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Our laws and ethical practices have evolved over centuries. But today, tech is on an exponential curve and is affecting practically everyone—everywhere, pulling society from its roots and reordering the way we live. Amidst these changes, how do we make sure our laws keep pace with the times? Join Yves Faguy of CBA National in conversation with leading legal minds and practitioners exploring this question. -- Nos lois et nos pratiques en matière d'éthique ont évolué au fil des siècles. Mais a ...
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Did you ever stop and think that this experience we call life is only and for one reason to fully express your greatness to love deeply, to give, receive and so definitely surrender to the flow in your Vortex.... YAASS you have or you would not be here <3 To the joy of being in\of service!! Always keep passing the bucket of love ,leave sparkling lights of happiness where ever you go ...
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Are you feeling lost and unsure about the direction your life is heading? Are you ready to take action and make positive changes, but don't know where to start? Look no further! The TSM-Podcast, hosted by Armand Treceno, is here to provide the inspiration and guidance you need to understand and apply the process of making life-changing decisions.Through interviews with successful individuals from diverse backgrounds, Armand delves into the pivotal moments that transformed their lives for the ...
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Running a startup (small business) or managing a successful career can be stressful. We explore ways we can improve startup/caeer life, grow our businesses/careers, achieve our goals and get back time with our loved ones. 18 hours day should not be our normal Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/weblysoft/support
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As Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine hits the two-year mark – 10 years since the invasion of the Crimean Peninsula – the situation is dire. The ground battle had become mostly deadlocked until Ukrainians retreated earlier this month from the town of Avdiivka. Support from Western democracies has been skittish of late. Republicans in the U.S. …
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Our guest today is Arif Virani, the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada who has kindly agreed to share with our listeners the status of several pressing issues. We discuss criminal justice reform, the recent pause on the expansion of medical assistance in dying and plans to reduce online harms legislation. He also addresses judicial …
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À la tête de cet événement se tient Dan Béran, le visionnaire qui a su transformer une simple compétition en une expérience inoubliable. Son engagement indéfectible envers la Coupe de Noël a fait de cet événement une tradition chère au cœur de Genève, unissant les habitants dans une camaraderie chaleureuse et festive année après année. Plongez-vous…
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In the field of law, there are several crucial areas where generative AI demonstrates considerable promise – namely in the efficiencies it can create in contract generation, document review, legal research, and predictive analytics. So it’s expected to become an indispensable productivity tool across the legal profession The question then arises: h…
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We've been talking a lot about AI on the podcast and on CBA National, and one of the issues that keeps coming up is the challenge for a country like Canada in selecting the right approach to regulating AI risk. It's not as if there's a single model out there. The EU is trying to set the gold standard for the world, much as it did with its GDPR priv…
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Passionate about what he did with his photography, Tim overcame obstacles to hone his photographic skills, which helped him develop the dramatic demonstration technique. This creative strategy, which was ultimately crucial to his success, resulted in a historic event: the first live webinar from the edge of the Grand Canyon, where technology and en…
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One of the significant controversies about AI is the impact of generative software on the use and production of cultural works. The fast-growing popularity of these tools raises big questions about the ethics of AI-generated works and whether they amount to a technologically advanced form of plagiarism. Lawsuits have been popping up around the worl…
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La Dre. Belabbas, a tracé un itinéraire impressionnant pour concrétiser son rêve de créer sa propre clinique. Son parcours est un modèle de persévérance et d'engagement dans le domaine médical. Dès le début de sa carrière, la Dre. Belabbas a démontré un engagement inébranlable envers la médecine. Après avoir obtenu son diplôme de médecine, elle est…
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Mary Moreau of Alberta has been tapped to fill the vacancy left by Russel Brown on the Supreme Court. Nadia Effendi gives us some background on Justice Moreau and what her nomination means. Effendi also discusses the Supreme Court’s latest rulings in the IAA reference, Mason v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration), La Presse inc. v. Quebec, as well…
