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  • Episode 74: R v Kapp Part I (Majority)

    Today we’re bringing you the 2008 decision of R v Kapp, which deals with section 15(2) of the Charter. Before Karly takes you through the case, Zack & K chat Aboriginal rights and how they fit into the Charter, the section 15(2) equality provision, “affirmative action” in the Canadian context, and h … Read more »

  • What to Expect at a Traffic Court Hearing? #BCPCCollab

    This is a collaboration between Legal Listening and the Provincial Court of British Columbia. This article provides general information only and should not be used as authority in court proceedings or as a substitute for legal advice. Link to the eNews article “What to Expect at a Traffic Court Hear … Read more »

  • BONUS EPISODE: R v Chung (Dissent) #LWCCollab

    This is a special bonus episode brought to you in collaboration with the Legal Writers Collective. Going forward, we’ll be providing full audio recordings of cases to be published in tandem with the Collective’s case summaries. We flag all of these bonus episodes #LWCCollab and the Legal Writers Col … Read more »

  • BONUS EPISODE: R v Chung (Majority) #LWCCollab

    This is a special bonus episode brought to you in collaboration with the Legal Writers Collective. Going forward, we’ll be providing full audio recordings of cases to be published in tandem with the Collective’s case summaries. We flag all of these bonus episodes #LWCCollab and the Legal Writers Col … Read more »

  • Episode 73: R v Creighton

    Today we’re taking it back to 1993 with R v Creighton, an SCC decision which deals with underlying act manslaughter. Before Zach takes you through the case, Z and K chat underlying act manslaughter, the difficulties in explaining it to the general public, section 7, the Charter generally, intention, … Read more »