The free legal clinic is the first of its kind in B.C. since the province cut back legal aid funding by 40 per cent in 2002.
A judge has agreed to postpone a Halifax murderer's sentencing pending an assessment of whether his African-Nova Scotian background "played a role" in the crime.
"Listen. Believe. And don't judge:" That's the lesson Staff Sgt. Angela McDade will be teaching to front-line officers in Ottawa's police force in a new training program.
Most of those provincial guidelines impose safeguards similar to — or even more stringent than — those included in the federal government's proposed new law on assisted death.
When: Friday, June 3, 2016, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Where: Catholic Centre for Immigrants, 219 Argyle Ave, Room 113, Ottawa
This is an informal, bilingual meeting held over lunch for service providers in Ottawa on the topic of family law.
Teta Bayan says, "Migrant workers deserve permanent immigration status so that we have the same rights as everyone else."
Canadian doctors and nurses are going to find themselves in a "very difficult situation" come June 6 if the government doesn't pass a new law on assisted dying: CMA vice president.
The "Because Young People Matter" report says youth must have a say in how the system is restructured.
A decade after courts ruled legal hoops were unconstitutional, forms still list "mother" and "father."
The fact that most law schools in Ontario are in the southern part of the province is a barrier to aboriginal people applying, especially for those who live in remote northern communities.