This excerpt from the updated Environmental Law (Ontario) title examines Ontario law with regards to renewable energy and energy conversation
This edition of the Emerging Issues Bulletin discusses the issue of cannabis legalization and the opioid crisis
This excerpt from the newly updated Fires (Ontario) title examines Ontario law with regards to fires, with a particular focus on accidental fires and civil liability.
The British Columbia Court of Appeal does not have the jurisdiction to stay or suspend a DNA order pending appeal
Classification of Easements
By: Austin F.
Standard caution used by Edmonton Police Service breached accused's right to counsel: Supreme Court of Canada
Authors Bruce MacFarlane, Robert Frater, and Croft Michaelson discuss recent developments in the law of informer privilege in the forthcoming release of Drug Offences in Canada, 4th edition.
The Hon. René Marin discusses two recent SCC cases on text messages in the upcoming release of Admissibility of Statements, 9th edition
Property never belonged to plaintiff and was not put into names of defendants to facilitate their dealing with it on her behalf
Nichol v. Nichol (2017), 2017 MBQB 144, 2017 CarswellMan 496 (Man. Q.B.)
As of January 17th Legislative Watch will be available as a NEW add-on subscription to LawSource that will allow users to track individual bills or bills relating to specific statutes for deeper, more efficient research.
The doctrine of unexplained recent possession allows a fact finder in a case of unexplained recent possession of goods unlawfully obtained to infer that the accused knew that the property was unlawfully obtained.