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Britain's Prince Harry took to the waters in a canoe in Brasilia on Monday after visiting a hospital which specializes in rehabilitation, orthopedic and neuropsychological work. (June 24) AP Video Video Video Video The canoe helped build scores of
The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Jul. 21 2014, 6:30 PM EDT Last updated Monday, Jul. 21 2014, 6:30 PM EDT Last month, the Supreme Court of Canada made clear that the centuries-old search-warrant principle continues to apply in the electronic age.
They deal with different provinces, different facts and appear to have differing outcomes. However, both decisions are actually consistent with each other and their outcomes similar. Both decisions affirm that governments bear the burden of balancing
Sladic began using heroin and later robbed a KFC outlet in Hawker in 2011. The ACT Supreme Court gave her a chance to rehabilitate following that crime, and suspended a three-year jail sentence on the condition she be of good behaviour...The break-in
Chad Hipolito/Maclean's They're not known for liberal attitudes toward sex, so it was no surprise when several religious groups appeared before the House of Commons justice committee last week to support the government's new prostitution law. We
As reaction spreads outward from the Supreme Court of Canada's landmark recognition of aboriginal title, the B.C. Liberals maintain the decision won't have a chilling effect on the investment climate...Some people think it's a game changer, that it'
Noah Parquette, Analyst, Canaccord Genuity joins BNN to discuss investing in the energy sector through shipping and tanker stocks...Video The U.S. will allow two companies to export minimally refined light oil...Reuters Energy Mr. Huskilson has
The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Jan. 15 2014, 10:29 AM EST Last updated Friday, Jul. 18 2014, 10:47 AM EDT Follow the Globe's live coverage of the hearings here Several judges of the Supreme Court of Canada have expressed skepticism about the
Stories The Supreme Court of Canada has sided with the federal government in a long-running legal fight with Quebec's leading labour organizations in a multi-billion-dollar employment insurance case. The unions sued the Harper government after it
Aboriginal groups on the East Coast want a moratorium on any oil and gas exploration in the Gulf of St. Lawrence until a comprehensive environmental assessment is done. The groups believe a recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling gives them the right