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Remaining CPD Events for 2017

Need a few extra credits before the end of the year? Check out the upcoming CPD events offered by the Law Society, including one for free! Webinar: R v Jordan – Legal and Practical Implications (CPD-179) This webinar is being held on: Thursday, November 30, 2017  from 12pm to 1pm (Sask. Time) | Qualifies for 1 CPD […]

Monday Pick-Me-Up

By Sarah Roussel-Lewis Some interesting reads to help you ease into your week: Are Social Media Posts by Politicians Official Documents?  (Slaw) Closed by Default: Why is Prime Minister Trudeau Using Restrictive Terms for Flickr Image Use?  (Michael Geist) Conditional sentence for woman who scammed Sask. Court fine option program  (Global News) Faith-based health care should end with Sask.’s […]

Saskatchewan Legislative Update

The following regulations were published in The Saskatchewan Gazette, Part II, Vol. 113 No. 44, November 3, 2017: SR 109/2017 The Queen’s Bench (Small Claims) Amendment Regulations, 2017 RS 109/2017 Règlement modificatif de 2017 sur la Cour du Banc de la Reine (petites créances) Filed under: Statutes, Bills, Regulations

Adding Foundational Case Law to CanLII

By Sarah Sutherland Manager, Content and Partnerships Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII)  Since CanLII’s founding, we have been working to make sure the law you need is available. As part of our project to add the Dominion Law Reports cases that have been cited in CanLII case collection that we announced last year, we are […]

Access to Justice Bulletin, November 2017

From the Saskatchewan Access to Justice Working Group Support CLASSIC by purchasing tickets for the inaugural “Cirque de CLASSIC” Fundraiser being held on January 19 in Saskatoon: Public, justice, healthcare, and library sectors come together for access to justice solutions: ADR Institute of Canada National Introductory Arbitration Training Course being held on November 14, 15, 16, […]