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Expert: Quebec tables Bill 101 language law reforms

Published: 14May2021

The long-awaited bill clad with extensive measures to strengthen and protect the role of the French language in Quebec has been unveiled after months of discussions. Bill 96 aims to “reinforce”...

Experts: Scottish National Party promise independence referendum after election win

Published: 11May2021

The Scottish National Party is promising to hold a second independence referendum after election results announced Saturday saw pro-independence candidates gain a majority in the Scottish...

Experts: Apple users can say no to being tracked with new software update

Published: 29Apr2021

Apple rolled out a software update for its mobile devices that gives users the option of stopping apps from tracking their location and sharing other identifying information with third parties....

Experts: World Intellectual Property Day | April 26

Published: 23Apr2021

The World Intellectual Property Day shines a light on the critical role of small and medium-sized enterprises in the economy and how they can use intellectual property (IP) rights to build stronger...

Expert: Quebec court upholds most of province’s secularism law

Published: 21Apr2021

Quebec’s secularism law is largely legal, a Superior Court judge ruled on Tuesday, April 20, even as he acknowledged it violates the rights of Muslim women and has cruel and dehumanizing...

Experts: Federal elections 2019

Published: 27Aug2019

Here are the McGill experts available to comment on the upcoming Canadian Federal Election. The election is scheduled to take place on October 21, 2019.

Expert: Brexit

Published: 12Sep2019

The deadline for Brexit is October 31 and the uncertainty persists. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson suspended parliament until October 14 and now a Scottish court ruled that Boris Johnson’s...

Expert: WhatsApp security flaw

Published: 14May2019

"WhatsApp has revealed a vulnerability in its system that could have allowed hackers access to its users' phones, with a London-based human rights lawyer possibly among the targets....

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