Kiran Kang discusses the reinstatement of the Court Challenges Program with lawyers who relied on its funding to represent clients in key Charter cases.
Howard Goldblatt and Steven Barrett argue that binding interest arbitration is a bedrock principle of a publicly funded health care system.
In this Globe & Mail op-ed, Emma Phillips looks at the role Canada might play, and the significant challenges it would face, in restoring confidence in UN peacekeeping.
In their "Law of Work" guest blog, Nadine Blum and Josh Mandryk argue that students at private career colleges are entitled to be paid for internships.
Doug LeFaive discusses recent legislative and regulatory changes governing multijurisdictional MEPPs in Quebec and New Brunswick.
Emma Phillips discusses the first “progress report” on the Canadian Armed Forces' efforts to address the problem of sexual harassment and assault in the military