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LexisNexis Canada recently published (if I understand correctly, as a standalone book as well as a dedicated issue of the Supreme Court ..read more
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How far can an administrative agency go before it fetters its decision-making discretion? This is an important practical question. On one ..read more
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In a couple of weeks, I will be hopping on to a 13-hour transpacific flight and heading to Canada to give a series of talks. Here are the ..read more
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As the media reported earlier this week, environmentalist groups are angry at Elections Canada, which has warned them that spending money ..read more
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For many, the coming of September signals the start of a new school year. More specifically, law schools will be kicking into full gear in ..read more
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In my last post, I summarized at length Lord Sumption’s Reith Lectures, delivered earlier this year. As I noted there, Lord Sumption’ ..read more
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A couple of months ago, Jonathan Sumption, former barrister extraordinaire, recently-retired UK Supreme Court judge, and well-regarded ..read more
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Because we are in the slow days of summer, and I have a bit more time on my hands than I would usually have, I picked up a copy of Richard ..read more
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In an op-ed in the Globe and Mail, Patrick Visintini and Mark Dance make the case for a new legislative bill of rights, to supplement the ..read more
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About every 15 months, a vacancy arises in the Supreme Court of Canada. There is then a search process that lasts somewhere between a few ..read more

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