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264 V O L . 7 5 P A R T 2 M A R C H 2 0 1 7 THE ADVOCATE can claim to be legitimate—in the face of continual disagreement over what those principles should be.” Professor Webber has written extensively on labour relations, Indigenous rights in Canada and Australia, the relationship between Quebec and the rest of Canada, issues of nationhood and cultural minorities and questions of constitutional design and interpretation. Election to the academies of the RSC is Canada’s highest academic honour and signals that the scholar, scientist or artist has made remarkable lifelong contributions to their field and to public life. t t t t t TRU Law fac culty are bold and vis ionary thinkers We would like to congra s. atulate our many faculty me published books and ar mbers who have nt highlights from: Dr. Ryan R Gauthier Dr. ChrisHun mpic The International Olym Committ , La , and n: book hirazian, JD 2016) yanGauthier rticles, including these recen Chris Hun nt ee w abilit Account y (London Routledge, 2017). This b examines human rights caused by the Games. (with Nikta S “Cana ’s Sta atutory Privacy Torts in Commonw wealth Perspective” (2016) ord d Univer y Comparative s abuses da’ Oxf tru ca/law sit Law Forum 3. tru.


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