Day: September 20, 2017

Control  in the Age of Information

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Ron Kruzeniski
Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner

Each year, Canada recognizes Right to Know Week. This year that is September 25th to 29th. In particular September 28th is designated Right to Know Day. To recognize this, the Canadian Bar Association, The Regina Public Library and the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner have invited David Common, host of CBC “World report” and  co-host on Marketplace to speak. He will speak on “Control  in the Age of Information” On Thursday, September 28th at 4:00 pm. For details see poster below:

 

New Journals Issues – August 2017

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By Sarah Roussel-Lewis

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 59, Number 2

  • Proposals for Changes to the Canadian Personal Property Security Acts / Ronald C.C. Cuming, Tamara Buckwold, Anthony Duggan, Catherine Waltsh, Roderisk J. Wood and Clayton Bangsund
  • Erika Chamberlain, Book Review of Causation in Negligence by Sarah Green (2017) 59:2 Can Bus LJ 243
  • Angela Swan, Book Review of Contract Law and Contract Practice: Bridging the Gap Between Legal Reasoning and Commercial Expectation by Catherine Mitchell (2017) 59:2 Can Bus LJ 253
  • Michael Bryan, Book Review of The Canadian Law of Unjust Enrichment and Restitution by Mitchell McInnes (2017) 59:2 Can Bus LJ 261

 

Saskatchewan Law Review
Volume 80, Number 2 (2017)

  • Refiner’s Fire: The University of Saskatchewan College of Law in Times of Depression and War / Beth Bilson
  • We Don’t Need No (Catholic) Education – But Why Can’t It Be Saved by Section 1? A Comment on Good Spirit School Division No. 204 / Michelle Biddulph
  • How Good Are Our “Best Practices” When It comes to Executive Compensation? A Review of Forty Years of Skyrocketing Pay, Regulation, and the Forces of Good Governance / Bryce C. Tingle
  • Solicitor-Client Privilege and Income Tax Act Seizures: A Comment on Canada (Attorney General) v. Chambre des notaires du Québec / Jonathan Milani
  • Assisted Death in Canada: An Exploration of the Constitutionality of Bill C-14 / Firuz Rahimi