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October 19, 2021

Fake Vaccination Certificate Penalties

If charged, you could face a minimum fine of $750 for individuals and $1,000 for corporations. Maximum penalties include fines of up to $100,000 and up to one year in jail for an individual; up to $500,000 and up to a year in jail for an individual who is a director or officer of a corporation; and up to $10 million for a corporation.
Paralegal For Assistance
October 12, 2021

What does a paralegal do?

You’ve heard of lawyers, but what exactly is a “paralegal”? Put simply, a paralegal is a licensed individual in Ontario who works in a legal capacity regarding specific areas of law.
IPhone Anti-tracking
September 30, 2021

Apple’s anti-tracking app feature

Ever look something up on Google, and suddenly advertisements for that same product mysteriously appear on Facebook? Apple is now…

Covid Quarantine Canada
June 21, 2021

Returning to Canada, Quarantine and Privacy Concerns in the time of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has placed severe restrictions on the rights of Canadians. While much progress has been made to quell the pandemic, there are still many limitations placed on Canadian citizens and those looking to enter Canada.
Virtual Court
June 16, 2021

COVID-19 and going to trial: how does virtual court work?

For those who find walking into a courtroom to be intimidating, virtual court may appear to be a good reprieve. Still, questions will certainly come up: Do I have to dress nicely? What if my connection breaks? All things considered, here’s a brief rundown of how virtual court usually takes place.
Video Call No-contact
June 14, 2021

Can I video-call someone if I am under a no-contact order?

Sometimes when an individual is released on bail, on probation, or given a conditional sentence, they are told not to communicate or be in the presence of certain people.
Drunk-driving Death Legislative Change
May 27, 2021

Drunk Driving Death Spawns Legislative Reform

The infamous Marco Muzzo drunk-driving case in 2015 involved a car accident that killed four people and seriously injured two others.
Toronto Van Attack
May 25, 2021

The Toronto Van Attack and Claiming “Not Criminally Responsible”

To make out the NCR defence, “the accused must establish either: (a) that he has a mental disorder that renders him incapable of appreciating the nature and quality of his act; or (b) that he has a mental disorder that renders him incapable of knowing that it was wrong.”
Carbon Tax Constitutional
May 21, 2021

Supreme Court deems federal carbon tax as constitutional

On March 25, 2021, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the federal government’s hotly debated carbon tax was indeed constitutional.
Travelling During Covid-19 Pandemic
April 20, 2021

My Experience Travelling During COVID-19 In Canada

A story I would like to tell about the effects of COVID-19 on how we interact, and how it is rapidly changing law and roles within society.
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