The Supreme Court's ruling in R v Jarvis updates the analysis of a "reasonable expectation of privacy," but does it go far enough in addressing gendered violence?
Yukon First Nations took the territorial government to court over its betrayal of a commitment to protect the Peel watershed. The case will establish a precedent for many other Indigenous groups.
As you may recall, OpenMedia intervened in a landmark Internet and free expression case at the Supreme Court of Canada, Google Inc. v. Equustek Solutions. Here's a recap.
Christy Clark said she was excited about the Supreme Court decision, but she was Minister of Education when the problems started.
Not only is OpenMedia defending your digital rights at the Supreme Court, but our work will help to eliminate cases of censorship-by-copyright online.
The deadline for the assisted dying legislation is coming up quick. But, if Bill C-14 isn't passed, is that really such a bad thing?
One day before International Women's Day, let's take a moment to celebrate the career of a Canadian treasure: Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella.
Equal funding within a fundamentally unjust system cannot lead to justice. If the problem is colonialism, then the answer is decolonization.
First, the B.C. Supreme Court ruling that the province failed to consult with First Nations on the Northern Gateway pipeline. Then, the announcement of a new management plan for herring with the DFO.
The Supreme Court decreed that assisted suicide can be allowed under the Charter and gave the government a year to pass law conforming to this ruling. Here's some serious business that's in a muddle.