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- Faculty Summer Reading List – 2019 Edition
As another school year draws to a close at the University of Alberta, professors in the Faculty of Law are shifting gears from lecturing and grading to research, course preparation for next September, and lots of reading! Are you wondering what we are up to? Or looking for a good book to pick-up? F … Read more »
- "To Catch a Predator": Reasonable Expectations of Privacy in R v Mills
The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision last week in R v Mills has generated a spirited debate on Twitter. Rather than continuing to engage on multiple threads there, I thought it might be useful to summarize my thoughts here. The issue in Mills was whether police invaded the accused’s reasonable exp … Read more »
- Year End Reflections: Emily Lennox
Tansi Nîtôtemtik, Photo retrieved from: As this week marks the final days of ReconcilAction YEG content, today’s blog (Friday) is our final post of the year. Today, Emily Lennox will reflect on her personal experiences in writing for the blog for the 2018-2019 academic year. When thinking about th … Read more »
- Year End Reflections: Breanna Arcand-Kootenay
Tansi Nîtôtemtik, Sharing Wisdom by Simone McLeod. Image retrieved from: . After two years as a member of Team ReconciliAction YEG, it is time to move on to the next chapter of my life. It seems like an end of an era, in which I find myself experiencing a myriad of emotions – happiness, sadness, … Read more »
- Year End Reflections: Scott Richardson
Tansi Nîtôtemtik, Arkells frontman Max Kerman (left) embraces Jeremy Dutcher (right). Image retrieved from: . Writing this last post was difficult. I struggled to find the words that would sum up my thoughts on grappling with reconciliation over the last seven months. Fortunately, I was reminded of … Read more »
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