1. Justice Beats - "Look For Love" (Official Music Video)


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    Produced by: Kill Fashion Films In Association with: Dorians Street Top Villain Directed + Edited by: Stanley Jude Patrao https://twitter.com/#!/DinosaurusJR Producer + DOP: Mike Stoddart https://twitter.com/#!/CG_MikeyV DOP + Assistant Editor & Grip: Evan Wheatley https://twitter.com/#!/e_wheatley Additional Camera: Deryck DeGale Production Assistant: Abdi Aden Art Direction by: Stanley Jude Patrao THANKS: Alan Manwarren Abdi Aden Dorian's Street Top Villain & The CCC

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    • Justice For Mahjoub | Court Support Rally


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      **************************************************** SPEAKERS & PERFORMERS :: Mohammad Mahjoub -- www.supportmahjoub.org :: Rosina from LAL -- http://lalforest.bandcamp.com/ :: Leah Henderson -- http://conspiretoresist.wordpress.com/leah-henderson/ :: Test Their Logik -- http://www.testtheirlogik.com/ :: No One Is Illegal - Toronto -- www.nooneisillegal.org **************************************************** Supporters of Mohammad Mahjoub packed the federal courthouse at 180 Queen St. W. in Toronto and held a rally outside during the mid-day break in proceedings on Thursday September 6th. Mr. Mahjoub is one of three muslim men still fighting the much criticized security certificates (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Security_certificate). Former Cabinet Minister Stockwell Day has been forced by Mohammad Mahjoub's lawyers to testify in Mr. Mahjoub's case and he testified via video link on Thursday. After the original security certificate legislation was struck down by the Supreme Court as unconstitutional, Stockwell Day was responsible for bringing in new security certificate legislation in 2007 against broad public disapproval. He personally signed new "security certificates" against Mohammad Mahjoub, Mahmoud Jaballah, Mohamed Harkat, Adil Charkaoui and Hassan Almrei in 2008, condemning them to further years of humiliation and arbitrary detention. This is a landmark case as it is highly unusual to for a cabinet minister to be ordered to be held accountable to the court. Background (From the Support Mahjoub Facebook event page) After a year’s delay, Mohammad Mahjoub’s “reasonability hearings” have started again. Reasonability hearings are what pass for a trial in security certificate cases. In parallel to the secret hearings in which secret information is presented to the judge in the absence of Mr. Mahjoub and his lawyers, public hearings, which Mr. Mahjoub, his lawyers and the public are allowed to attend, will resume this summer and continue through the fall. A secret hearing to cross-examine “CSIS#2″ took place at a secret location in Ottawa on July 6th. It’s been an eventful year: In the summer of 2011, Department of Justice employees made off with boxes of Mr. Mahjoub’s confidential defense documents, leading to the suspension of reasonability hearings for an entire year. In December 2011, the media released confidential memos dating from 2008 in which CSIS admitted that the “bulk” of their case against Mr. Mahjoub was based on information likely obtained under torture. In February 2012, for the first time in 12 years, Mr. Mahjoub was permitted to leave Toronto; he immediately embarked on a seven-city speaking tour to tell his story to the public. In May, the Federal Court dismissed 11 government lawyers and clerks who were involved in seizing Mr. Mahjoub’s confidential defence documents – but ruled that the case should proceed. Finally, in June, on the eve of 12th anniversary protests in support of Mr. Mahjoub, the Federal Court threw out key parts of CSIS’s case against Mr. Mahjoub: after 12 years, the court acknowledged that CSIS-prepared summaries of some conversations were not reliable as evidence and were no substitute for the original transcripts, which CSIS had destroyed. More information: Justice for Mahjoub Network www.supportmahjoub.org justiceformahjoub@gmail.com Video & editing by Kevin Konnyu

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      • Justice for Sammy Yatim - Memorial for Toronto Youth Shot to Death by Police


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        A memorial for Sammy Yatim, the eighteen-year old who was shot nine times by police as he stood alone in an empty streetcar with a three-inch knife in hand, a threat to no one. With twenty-three cops surrounding the streetcar and Sammy alone inside, the only word to describe what happened to him is murder. We must always remember him and the countless others that have been killed by police. We must seek justice and do our best to put an end to such senseless deaths.