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If you think that description of our criminal justice system is a bit harsh, well, you should read the latest book by our guest today. Benjamin Perrin is a law professor at the UBC's Allard School of Law. He has served in the Prime Minister of Canada's Office as in-house legal counsel and lead policy advisor on criminal justice and public safety. H…
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Kristen van de Biezenbos, a law professor at California Western, teaches environmental, energy and climate change law and has written extensively about energy justice and electricity regulation. Her research has also brought her to Canada – she taught for several years at the University of Calgary, where she focused on Canada’s energy transmission …
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Théo Gmür, un nom qui résonne comme un hymne à la résilience et à la détermination, a inscrit son parcours dans l'histoire du sport suisse d'une manière tout à fait exceptionnelle. Les moments de gloire de Théo Gmür sont venu sur la scène internationale, aux Jeux paralympiques. Représentant la Suisse, il a ébloui le monde en remportant plusieurs mé…
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Jordan Furlong is an analyst and forecaster for the legal sector, focused on the most important trends shaping the provision of legal services and the formation and regulation of lawyers. He’s the author of a weekly Substack on a range of critical topics for the legal profession, and of the book Law Is a Buyer’s Market: Building a Client-First Law …
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Noam Yaron, jeune Morgien de 26 ans, marie sport et science pour une cause vitale : la préservation des eaux et de la biodiversité. Son exploit sportif sans précédent, la traversée de la Suisse par les Alpes à la force humaine en moins de 10 jours, vise à sensibiliser le public à la fragilité des écosystèmes aquatiques suisses. Associé à des expert…
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In the world of luxury cars, one company stands out for its unwavering commitment to excellence and its dedication to providing the finest retail customer experience. Pegasus Automotive Group has firmly established its presence in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Kuwait, Geneva, London, the USA, and the Far East. Among the prestigious names under the Pegasus Auto…
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Yves Faguy catches up again with Nadia Effendi of BLG to brief us on the latest at the Supreme Court of Canada. Effendi is a partner at BLG, based out of Toronto and Ottawa, a member of the CBA’s Federal Courts Bench and Bar Liaison Committee. She is also the chair of BLG's Appellate Advocacy and Public Law Group. Before joining the firm, she serve…
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Yves Faguy speaks with Justin Safayeni, partner at Stockwoods LLP, about defamation law, anti-SLAPP legislation, and their effects on freedom of expression. In today's digital age, information has become a powerful tool, capable of spreading rapidly and influencing public opinion like never before. However, this very same power can also be weaponiz…
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Préparez-vous à un épisode de podcast captivant qui vous transportera dans l'univers extraordinaire de Ludovic Baron. Rejoignez-nous pour plonger dans le parcours captivant de cet artiste polyvalent, réalisateur et photographe, qui redéfinit les frontières de la créativité. Découvrez l'ascension fulgurante de Ludovic Baron, qui débute dans le monde…
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Thomas Crauwels est un photographe qui a trouvé sa niche dans les sommets enneigés des Alpes suisses. Ses images à couper le souffle de ces montagnes majestueuses ont attiré l'attention du public dans le monde entier, et il est facile de comprendre pourquoi. Thomas Crauwels a toujours été attiré par la beauté de la nature, et sa passion pour la pho…
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In 2022, Canada experienced a major milestone as it welcomed over 437,000 immigrants, leading to annual population growth of over one million for the first time in history. The country has set an even more ambitious target of welcoming 500,000 new immigrants yearly by 2025. While there are compelling arguments in favor of accelerating immigration, …
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L'intelligence artificielle représente une avancée technologique majeure et transformationnelle. Alors que les voix s’élèvent pour réclamer une pause sur l’utilisation de l’IA, le temps de reprendre le contrôle de « ces boîtes noires imprévisibles », les tribunaux administratifs sont en quelque sorte les cobayes de leur emploi dans notre système de…
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To most legal professionals, Guy Pratte doesn't need an introduction. He is a senior counsel at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, a highly sought-after lawyer with vast experience in commercial litigation, class actions, administrative and constitutional law, and public inquiries. He's a veteran of the Supreme Court of Canada, and courts of appeal in Onta…
