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  • Federal Proclamations

    Sections 1 to 11, 13, 13.1, 16, 18 and 19 of the Indigenous Languages Act, SC 2019, c 23, are proclaimed into force August 29, 2019 (PC 2019-1289). Sections 12, 14, 15, 17 and 20 to 49.1 of the Indigenous Languages Act, SC 2019, c 23, are proclaimed into force on the earlier of October […] Read more »

  • Bringing Indigenous Law Before the Courts

    Monday, September 30, 2019 Meet and Greet: 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm at Native Law Centre Panel Discussion: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm, University of Saskatchewan, College of Law, Room 150 The Truth and Reconciliation Commission calls on lawyers and students to gain greater cultural competency training in, among oth … Read more »

  • Legal Skies Podcast Ranked in Top 10

    The Law Society is proud to announce that our newly launched Legal Skies podcast is ranked number 7 out of 123 podcasts in the non-profit category on Apple Podcasts. Please view our two offerings and help us get into the top 5! S1E1: Professor Keith Carlson – Gladue Rights Database S1E2: Stan and Ni … Read more »

  • Parliamentary Privilege to Unjustly Dismiss: A Comment on Chagnon v SFPQ

    Shay Brehm, JD Candidate (Saskatchewan) I. INTRODUCTION In its recent decision of Chagnon v Syndicat de la fonction publique et parapublique du Québec,[1] the Supreme Court of Canada dealt with whether parliamentary privilege protects legislatures from claims of unjust dismissal. The claim arose aft … Read more »

  • Monday Links

    By Christine Muldoon Some interesting legal news to help you ease into your week: Election 2019 primer: Indigenous Affairs – Macleans Canada Arrests Intelligence Officer Who Worked on Magnitsky Probe – RadioFreeEurope LSO repeals Statement of Principles, replaces it with acknowledgement of human rig … Read more »