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New Web App on What You Can Find in Ontario Courthouses

The Ontario Courthouse Libraries Association (OCLA) has launched a new web app to help lawyers plan their visit to the courthouses and courthouse libraries around the province.Information includes details such as :location of the library in the court buildingcontact infohours … Continue reading

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2018 Environmental Commissioner of Ontario Annual Report

The Environmental Commissioner of Ontario (“ECO”) released her office’s 2018 Annual Report, titled, “Back to Basics: Respecting the Public’s Voice on the Environment” on November 13, 2018.[1] The Report is published in four volumes, spanning 339 pages. Volume 1 reports … Continue reading

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Ontario Court of Appeal clarifies employers’ duties in mass termination cases

  In Wood v. CTS of Canada Co. the Ontario Court of Appeal recently clarified the duties of an employer in the context of a mass termination of employees, including the timing for the delivery of notices. The case arose … Continue reading

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50 people sickened in US and Canada with E. coli from Romaine Lettuce – California, Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Wisconsin and Ontario and Quebec

Thirty-two people infected with the outbreak strain of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli O157:H7 have been reported from 11 states – California 10, Connecticut 1, Illinois 2, Massachusetts 2, Maryland 1, Michigan 7, New Hampshire 2, New Jersey 3, New York 2, Ohio 1, Wisconsin 1. Illnesses started on dates ranging from October 8, 2018 to October 31, 2018. Thirteen people were hospitalized, including … Continue reading

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Landmark Ontario Court Decision Awarded Child Support For Adult With Disabilities

From The Star: It is the final chapter in a constitutional challenge that changed provincial legislation and gives new hope to single parents caring for children with disabilities. An Ontario court judge has awarded Brampton single mother Robyn Coates monthly… … Continue reading

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