April 2023

Indigenous leaders in BC call on the government to change cannabis laws

Descrease article font size Increase article font size Indigenous leaders in BC are urging government officials to change the legal framework involving the cannabis industry within its communities. The call comes on April 20, a day where thousands of British Columbians participate in a day of celebration and protest surrounding all things cannabis. The First […]

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Steve Maynard declared vexatious litigant after ‘long, exasperating, expensive’ legal battle with Mississippi Mills

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Published April 20, 2023 • Last updated Apr 20, 2023 • 4 minute read In a long-awaited ruling released on Tuesday, Superior Court Justice Jaye Hooper was granted the application to declare Steve Maynard (pictured above) vexatious, which was filed by Mississippi Mills solicitors in 2021. Photo by Steve

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Bradley Beal’s Attorney Blasts Lawsuit, Promises ‘There Will Be No Settlement’

UPDATES 9:03 AM PT — Bradley Beal‘s attorney, Dan Morganis slamming the new lawsuit … calling it “frivolous litigation” — while promising “there will be no settlement” with the accuser. UPDATES “No charges have been filed and he is now trying to change the narrative,” Morgan said. “We will make sure the standard is clear

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Trump lawyer says he aims to get hush money case dismissed before trial | Donald Trump

While Donald Trump launches verbal attacks against the prosecutor and judge overseeing his criminal charges in connection with hush money payments to the adult film star Stormy Daniels, an attorney for the former US president has said his main focus is on legal maneuvers aiming to get the case Refuse long before a trial jury

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Israelis protest legal changes before the nation’s 75th birthday

TEL AVIV, Israel — Tens of thousands of protesters flocked to Tel Aviv and cities across Israel on Saturday to vent their opposition to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s far-right government and its divisive plan to overhaul the country’s judicial system. The mass protest — staged weekly since the start of the year — comes just

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Ex-Fox producer Abby Grossberg’s attorney on her allegations regarding working on Tucker Carlson’s show

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. Embarrassing vulgarities at heart of Tucker Carlson dismissal: NYT 00:59 Joy Reid: Will Fox stick with the brand of white supremacist and Kremlin talking points post-Carlson? 10:55 NYT: ‘Particularly offensive’ Tucker message alarmed Fox execs 04:26 Ex-Fox host Gretchen Carlson:

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BC ‘freeman’ says Canadian law doesn’t apply to him, but the judge rejects his ‘stupid’ arguments

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Canada Cameron Hardy, who represented himself in court, was charged with ‘contempt in the face of the court’ for refusing to recognize its legitimacy Author of the article: The Canadian Press Darryl Greer Published April 21, 2023 • Last updated 4 days ago • 3 minute read The courthouse in Prince

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