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Aired 1 year ago 72:58
The Not About SNC-Lavalin Edition
On this week's episode of the pod, Hilary Young, Robert Danay and Oliver Pulleyblank discuss: The recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in R v. Jarvis, 2019 SCC 10 in which the Court held that a high school English teacher ought to be convicted of voyeurism after he surreptitiously filmed his female students using a pen camera; Issues about redemption, rehabilitation and denunciation raised by the sentences of serial killer Bruce McArthur and mosque mass murderer Alexandre Bissonnette; and The recent decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in Orphan Well Association v. Grant Thornton Ltd., 2019 SCC 5 in which the Court found that a bankrupt oil company was required to pay for the cleanup of its abandoned wells before paying off its secured creditors. In obiter dicta, Oliver discusses his recent trip to Palm Springs and Hilary unlocks some secret commands on Apple keyboards. Rob's obiter, which is about a recent threat of litigation by a son against his parents for compensation due to the fact that he was born without his prior consent, is available exclusively to our Patreon supporters as a bonus segment. We are on Twitter (@stereodecisis) and Facebook.
Aired 1 year ago 71:37
What Could be Moore Sweet?
On this week's episode of Stereo Decisis, the crew discuss the recent decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada inÂ R. v. Vice Media Canada Inc., 2018 SCC 53 andÂ Moore v. Sweet, 2018 SCC 52 as well as the federal government's recent announcement that it will introduce legislation devolving control over child welfare to Indigenous governments. In obiter dicta, Oliver recommends Nanette, a genre-bending Netflix special, Hilary recommends her beer Advent calendar and Rob recommends a story in which Brett Favre was duped into recording a video in which he inadvertently declared his support for white supremacy. You can find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Patreon. If you enjoyed the show, please leave us a rating and a review.
Aired 1 year ago 58:21
The Honest But Mistaken Belief Episode
On this week's episode of stereo decisis, the crew discuss the decision of the European Court of Justice that tastes may not be copyrighted, Statistics Canada's controversial attempt at collecting Canadians' banking information and the Supreme Court of Canada's decision absolving Joseph Groia of law society disciplinary sanctions for uncivil conduct. In obiter dicta Hilary talks about an upcoming Supreme Court of Canada case involving a woman who refused to hold the guardrail on an escalator in Montreal, Oliver recommends two interesting recently published novels and Rob talks about attending a concert by Record Club, Oliver's new band. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook and donate to the pod on Patreon!