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Canadian law students to unite to study issues raised by Trump refugee ban

Law students, from right, Rachelle Bastarache, Anna Gilmer and Brodie Noga pose for a portrait at McGill University in Montreal, Friday, February 3, 2017. The students are co-organizers of a


Akwesasne creates first indigenous court in Canada for and by indigenous people

Prosecutor Bonnie Cole stands in front of the first independant indigenous court Monday, September 26, 2016 in Akwesasne, Ont. The court, the first of its kind in Canada, adjudicates 32

Arts & Culture

Julie Snyder told who had her watched

MONTREAL — A lawyer representing the estranged wife of former Parti Quebecois leader Pierre Karl Peladeau says his client now knows who ordered a man to tail her. Mathieu Piche-Messier


Court of Appeal hears arguments on assisted-dying law

MONTREAL — Quebec’s assisted-dying law will remain in effect as judges from the province’s highest tribunal deliberate on a lower-court ruling aimed at suspending certain provisions. Lawyers for the parties


Mixed Messages from Government on Uber and UberX, Taxis

Quebec City (Quebec) 17 August 2015 – The big debate for taxis these days is whether or not the UberX service should or should not be allowed in the city,


Anti-Smoking Lobby Group Calling for Review of Tobacco Law

Quebec City (Quebec) 11 November 2014 – A group of activists known as the Coalition pour le contrôle du Tabac (Anti-Tobacco Coalition) want some changes to Québec’s tobacco law, and