infrastructure


  • Future Toronto

    Future Toronto "mega-courthouse" to be modern, causes concern for access to justice

    Oct 4, 2018

    Lawyer and notary public Caryma Sa'd ([S]advocacy), lawyer Eva Marszewski (CEO of Peacebuilders Canada) and Elisha Muskat (formerly of Peacebuilders Canada) discuss the controversial upcoming courthouse to be built in Toronto, that'll amalgamate the criminal courts in the city, as well as several youth courts.

  • Core constitutional arguments at centre of B.C. case

    Core constitutional arguments at centre of B.C. case

    May 7, 2018

    Constitutional law precedents that date back several years or even decades will be at the centre of a reference by the British Columbia government to its Court of Appeal on the validity of proposed amendments to the Environmental Management Act.

  • Laws to improve prompt payment about to take effect

    Laws to improve prompt payment about to take effect

    May 7, 2018

    More than seven years since the province first proposed legislative changes to improve prompt payment in the construction industry, amendments to address this issue are finally about to take effect.

  • Sentence given under anti-corruption statute upheld

    Sentence given under anti-corruption statute upheld

    May 7, 2018

    When Donald Trump was increasing his business interests outside of North America and in countries such as India, he made regular appearances on CNBC, the cable business news channel.

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