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What’s Hot on CanLII This Week

Here are the three most consulted English-language cases on CanLII for the week of November 8 – 14.

1. Bedford v. Canada, 2010 ONSC 4264

[1] There has been a long-standing debate in this country and elsewhere about the subject of prostitution. The only consensus that exists is that there is no consensus on the issue.

2. EJH (Re), 2011 SKQB 404

1) This is truly a remarkable story. The story of AH, a mother who has escaped a life of prostitution and squalor and bested addictions so that she might have the ability to parent her two

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What’s Hot on CanLII This Week

Here are the three most consulted cases on CanLII for the week of November 1 – 7.

  1. Sam’s Auto Wrecking and Lombard General Insurance, 2011 ONSC 6441

    [12] The central issue is whether or not the personal injury experienced by Mr. Ferber, indirectly at the hands of an employee at Sam’s operating within the scope of his employment, was or should have been covered by the commercial general liability which was part of the comprehensive business policy provided by Lombard.

  2. Tuchenhagen v. Mondaux, 2011 ONSC 5398

    [1] During the month of July 2008, the City of Thunder Bay

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Hot on CanLII Now

Thanks to Colin Lachance we learn that these are the three most consulted cases on CanLII in October:

1. Century 21 Canada Limited Partnership v. Rogers Communications Inc., 2011 BCSC 1196

[1] The ability of the law to adapt is part of its strength. Technological innovation tests that resilience. This case considers that ability as claims for breach of contract, trespass to chattels and copyright infringement meet the Internet. At the root of this lawsuit is the legitimacy of indexing publically accessible websites.

[2] The plaintiffs seek an injunction and damages against the defendants for their conduct in accessing Century

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