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  • Episode 99: R v Simonelli

    We’re back with a recent & topical criminal law decision – R v Simonelli! This decision, stemming from the OCJ in Brampton, concerns systemic, institutional delay at the Brampton Courthouse. The decision, which examines systemic delay – what that means, and what it looks like – is an essential one t … Read more »

  • Episode 98: Centre for Gender Advocacy c. Attorney General of Quebec

    Today we have special guest Tasha Stansbury, frequent podcast decision reader, to bring us this important & recent QB decision. This decision, which falls under changes to the Quebec Civil Code, concerns the ability to change gender markers on government documents for non-citizen residents. There we … Read more »

  • Truth & Reconciliation Commission Series: Part X: The Legacy – Part III

    Today we bring you the tenth installment of our Truth and Reconciliation Commission Series. Episode Ten begins a new section which explores the Legacy of the Residential School System. This episode discusses the justice legacy of Residential Schools including the RCMP, prosecutions, civil litigation … Read more »

  • Truth & Reconciliation Commission Series: Part IX: The Legacy – Part II

    Today we bring you the ninth installment of our Truth and Reconciliation Commission Series. Episode Nine begins a new section which explores the Legacy of the Residential School System. This episode discusses the language and cultural legacy of Residential Schools including language rights, governme … Read more »

  • Episode 97: PE Real Estate Solutions Inc. v Kelly

    Don’t call it a comeback! Today we have a short and sweet special treat. This is an appeal to the ON Divisional Court of a Small Claims matter that was argued by founder extraordinaire Zach when he was a law student at Community Legal Aid! Taken to the Divisional Court by ACTO, this decision is an e … Read more »