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Supreme Court of Canada

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CBC.ca
5 years on, Ontario's plan to get more Indigenous people on juries a work in progressFive years after a former Supreme Court of Canada justice recommended sweeping
CBC.ca / Posted 2 days ago
Five years after a former Supreme Court of Canada justice recommended sweeping changes to improve Indigenous representation on Ontario's juries, his ideas are still being studied. The Ontario government commissioned former justice Frank Iacobucci in... Read more
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The Inyo Register
Sept. 18)Robin Hood Gardens (d. 2003) 1923 – Bertha Wilson, Scottish-Canadian lawyer an
The Inyo Register / Posted 3 days ago
Robin Hood Gardens (d. 2003) 1923 – Bertha Wilson, Scottish-Canadian lawyer and jurist, 60th Puisne Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada (d. 2007) 1924 – J. D. Tippit, American police officer (d. 1963) 1925 – Harvey Haddix, American... Read more
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CBC.ca
It's time to let Canadian jurors speak freely about their verdicts, experts sayhe said. Jury secrecy in Canada is rooted in old English common law, but its v
CBC.ca / Posted 4 days ago
he said. Jury secrecy in Canada is rooted in old English common law, but its validity has since been upheld by the Supreme Court of Canada, which looked into the constitutionality of Section 649 in 2001. Jury secrecy, Justice Louise Arbour... Read more
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CBC.ca
Billions at stake as banks, energy regulator head to Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court of Canada will hear a case this week that could determine whe
CBC.ca / Posted 5 days ago
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear a case this week that could determine whether toxic industrial sites across the country are cleaned up when a company goes bankrupt. Billions of dollars in cleanup costs are at stake as banks seek assurances... Read more
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CBC.ca
Father convicted in son's meningitis death a featured speaker at Wellness Expowith each also ordered to complete 240 hours of community service. The convicti
CBC.ca / Posted 7 days ago
with each also ordered to complete 240 hours of community service. The conviction was appealed and has made it to the Supreme Court of Canada docket, where arguments are expected to be heard in May. Rick Thiessen, owner of Health and Wellness... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Charges stayed in alleged dog-fighting ringanalysis” based on the timeline of events to determine if the delays exceeded t
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 9 days ago
analysis” based on the timeline of events to determine if the delays exceeded the 30-month span deemed reasonable by the Supreme Court of Canada. The 30-month calculation began the day the charges were laid — Oct. 10, 2015 — and ended on May 11,... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Charges stayed in alleged dog-fighting ringanalysis” based on the timeline of events to determine if the delays exceeded t
Sarnia Observer / Posted 9 days ago
analysis” based on the timeline of events to determine if the delays exceeded the 30-month span deemed reasonable by the Supreme Court of Canada. The 30-month calculation began the day the charges were laid — Oct. 10, 2015 — and ended on May 11,... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Charges stayed in alleged dog-fighting ringanalysis” based on the timeline of events to determine if the delays exceeded t
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 9 days ago
analysis” based on the timeline of events to determine if the delays exceeded the 30-month span deemed reasonable by the Supreme Court of Canada. The 30-month calculation began the day the charges were laid — Oct. 10, 2015 — and ended on May 11,... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Charges stayed in alleged dog-fighting ringanalysis” based on the timeline of events to determine if the delays exceeded t
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 9 days ago
analysis” based on the timeline of events to determine if the delays exceeded the 30-month span deemed reasonable by the Supreme Court of Canada. The 30-month calculation began the day the charges were laid — Oct. 10, 2015 — and ended on May 11,... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Charges stayed in alleged dog-fighting ringof Rights that provides a person the right to have a court matter dealt with wi
Chatham Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
of Rights that provides a person the right to have a court matter dealt with within a reasonable period of time. The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that criminal court cases should not exceed 30 months from start to finish. The defence... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Disabled veterans take appeal to Supreme Court on pension battleof Canada agrees and supports a group of disabled veterans who are taking their
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 10 days ago
of Canada agrees and supports a group of disabled veterans who are taking their legal fight for better pensions to the Supreme Court of Canada. “I go back to the old Veterans Pensions Act, with all of the promises made by the government all... Read more
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CBC.ca
La Machine sequel in the works for Ottawanew locations New locations are also being scouted between LeBreton Flats and
CBC.ca / Posted 12 days ago
new locations New locations are also being scouted between LeBreton Flats and the ByWard Market. The lawn in front of the Supreme Court of Canada proved too tight for the crowd last summer, Laflamme said, so they're looking for larger open spaces... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Banana man will begin farming againit down. We could not keep the operation going,” he said. “We had a lot of pape
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 14 days ago
it down. We could not keep the operation going,” he said. “We had a lot of paperwork, we were fighting for our rights.” A Supreme Court of Canada decision in 2016 ruled that trials in provincial courts must be held within 18 months, and trials for... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Banana man will begin farming againit down. We could not keep the operation going,” he said. “We had a lot of pape
