Volume 42-6 July/Aug 2018
Table of Contents
Canadian laws that impact your travel and transport.
Bicycle Law in Alberta
Jeff Surtees and Dave Pettitt
Cyclists should assume that almost everything that applies to drivers of cars applies to them.
Travel and Taxation
Looking at taxes for fuel, license and registration, air travel, Uber and business travel.
Impaired Boating is Just Like Impaired Driving
There is no difference between drunk driving and drunk boating under Canada’sCriminal Code.
Bringing Clarity to Passenger Compensation Rules
New federal airline laws will cover bumping, lengthy tarmac waits, flight delays and cancellations.
How Car Term Loans are Causing Bankruptcy
Provincial laws may provide bankruptcy exemption limits for certain vehicles.
Law Society of Ontario Targets Systemic Racism in the Legal Profession
Four years’ research found that racialized lawyers face a variety of professional barriers to growth.
Accommodating Syrian Refugees’ Legal and Other Needs
Syrian refugees in Alberta are protected from discrimination as are all Albertans.
Indigenous Public Legal Education – PLE from an interconnected world view
Patti LaBoucane-Benson and Alexandra Choby
The work of BearPaw Legal Education is grounded in building individual and family resilience.
Understanding Diversity in the Current Context of the Law and Legal Profession
Looking at the deeper, more meaningful value of diversity in the law.
Notorius Toronto Jude Makes his Disdain for Disgraced Officer Known
Cannabis and Employment
Enforcement of Family Law Orders When Parents Live in Different Places: Part 2
Human Rights Law
Ameliorative Programs Gaining Recognition in Human Rights Legislation
Law and Literature
Sisyphus Ascending: The Remarkable Career of Raja Shehadeh
“A charity is a charity is a charity/” – The Common Law and Income Tax Act Charity Regulation
Cover Photo by Ali Tawfiq