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Case Bulletin - Day V. Woodburn, 2019 ABQB 356
On May 13, 2019, the Honourable Justice W.N. Renke of the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta released his decision in Day v. Woodburn ...
Canada
5 Jun 2019
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Immigration Consequences Of Canadian Criminal Offences
There are numerous grounds of inadmissibility contained in the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act 1 (IRPA). However, this article will focus on the grounds of criminal inadmissibility described in A36.
Canada
23 May 2019
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Prison-Time For A Contractor For Manslaughter: A First In Quebec Legal History
Last year, we discussed on this blog, the case of an excavation contractor who was facing criminal negligence causing death and manslaughter charges ...
Canada
3 Oct 2018
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Sidewalk Rage? Employee Convicted Of Dangerous Driving Under Criminal Code After "Trying To Scare" His Boss By Driving Towards Him
An employee has been convicted of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle after he drove towards his boss three times, "trying to scare him".
Canada
23 Aug 2016
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Criminal Negligence Causing Death Charge Against Auto Mechanic Reinstated By Appeal Court
A charge of criminal negligence causing death against an auto mechanic may proceed, the Ontario Court of Appeal has decided, holding that it was possible that a reasonable jury could find that the mechanic was a "significant contributing cause" of a woman's death.
Canada
11 Feb 2016
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Summary Of Judge's Reasons For Giving Kazenelson, "Unquestionably A Person Of Good Character", A 3 1/2 Year Jail Sentence For Criminal Negligence
The judge's reasons for sending Metron Construction's project manager, Vadim Kazenelson, to jail for criminal negligence are now available here.
Canada
18 Jan 2016
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3 1/2 Years In Prison For Metron Project Manager, Kazenelson, After Criminal Negligence Conviction
Vadim Kazenelson, the project manager for Metron Construction, was sentenced today to 3½ years in prison for criminal negligence.
Canada
13 Jan 2016
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36-Year Employee Properly Dismissed For "Unprovoked Momentary Outburst" With Knife
A 57 year old employee with 36 years of service was properly fired for one incident in which he cut another employee with a knife, a labour arbitrator has decided.
Canada
22 Apr 2015
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Backhoe Operator Swings Worker Around "Four Full Rotations", Convicted Of Criminal Assault
In a bizarre case, a backhoe operator has been convicted of assault under the Criminal Code after he tried, in a fit of rage, to throw a co-worker off the backhoe by rotating the machine four full rotations while the worker held on to a railing as his feet were flying free of the machine.
Canada
30 Jan 2014
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Settling With A Fraudulent Employee: Will You Be The Next Defendant?
A recent Ontario decision dealt with the issue of liability as between two defrauded employers: is a past employer liable to a new employer when a fraudulent employee steals money from the latter to satisfy its debt to the former?
Canada
20 Jan 2014
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Intimate Images & Cyberbullying – Assessing The Canadian Response
Earlier this week, the Canadian government introduced Bill C-13, Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act.
Canada
25 Nov 2013
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Canadian Cyber-Security Guidance For Financial Institutions
Espionage and criminal heists have enduring popularity whether as news or cultural entertainment.
Canada
30 Oct 2013
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Ship’s Navigator Sentenced To Four Years For Criminal Negligence
A B.C. ship’s navigator has been sentenced to four years after he was convicted of criminal negligence causing death for dereliction of duty leading to his ship colliding with an island.
Canada
18 Jul 2013
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Employee Jailed For Accepting Bribe
An employee of a drive test centre has been jailed for accepting a bribe from a driving instructor, who has also been jailed.
Canada
20 Mar 2013
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Driver Charged Criminally In Death Of Highway Flag Person
The CBC is reporting that criminal negligence charges have been laid in the highway death in August of a flag person working on a road crew in Saskatchewan.
Canada
13 Nov 2012
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Italian Court Jails Scientists For Not Predicting Earthquakes
An Italian court has convicted seven scientists and experts of manslaughter for failing to adequately warn residents when an earthquake struck central Italy in 2009 killing more than 300 people.
Italy
5 Nov 2012
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Cyber Security Progress Has Been Slow, Says Canada’s Auditor General
Cyber security month continues in Canada with the release of the Auditor General’s Fall 2012 Report.
Canada
4 Nov 2012
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Cyber Security: A Fourth Pillar Of Open Government
October is Cyber Security Awareness Month.
Canada
25 Oct 2012
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First Ontario Company Convicted Of Criminal Safety Charges: Christmas Eve Scaffold Collapse
On Christmas Eve, 2009, four workers died and a fifth was seriously injured when the scaffold they were standing on to effect repairs to the exterior of an apartment building in Etobicoke, Ontario collapsed and fell thirteen stories to the ground below.
Canada
11 Jul 2012
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