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  • Moral Luck Edition

    On this episode of the show Hilary Young, Oliver Pulleyblank and Robert Danay discuss the recent guilty plea to dangerous driving offences by the accused in the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash, the decision of the United Nations Human Rights Committee that the Indian Act discriminates against wome … Read more »

  • What Could be Moore Sweet?

    On this week’s episode of Stereo Decisis, the crew discuss the recent decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada in R. v. Vice Media Canada Inc., 2018 SCC 53 and Moore v. Sweet, 2018 SCC 52 as well as the federal government’s recent announcement that it will introduce legislation devolving control ove … Read more »

  • The Honest But Mistaken Belief Episode

    On this week’s episode of stereo decisis, the crew discuss the decision of the European Court of Justice that tastes may not be copyrighted, Statistics Canada’s controversial attempt at collecting Canadians’ banking information and the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision absolving Joseph Groia of law … Read more »

  • MAID in Canada

    On this week’s episode of Stereo Decisis, Hilary Young, Oliver Pulleyblank and Robert Danay discuss some recent developments in the area of medical assistance in dying (“MAID”) in Canada. The discussion is sparked by the case of Audrey Parker, who had terminal brain cancer and elected to die earlier … Read more »

  • The Right not to be Blocked on Twitter?

    On this week’s episode of the show, Hilary Young and Robert Danay are joined by Professor Emmett MacFarlane to discuss the recent lawsuit by Emilie Taman and others in which they allege that the Mayor of Ottawa, Jim Watson, violated their constitutional free expression rights when he blocked them on … Read more »

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