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Ontario government broke the law in failing to comply with the Environmental Bill of Rights: Court

Ontario government broke the law in failing to comply with the Environmental Bill of Rights: Court

Court declared Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing acted “unreasonably and unlawfully"

Parents could be fined for negligence if they send their kids to schools with COVID symptoms

Parents could be fined for negligence if they send their kids to schools with COVID symptoms

Parent was charged and fined $880 after sending their child with COVID-19 symptoms to daycare

Jury notice conditionally struck in motor vehicle accident case amid ongoing pandemic

Jury notice conditionally struck in motor vehicle accident case amid ongoing pandemic

Court declines to add jury instruction explaining statutory deduction, finding it not appropriate

Mother loses contact after sabotaging reunification counselling with false abuse allegations: court

Mother loses contact after sabotaging reunification counselling with false abuse allegations: court

Judge called case an 'extreme case of resist and refusal dynamics'

Employers must lead by example and practice diversity in thought: labour lawyer

Employers must lead by example and practice diversity in thought: labour lawyer

EDI initiatives at the entry-level but not at the top level is a promotional issue, Rodriguez says

Ontario doctor owes no duty of care to future child for pre-conception negligence: appellate court

Ontario doctor owes no duty of care to future child for pre-conception negligence: appellate court

SCC has its first chance to rule on duty of care between physician and unborn child: lawyer