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Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada v Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 2022 BCSC 2030
The plaintiffs, Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada (ITAC), and its Chief Executive Officer, Keith Henry, brought a defamation action...

HMK v Ultra Electronics 2022 QCCS 500-36-010389-222
The Remediation Agreement régime under Part XXII.1 of the Criminal Code (s. 715.3 to 715.43) was adopted in 2018...

Fairgrieve v. British Columbia Review Board 2022 BCSC 1882
Mr. Fairgrieve sought prerogative relief in connection with a decision of the British Columbia Review Board. The decision in...

S.B. v D.H. 2022 SKKB 216
The Saskatchewan Court of King’s Bench rendered a decision on a case involving the non-consensual distribution of intimate videos...

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📢New paper: "Using Terms and Conditions to apply Fundamental Rights to Content Moderation", by me, @N_Appelman & Ronan Ó Fathaigh, forthcoming in the @Ger_Law_Journal
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Vaccine-doubting doctor to pay $1M and her libel suit quashed | National Post https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/vaccine-doubting-doctor-to-pay-1-million-in-legal-costs-libel-suit

Today is the International Day to #EndImpunity in #CrimesAgainstJournalists. Investigative journalists are vital public watchdogs, ensuring the truth is reported & that democratic values are defended. #JournalismIsNotACrime


United States: 4.3 trillion readers can’t be wrong: why The Onion’s defence of satire should be heard by the US Supreme Court – Stephen Skalicky – Inforrm's Blog https://inforrm.org/2022/10/25/united-states-4-3-trillion-readers-cant-be-wrong-why-the-onions-defence-of-satire-should-be-heard-by-the-us-supreme-court-stephen-skalicky/

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