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Child Rights Toolkit (Tip of the Week)

Ken Fox, Reference Librarian Did you know that the Canadian Bar Association publishes toolkits in multiple practice areas? Today I want to tell you in particular about the Child Rights Toolkit that was launched just May 11 of this year. This toolkit describes its four main parts as: Fundamentals – provides the fundamental framework of […]

Research Tip Roundup: CanLII

Alan Kilpatrick, Reference Librarian Over the summer, we will be highlighting Legal Sourcery’s most popular research tips.  On that note, here are Legal Sourcery’s most popular CanLII tips: CanLII’s Boolean Operators CanLII Commentary CanLII Connects: Start Taking Your Research to the Next Level CanLII Tutorial Videos  Office of the Residential Tenancies Decisions on CanLII Saskatchewan Labour […]

Astonishing Coverage of Saskatchewan Tribunals on CanLII

Alan Kilpatrick, Librarian Did you know that CanLII provides free access to thousands of decisions from twenty-one Saskatchewan administrative tribunals?  You can access decisions from the following Saskatchewan tribunal: Board or Tribunal Coverage Appeal Tribunal under the Medical Profession Act 1977-2014 Automobile Injury Appeal Commission 2003-2017 Information and Privacy Commissioner 2004-2017 Labour Arbitration Awards 1981-2017 […]

New Journals Issues – June 2017

By Sarah Roussel-Lewis Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal Volume 36, Number 3 (May 2017) Five Years Later: Ambiguities and Oddities in Alberta’s Wills and Succession Act / Stephen Arhcibald and Mitchell McInnes A Case for Uniformly Abolishing the Rule Against Perpetuities in Canadian Trust Law / Peter Roy Cotton-O’Brien The Evolution of the Law with […]

Monday Pick-Me-Up

By Sarah Roussel-Lewis Some interesting reads to help you ease into your week: How much is too much?: Saskatchewan bars respond to SGI over-serving lawsuit  (CBC) Influencing Organizational Culture Through Office Design  (Slaw) Judge denies alleged Regina fraudster’s attempt to have case thrown out  (CBC) Not All Internet Evidence is Created Equally  (Family LLB) Police […]