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Daphne Dumont to receive CBA’s Cecilia I. Johnstone award

Daphne Dumont to receive CBA’s Cecilia I. Johnstone award

Award recognises women who have achieved professional excellence and inspired others to do the same

Quebec taking harsh line on cannabis edibles

Quebec taking harsh line on cannabis edibles

The only province making their own rules, the Quebec government released draft regulations for edible cannabis, which will be available in December

Corporate Counsel Survey 2019 closes on Monday, Aug 26

Corporate Counsel Survey 2019 closes on Monday, Aug 26

Last chance to partake in annual survey into corporate counsel-firm relationship

Canadian Judicial Council seeks leave to SCC in Girouard case

Canadian Judicial Council seeks leave to SCC in Girouard case

Jurisdiction of council to remove judge could head to Canada’s highest court

B.C. animal law ruling means death for dangerous dogs

B.C. animal law ruling means death for dangerous dogs

The B.C. Court of Appeal dismissed a dog owner’s appeal, in a decision lawyers say will prevent courts from overruling orders to kill dangerous dogs

B.C. Court of Appeal clarifies when environmental assessments lapse

B.C. Court of Appeal clarifies when environmental assessments lapse

Resort will need second environmental assessment, after failing to get 'substantially started'