As students return to campus this fall, post-secondary institutions and their legal departments are looking at the role they play in educating students about issues around consent in light of increased awareness around the #MeToo movement.
Ontario is allowing some municipalities to opt out of the province’s cannabis retail plan, but will it ultimately hurt the communities that choose to do so?
An upcoming project by the Yukon Status of Women Council to study the challenges women in the Yukon face when accessing the justice system in instances of sexual assault has received $374,000 in funding from the federal government.
The Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada is a recipient of the Companion of the Order of Canada.
A recent Canadian survey conducted by Robert Half Legal indicates that litigation, primarily in the areas of securities/corporate governance, intellectual property and employment law, is predicted to yield the highest number of legal job opportunities in the country within the next six months.
The 2018 O'Cannabiz Conference and Expo, which took place June 8-9 in Mississauga, Ont., explored the business and legal side of the budding cannabis industry.