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May 29, 2023 | 10:59AM
OTTAWA — Criminal lawyers are raising concerns that proposed changes to Canada’s bail laws won’t be constitutional, as they eagerly await a statement explaining why the federal Liberals think the reforms comply
The Victorians Retail Leases Act 2003 (RLA) is the legal framework which regulates the leasing of retail premises in Victoria. “Retail premises” means premises used wholly or predominantly for the sale or hire of goods by “retail”, or
Canada’s senate has passed a bill aimed at educating judges about the dangers of domestic violence and coercive control.
‘Keira’s Law,’ Bill C-233, was introduced by Anju Dhillon, member of Parliament for
Many business partners simply don’t have a written agreement in place.
While this can be ok during the good times it can become troublesome and expensive to resolve disputes, especially if the terms of the partnership have not been properly
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan, long known as a mainstay of organized labor, on Friday became the first state in decades to repeal a union-restricting law known as “right-to-work” that was passed over a decade ago by a
A national court competition focused on Indigenous issues and the Coastal GasLink Pipeline
Northern British Columbian residents participated in the 2023 Kawaskimhon Moot, a court competition that has participants from nearly every law school in Canada.
The competition took place
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed legislation Thursday codifying LGBTQ protections into the state’s civil rights law, permanently outlawing discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity in the state.
The Chinese balloon that floated over US airspace last week before being shot down by a US military jet Saturday has raised questions of international law on both the US and Chinese sides. The US claims that the balloon was