Date Thursday, November 21, 2013
Time 12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Place 400 Coventry Road, Enbridge Building, 3rd floor, Ottawa
Contact Hamish Mills-McEwan firstname.lastname@example.org
The Reach Canada Brown Bag Lunch Series invites people in the Ottawa area to their seminar series - this month's topic focuses on ODSP eligibility challenges.
Aboriginal Affairs spent more money on litigation than any other department in the federal government.
Legal aid lawyers are asking the federal government to increase funding levels to LAO to what they were in the past - federal funding to LAO has decreased from 50% to 20% over the last 20 years.
Toronto police board chair Alok Mukherjee's report recommends that the board direct Chief Bill Blair to take swift action on street checks, also known as carding.
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The African Canadian Legal Clinic, interveners in the case, applauds the Ontario Court of appeal for its ruling on mandatory minimum sentences for possession of a firearm.
Employers should be taking steps now if they haven’t already to avoid claims of discrimination on the basis of gender identity and expression in the workplace, according to a panel of experts.
Ontario's highest court has ruled that a three-year mandatory minimum sentence for possessing a loaded prohibited gun is unconstitutional.
Citizenship and Immigration has announced changes to its Canadian Experience Class program.
Lawyers for environmental groups will appear in Federal Court today, trying to hammer another nail in the coffin of a plan to build new nuclear reactors in Ontario.