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.
Emily Hill, representing Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto as an intervenor in the case, said it must be considered an Aboriginal case even though Kreko was raised as a white child.
The justice department has moved forward with a court case that would give the government the option of denying lifelong pensions to injured soldiers.
Heidi Illingworth, Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime, says we should be investing in programs such as those that closely monitor dangerous offenders who are released into the community.
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Date: Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Time: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. (Afternoon session may be offered pending community interest. Let us know if you require/would prefer a PM session: 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.).
Location: Lake of the Woods Discovery Centre, 931 Lakeview Dr., Kenora
This workshop for service providers aims to help you decide if there is a legal issue in your client's problem, find dependable sources of legal information, and more.
The writer of this week's Reasonable Doubt column talks about the obligations for spousal support you may have when your relationship goes south.