Legal News Roundup

  • September 22, 2017

CBA in the news

English

NS judge apologizes to trans woman for calling her 'sir'
CBC.ca 

Legal News | Nouvelles juridiques

English

Trudeau tells UN of Canada's shame
TheWeeklyNews.ca

How a dispute over the distribution of graphic anti-abortion literature in Toronto could test the limits of free speech
National Post

Privacy commissioner aims to start more investigations rather than wait for complaints
CBC.ca

Law Society of Upper Canada visits Sioux Lookout as part of Indigenous issues review
CBC.ca

Saskatchewan farmers and small businesses protest proposed tax changes
Globalnews.ca

Canada is 'work in progress,' Justin Trudeau tells UN General Assembly
CBC.ca

Experts dispute lawyers' warning to MPs that impaired driving bill violates Charter
The Lawyer's Daily (subscription)

With proposed Liberal reforms impacting less than 10% of small businesses, this tax revolt will fail
National Newswatch

Proposed changes to impaired driving laws continue to face criticism
CTV News

Canada border agent detentions of Mexicans surge to highest levels in decade
The Globe and Mail

91% of caregivers want medical aid in dying law expanded to Alzheimer's patients: study
CTV News

John Ivison: With proposed Liberal reforms impacting less than 10% of small businesses, this tax ...
National Post

Privacy czar blames RCMP after woman denied entry to US over suicide attempt
National Post

Français

91% des proches aidants en faveur de l'aide Ă  mourir
Le Huffington Post Quebec

Uber perd son droit d'opérer à Londres
Le Huffington Post Quebec

La démocratie piétinée dans l'indifférence
Le Devoir (Abonnement)