Beatrice Silver was in the middle of cataloging the health impacts caused by industrial pollution in her community with her neighbor, Clarence Williams, when Williams’ health declined and he passed away.
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Remember When Donald Trump Discussed Seizing Voting Machines and Invoking Martial Law? Special Counsel Jack Smith Sure Does
Remember, back in 2020, when Donald Trump held a truly off-the-rails meeting in the Oval Office in which seizing voting machines and invoking martial law were discussed as part of a desperate, unhinged attempt to stay in power? Special counsel
Anti-vaccine doctor’s fans flood court, claiming to be ‘common-law grand jury’ in his $66.6M lawsuit
Room 31 at the Vancouver law courts is normally a quiet, somewhat boring place, where lawyers present brief arguments on procedural questions and spectators rarely present.
But Friday morning was different. As a clerk attempted to organize a long list
WARNING: This article contains details that are disturbing.
The family of a murdered mother and toddler is headed for Ottawa to take the next step in their push for change to Canada’s justice system.
“Noah’s Law” was conceptualized by Cody
Whether checking in at the airport or checking out at the grocery store, it seems everywhere you turn these days, you find frustrated consumers. Many complain about high prices or limited choices across sectors — and blame the lack of
A Calgary organization that offers free legal services to people who don’t qualify for legal aid in Alberta is calling on candidates in the provincial election to remove barriers to accessing justice.
“We have political parties talking specifically about crime
Pope Francis on Saturday updated a 2019 church law aimed at holding senior churchmen accountable for covering up sexual abuse cases, expanding it to cover lay Catholic leaders and reaffirming that vulnerable adults and not just children can be victims
Casey Caines wasn’t sure when to expect the call telling her whether she’d be heading to the Supreme Court of Canada to work as a law clerk.
So when the call from Ottawa came during a community workshop, the Cree