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Homemade Urad dal flour | How to make urad dal flour

Homemade urad dal flour is so handy during festival season like Diwali. Urad dal flour can be easily made at home and lets how to make it in this post. Urad dal flour is available commercially at shops. But you can make your own with these easy steps. Though I have shared this in other...

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Nellikai Rasam | Amla / Indian Gooseberry rasam

Nellikai rasam is sure a nutritious rasam with the goodness of amla also known as Indian gooseberry. I was totally surprised by it’s taste, check it out. When nellikai is in season, or you want to include in your diet in various ways, try it out. Looking for more nellikai recipes? Check out this nellikai...

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Easy capsicum rice recipe | Capsicum bath

Easy capsicum rice under 20 minutes yet flavorful dish with south Indian flavors that you can prepare at home. For first time I made this capsicum rice bath and totally loved it and bet you would too! This can be perfect for lunch box since it is super quick to make as well as best...

Read More

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Moth Bean sundal recipe | No soak sundal

Moth bean sundal is an easy yet healthy and flavorful dish perfect for snack. This can be made without soaking, so no need to worry if you forget soaking. It can also be prepared during the festival of Navaratri to offer as prasadam. This is similar to other sundal recipes on this site, and pairs...

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Dalgona Candy recipe

Dalgona candy needs just two simple ingredients. You can make this dalgona korean candy recipe easily at home without the tools. Let’s see how to do this with things available in your kitchen. This is popular street food in Korea, even before the whipped Dalgona coffee became viral during lockdown. As you know I too...

Read More

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White Rajma Sundal | Navaratri sundal recipes

White rajma sundal recipe is a simple yet flavor packed south Indian delicacy, without onion and garlic perfect for prasadam during Naravatri festival. If you get this white rajma, do try this for the festival season and am sure your guests will be impressed and ask for you what it is! Though this is similar...

Read More

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Blue rice, South Indian style | Butterfly pea flower rice

Blue rice – Butterfly pea flower rice is a treat for eyes and interesting to prepare. I have made it in south Indian style by adapting from original Malaysian Nasi Kerabu. Sometimes, it’s all about the things that treats our eyes. This blue rice has no distinct flavor by itself, but have made it like...

Read More

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Dabeli recipe | Indian street food

Dabeli is a desi street food with pav buns, a popular snack in India. It has a spicy potato masala stuffing and many elements, making it tempting and addictive! This Indian snack can be prepared with less effort and hygienically at home. Recipe adapted from here. Dabeli, actually originated from Kutch, regional food at Gujarat,...

Read More

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Instant Gulab jamun recipe with Jamun mix

Instant Gulab jamun recipe with store bought Jamun mix. Learn how to to make a perfect gulab jamun every time with the instant jamun mix. Birthdays, parties, celebrations, get togethers, festivals as well as any occasion, this is perfect dessert. This is basic recipe of all other jamun recipes on this site, in fact this...

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Cashew Pakoda, Munthiri Pakoda

Cashew pakoda is a popular snack in Tamil Nadu, especially in snack shops. Munthiri pakoda as we call in Tamil, is also a special item for tea time snack. Perfect for special occasions, when hosting guests or as a treat to your family as snack. This is similar my Onion pakoda recipe on this site,...

Read More

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Egg free Banana chocolate chip cake recipe

Egg free banana chocolate chip mini loaf cake recipe with over ripen banana. Using wheat flour and brown sugar this tastes wholesome. Best back to school snack idea for kids or for anyone, to pair up with tea or a cup of coffee. This was inspired by my Banana walnut muffin recipe on this site....

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Idiyappam recipe | How to make idiyappam

Idiyappam recipe, a south Indian steamed dish with rice flour as main ingredient. It is prepared mostly for Breakfast. This is known with many names through out the world. Rice noodles (fresh), string hoppers, in Tamil, Idiyappam ( a(r)a(r)a(r)?a(r)-a(r)aa-a(r)aa(r)(r)a- ) & nool puttu (a(r)"a-a(r)2a- a(r)aa-a(r)a-a(r)a-) as well as nool appam. It is well known in...

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Homemade Urad dal flour | How to make urad dal flour

Homemade urad dal flour is so handy during festival season like Diwali. Urad dal flour can be easily made at home and lets how to make it in this post. Urad dal flour is available commercially at shops. But you can make your own with these easy steps. Though I have shared this in other...

Read More

The post Homemade Urad dal flour | How to make urad dal flour appeared first on Raks Kitchen.


Nellikai Rasam | Amla / Indian Gooseberry rasam

Nellikai rasam is sure a nutritious rasam with the goodness of amla also known as Indian gooseberry. I was totally surprised by it’s taste, check it out. When nellikai is in season, or you want to include in your diet in various ways, try it out. Looking for more nellikai recipes? Check out this nellikai...

Read More

The post Nellikai Rasam | Amla / Indian Gooseberry rasam appeared first on Raks Kitchen.


