Category Archives: Criminal

When the Courts Close One Door, They May Open Many More: Maintenance Logs and the Potential Implications of an Appeal in R v Vallentgoed

By: Elliot Holzman  PDF Version:  When the Courts Close One Door, They May Open Many More: Maintenance Logs and the Potential Implications of an Appeal in R v Vallentgoed Case Commented On: R v Vallentgoed, 2016 ABCA 358 (CanLII) Following the recent … Continue reading

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Anti-Terrorism Law Reform: Required Changes to the Terrorism Financing Provisions

By: Hayleigh Cudmore, Elliot Holzman, Andrea Mannell, and Sarah Miller PDF Version: Anti-Terrorism Law Reform: Required Changes to the Terrorism Financing Provisions Provisions Commented on: Sections 83.02, 83.03 and 83.04, Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c C-46 Editor’s Note: This is the third … Continue reading

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Acting Out of Order: The Need for Real Time Oversight of CSIS Judicial Warrants

By: Navreet Bal, Tim Horon, Tiana Knight, Ryan Shudra, and Jessie Sunner  PDF Version: Acting Out of Order: The Need for Real Time Oversight of CSIS Judicial Warrants Provisions Commented On: Sections 12 to 12.2 of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act, … Continue reading

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Curtailing Free Expression: A Barbaric Cultural Practice? A Critical Comment on Section 83.221 of the Criminal Code

By: Kiran Fatima, Meagan Potier, Jordan Szoo and Stephen Armstrong PDF Version: Curtailing Free Expression: A Barbaric Cultural Practice? A Critical Comment on Section 83.221 of the Criminal Code Provision Commented On: Section 83.221 of the Criminal Code, RSC 1985, c … Continue reading

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Reviewing Canada’s National Security Framework

By: Michael Nesbitt PDF Version: Reviewing Canada’s National Security Framework This term, the University of Calgary, Faculty of Law offered for the first time a new Criminal Law & Policy Lab: Terrorism Law & Reform. The idea behind the course was, … Continue reading

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