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Charter may quickly become less relevant: Why Canadians outside of Quebec should watch the elections | CTV News

Published: 8Nov2022

September 6, 2022 | Professor Pearl Eliadis reflected on the Charter ahead of the Quebec elections and how the two pieces of legislation- and the CAQ's use of the notwithstanding clause to protect...

Researchers explore misinformation during Quebec election campaign | Global News

Published: 8Nov2022

October 3, 2022 | Researchers from McGill University, including Professor Taylor Owen, have conducted a study into online misinformation and the possible effects on the provincial election campaign...

2022 Annual Beaverbrook Lecture: Jameel Jaffer and Frances Haugen

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The Supreme Court of the United States is set to consider the two cases involving Florida and Texas’s social media laws, signalling a hugely significant court battle in the United States about the...

CIRM Seminar | De la ville intelligente à la ville intelligible [From the intelligent to the intelligible city]

29Oct202012:15
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CIRM invites you to reflect on the possibilities, limits, and promises of new technologies in an urban context based on the collective work De la ville i/centre-montrealCategory: Public lectures...

Perspectives on the 2019 Federal Elections

15Oct201917:00
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MISC is partnering with The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship to present a panel of experts to discuss the Canadian Federal Elections prior to the vote on October 21, 2019.F3450 rue...

Canadians' media-consumption habits lead to misinformation | National Observer

Published: 8Aug2019

August 7, 2019 | A report published by the Digital Democracy Project suggests that overall misinformation levels in Canada are low. However, certain trends in media consumption put news consumers...

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