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Ontario dog bite victims say government laws ‘toothless’ after vicious attacks

Two women connected with separate but similar dog attacks on two different southern Ontario trails concur that getting justice through municipal authorities has been a “nightmare.” Tamara Dufour and Leanne Schmidt are convinced two attacks, which come almost a year apart, involve the same dog and owner, who may have circumvented authorities after the animals

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5 Practical Steps to Mitigate Psychosocial Risks in the Workplace

The modern-day workplace is a complex environment, and with it comes an array of psychosocial risks and hazards that can threaten the well-being of employees. The onset of new legislation which we have explored in previous articles has now forced Employers to take active and positive steps towards providing psychological safety in the workplace. Psychosocial

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The new law requires Facebook, Google to pay for news draws praise, criticism

The passage of the federal government’s controversial Online News Act has highlighted division over the law as tech giant Meta said it will block news on its social media platforms in response to the legislation. Bill C-18 received royal assent after a final vote in the Senate on Thursday. The law will compel certain tech

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‘No one is above the law’: Reactions to Trump’s indictment | Donald TrumpNews

Prosecutors in the United States have unsealed an indictment against Donald Trump, accusing the former president of putting the country’s national security at risk by mishandling classified documents after he left the White House in 2021. The Republican leader faces 37 criminal charges, including counts of retaining classified information, obstructing justice and making false statements,

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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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Legal Update for Energy Lawyers – January 2023

This newsletter provides general information and is not intended to be comprehensive or to provide specific legal advice. Professional advice appropriate to a specific situation should always be sought. Contents: Court of Appeal decision on limitation periods relating to service contracts Nigeria renews its bid to overturn an $11bn arbitration award at London’s High Court

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