This panel featuring Professor Jamie Cameron, Professor Faisal Bhabha, Professor Finn Makela, and Derek Ross is a conversation on the state of academic freedom in Canada today. Moderated by Aaron Wudrick.
Philippe Lagassé: What the Accession of King Charles III Means for the Monarchy in Canada
In this episode of Runnymede Radio, Philippe Lagassé of Carleton University sits down to discuss what the accession of King Charles III means for the monarchy in Canada.
Law & Freedom 2023: Section 15 After Sharma
George Avraam and Prof. Hoi Kong in a discussion moderated by Christine Van Geyn discuss recent Supreme Court of Canada jurisprudence over section 15 of the Charter.
Faisal Bhabha and Dwight Newman: Constitutional Cleaves at the Supreme Court of Canada
This episode of Runnymede Radio is a special encore presentation of one of our best events from the past school year in which Professor Faisal Bhabha sat down with Professor Dwight Newman to discuss what they refer to as the emerging constitutional cleaves at the Supreme Court of Canada....
Law & Freedom 2023: The Emergencies Act and the ‘Freedom Convoy’
Prof. Ryan Alford, Prof. Leah West, Asher Honickman, and Cara Zwibel discuss the Emergencies Act and the 'Freedom Convoy' in a conversation moderated by Prof. Malcolm Lavoie. Please note that this panel was recorded before the Public Order Emergency Commission released its report regarding the invocation of the Emergencies Act.
Law & Freedom 2023: The Future of Section 12
Prof. Yuan Yi-Zhu, Prof. Lisa Kerr, and Prof. Steven Penney discuss the future of Section 12 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms following the Supreme Court of Canada's decision in R v Bissonnette. A conversation moderated by Jessica Kuredjian.
Cara Zwibel and Ryan Alford: What’s Next After the Emergencies Act Inquiry?
In this episode of Runnymede Radio, Professor Ryan Alford (Bora Laskin Faculty of Law) and Cara Zwibel (Canadian Civil Liberties Association) join our National Director Kristopher Kinsinger to discuss what we might expect to happen in the aftermath of the Emergencies Act inquiry.
Runnymede Fellows Program
The Runnymede Society seeks papers relating to themes of the rule of law, freedom, and constitutionalism. Any paper broadly falling into one of these categories is eligible. Papers should be between 5,000 and 10,000 words. Note that fellowship recipients may be required to condense the length of their papers prior...