Sometimes, the state needs to step in to protect children and support families.
Volume 40-3 January / February 2016
Table of Contents
An Overview to Child Intervention Services in Alberta
Child and Family Services in Alberta will intervene when children need protection.
Privacy Considerations for Families
Interventions by Child and Family Services are a sensitive matter and families need to have their privacy protected.
Signs of Safety
Heather D. Malaryk
Signs of Safety is a promising new child protection casework practice being implemented in Alberta.
Litigating Deaths of Children in Care
A shocking number of children have died in care in Alberta.
Marriage Breakdown Affects Taxes and Child Benefits
There are lots of tax issues that arise if you have children!
Prisoners and Work
Employment and work programs are important to help integrate prisoners back into society.
Aboriginal people make up a disproportionate number of Canada’s prisoners. We need to examine why.
Solitary confinement can be immensely damaging to prisoners.
- Autism, Homeopathy and Custody
- Well-Drafted Waivers
- A Traffic Ticket Odyssey
- Names in Japan
Landlord and Tenant Law
Renting Out Your Condo: Six Facts You Need to Know
Responding To Childrens’ Refusal to Visit After Separation – Part 3
Debtor and Creditor Law
J. Douglas Hoyes
Superintendent of Bankruptcy Changes Designation to Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Human Rights Law
Human Rights Protection Added for Transgender Identity
Peter Bowal and Jordan Smith
The Law of Leafleting and Picketing
Ontario Court of Appeal says the Police Can’t Climb in your Window!
The “No Gifts to Unqualified Donees” Rule
Law and Literature
The Peterloo Massacre and The Mask of Anarchy
Peter Bowal, Enza Rosi, and Christopher Tang
Lac Minerals v. International Corona Resources