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Teacher’s Talk Law Now: Search and Seizures in School

The article Privacy Issues in Criminal Law is a guide to Privacy after the enactment of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The article reviews major developments in privacy after the Charter and also discusses upcoming issues where the law isn’t clear yet.  “One area of privacy law which is still in its early […]

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Bully Bosses: When Harassment is Not Discrimination

What legal remedies do employees have if they are verbally or non-verbally bullied by their supervisor or co-workers? In the workplace, bullying can include behaviours such as: damaging your reputation; humiliating you in public; accusing you of lack of effort; calling you names; insulting, teasing, or intimidating you; preventing your access to opportunities; isolating you […]

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Today’s Trial: Only Two Friends Said No

“I wish to make some comments which do not form part of my Reasons for Judgment. I was dismayed, for many reasons, throughout this trial. I was dismayed by the rumours and innuendoes, and that so may people seem to have acted on them without even considering whether they were based on fact. I was […]

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School’s In: Changing Faces to Learn About Bullying

Bullying — and its variations teasing, ostracizing, intimidating, assaulting — is a problem that has come out of its closet and into the courtrooms in the late twentieth and early twenty-first century. But it isn’t new. Bullying is a time-honoured approach to life acted out everywhere from schoolyards to the killing fields of war, from […]

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