The federal government has announced plans to create a Canada Water Agency, which will work with various stakeholders to find the best ways to ensure that Canada’s water remains clean, safe, and well managed. In this visual post, Professors Marie-France Fortin and Alexandre Lillo outline some of the key legal issues that may affect the actions of the Government of Canada and all of the stakeholders involved in water governance in Canada.
The past year has been a rich one for the Jurivision team and all of its valued contributors. In this post, we review some of the highlights of the past twelve months. This second year of the Jurivision experience has seen the publication of nearly thirty visual posts and three visual courses. These visual publications have been consulted by more than 20,000 Internet users around the world over the past twelve months.
Children’s participation in youth court proceedings is the theme of a new Jurivision.ca visual course. On November 22, join us for the official launch of this multimedia e-learning course at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law. Youth protection experts will discuss best practices and challenges arising from children’s participation in youth protection court proceedings.
Several members of the University of Ottawa law community intervened in the References re: Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act before the Supreme Court of Canada. In this video, we meet Joshua Ginsberg, Director of the University of Ottawa’s EcoJustice Environmental Law Clinic, who represented the David Suzuki Foundation to argue that climate change is a true national emergency.