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How many times have you heard it?   You ask for important information on wait lists to get into a desired program: how many people are on the wait list? How many in a certain category?  You ask for certain information about...

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In short, it is a fiction.  Privacy does not exist on the internet. This includes on social media. Most of us would consider it creepy if someone was to be following us around, lurking in the shadows, watching - and recording,...

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I am quite frequently asked this question. Administrative law is the body of law that governs administrative agencies. Administrative agencies are involved in virtually every aspect of our lives.  Examples include agencies that regulate food and drug products, securities commissions, local building...

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Earlier this week, Prime Minister Trudeau removed Ms. Wilson-Raybould and Dr. Jane Philpott from the Liberal party. The reason offered was that recording “conversations without consent” was unacceptable, and that an Attorney General recording a conversation with the Clerk of the...

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Does an employee have a right to see his or her own personnel file, without first obtaining the employer’s approval? If you are an employer, and an employee demands to see his or her personnel file, must you oblige? In B.C., Alberta...

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In R. v. Reeves, the Supreme Court of Canada recently considered the extent of a person's privacy rights in a shared computer.  This was a criminal case that centered on whether the police had properly seized the shared computer. Mr. Reeves...

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