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Latest Episodes

Episode 11: Legalize It

What is cannabis legalization going to look like? Are dispensaries legal? The answers in this episode which features Kyle's conversation with Canadian marijuana lawyer, Michael Lickver.

30 MIN2017 JAN 23
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Episode 11: Legalize It

Episode 10: Odd Laws - The Apology Acts

In Canada an apology is a special piece of evidence. So special in fact that it often isn't admissible in court. Find out why in this episode.

14 MIN2016 OCT 8
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Episode 10: Odd Laws - The Apology Acts

Episode 9: What is a Territory?

Canada is made up of 10 provinces and 3 territories. On this episode of Sui Generis the answer to a basic question: how do the two actually differ?

15 MIN2016 JUL 25
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Episode 9: What is a Territory?

Episode 8: Odd Laws - Small Change

Section 8 of the Canadian Currency Act is an odd law. Because of it, 100 dimes is not equal to a 10 dollar note. Find out why in this episode.

5 MIN2016 MAY 9
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Episode 8: Odd Laws - Small Change

Episode 7: Odd Laws - Highway Men

Section 34(1) of the Nova Scotia Public Highways Act is an odd law. It's a relic from a different time that remains in force today. Hear the story here.

5 MIN2016 MAR 14
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Episode 7: Odd Laws - Highway Men

Episode 6: Secret Recipes

Ever wonder how companies keep their secret flavours, spices and rubs secret? Does it have anything to do with why spices are not required to be listed individually in the ingredients list on food packaging? On today's show, the answers to these questions.

21 MIN2016 JAN 19
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Episode 6: Secret Recipes

Episode 5: Political Activity Audits

In May 2015, three Canada Revenue Agency auditors showed up at the Sierra Club Canada's door to audit it. They suspected that a group known for nature walks and environmental protection was engaged in "political activity". At skate was the future of the organization. On this month's episode, we explore the intersection between charities and tax law. We ask whether the prohibition banning charities from "political activity" is outdated and susceptible to abuse.

24 MIN2015 OCT 12
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Episode 5: Political Activity Audits

Episode 4: The Case of Mr. C

On October 6, 2012, Mr. Gerard Comeau (Mr. C) drove from New Brunswick to Quebec to buy a few cases of beer for his family. To his surprise, he was charged with violating the New Brunswick Liquor Control Act. He proclaims his innocence citing a Constitutional doctrine almost 150 years old.

10 MIN2015 JUL 28
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Episode 4: The Case of Mr. C

Episode 3: The Story of the MV San Demetrio

In Noveber 1940 the MV San Demetrio was attacked by a German cruiser while crossing the Atlantic Ocean. On this month's episode, a story of heroism that changed the law on maritime salvage to this day.

20 MIN2015 JUN 14
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Episode 3: The Story of the MV San Demetrio

Episode 2: A Right to a Healthy Environment

Canada doesn't have a constitutional right to a healthy environment. On this month's show, stories of people who are trying to change that.

25 MIN2015 MAY 5
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Episode 2: A Right to a Healthy Environment

Latest Episodes

Episode 11: Legalize It

What is cannabis legalization going to look like? Are dispensaries legal? The answers in this episode which features Kyle's conversation with Canadian marijuana lawyer, Michael Lickver.

30 MIN2017 JAN 23
Comments
Episode 11: Legalize It

Episode 10: Odd Laws - The Apology Acts

In Canada an apology is a special piece of evidence. So special in fact that it often isn't admissible in court. Find out why in this episode.

14 MIN2016 OCT 8
Comments
Episode 10: Odd Laws - The Apology Acts

Episode 9: What is a Territory?

Canada is made up of 10 provinces and 3 territories. On this episode of Sui Generis the answer to a basic question: how do the two actually differ?

15 MIN2016 JUL 25
Comments
Episode 9: What is a Territory?

Episode 8: Odd Laws - Small Change

Section 8 of the Canadian Currency Act is an odd law. Because of it, 100 dimes is not equal to a 10 dollar note. Find out why in this episode.

5 MIN2016 MAY 9
Comments
Episode 8: Odd Laws - Small Change

Episode 7: Odd Laws - Highway Men

Section 34(1) of the Nova Scotia Public Highways Act is an odd law. It's a relic from a different time that remains in force today. Hear the story here.

5 MIN2016 MAR 14
Comments
Episode 7: Odd Laws - Highway Men

Episode 6: Secret Recipes

Ever wonder how companies keep their secret flavours, spices and rubs secret? Does it have anything to do with why spices are not required to be listed individually in the ingredients list on food packaging? On today's show, the answers to these questions.

21 MIN2016 JAN 19
Comments
Episode 6: Secret Recipes

Episode 5: Political Activity Audits

In May 2015, three Canada Revenue Agency auditors showed up at the Sierra Club Canada's door to audit it. They suspected that a group known for nature walks and environmental protection was engaged in "political activity". At skate was the future of the organization. On this month's episode, we explore the intersection between charities and tax law. We ask whether the prohibition banning charities from "political activity" is outdated and susceptible to abuse.

24 MIN2015 OCT 12
Comments
Episode 5: Political Activity Audits

Episode 4: The Case of Mr. C

On October 6, 2012, Mr. Gerard Comeau (Mr. C) drove from New Brunswick to Quebec to buy a few cases of beer for his family. To his surprise, he was charged with violating the New Brunswick Liquor Control Act. He proclaims his innocence citing a Constitutional doctrine almost 150 years old.

10 MIN2015 JUL 28
Comments
Episode 4: The Case of Mr. C

Episode 3: The Story of the MV San Demetrio

In Noveber 1940 the MV San Demetrio was attacked by a German cruiser while crossing the Atlantic Ocean. On this month's episode, a story of heroism that changed the law on maritime salvage to this day.

20 MIN2015 JUN 14
Comments
Episode 3: The Story of the MV San Demetrio

Episode 2: A Right to a Healthy Environment

Canada doesn't have a constitutional right to a healthy environment. On this month's show, stories of people who are trying to change that.

25 MIN2015 MAY 5
Comments
Episode 2: A Right to a Healthy Environment

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