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New Toronto courthouse will centralize criminal proceedings but lawyers group objects

The Toronto Lawyers Association says a plan to amalgamate the city's small satellite provincial courthouses into one big 'super court' downtown will mean less access to justice. Right now, the site of ... read more

Crime without punishment: Canada’s investment fraud problem

Proceedings are under way in Montreal. Ms. Watson, who now leads a victim's rights group ... says Toronto lawyer Douglas Hunt, a former Ontario assistant deputy attorney-general who once oversaw the ... read more

DETECTING INVISIBLE TRACES GENERATED BY A CELLPHONE AT A CRIME SCENE

The type of evidence presented in court cases also suggest that investigators focus exclusively on the Locard Principle or Contact Theory – traces left behind at a crime scene due to physical contact ... read more

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Detroit Institute of Arts official warns against selling museum's art

The Detroit Institute of Art is not the only major cultural institution that could be caught up in Detroit’s bankruptcy proceedings ... bankruptcy expert and lawyer at Plunkett Cooney, said Detroit ... read more


Fuegos (Toda la Noche)

González’s work has been included in group exhibitions at Sicardi Gallery in Houston, Honor Fraser Gallery in Los Angeles, Wu Gallery in Lima, AB Projects in Toronto, Casas Riegner in Bogotá, and ... read more

Orders For Consolidation And Common Hearings Under Tax Court Rule 26

Paragraph (a) of Rule 26 provides that the Court may make a direction under Rule 26 where two or more proceedings have in common a question of law or fact ... as years progress and separately objects ... read more

Terminally ill Toronto man seeks physician-assisted death

"As such, we cannot comment on the proceedings ... line with the Supreme Court's 2015 decision striking down the Criminal Code prohibitions on physician-assisted death as unconstitutional. On ... read more

Keep your parents out of your marriage

They created you, they love you, and they raised you, but if there's one place your parents don't belong, it's in the middle of your marriage. It's one thing to learn from the successes and failures ... read more

Mother, experts concerned new 'super courthouse' won't support youth in trouble

It'll be Toronto's new glass office tower of justice, a modernized building for both youth and adult court cases, but some worry it could have a negative effect on young people in trouble with the law ... read more

Time limits for criminal trials don't respect Inuit culture, judge says

A Nunavut judge has written a passionate objection to the Supreme Court's time limits for criminal trials ... 18 months for criminal proceedings (from charge to trial end) and 30 months in superior ... read more

Views From the Six: 6 Toronto-Based Artists to Know

As the tall shadow of pop culture looms large across our collective memories, most people know Toronto for two things ... Burtynsky has been featured innumerably by The New York Times Magazine, Forbes ... read more



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