Topics in this issue include stopping conditional registrations of pesticides, Great Lakes chemicals, dealing with lamps at the end of their life when they contain mercury, consultation on RTA changes.
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Topics in the summer 2016 edition of La Chronique juridique (in French only) include Legal Aid Ontario eligibility threshold increase, minimum wage increase, and tips and gratuities.
The provincial government has announced it is fixing some of the most contentious parts of the new autism program introduced in March.
The Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth, Irwin Elman, writes about the inquest into the deaths of seven aboriginal high school students in Thunder Bay, and its recommendations.
"'Undetermined' in respect of three of five of the drowning deaths sends a clear message that the police investigations were deeply flawed," said Julian Falconer, lawyer for the Nishnawbe Aski Nation.
George "Knia" Singh alleges he was discriminated against by Toronto police based on "carding" incidents where he was with people who had criminal records.
The data produced by the Cost of Justice project (2011-2017) should be driving widespread law reform, says this Vancouver Sun columnist.
The B.C. woman challenging the law argues that the law's requirement that death be "reasonably foreseeable" unfairly rules out patients with chronic and untreatable conditions.
Sexual assault survivors living in Toronto, Ottawa, and Thunder Bay may be eligible to receive four hours of free legal advice to help them make informed decisions about their next steps.