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10Mar
2017

A Legal Duty to Document?

On March 8, 2017, the Minister of Finance, the Honourable Mr. Michael de

13Jan
2017

Election Upheld Despite Failure to Hold Advance Voting Opportunity

The BC Supreme Court recently upheld a school board trustee election,

04Jan
2017

Smoke Signals: Cannabis Task Force Report a Sign of What’s in Store for Local Governments

The Task Force on Cannabis Legalization and Regulation has released its

14Dec
2016

The SCC Protects Solicitor-Client Privilege from Disclosure to the OIPC in Alberta, but not BC

On Friday, November 25, the Supreme Court of Canada released a decision

21Nov
2016

Court sinks another dock, this time for incomplete application

In another decision from the docks of Bowen Island, the BC Supreme Court

17Nov
2016

More breaking news from the mundane world of municipal law: don’t pick the cherries

The British Columbia Supreme Court may be poised to adopt a new doctrine

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