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Being on the receiving end of a warrant from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS)

Canadian Privacy Law Blog

So someone from CSIS just called ….There’s a first time for everything. You get a call from an “UNKNOWN NUMBER” and the caller says they work with Public Safety Canada and they’re looking for some information. This happens from time to time at universities, colleges, telecoms, internet-based businesses and others. Likely, they actually work for the Canadian Security Intelligence Service... more »

How Land Use Issues Factor into Alberta Utilities Commission Reviews of Renewable Energy Power Plants


By: Michael Wenig Matter Commented On: Land use issues in the AUC’s “Inquiry into the ongoing economic, orderly and efficient development of electricity generation in Alberta – Module A” PDF Version: How Land Use Issues Factor into Alberta Utilities Commission … Continue reading →... more »

Vincent Gautrais et Nicolas Aubin, Enjeux juridiques de l’IA, Enjeux juridiques de l'IA (6 heures) (29 et 30 novembre 2023), Campus MIL(29 novembre 2023)

Vincent Gautrais

Du fait de la densification des règles applicables en matière de circulation des données, les acteurs du domaine de l’intelligence artificielle doivent être au fait des règles obligatoires ou volontaires qui de plus en plus se développent dans les différentes juridictions (Québec, Canada,... more »

Michael Woods and Wayne Garnons-Williams Honoured to Say Hello to former PM Jean Chrétien

Woods, LaFortune LLP

During their meeting at the Rideau Club in Ottawa, a few days before Canada’s National Day of Truth and Reconciliation (September 30th). Wayne Garnons-Williams and Michael Woods reviewed the work of the International Inter-Tribal Trade and Investment Organization (IITIO) [] in pr... more »

B.C. Case Comment: Lost or Misplaced Will – Presumption of Revocation Rebutted

BC Estate Litigation Blog

A will-maker can revoke a will.  There are a number of ways to do so, and there is also a presumption that a will-maker revoked their will if the will was last in the will-maker’s possession and cannot be located.  If the presumption is rebutted by evidence to the contrary, a copy of the will [... more »

NLCA opts for narrow interpretation of third-party information exemption

All About Information

On February 2nd, the Court of Appeal of Newfoundland and Labrador held that only a party who owns third-party information has standing to rely on the third-party information exemption in the Newfoundland Access to Information and Privacy Act. The Newfoundland exemption is in section 39, and reads as... more »

Rules For Winning the War For Talent While Improving Profitability

Thoughtful Legal Management

♫ Together together Were winning together Forever and ever You’ll be remembered For every little thing you do for me…♫ My latest  – and lead article: “Winning the War for Talent While Improving Profitability” just released in American Bar Association’s Law Practice Magazine. Co-writ... more »

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