November 2019: In Brief
In November 2019:
I created a pinterest for my legal practice and you may see some new stuff there but generally, everything will also appear on my site or my blog. You can view that here.
I reviewed the last several years or so, from failures to accomplishments. There are two sides to every story and you can read some here.
The federal court reviewed the federal government’s application for judicial review (generally speaking, an appeal) of the Canadian human rights tribunal order to compensate children and/or their parents/grandparents as a result of discriminatory funding schemes. You can review my summary of that decision here.
I provide comments to CTV on the Caring Society case here.
And, I am a Certified Aboriginal Business by the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business!
In my inbox and feeds:
The only link that matters right now in my feed: federal court denies Ottawa’s attempt to pause the Caring Society compensation order (see above).
On my bookshelf:
Still reading JWR’s speeches! They give me life! More to come.