Easy capsicum rice recipe | Capsicum bath

Easy capsicum rice under 20 minutes yet flavorful dish with south Indian flavors that you can prepare at home. For first time I made this capsicum rice bath and totally loved it and bet you would too! This can be perfect for lunch box since it is super quick to make as well as best...

Read More

The post Easy capsicum rice recipe | Capsicum bath appeared first on Raks Kitchen.


Moth Bean sundal recipe | No soak sundal

Moth bean sundal is an easy yet healthy and flavorful dish perfect for snack. This can be made without soaking, so no need to worry if you forget soaking. It can also be prepared during the festival of Navaratri to offer as prasadam. This is similar to other sundal recipes on this site, and pairs...

Read More

The post Moth Bean sundal recipe | No soak sundal appeared first on Raks Kitchen.


Dalgona Candy recipe

Dalgona candy needs just two simple ingredients. You can make this dalgona korean candy recipe easily at home without the tools. Let’s see how to do this with things available in your kitchen. This is popular street food in Korea, even before the whipped Dalgona coffee became viral during lockdown. As you know I too...

Read More

The post Dalgona Candy recipe appeared first on Raks Kitchen.


White Rajma Sundal | Navaratri sundal recipes

White rajma sundal recipe is a simple yet flavor packed south Indian delicacy, without onion and garlic perfect for prasadam during Naravatri festival. If you get this white rajma, do try this for the festival season and am sure your guests will be impressed and ask for you what it is! Though this is similar...

Read More

The post White Rajma Sundal | Navaratri sundal recipes appeared first on Raks Kitchen.


Blue rice, South Indian style | Butterfly pea flower rice

Blue rice – Butterfly pea flower rice is a treat for eyes and interesting to prepare. I have made it in south Indian style by adapting from original Malaysian Nasi Kerabu. Sometimes, it’s all about the things that treats our eyes. This blue rice has no distinct flavor by itself, but have made it like...

Read More

The post Blue rice, South Indian style | Butterfly pea flower rice appeared first on Raks Kitchen.


Dabeli recipe | Indian street food

Dabeli is a desi street food with pav buns, a popular snack in India. It has a spicy potato masala stuffing and many elements, making it tempting and addictive! This Indian snack can be prepared with less effort and hygienically at home. Recipe adapted from here. Dabeli, actually originated from Kutch, regional food at Gujarat,...

Read More

The post Dabeli recipe | Indian street food appeared first on Raks Kitchen.


Instant Gulab jamun recipe with Jamun mix

Instant Gulab jamun recipe with store bought Jamun mix. Learn how to to make a perfect gulab jamun every time with the instant jamun mix. Birthdays, parties, celebrations, get togethers, festivals as well as any occasion, this is perfect dessert. This is basic recipe of all other jamun recipes on this site, in fact this...

Read More

The post Instant Gulab jamun recipe with Jamun mix appeared first on Raks Kitchen.


Cashew Pakoda, Munthiri Pakoda

Cashew pakoda is a popular snack in Tamil Nadu, especially in snack shops. Munthiri pakoda as we call in Tamil, is also a special item for tea time snack. Perfect for special occasions, when hosting guests or as a treat to your family as snack. This is similar my Onion pakoda recipe on this site,...

Read More

The post Cashew Pakoda, Munthiri Pakoda appeared first on Raks Kitchen.


Egg free Banana chocolate chip cake recipe

Egg free banana chocolate chip mini loaf cake recipe with over ripen banana. Using wheat flour and brown sugar this tastes wholesome. Best back to school snack idea for kids or for anyone, to pair up with tea or a cup of coffee. This was inspired by my Banana walnut muffin recipe on this site....

Read More

The post Egg free Banana chocolate chip cake recipe appeared first on Raks Kitchen.


Idiyappam recipe | How to make idiyappam

Idiyappam recipe, a south Indian steamed dish with rice flour as main ingredient. It is prepared mostly for Breakfast. This is known with many names through out the world. Rice noodles (fresh), string hoppers, in Tamil, Idiyappam ( a(r)a(r)a(r)?a(r)-a(r)aa-a(r)aa(r)(r)a- ) & nool puttu (a(r)"a-a(r)2a- a(r)aa-a(r)a-a(r)a-) as well as nool appam. It is well known in...

Read More

The post Idiyappam recipe | How to make idiyappam appeared first on Raks Kitchen.


