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B.C.'s highest judges are mulling whether there's a constitutional right to tasty pot cookies and other marijuana products such as infused oils, balms and lotions. But first the Court of Appeal panel must decide whether the head baker of a Victoria
With a challenge of the existing essential services legislation looming in the Supreme Court of Canada, the Saskatchewan government has preemptively introduced a new plan for essential services in the province. Saskatchewan Labour Minister Don Morgan
Watch Watch Watch Carissima Mathen of the University of Ottawa and Michael Plaxton of the University of Saskatchewan say next month's unprecedented hearing at the Supreme Court on Justice Nadon's appointment should be no slam dunk for Mr. Harper.
Instead of the usual 12 cases that the court in recent years has been hearing during its two-week block of oral arguments, the justices have only seven scheduled for what the court calls the February sitting . It's the result of a diminished docket
Story Canadian public policy on aboriginal issues has gone through many twists and turns: the Trudeau White Paper, which met huge resistance from indigenous leaders; then the beginning of dialogue over land claims and even self-government agreements
Arguments that the Senate can only be abolished with unanimous consent of the provinces, and that provincial input is needed to reform the red chamber, are wishful thinking, a federal government lawyer told the Supreme Court of Canada Thursday.
Failed Number The Sunday Story The Supreme Court's Interim order defining Aadhaar from subsidies has left the Centre grappling with the future of the Unique Identification programme...NPR rolls on, regardless The Sunday Story The Supreme Court's
Chief Justice of India P Sathasivam today termed as an "aberration" the allegation of sexual harassment against his former colleague by an intern and assured the nation that justice will be done in "all respect". "During my short stint, an incident
The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued notices to all the states and union territories, seeking their replies on the issue of making Aadhar card compulsory for availing certain services. A bench led by Justice B S Chauhan sought states' views to
ET This is Quebec's last chance to preserve the federal long-gun records, which it hopes to use to create it's own provincial version of the registry. The Supreme Court of Canada will decide today whether it will hear Quebec's appeal prevent the