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  • Saskatchewan Government Proposes Controversial Trespass LegislationDecember 4, 2018

    On Tuesday, November 27th, the Government of Saskatchewan introduced new legislation that would amend The Trespass to Property Act, The Snowmobile Act, and The Wildlife Act, 1998.  Essentially, the new laws would require members of the public to obtain permission from rural land owners before enteri … Read more »

  • Projet de loi pour les services à l’enfance et à la famille autochtonesDecember 3, 2018

      La ministre des Services aux Autochtones Jane Philpott à annoncer la semaine dernière que le gouvernement fédéral tente un projet de loi pour élaborer conjointement les services à l’enfance et famille autochtones avec les dirigeants des Premières Nations, des Inuits et de la Nation métisse. Le pro … Read more »

  • Poste Canada est légiféré par le gouvernement fédéralDecember 3, 2018

    Le Syndicat travailleurs et travailleuses des postes est en grève tournante depuis déjà cinq semaines. Cette union représente plus de 50 000 membres et revendique de meilleures conditions de travail, plus de sécurité d’emploi en plus qu’une fin aux heures supplémentaires forcées. Souvent, les travai … Read more »

  • Airport Nation? R v Rowat and When We Can Be Arbitrarily StoppedDecember 1, 2018

    While I enjoy my share of Ontario’s wonderful craft beer selection, I don’t get behind the wheel after drinking them. Unfortunately, others do, and sometimes tragedy results. Other times, such as in R v Rowat, one of the late Justice Leigh Gower’s last judgments before his tragic passing on October … Read more »

  • Is One Act of Terrorism Enough to Deny Refugee Protection?November 30, 2018

    Should a terrorist act preclude someone from making a refugee claim under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act? What if that terrorist act was committed years ago in a move to advocate for democracy? These are the questions that the federal court wrestled with in determining the reasonableness … Read more »