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The Law Society’s Ethics Committee recently released the following Ethics Ruling as guidance for the profession. For your convenience, we’ve listed the ruling below but it can also be found in our Ethics Rulings Database. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this post, please contact the Law Society at (306) 569-8242 or 1-833-733-0133. Date: […]
Saskatchewan’s population has grown increasingly diverse over the past 10 years; data from the 2016 Census shows increases in those who identified as being members of several minority or equity-seeking groups. Diversity has advanced from a mere compliance exercise focused on meeting numbers for various measurable attributes, to the reality that our organizations are increasingly diverse, multicultural […]
The Animal Protection Act, 2018, SS 2018, c A-21.2, is proclaimed into force September 17, 2018. According to the government news release, the legislation gives “clearer direction for animal protection officers providing intervention or relief of distress. Animals are not considered to be in distress if kept according to the codes of practice that are […]
by Ken Fox On October 2, 2018, I made a wager that The Cannabis Control (Saskatchewan) Act, SS 2018, c C-2.111, would be proclaimed “somewhere in the vicinity of October 17,” the day the federal Cannabis Act comes into force. Well, I lost the bet. The act will not be effective in the vicinity of […]
By Brea Lowenberger
; Director of CREATE Justice and Access to Justice Coordinator, University of Saskatchewan, College of Law Access to Justice Week pre-week events are underway! The week officially launches on Saturday, October 20. Please help spread the word about the week’s events! Share, print, post the downloadable 2018 Access to Justice Week Events at a Glance […]