An Ontario court has upheld LSUC's decision not to accredit a controversial law school that requires, among other things, that students abstain from same-sex relations.
The Fair Elections Act prevents voters from using voter cards as identification. People with up-to-date driver's licences are fine, but nearly four million Canadians don't have those.
Ottawa moves to revoke citizenship of convicted terrorist for first time since controversial law took effect
The government has begun the process of revoking the citizenship of an Iranian-Canadian serving a prison sentence in Edmonton for terrorism, according to sources familiar with the case.
Research Update: Paralegals, the Cost of Justice and Access to Justice: A Case Study of Residential Tenancy Disputes in Ottawa
This research project aims to identify the role of paralegals in tenancy dispute resolution and to analyze their impact on the cost of and access to justice, especially for low-income tenants.
Housing Affordability and Income: ISAC's Submission to Ontario's Long-Term Affordable Housing Strategy Update
ISAC has made a submission that addresses aspects of the income side of the housing affordability equation - Ontarians must have enough income to be able to afford the cost of housing.
Topics in this e-bulletin include ONCA update, Student legal help service, Charity and nonprofit law events, and ONCA Basics webinar.
CBC Radio's Day 6 looks at Canada's crackdown on illegal downloading and reports from Canadians that they're receiving notices saying they could be on the hook legally for downloading copyrighted files.
Only four agreements for new healing lodges have been finalized since Parliament passed a law 20 years ago to establish and operate healing lodges to help natives transition from prison to freedom.
The PLE Learning Exchange asks, Would you like to make some of your public legal education and information materials available in languages other than English?
Cathy Kolar of Legal Assistance of Windsor worked closely with the two women and wonders why governments were ignorant of the case and why there is now no discussion of these situations.