Christopher Gallard-Ganaban, Author at LawNow Magazine

About Christopher Gallard-Ganaban

Christopher Gallard-Ganaban is a student at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Law and a member of Pro Bono Students Canada. Pro Bono Students Canada is a student organization. This document was prepared with the assistance of PBSC University of Alberta law student volunteers. PBSC students are not lawyers and they are not authorized to provide legal advice. This document contains general discussion of certain legal and related issues only. If you require legal advice, please consult with a lawyer.

A Brief Overview of Canadian Immigration Law

Immigration law in Canada can seem daunting and confusing to understand. It would certainly be difficult to condense all immigration-related concepts within a single article. This article serves as a basic overview to provide an understanding of common terms and immigration programs in Canada. It will address what immigration is and who deals with it, […]

Authors:

Christopher Gallard-Ganaban
Christopher Gallard-Ganaban is a student at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Law and a member of Pro Bono Students Canada. Pro Bono Students Canada is a student organization. This document was prepared with the assistance of PBSC University of Alberta law student volunteers. PBSC students are not lawyers and they are not authorized to provide legal advice. This document contains general discussion of certain legal and related issues only. If you require legal advice, please consult with a lawyer.
 

The Lack of Representation of Indigenous People in Canadian Juries

Earlier this year, the acquittal of Gerald Stanley in R. v. Stanley, 2018 SKQB 27 (“R. v. Stanley”) sparked important discussions on the Canadian criminal justice system and Indigenous peoples’ experiences within this system. Specifically, this decision sparked a discussion on the representation of Indigenous peoples on Canadian juries. What happened in R v Stanley? […]

Authors:

Christopher Gallard-Ganaban
Christopher Gallard-Ganaban is a student at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Law and a member of Pro Bono Students Canada. Pro Bono Students Canada is a student organization. This document was prepared with the assistance of PBSC University of Alberta law student volunteers. PBSC students are not lawyers and they are not authorized to provide legal advice. This document contains general discussion of certain legal and related issues only. If you require legal advice, please consult with a lawyer.
 


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