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  • Legal Researchers Take Note: Canadiana Online is Now Free to Access!

    By Alan Kilpatrick Earlier this year, Canadiana Online’s unparalleled online collection of historical materials became free to access. The collection, available at no charge at Canadiana.ca, contains more than 60 million digitized pages of books, periodicals, and government publications from early C … Read more »

  • The Next Generation of Legal Research is Here: Vincent

    By Alan Kilpatrick Meet Vincent! The Next Generation of Legal Research (CPD 240) Wednesday, October 1st, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CST Are you ready for next generation of legal research technology and biggest disruption Canada’s legal information landscape has ever seen: artificial intelligence?  Don’t mi … Read more »

  • Saskatchewan’s New Revenge Porn Law

    By Alan Kilpatrick Saskatchewan’s Privacy Act, RSS 1987, c P-24 was recently amended to introduce new avenues for victims of revenge porn to seek damages and justice.  Revenge porn includes the non-consensual distribution and sharing of intimate photographs, films, or videos. Justice Minister Don Mo … Read more »

  • Refreshing Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Copyright Web Presence

    By Alan Kilpatrick Good afternoon. In Fall 2017, I began a project to refresh and update Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s copyright website.  One year later, in Fall 2018, we launched a new public-facing copyright site for students, as well as an internal copyright site for staff, faculty, and course deve … Read more »

  • Saskatchewan Introduces Claire’s Law

    By Alan Kilpatrick Justice Minister Don Morgan introduced Bill 141: The Interpersonal Violence Disclosure Protocol (Clare’s Law) Act to the Saskatchewan Legislature on November 5th, 2018.  Second reading of the bill occurred on April 2nd, 2019.  The legislation is intended to enable police to inform … Read more »