Volume 45-5 May/Jun 2021
Each year in May, Canadians celebrate Victoria Day. To celebrate this year, our feature articles describe the role of royals in Canada and around the world. See also our special report on insurance.
Feature Articles: Crowned Royal
What Needs to be Done if Canada Wants to Remove the Monarch?
Myrna El Fakhry Tuttle
Canada severing ties with the Royal Family requires amending the Constitution and reviewing treaties signed with Indigenous Peoples.
Royal Families Around the World
Around the world, monarchs hold different roles in government and more.
Special Report: Insurance
Act Now: Insurance policies and the duty to notify
Insurance policies require insureds to notify the insurer of claims and potential claims.
Vehicle Insurance: What are you paying for anyway?
If you own a vehicle, you probably pay for insurance on it. But you may not know what you are actually paying for and why governments require it.
Everything You Need to Know About Wedding and Special Event Insurance
Wedding and special event insurance is a special kind of cancellation insurance that can protect you if your event goes awry.
Insurance: What does the tax man say about it?
Insurance is complex enough – what happens when it intersects with our tax system?
Have You Heard?
Sexual Violence Awareness Month
Regional Anomalies in Canada’s National Consumer Insolvency & Bankruptcy Rates
COVID-19 Vaccines in the Workplace: Employees
COVID-19 Vaccines in the Workplace: Employers
Evidence that Rape Myths Still Prevalent in Court in 2021
Lawyer: Friend or foe?
Criminal Sentencing of Aboriginal Offenders: Ipeelee
Disabilities, Accommodation and Mask Rules: Human Rights Commission weighs in
Youth & the Law
I’m Turning 18, Now What: Being an employee