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- Nuclear Power: The Uncomfortable Regulatory Underbelly
Nuclear power generation is one of the best long-term alternatives to mainstream carbon-intensive methods of power generation. While renewables like wind and solar are economically superior, they fail to provide a stable and reliable baseload. Nuclear power, like its natural gas and coal counterpart … Read more »
- Child access during COVID-19’s first wave in Ribeiro v. Wright: Other variables
**This article was first published at The Lawyer’s Daily on January 11, 2021 — this is a re-publication** In part one of this series, from our new dataset, we found that in most cases, COVID-19 was more likely to increase or not impede a child’s access compared to limiting it. It is clear from our s … Read more »
- L’obligation de consulter…qui? Les lacunes genrées de la Loi sur l’évaluation d’impact
Suivant les grandes modifications apportées à la Loi canadienne sur l’évaluation environnementale par Harper en 2012, un grand processus de consultation a été mis en marche par le gouvernement fédéral de Trudeau afin de déterminer quels changements devaient être faits au régime d’évaluations envi … Read more »
- Just watch them: is COVID-19 dangerous enough to justify the Emergencies Act?
La traduction en français suit la version anglaise | A French translation of this article follows the English version If COVID-19 hasn’t spread beyond our control yet, it will soon. Government of Canada projections released on December 8th turned out to be very accurate. Canada-wide, hospital ICU c … Read more »
- Child access during COVID-19’s first wave in Ribeiro v. Wright: Expansion and restriction
**This article was first published at The Lawyer’s Daily on December 22, 2020 — this is a re-publication** COVID-19 hit the legal professional like a punch to the gut. It forced the profession to rapidly change — in many respects, change was needed. But it did not only force the administration of th … Read more »