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Yves Faguy speaks with UNB associate law professor Kerri A. Froc about gender equality rights, the notwithstanding clause and why the Supreme Court’s composition matters. Kerri is an associate professor at UNB Law, as well as a Trudeau and Vanier Scholar. She has taught courses at Carleton University, Queen’s University and University of Ottawa on …
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Édouard Henry travaillait comme ingénieur en électronique dans une entreprise qui fabrique des antennes de communication. Cependant, lorsqu'il a participé à une émission de télé-réalité culinaire, le meilleur pâtissier sur M6, sa vie a pris un tournant inattendu. Après sa participation à l'émission de télé-réalité, Édouard a décidé de quitter son t…
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Noam Yaron a battu un nouveau record du monde en traversant le lac Léman en longueur. Mais son exploit ne s'est pas arrêté là. Noam a établi un nouveau standard pour la préservation des eaux en nageant 188 km à travers les 5 plus grands lacs de Suisse en seulement 11 jours et tout cela en 60 heures 40 minutes et 55 secondes d’effort, battant ainsi …
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In this episode, Yves Faguy catches up again with Nadia Effendi of BLG to brief us on the latest at the Supreme Court of Canada. Effendi is a partner at BLG, based out of Toronto and Ottawa, a member of the CBA’s Federal Courts Bench and Bar Liaison Committee. She is also the chair of BLG's Appellate Advocacy and Public Law Group. Before joining th…
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Yves Faguy speaks with Vancouver lawyer and advocate Rob Laurie about B.C.'s decriminalization pilot and what governments need to do for it to succeed. We're still in the early stages of a ground-breaking change in drug policy in British Columbia. For the next three years, adults will not be charged for possessing up to 2.5 grams of certain hard dr…
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Notre invitée est Céline Castets-Renard, chercheure régulière au Centre de recherche en droit, technologie et société de l’Université d’Ottawa, et professeure titulaire à la Section de droit civil de la Faculté de droit. Elle est titulaire de la  Chaire de recherche de l’Université sur l’intelligence artificielle responsable à l'échelle mondiale. A…
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Sainte Nicole, la jeune artiste qui vient de sortir son premier single intitulé "Vanité" , a partagé son histoire sur comment elle a surmonté les doutes et les obstacles pour suivre sa passion pour la musique. Elle a déclaré qu'elle a pris la décision de devenir chanteuse car c'était ce qu'elle voulait vraiment faire, mais elle n'était pas sûre d'e…
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Mark Guilbert is an international life management coach who is dedicated to helping his clients achieve their goals and live a fulfilling life. With over a decade of experience in the field, he has a reputation for being able to get to the root of his clients' issues and develop personalised plans to help them succeed. Guilbert believes that true s…
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In October, CBA National reported on findings from a recent national study, spearheaded by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada and the CBA, that rang the alarm on the wellness of legal professionals. The study shone a light on the heavy toll that daily work takes on legal professionals. The research revealed significantly higher levels of psy…
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Yves Faguy speaks with legal sector analyst Jordan Furlong, author of Law21.ca, about the multiplying disruptions facing the legal profession all at once. With so many overlapping crises happening at once, feeding off one another and contributing to the unraveling of longstanding institutions, how must the legal profession prepare itself for the fu…
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Yves Faguy speaks with economist Robin Shaban, founder of Vivic Research about competition law and why reforms should aim to make it more growth inclusive. Robin Shaban is the co-founder and associate at Vivic research, an economic consultancy for organizations working towards positive social change. They are the co-founder of the Canadian Anti-Mon…
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Que font les sportifs de haut niveau afin d'atteindre les cimes qu'ils convoitent? Comment font ils pour prendre la bonne direction et préparer leurs corps de façons adéquate et optimale pour être prêt quand l'heure de la compétition à sonné? Et comment font ils pour savoir quelles sont les parties de leurs physique qui doit être travailler en prio…
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Episode 15: Supreme Court briefing In this episode, Yves Faguy speaks with Nadia Effendi of BLG to brief us on the latest at the Supreme Court of Canada. Effendi is a partner at BLG, based out of Toronto and Ottawa, a member of the CBA’s Federal Courts Bench and Bar Liaison Committee. She is also the chair of BLG's Appellate Advocacy and Public Law…
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Pour le dessert que voulez-vous ? Une photographie, voici résumé en un cliché ce qui pousse Kim Boehringer à créer des images d'une douceur absolue. Le résultat de ces mises en scène culinaire vous font saliver et vous nourrissent par la même occasion. Et pas que, car Kim est doublée d'une marketeuse qui à fait ses preuves en officiant pendant plus…
