The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Saskatchewan Federation of Labour v. Saskatchewan has transformed the understanding of the right to strike in Canada. Combined with the Court’s decision in Mounted Police Association of Ontario v. Canada (Attorney General), the lay of the land for labour law will likely change considerably in the
Category Archives: Legal Developments
Ezra Levant has been ordered to pay $50,000 in general damages and $30,000 in aggravated damages in Awan v. Levant. See commentary on Slaw. Awan v. Levant 2014 ONSC 6890
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 on the government’s plans for a victims’ bill of rights to the National Magazine. In the video, Omar quickly summarizes the history of Victims’ Rights legislation, and puts it into the context of a new bill being debated.
Magder v. Ford, 2012