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Toronto police board seeks to appeal G20 class action certification

TORONTO – Two class-action lawsuits by hundreds of people detained during the G20 summit in Toronto four years ago are headed for another round of legal wrangling. Earlier this month the Divisional Court allowed the proceedings to move ahead,…

  • The Canadian Press


Woman accused of plotting parents’ death sobs on stand while describing attack

NEWMARKET, Ont. – A woman accused of arranging to have her parents murdered sobbed on the stand today as she described hearing the gunshots that killed her mother and left her father on…

  • The Canadian Press


RCMP says New Brunswick officer used reasonable force in shooting agitated man

SAINT JOHN, N.B. – The RCMP says an officer with a police department in Rothesay, N.B., used reasonable force when a 26-year-old man who was armed with two knives was shot and later…

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Backlogged social security panel stops tracking results; Kenney OKs more staff

OTTAWA – Canada’s new social security tribunal has suddenly stopped tracking the results of thousands of appeals launched by ailing Canadians after they’ve been denied Canada Pension Plan disability benefits. In…

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Lawyer: commercial vehicle safety blitz targeted minorities

TORONTO –  A commercial vehicle safety blitz that led to the arrest of 21 people for immigration offences targeted minorities and amounts to racial profiling, a lawyer involved in the…

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Spy agency improperly handled some information about Canadians: watchdog

OTTAWA – Canada’s electronic spy agency intercepted _ and kept _ several private communications of Canadians last year in violation of internal policies on personal information. In his annual report,…

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Grace named a top legal influencer

Grace named a top legal influencer

Toronto lawyer Elizabeth Grace has been named one of Canadian Lawyer’s Top 25 Most Influential individuals in the justice system and legal profession for her personal injury work, which focuses…

How to protect your children from ‘Affluenza’

How to protect your children from ‘Affluenza’

By Andrea Buncic People from varying age groups, countries and walks of life were all shocked last week when the news broke of Robin Williams’ unexpected death. Despite living with…

DENSO fined $2.45M in auto parts bid-rigging case

DENSO fined $2.45M in auto parts bid-rigging case

A Japanese manufacturer of motor vehicle components has been fined almost $2.5 million after pleading guilty to three counts of bid-rigging under the Canada’s Competition Act. DENSO Corp. was fined $2.45 million by…



DENSO fined $2.45M; latest to plead guilty in auto parts bid rigging case

OTTAWA – A Japanese manufacturer of motor vehicle components has been fined almost $2.5 million after pleading guilty to three counts of bid-rigging under the Canada’s Competition Act. DENSO Corp. was fined $2.45 million…

  • The Canadian Press


Woman accused of plotting parents’ murder says she was planning her own death

NEWMARKET, Ont. – A woman accused of plotting to have her parents killed in a staged home invasion says she orchestrated her own murder after several failed suicide attempts.Jennifer Pan, 27, says…

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Opening Huronia to public is part of healing process

Opening Huronia to public is part of healing process

Toronto class-action lawyer Kirk Baert says the provincial government’s decision to open the Huronia Regional Centre to the public is a positive step forward in the healing process for those…

When can I start acting under a power of attorney for property?

When can I start acting under a power of attorney for property?

By Jasmine Sweatman Recently, several clients have asked us: I am my mother/father/aunt/uncle’s power of attorney for property. He/she is having problems remembering things, or has become sick. Read More…

More lenient marijuana laws still on the table: McKay

VANCOUVER – The federal government is still assessing whether to allow police to ticket people caught with small amounts of marijuana instead of pursuing charges, says Justice Minister Peter MacKay. But if government were to introduce…

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Cohen elected to CFAS ethics-law group

Cohen elected to CFAS ethics-law group

Toronto fertility lawyer Sara Cohen has been elected co-chair of the Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society’s (CFAS) Ethics-Law Special Interest Group. Cohen, who will take on the role of law…

Growing list of class action lawsuits against Penn West Petroleum

CALGARY – The list of class-action lawsuits against Penn West Petroleum Ltd. (TSX:PWT) is continuing to grow, weeks after the Calgary-based crude explorer disclosed accounting irregularities. Toronto law firm Rochon…

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