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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. Cannabis & Life Science Law 2. RT Blog 3. Sane Split Podcast 4. À bon droit 5. Library Boy

Cannabis & Life Science Law
Update on Ontario’s Cannabis Curbside Pick-Up and Delivery Regulations

On October 7, 2021, as part of Ontario’s Fall 2021 Red Tape Reduction Package, the Ontario Government announced proposed legislative amendments to the Cannabis License Act, 2018, Cannabis Control Act, 2017 and the Ontario Cannabis Retail Corporation Act, 2017 that would enable authorized cannabis retailers to provide curbside pick-up and delivery services on a permanent basis. …

RT Blog
Tips for how investigators should approach (and respond to) requests to record interviews

At the outset of an investigation, investigators need to consider how they will collect the verbal evidence from their interviewees. One of the best ways to ensure the accuracy of the evidence collected is to use a recording device. That being said, a recording device can make individuals nervous, and can lead to unexpected questions or challenges as to its use. …

Sane Split Podcast
“My co-worker divorced and in her case…”

Are you thinking of comparing your separation to that of someone you know? Is it a co-worker, a neighbour? Or a friend of a friend of a friend? Are your cases actually similar? Are you sure? In this episode, I share my thoughts about such comparisons – how they might help you but also hurt you. …

À bon droit
Les interrogatoires préalables: en personne ou virtuels?

Avec la pandémie de COVID-19 qui tend tranquillement disparaître, plusieurs parties optent aujourd’hui pour les interrogatoires préalables en personne. Heureux de la commodité découverte, d’autres préfèrent demeurer en virtuel. Que faire lorsque les parties ne s’entendent pas sur le mode à privilégier? …

Library Boy
Yet Again, A Debate About the ‘Librarian’ Word

On November 4, 2021, members of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL) are invited to a special meeting where a possible name change for the association will be on the agenda. This is not the first library association to debate the matter of what we call ourselves. But the way, I am fine with “librarian” and “library” …

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