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        • Justice Robert Sharpe - The Canadian Constitution as a Living Tree | Treehouse Talks, MaRS Discovery District, April 1, 2011


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          Justice Robert Sharpe talks about the Canadian Constitution through the metaphor of a living tree. ******************* In 1928, the Supreme Court of Canada was asked whether women were “persons” in the Constitution of Canada for the purpose of appointing them to the Senate. The Supreme Court said “no”. The case was appealed to the Privy Council of England, who decided that “yes, women are persons”. Who was correct? Robert Sharpe has been a judge of the Court of Appeal for Ontario since 1999. After graduating with a B.A. from the University of Western Ontario in 1966 and an LL.B. from University of Toronto in 1970, he attended Oxford University where he graduated in 1974 with a D.Phil. Robert Sharpe was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1974 and practised with MacKinnon McTaggart (later McTaggart Potts) in the area of civil litigation. He taught at the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto from 1976 to 1988 and served under Chief Justice Brian Dickson as Executive Legal Officer at the Supreme Court Canada from 1988 to 1990. Robert Sharpe was appointed Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto in 1990 and served in that capacity until his appointment as member of the Ontario Court of Justice (General Division) (now the Superior Court of Justice), in 1995. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1991, awarded the Ontario Bar Association Distinguished Service Award in 2005, elected a Senior Fellow of Massey College in 2006, and received the Mundell Medal for Distinguished Contribution to Law and Letters in 2008. He was appointed as a Visiting Professor, Oxford University, in 2011. Robert Sharpe has written several books including The Law of Habeas Corpus (3rd ed. 2011); The Last Day, the Last Hour: The Currie Libel Trial, (1988); Injunctions and Specific Performance (3rd ed. 2000); The Charter of Rights and Freedoms (with Kent Roach) (4th ed. 2009), Brian Dickson: A Judge’s Journey (with Kent Roach) (2003); The Persons Case: The Origins and Legacy of the Fight for Legal Personhood (with Patricia McMahon) (2007); The Lazier Murder: Prince Edward County, 1884 (forthcoming). Justice Sharpe has also published many scholarly articles. He is a frequent lecturer at academic conferences and professional development seminars. He was a member of the Advisory Panel to assist the Constitution of Kenya Review Commission regarding the judiciary (2002) and a member of the International Bar Association Rapid Response Missions to investigate threats to judicial independence in Russia (2005) and Pakistan (2007).

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          • Justify My Thug - Street Style


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            Here's my first video segment out of my Justify my Thug series. Growing up in Scarborough, Ontario - Canada, I always recognized the culture behind the place. The language, the attire and attitude was all a part of my hood. Through this video, I wanted to show 3 feminine yet street ensembles that were representative of where I grew up and pay homage to the fact that I will carry it with me forever. What's that famous saying? You can take the girl out of Scarborough, but you can't take the Scarborough out the girl. ;)

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            • Justina & Eric • New Liskeard, Ontario


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              You know the saying that goes something like, "it's the quiet ones you've got to look out for"? I'd definitely say that is true with these two. Justina and Eric are two of the sweetest people on the Earth, but it's as if they have no idea! Take our word for it - they're awesome. And their wedding day was no different. Everything was so spectacular, and they couldn't have had a better day for it! Cheers to a happy marriage. You two are truly kick-butt. By the way, you probably want to check out Justina's photography! Here you go: http://www.justinaphippen.com/ Produced by Sawmill Creative Learn more at http://sawmillcreative.ca

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              • Justin Bieber Toronto #UnderTheMistletoe Buyout


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                We're all going to meet at 1:00 P.M. at Yonge and Dundas Square on November 5th, 2011. We will all go together to HMV inside the Eaton Centre Mall and buy #UnderTheMistletoe. All extra albums purchased will be donated to Sick Kids Hospital! Hope to see you all there! Need more info? Tweet @Toronto_Buyout :) RSVP to the Facebook event here: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=222315697828803

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                • Justin Bieber - UP (Doc Jones HD Unofficial Remix)


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                  This remix was done for the "Leave it to Bieber" Mixtape by Cut4Cut....coming soon. Contact info: Doc Jones HD - docjoneshd@gmail.com, http://docjoneshd.blogspot.com, http://twitter.com/DocJonesHD Cut4cut - cut4cut@gmail.com, http://twitter.com/Cut4Cut Jugglin Studios - thisisjester.com, info@thisisjester.com, http://twitter.com/ThisIsJester

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                  • Justin Black - Cinematography Reel 2014


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                    Excerpts of my work as director of photography. www.justinblack.ca Song: Taylor McFerrin - The Antidote

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