Sarnia Observer / Posted 14 days ago
it down. We could not keep the operation going,” he said. “We had a lot of paperwork, we were fighting for our rights.” A Supreme Court of Canada decision in 2016 ruled that trials in provincial courts must be held within 18 months, and trials for... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Banana man will begin farming againit down. We could not keep the operation going,” he said. “We had a lot of pape
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 14 days ago
it down. We could not keep the operation going,” he said. “We had a lot of paperwork, we were fighting for our rights.” A Supreme Court of Canada decision in 2016 ruled that trials in provincial courts must be held within 18 months, and trials for... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Banana man will begin farming againit down. We could not keep the operation going,” he said. “We had a lot of pape
Chatham Daily News / Posted 14 days ago
it down. We could not keep the operation going,” he said. “We had a lot of paperwork, we were fighting for our rights.” A Supreme Court of Canada decision in 2016 ruled that trials in provincial courts must be held within 18 months, and trials for... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Banana man will begin farming againit down. We could not keep the operation going,” he said. “We had a lot of pape
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 14 days ago
it down. We could not keep the operation going,” he said. “We had a lot of paperwork, we were fighting for our rights.” A Supreme Court of Canada decision in 2016 ruled that trials in provincial courts must be held within 18 months, and trials for... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Delays key to jail trialmen were stayed, after their lawyers argued the case had been in the court syst
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 19 days ago
men were stayed, after their lawyers argued the case had been in the court system too long under the Jordan decision of the Supreme Court of Canada the year before. The case was slated to go trial in May. The Supreme Court set new timelines for the... Read more
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CBC.ca
'Huge' pool of 750 people summoned as potential jurors for Colten Boushie casebe wrong to suggest that, with no Indigenous people on the jury, "there won't b
CBC.ca / Posted 21 days ago
be wrong to suggest that, with no Indigenous people on the jury, "there won't be a fair hearing of the evidence." A recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling said as much. Clifford Kokopenace, an Indigenous man from the northwestern Ontario reserve of... Read more
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The Inyo Register
Jan. 28)Space Shuttle Challenger explodes after liftoff, killing all seven astronauts o
The Inyo Register / Posted 22 days ago
Space Shuttle Challenger explodes after liftoff, killing all seven astronauts on board. 1988 – In R v Morgentaler the Supreme Court of Canada strikes down all anti-abortion laws. 2002 – TAME Flight 120, a Boeing 727-100 crashes in the Andes... Read more
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Sicamous Eagle Valley News
CRTC’s ban on Super Bowl ad substitutions remains, pending Bell’s appealbroadcasts, at least this year. The owner of CTV and TSN asked for a stay of t
Sicamous Eagle Valley News / Posted 22 days ago
broadcasts, at least this year. The owner of CTV and TSN asked for a stay of the CRTC’s ban during Bell’s appeal at the Supreme Court of Canada. A Supreme Court judge ruled on Jan. 24 that he was granting Bell’s request for leave to appeal —... Read more
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CBC.ca
Like 'flipping a coin': Why it's so hard to test drivers for potwill detect recent drug use. Rosenbloom says, at least so far, they've been sho
CBC.ca / Posted 24 days ago
will detect recent drug use. Rosenbloom says, at least so far, they've been shown to be just as unreliable as DREs. The Supreme Court of Canada recently decided drug recognition experts in Canada can automatically testify as experts. But... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
CKHA parting ways with St. Joe's Care Societywhere we stand on those.” He said the one exception is the CKHA's approach to
Chatham Daily News / Posted 25 days ago
where we stand on those.” He said the one exception is the CKHA's approach to assistance with medical dying where the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled the hospital has do something. “That one we're working on.” The history of how Chatham's... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
The thirty-year silent Holocaustothers, Jan. 28 will mark a 30th anniversary, not one however to be celebrated,
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 26 days ago
others, Jan. 28 will mark a 30th anniversary, not one however to be celebrated, for it was on that date in 1988 that The Supreme Court of Canada struck down this country’s abortion law as unconstitutional, citing that the existing criminal law... Read more
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The Tyee
Notorious Chinese Firm Wins Role in Site C Constructionplay by the rules. In one article she wrote that “China’s track record in Cana
The Tyee / Posted 27 days ago
play by the rules. In one article she wrote that “China’s track record in Canada is abysmal and includes a request to the Supreme Court of Canada, by a Chinese engineering giant a handful of years ago, to exempt it from our laws after it breached... Read more
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CBC.ca
Supreme Court orders 2nd look at complaint about airline bumping obese passengersThe Supreme Court of Canada has ordered the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA
CBC.ca / Posted 30 days ago
The Supreme Court of Canada has ordered the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) to take another look at a complaint about how Delta Air Lines deals with obese passengers. The complaint was filed by Halifax-based passenger rights advocate Gabor... Read more

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