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  • Court Orders Mother to Let Father See Their Son During COVID-19 Pandemic

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact all aspects of Canadian’s lives, courts are increasingly seeing parents bring COVID-19-related family law matters to their attention. In a recent Ontario family law case, a father brought an urgent motion after the mother had refused to let him see their … Read more »

  • Covid-19: Court Refuses Prosecution’s Request To Postpone Criminal Trial

    In Quebec, a court recently decided not to postpone a criminal trial, despite the prosecution’s request due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The court found that the trial qualified as an urgent matter. Ontario directives relating to criminal trials during the pandemic are set out below. What Happened? The … Read more »

  • Order in Council Allows Electronic Witnessing of Wills and POAs

    With the current health pandemic creating worry over the potential for a serious imminent illness, many people are looking to create or update their estate plans by executing Wills and Powers of Attorney. One major roadblock to this during the age of social distancing has been the fact that these do … Read more »

  • COVID-19 Emergency Legislation & Orders

    Below you will find a compilation of relevant changes to federal legislation, relevant federal benefits, provincial orders and Emergency Orders as well as municipal orders and by-laws. We have done our best to keep this list up-to-date and to provide links to government summaries. Municipal by-laws … Read more »

  • Zoom Video Conferencing: an Update from Campbell Bader LLP

    Campbell Bader LLP clients and many others including members of the legal profession have expressed concerns as to using Zoom, Facebook Messenger, Skype, Webex, Microsoft Teams or other platforms for meetings during the active Pandemic controls, especially the “stay in place” orders which have us al … Read more »