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- What Canada’s new election laws mean for your campaign this summer
This article is presented for informational purposes only. Please seek legal advice about your specific campaign plans.With the passage of Bill C-76 in December 2018, a number of important changes to the Canadian Elections Act will come into effect this election cycle. Let’s take a look at the chang … Read more »
- Trans rights are human rights
This morning we received the decision in Oger v Whatcott, a case we started work on almost two years ago.We are thrilled with the result. Not only is this a win for our client, it is a groundbreaking decision that exhaustively, clearly, and eloquently sets out the enshrinement of trans equality in l … Read more »
- Politics and Privacy Regulation
Rachel Roy was invited to speak on a panel regarding politics and privacy regulation at the 20th Annual Privacy and Security Conference held in Victoria last month. For those of you with a keen interest in this subject, we’ve posted her speaking notes.The Facebook/Cambridge Analytica controversy rev … Read more »
- Legal pot and the workplace: Can employers ban off-duty use?
On October 17, 2018, the federal government legalized the recreational use of cannabis, making Canada the second country in the world to legalize pot after Uruguay. While many are hailing this as a step forward for public safety—one of the government’s main stated reasons for legalization is to kee … Read more »
- Make Toronto Small Again! Civic Elections and the “Notwithstanding Clause”
The Ontario Conservative government is crossing a line that should never be crossed, resorting to the so-called “Notwithstanding Clause” to press ahead with its “Make Toronto Small Again Act” (as I call it), to drastically scale down Toronto’s city council following a court ruling striking the Act d … Read more »