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December 14, 2023 | By Trevor Tombe
The law provides for the implementation of a comparable plan to replace the Canada Pension Plan whose assets will need to be divided. On both counts, interpretations differ wildly.
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Weed at work
Considerations for employers
A tale of two cities
How Calgary and Edmonton regulate cannabis
More lows than highs?
Cannabis and the American border
Alberta Liquor, Gaming & Cannabis
Making cannabis sales happen in Alberta
The principled principal
What makes for an effective and appropriate article
Orphan Well Association v Grant Thornton Limited
Proper guidance from future courts on disreputable and disinterested regulators
Weed prefer you handle it
Recreational cannabis and federalism challenges
I am a Mi’Kmaq Lawyer, and I Despair Over Colten Boushie
The impact of the Stanley verdict on Indigenous communities
Plus ça change
Broken promises on evidence-based criminal justice reform
Abolishing peremptory challenges
A good step towards diverse, impartial Canadian juries
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