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Yves Faguy speaks with law professor Tuma Young, KC, of Cape Breton University about the revitalization of Indigenous legal orders and what it means to braid them into Canada’s contemporary system of laws. Young, who grew up in the traditions of the Eskasoni First Nation, is a researcher and an assistant professor in Indigenous studies and politica…
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La musique cette vibration qui nous accompagne tout au long de notre vie nous la devons à ces compositeurs qui n'ont de cesse de créer ces mélodies qui nous enchantent petits et grands. Comment devient on compositeur, quels sont les étapes nécessaires afin de parvenir à vivre de sa passion. Comment est ce que l'on concilie l'artiste avec le commerc…
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Yves Faguy speaks with Karen Eltis of the University of Ottawa about our courts’ modernization efforts and the challenges ahead. Professor Eltis is the contributing editor to the CBA No Turning Back Report, released in February 2021. She is a law professor at the University of Ottawa and specializes in artificial intelligence, innovation law and po…
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Episode 12: Supreme Court briefing In this episode, Yves Faguy speaks with Nadia Effendi of BLG to brief us on the latest at the Supreme Court of Canada. Effendi is a partner at BLG, based out of Toronto and Ottawa, a member of the CBA’s Federal Courts Bench and Bar Liaison Committee. She is also the chair of BLG's Appellate Advocacy and Public Law…
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Comme tout les enfants de son âge Christophe Varidel a essayé une multitude d'activité sportive, jusqu'au jour ou le basket la rattrapé au point d'abandonner toutes les autres disciplines sportives, et à termes, devenir un joueur professionnel de basket reconnu. Justement c'est le récit de cette transformation qu'il va nous compter des début diffic…
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Yves Faguy speaks with Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner Patricia Kosseim about aligning our values as a society with laws governing privacy fit for the coming age of AI. Patricia Kosseim began her career as a lawyer in Montréal at Heenan Blaikie, practising in health law, privacy law, and civil litigation. She has worked at Genome Can…
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L’écriture pour compagne de vie, pour exprimer ses pensées, son émotion du moment et finalement pour partager une histoire hors du commun avec en filigrane la joie de vivre qui est la force propre à l’existence de chacun tout d’abord et commune par la suite. Comment se décider à franchir le pas? Pour écrire et ensuite publier son premier roman ? Qu…
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Comment tirer parti des compétences et resources interne de votre entreprise? Vous l’ignorez peut être mais vous avez déjà tout ce dont vous avez besoin en interne, et le tout ne demande qu’à s’exprimer. Vous vous demandez peut être quelles sont les stratégies à mettre en place afin de stimuler l'auto-engagement et la créativité en mobilisant les c…
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Comment laisser derrière soit un poste de CEO pour se lancer dans une activité complètement différente de ce que l'on était habitué et surtout maitrisait pour embrasser une voie toute nouvelle avec les incertitudes que cela comporte au passage? Comme la digitalisation des entreprises est à notre époque une nécessité et non plus un paramètre à prend…
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Yves Faguy speaks with Malcolm Lavoie of the University of Alberta and an associate counsel at Miller Thomson about our property rights in an increasingly cashless and digital economy. To contact us (please include in the subject line ''Podcast''): national@cba.orgBy Canadian Bar Association
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Nowadays unfortunately most people during the span of their corporate careers will face redundancy at some point. Now, with this in mind how do you bounce back, specifically when you are over 50 years? Glad you asked, because Hulya Kurt just overcome this hurdle brilliantly and will share with you her experience and how she became a coach to help p…
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Yves Faguy speaks with Wissam Aoun about our IP laws and their fitness for purpose in the digital era. Aoun is the Acting Associate Dean at Windsor Law. He’s also an assistant professor focusing his research on patent law, professional regulation and governance. He has previously taught copyright law and trademark law. Aoun is also the new co-edito…
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For many of us, the term MLM does not ring a bell; for others, it is not the way to go; and for some who profoundly transformed their life after discovering Multi-Level Marketing, it has been a journey they will never forget and for which they will not swap anything. Maite Nieto has been utilising multilevel marketing for many years to improve her …
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Yves Faguy speaks with Lex Gill of the Citizen Lab and a lawyer at Trudel Johnston & Lespérance in Montreal about how emerging technologies are making us rethink our protections under the Charter. To contact us (please include in the subject line ''Podcast''): national@cba.orgBy Canadian Bar Association
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