Monday’s Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canada’s award­-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible.

This week the randomly selected blogs are 1. Reconciliation Syllabus 2. Canadian Combat Sports Law Blog 3. Canadian Trade Law Blog 4. Family Health Law Blog 5. IdeaBlawg

Reconciliation Syllabus
Reconciliation in a Real Property Securities Course – Not Necessarily a Missing Lien!

In 2019 and 2020, I taught a course on real property securities (Sûretés immobilières) at the Université de Moncton. This course traditionally focuses on the creation and enforcement of land securities based on mortgages, mechanic’s liens and registered judgments. Inspired by this blog and from colleagues around the country attempting to include their private law courses (broadly defined) in their reconciliation initiatives, …

Canadian Combat Sports Law Blog
Study – Updated Bare Knuckle Boxing Injury Data

Last year data was presented at the Association of Ringside Physicians Annual Conference giving the first glimpse of the safety track record of bare knuckle boxing compared to traditional boxing. The data revealed that bare knuckle boxers were suffeirng fewer concussions and fewer broken hands but also more cuts and abraasioins. Now, (and adding to this site’s database of combat sports safety studies,) Dr. Muzzi, the primary author behidn the data, published an aritlce with updated informaiton shedding light on the current statistics of bare knuckel boxing injury rates. …

Canadian Trade Law Blog
Michael Woods – Director on FITT Board 2008-2021

In June 2021, Michael Woods completed his fourth term and final term on the Board of Directors of the Forum for International Trade Training (FITT) [ | Forum for International Trade Training (FITT) ( ]. FITT is a Canada-based not-for-profit (NFP) organization dedicated to providing international business training, resources and professional certification to individuals and businesses. …

Family Health Law Blog
3 Tips For Caregivers

Being a caregiver can be very challenging. Dealing with the health care system can feel like an overwhelming and never-ending nightmare. Family caregivers do not necessarily anticipate being thrust into the role of an advocate, yet this is what happens all the time. Without their caregivers, patients/residents may not have a voice. …

Episode 58 of The Ideablawg Podcasts on the Criminal Code of Canada: Sections 72 and 73 – Ye Olde “Longstanding” Offences of Forcible Entry & Forcible Detainer

After a long hiatus, Ideablawg Podcasts are back! Welcome to the long-awaited continuation of the Ideablawg podcasts on the Criminal Code of Canada. In this episode, we are reviewing two very old common law property offences found in Part II Offences Against Public Order, under section 72, namely, the offence of forcible entry, under s. 72(1), and forcible detainer, under s. 72(2). We will also look at section 73, which is the punishment section for both offences. …


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