Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to CBA National Magazine on the evidence behind mandatory minimum sentencing. The CBA has taken strong positions against the imposition of mandatory minimum sentences in Canada.
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Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to National Magazine TV on cyberbullying legislation and internet privacy. Critics have charged that Bill C-13 aims in part to revive a whole host of lawful access provisions from Bill C-30, the controversial internet-surveillance bill that the government dropped earlier this year following a public outcry. National wrote
The Paralegal Society of Ontario (PSO) hosted the 1st Annual PSO Intercollegiate Mooting Competition on Nov. 23-24 at Humber College – Lakeshore. The case focused on Bedford v. Canada. The teams from Centennial College were as follows: Jordana Varey and Marrissa Singh Derek Lai and Sabah Fatima Fatima Lam and Gilbert
The Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) announced a new Law Practice Program at Convocation on Nov. 21, 2013. The English program will be provided by Ryerson University, and the French program by Ottawa University. The Ryerson program will be delivered through a strategic partnership with the Ontario Bar Association.
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to John Tory on Newstalk 1010 about Rob Ford’s statements that he would sue former staffers over their comments to the police. “I can’t put up with it any more,” Ford said today. “Litigation will be starting shortly.” Ford named his former chief of staff Mark Towhey,