anishinaabeg territory. Unceded refers to the fact that...Lire le texte Is acknowledging Indigenous territory enough?
La prospérité du Canada est tributaire des échanges internationaux, mais de récents virages politiques menacent le système commercial mondial. Le protectionnisme est à la...Lire le texte Les politiques commerciales en des temps incertains
As Canadians celebrate 150 years of our history, policy-makers have set their sights on the needs of the next 150, including how to shape...Lire le texte Supreme Court’s IP ruling encourages innovation
In late June, members of the Five Eyes (Canada, the US, UK, Australia and New Zealand) intelligence alliance convened in Ottawa. Alongside their routine...Lire le texte Balancing privacy and security in the digital age
Secrecy, writes ethicist Sissela Bok, is about “deliberately withholding information.” In this respect, the antiquated 34-year-old Access to Information Act (ATI Act) has resulted...Lire le texte Access to information law requires big reforms
Before Canada dives into its mandated review of the Copyright Act, it would be helpful to refresh our understanding of some key terms essential...Lire le texte Reviewing copyright? Check the glossary.