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By Maya Krishnaratne, Kirsten Cirella
The Supreme Court of Canada has rendered a decision that is an important victory for the promotion of equality, diversity and access to justice in Canada.
By Elisabeth Colson, Shawna Sosnovich
Canada's proposed Bill C-45, The Cannabis Act, is expected to come into force on July 1, 2018, as will Ontario's Cannabis Act, 2017.
By Ira Marcovitch
Come July 1, 2018, the Family Law Rules (the rules that govern the process of family law court cases in Ontario) will undergo some substantial changes.
By Ira Marcovitch
On May 22, 2018, the federal government introduced Bill C-78, An Act to Amend the Divorce Act, the Family Orders and Agreements Enforcement Assistance Act and the Garnishment, Attachment...
By Justin Winch
The loss of a loved one can be a devastating and overwhelming experience.
By Adam Grossi, Christopher Statham, Marly Peikes
This is Part 1 of a continuing blog series on the proposed changes to the Construction Lien Act and generally, the enactment of Ontario's new Construction Act.
By Justin Winch
A passing of accounts is essentially an estate audit.
By Maya Krishnaratne
A report commissioned by Public Safety Canada came to light earlier this year, urging the government to put in place an independent body to review complaints against and make recommendations to the CBSA...
By David Schell
Those who first come into contact with the criminal justice system often want to know – will I end up having a criminal record? The typical answer has been that you will only have a criminal record...
By Elisabeth Colson
Under the current proposed regulations, the Ontario Government intends to control and operate the sale of marijuana.
By John Schuman
A carefully drafted separation agreement, Family Court Order, or parenting plan will anticipate most things that will come up in a child's life.
By Shawna Sosnovich
Some residential landlords want to be able to ban the use of marijuana smoking in rental units when recreational use is legalized.
By Elisabeth Colson
Canada's approach to cannabis regulation has some people worrying. The federal government's resources for guidance in developing the existing regulations including those regarding control by the federal and provincial governments, ...
By John Schuman
What are the legal penalties for someone who has filled out an Ontario elementary school registration form with false information concerning a court child custody order?
By David Schell
In the recent case of R. v. John, a summary conviction appeal court set aside a conviction for Over 80 as a result of the police not contacting an interpreter when they should have done so.
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