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Free and fair elections are the cornerstones of democracies. This issue of LawNow examines elections law in Canada and around the world.
There are many differences between the U.S. and Canadian election laws, but here are our top 10!
Perhaps our hopes are too high. The reality is that post-conflict elections are often far from satisfactory.
From theory to reality: a candidate’s journey through an election is both bruising and rewarding.
Elections in Alberta follow a four-year cycle, and there is lots of work to do in between elections.
There is consensus in Canada and around the world that strict electoral financing rules are necessary for democracy and transparency.
There are many challenges to the right to privacy for Canadians: fortunately, we have committed and engaged privacy commissioners to help.
The new tort of Invasion of Privacy has been created in Canadian law, aptly summarized as Intrusion on Seclusion.
Nowhere is protection of personal privacy more important than in the realm of criminal law. The Canadian Charter of Rights contains important safeguards for Canadians facing criminal charges.
Facebook users need to know about the privacy challenges that can arise from the use of this popular social media site.
Human Rights Law
Law and Literature
Landlord and Tenant Law
What Ever Happened to … A Follow-up to Famous Cases