Last blog added on Thursday, December 6th, 2018

Information About LawNow Magazine’s Blog

Recent Posts

Below is a preview of the five most recent posts from the blog LawNow Magazine’s Blog. To read these posts in their entirely or subscribe to future updates from this blog, please visit their website!

  • Much of the Criticism of Bill C-69 is Demonstrably FalseNovember 2, 2018

    “So destructive … (it) must die,” claims Licia Corbella (“Corbella: Bill C-69 is Trudeau’s bookend to his father’s disastrous NEP,” Calgary Herald, Sept. 14). A “grave danger to the Trans Mountain pipeline … This beast should be ritually slaughtered,” implores Don Braid (“Braid: Liberals’ own bill c … Read more »

  • Viewpoint 43-2: Much of the Criticism of Bill C-69 is Demonstrably FalseNovember 2, 2018

    “So destructive … (it) must die,” claims Licia Corbella (“Corbella: Bill C-69 is Trudeau’s bookend to his father’s disastrous NEP,” Calgary Herald, Sept. 14). A “grave danger to the Trans Mountain pipeline … This beast should be ritually slaughtered,” implores Don Braid (“Braid: Liberals’ own bill c … Read more »

  • BenchPress – Vol 43-1August 31, 2018

    Judges are Human Too This case involved sexual interference by the defendant against a young person. The offender had pled guilty to sexual interference of an 8 year old girl, and the mother presented an emotional and moving victim impact statement. The defendant’s lawyer applied to request that the … Read more »

  • BenchPress – Vol 42-6July 4, 2018

    Victory for Students in Gay-Straight Alliances in Alberta In 2015, the Government of Alberta under Jim Prentice passed Bill 10: An Act to Amend the Alberta Bill of Rights to Protect our Children. This Bill amended The School Act to allow students to create voluntary student organizations, including … Read more »

  • BenchPress – Vol 42-5May 4, 2018

    Free the Beer Case New Brunswick’s Liquor Control Act limits the amount of alcohol that someone can purchase from another Canadian province and bring back to New Brunswick. In October 2012, Gerard Comeau was charged for trying to bring back 354 bottles of beer and three bottles of liquor, which grea … Read more »