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CBC Radio. “Sexual harassment in the workplace.” CBC Radioactive, 22 November 2017.

CBC Radio. “Sex Discrimination in Northern BC.” CBC Daybreak North, 6 November 2017.

Tracy Johson. “Will pipeline protests get lost amid the noise of the Trump era?” CBC News, 29 January 2017.

Vicki Hall. “The case for Calgary as host of the 2026 Olympic Games?” National Post, 6 January 2017.

Radio-Canada (Winnipeg). “Histoire et les droits de la personne,” 21 September 2016.

David Ebner. “Going for Gold – Again,” The Globe and Mail, 12 August 2016.

Radio-Canada. “Les ambitions olympiques de Calgary ne seraient pas bonnes pour le Canada,” Le Café Show, 29 June 2016.

Dominique Clément (op-ed). “Calgary’s Olympic ambitious amount to a bad deal for all Canadians.” Edmonton Journal, 27 June 2016.

David Ebner. “Going for gold – again.” Globe and Mail, 12 August 2016.

Radio-Canada. “Les ambitions olympiques de Calgary ne seraient pas bonnes pour le Canada,” Le Café Show, 29 June 2016.

Dan Taekema, “Vegans argue they’re a ‘creed’ under Ontario human rights law,” Toronto Star, 4 February 2016.

Radio-Canada (Alberta): L’inflation des droits s’enracine au Canada? 3 June 2015.

TV Rogers: Entre Nous on the Montreal Olympics, 4 June 2015.

CBC Radio: The 180 on rights inflation in Canada, 7 June 2015.

Editorial, “Too Many Rights Make Wrong.” National Post, 3 June 2015.

Joseph Brean, “The dark side of ‘rights inflation’: Why activists should ‘reject the impulse to frame all grievances as human rights‘.” National Post, 1 June 2015.

Dominique Clément (op-ed), “Too Many Controversies for a Museum?Edmonton Journal, 14 October 2014.

Deborah Black, “How do you curate a museum of human rights?Toronto Star, 20 September 2014.

Martine Bordeleau, “Ouverture du Musée canadien pour les droits de la personne.” ICI Radio-Canada (CKSB Winnipeg), 19 September 2014, @ 7:45am CT. Live radio interview in the inaugural of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

Danielle Beaudoin, “Une nouvelle génération de droits de la personne?” ICI Radio-Canada, 20 September 2014.

Danielle Beaudoin, “Droits de la personne : 10 cas qui ont marqué l’histoire.” ICI Radio-Canada, 20 September 2014.

Alberta PrimeTime, CTV, 21 May 2014. Televised debate on the Check your Privilege campaign.

The Arlene Bynon Show, SiriusXM, 12 May 2014, 4:45pm EST. Live radio interview on the Jan Butman case in Alberta.

Jennifer Gerson. “Discrimination case pits transgender rights against those of a religious school after teacher fired for changing gender,” National Post 11 May 2014.

Jean-François Nadeau,”Loi spéciale – Comparable à la Loi sur les mesures de guerre?Le Devoir, 19 May 2012.

CBC Radio: The Current on Time Magazine’s Person of the Year: The Protestor. 28 December 2011 [begins at 11 minutes]

Rachel Mendelson, “Occupy Toronto: An Inside Look at the Movement that has Activists Hopeful, Business Leaders Worried.” Huffington Post (Canadian Edition), 14 October 2011.

Jamie Ross. “Freedom of Information Laws in Canada.” The Daily Gleaner (New Brunswick), 31 May 2011.

CBC Radio: The Current on the G20 protests in Toronto. 6 July 2010 [begins at 11min and 35 seconds]

Connect with Mark Kelly, CBC Television, 6 July 2010. Televised interview on the G20 protests in Toronto.

Dominique Clément (op-ed). “How Will Canada Handle 2010 Protests?Edmonton Journal, 27 August 2008.

Stephen Hume. “Draconian rules on archives use cast a chill on researchers.” Vancouver Sun, 28 November 2007. Gary Mitchell, Provincial Archivist of British Columbia, responds. Vancouver Sun, 4 December 2007.

Neil Hall. “The Summer of Love in 1967 and social protest in the Sixties.” Vancouver Sun, 14 August 2007.

Michael Valpy. “Did the boomers bring peace to Canada?Globe and Mail, 1 June 2007.

Momoko Price. “Whitey Don’t see that: The rising recognition of ‘white privilege’ in Western academia.” Ubysee, 29 January 2007.

Thomas Walkom. “Terror talk feeds insecurity.” Toronto Star, 12 January 2006.