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  • Contents Update – Canadian Native Law Reporter

    2019 – Volume 1 of the Canadian Native Law Reporter has arrived at the library. Table of Contents Index to Subject MatterIndex to Legislation and Agreements CitedCases Reported:Ahousaht Indian Band and Nation v Canada (Attorney General)Francis v CanadaMikisew Cree First Nation v Canada (Governor Gen … Read more »

  • Notice from the Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench

    Hearing of Civil Motions During Summer Court Recess During the summer court recess from July 2 to September 2, 2019, the uncontested civil motions list will sit on Wednesdays and Fridays each week. Emergency matters during these days will first need to be placed on an uncontested list. Emergency mat … Read more »

  • Articling Review Survey

    Are you a current articling student, new lawyer, principal, firm recruiter or mentor of articling students? Together with the Law Societies in Alberta and Saskatchewan, the Law Society of Manitoba is launching two surveys: one directed at articling students and new lawyers (articled in the last five … Read more »

  • Legislative Updates

    Fourth Session, Forty-First Legislature New Bills Government Bills: Bill 31: The Tobacco Tax Amendment Act Bill 32: An Act concerning the Leasing of 800 Adele Avenue, Winnipeg Private Member’s Bills: Bill 238: The Winnipeg General Strike (Bloody Saturday) Act Bill 240: The Elections Amendment Act 2n … Read more »

  • Decision of the Week – Employer Charged With Workplace Fatality

    This week’s decision comes from Nova Scotia. I found there were two very interesting facets to it that warranted bringing to the attention of members in Manitoba. R. v. Hoyeck, 2019 NSSC 7 concerns an employer who was charged with failing to take reasonable steps to prevent bodily harm to an employe … Read more »

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