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"La Fin de L'État de Droit?": Critique et réflexions

Avant de procéder, attaquons-nous à cette idée que je pourrais être biaisé étant donné que l’auteur de ce livre, Frédéric Bérard, est mon professeur. C’est intéressant. 2,236 more words

Campaign | Write and Ask your MP to Take a Stand on Omar Khadr

Dear friends,

Recently every Canadian MP and Senator received this letter [ > Omar Khadr and the Rule of Law ] from the Free Omar Khadr Now Campaign. 157 more words

Omar Khadr

He Said, She Said. But who’s really listening? (Delacey Stonehocker)

Relationships… they are a tricky business. Ideally one would hope to see balance and equity between two or more groups involved, be it business, personal, social or otherwise. 1,914 more words

Student Essay

Omar Khadr in Saskatchewan prison hospital after surgery on damaged shoulder

TORONTO – Canadian detainee Omar Khadr is recuperating in a secure prison hospital in Saskatchewan following surgery on his shoulder, which was badly wounded in Afghanistan 12 years ago, The Canadian Press has learned. 431 more words

World

Omar Khadr in Saskatoon after surgery

TORONTO – Canadian detainee Omar Khadr is recuperating in a secure prison hospital in Saskatchewan following surgery on his shoulder, which was badly wounded in Afghanistan 12 years ago, The Canadian Press has learned. 407 more words

Canada

SCC cherry-picks principles of interpretation to bounce Justice Nadon

When it came time for Prime Minister Harper to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court of Canada left open by the departure of Mr. Justice Fish (who I had the honour of appearing before on his last day sitting as a justice of the high court), the Liberals and the NDP joined forces with the Conservatives last October to welcome Mr. 721 more words

Politics And The Nation

Marc Nadon caught Stephen Harper's attention with dissent Khadr ruling in 2009

Quebec may have ultimately dashed Marc Nadon’s nomination for the Supreme Court of Canada, but his “long-shot” bid for the country’s highest court may never have occurred in the first place if he had not caught the eye of the Tories in a 2009 Omar Khadr ruling. 594 more words

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