Conflicts written into Deferred Prosecution Agreement regime
Media coverage of the SNC-Lavalin (SNC) story has over-emphasized the claim of interference with the prosecutor’s decision to pursue a criminal prosecution of SNC-Lavalin. The company is accused of...Read More
Have we overestimated international disinformation?
With the Canadian federal election scheduled to take place by this October, many concerns abound as to how foreign actors might influence how voters behave. During his controversial testimony...Read More
Le PL 21 : risque pour la portée du droit à l’égalité ?
Les très courtes consultations publiques entourant le projet de loi no 21 sur la laïcité de l’État viennent de prendre fin. Contrairement à beaucoup d’individus et groupes directement touchés...Read More
The UN Industrial Development Organization wants Canada back
Back in 1993, Canada made a decision that was little noticed domestically but was felt around the world. In a cost-cutting measure, Canada severed ties with the United Nations...Read More
Put children first when regulating assisted reproduction
Imagine that you do not know the identity of one or both of your genetic parents. If you were adopted, then you would have access to records that would...Read More
Why can’t the Canada Revenue Agency catch tax cheats?
The federal government talks tough on overseas tax evasion, saying it is a high priority and it will catch you if you cheat. But the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)...Read More