Online Charter Series: Contact Tracing Apps

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Numerous countries use contact tracing apps to help track COVID exposure. But how do these apps work? And what impact do they have on privacy? Join Professors Emily Laidlaw [...]

Online Charter Series: Constitutional Dissent

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Speaker: Eric M. Adams, Vice Dean and Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta What is the line between constitutionally-protected dissent and the protection of worksites, workplaces, and workers? [...]

Online Charter Series: Section 1, the Charter’s Balancing Provision

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Speaker: Patricia Paradis, Executive Director, Centre for Constitutional Studies How do courts balance the constitutional protection of individual rights and freedoms in the Charter with the interests of the community as [...]

Civil Liberty and Fundamental Rights: A Juridical Perspective

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Speaker: Quentin Skinner, Barber Beaumont Professor of the Humanities, Queen Mary University of London Professor Skinner considers two competing views of civil liberty – one, the condition of not [...]

Pandemic, Populism and Democracy

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Speakers: Jeremy Webber, Oonagh Fitzgerald, and Pablo Ouziel. Jeremy Webber, Oonagh Fitzgerald, and Pablo Ouziel reflect on how governments have elected to assert themselves during the pandemic, how citizens [...]