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. The Court 2. Eva Chan  3. University of Alberta Faculty of Law Blog 4. National Security Law 5.Vancouver Immigration Law Blog

The Court
SCC Interveners Order Raises Questions Ahead of Trinity Western Hearing

By this point, it is a virtual certainty that the outcome of the joint-appeal for Trinity Western University et al v Law Society of Upper Canada and Law Society of British Columbia v Trinity Western University et al will be a landmark ruling by the Supreme Court of Canada. …

Eva Chan
It’s Never Too Late to Say Hello on Social Media

The final quarter of the year is almost here. Make your social media presence and engagement work for you. Saying “hello” is a good way to start. Here are some ways to do so while helping you cross off your marketing and business development goals and objectives before the year ends: …

University of Alberta Faculty of Law Blog
In the Media: Mandatory Indigenous Awareness Training for Government Employees

Last week, the provincial NDP Government announced its plan to implement mandatory Indigenous Awareness training for public service employees. This initiative comes as a response to the TRC’s Call to Action number 57 which reads: …

National Security Law
A One-Word Fix: Bill C-59, the Constitution & Communications Security Establishment Activities

As the parliamentary season starts, I have begun working up more detailed thinking on bill C-59, the government’s massive national security law overhaul. A lot of this bill is about heading off constitutional and other legal train-wrecks. …

Vancouver Immigration Law Blog
In Advance of the October 11th Citizenship Rules Changes – Some Best Practice Pointer

With four major changes set to go into legal affect next Wednesday (October 11th), a lot of questions I have been fielding are from individuals who are asking me how they should prepare. …


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