Lawyer who misappropriated $8M from clients to feed gambling habit banned from law for 7 years
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Lawyer who misappropriated $8M from clients to feed gambling habit banned from law for 7 years

A Vancouver real estate lawyer who admitted to misappropriating more than $8 million from client trust funds to feed his gambling addiction has been banned from practising law…

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Canada Supreme Court rules disclosure of Premier Doug Ford’s mandate letters are not required – JURIST
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Canada Supreme Court rules disclosure of Premier Doug Ford’s mandate letters are not required – JURIST

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s mandate letters to his cabinet fell under an exemption of the Freedom of Information and Protection of…

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Increased RCMP resources, community collaboration among James Smith Cree Nation inquest jury’s recommendations
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Increased RCMP resources, community collaboration among James Smith Cree Nation inquest jury’s recommendations

After more than two weeks of testimony, the jury at the coroner’s inquest into the stabbing massacre at James Smith Cree Nation shared its recommendations to help prevent…

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