10 Pieces of Geek Merch that Qualify You For Being Stuffed in a Locker

Before you ask, Iam not the prep school antagonist of a 1980s teen comedy who gets taken down a peg by a gang of scrappy misfits. Iam an enormous nerdgoblin myself, and I, too, spent a good portion of my ... Read More

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Around the World in 10 Desserts

Thereas something about summertime that brings out the sweet tooth in all of us. From frothy milkshakes to towering pillars of ice cream, vacation season always has us reaching for the next delicacy. But we bet you havenat reached for ... Read More

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5 Delicious Desserts that Are Irresponsibly Easy to Make

Preheat the oven for huhhh? In a cold bowl whiskA the whuhhh? If reading baking instructions makes your eyes bleary and your palms sweaty never fear! We've got 10 dessert recipes that are as scrumptious as they are friendly to the ... Read More

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5 Desserts Sweetened With Betrayal

There are few sacred things left in this world. aPurple Rain,a Andre The Giantas toothy grin, Christian Baleas unhinged rant on the set of "Terminator: Salvation," and dessert a these are the terra firma we cling to in a world ... Read More

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6 Superheroes in Real Life

The primary draw of superheroes is their sense of unreality a we can live vicariously through their crazy powers and indulge our own escapism by imagining a world where Spider-Man can make a living selling his selfies to the Daily ... Read More

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Friday Jobs Roundup

Each Friday, we share the latest job listings from Slaw Jobs, which features employment opportunities from across the country. Find out more about these positions by following the links below, or learn how you can use Slaw Jobs to gain valuable exposure for your job ads, while supporting the great Canadian legal commentary at Slaw.ca.

Current postings on Slaw Jobs:

. . . [more]

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CRA Makes a Probationary Termination Blunder

Written by Daniel Standing LL.B., Editor, First Reference Inc.

You’re fired!

These are two words no employee wants to hear. If job security goes together with seniority, then probationary employees walk a fine line every day they go to work. Most employers with collective agreements that allow for probationary periods rightly view them as a condition of hire during which they can closely observe the new employee and decide whether the person is a good fit. Many would likely say that the organization can dismiss the probationer for next to no reason at all, provided they don’t treat the person . . . [more]

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Law Practice Transformation: Ten Fundamental Questions to Ask

Simon is buckling under the pressure of an endless stream of emails, messages, and calls from disgruntled clients. Simon’s thoughts race. He worries about missing something important, and he second-guesses the decisions he made on a recent file. As his anxiety level rises, he wonders, “do I need to leave legal practice?”

Simon is not alone. You likely have experienced this too. The mental health challenges legal professionals face all point to one question: Is there not a better way of practicing law?

And the answer is, yes, there is.

Transforming the practice of law is crucial. It is simply . . . [more]

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Wednesday: Whatas Hot on CanLII

Each Wednesday we tell you which three English-language cases and which French-language case have been the most viewed* on CanLII and we give you a small sense of what the cases are about.

For this last week:

1. Solanki v. Reilly, 2021 ONSC 6694

[16] In this case, the plaintiffs must prove, on a balance of probabilities, that the accident caused them to sustain a apermanent serious impairment of an important physical, mental or psychological function.a

[17] The terms aseriousa, apermanenta, aimpairmenta and aimportant functiona are defined by regulation under the . . . [more]

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Open Legal Publishing and the Time of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has drawn attention to how essential many things that we generally take for granted are. I don’t think we’ve ever spoken so much about what we actually need and what we don’t, and it begs the question: what do we all do that is genuinely needed?

In March 2020, we started an internal conversation about what CanLII could do to help ensure that Canadians could access the resources they needed, and how we should respond to the crisis. In the end, we came to the conclusion that while there were particular things we could do, generally we . . . [more]

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Tips Tuesday

Here are excerpts from the most recent tips on SlawTips, the site that each week offers up useful advice, short and to the point, on practice, research, writing and technology.

Research & Writing

Continuing Comma Calamities
Neil Guthrie

Itas disheartening to see how frequently people mess up with commas. This kind of thing is all too common: Partner, Alfredo Garcia will be speaking about a| Remove that comma! … . . . [more]

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What Should Post-Pandemic Legal Education Look Like?

Surfing through the blog entries from my Decanal colleagues over the last number of months, it is clear that coping with the pandemic and adapting legal education to remote delivery has loomed large for all of us. We know it has affected our students, our colleagues and our staff and it is tempting to wish for a return to anormala as we understood it pre-pandemic. On the other hand, there is emerging a debate about what the post-pandemic university should look like, with early commentators suggesting that there is now aa unique opportunity to reimagine our universities as more inclusive, . . . [more]

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Mondayas Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canadaas awardA-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible.

This week the randomly selected blogs are 1. Canadian Trade Law Blog 2. Family Health Law Blog 3. The Defence Toolkit 4. Robeside Assistance 5. All About Information

Canadian Trade Law Blog
National Truth and Reconciliation Day in Canada

On September 30, 2021, Woods, LaFortune LLP marked National Truth and Reconciliation Day with partner, Michael . . . [more]

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Changing the Way Legal Services Are Delivered to Meet Legal Needs

aWe are not all in the same boat. We are all in the same storm. Some of us are on super-yachts. Some have just the one oar.a -Damian Barr

Without question, the pandemic has altered the way lawyers practice law. There is increased efficiency in the operation of the courts and both judges and lawyers have skillfully adapted to incredible changes that would have seemed impossible to imagine let alone implement eighteen months ago. The expanded use of technology increased access to justice for many. Emergency orders offered the ability to execute various types of documents safely and remotely. Some . . . [more]

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When Cancel Culture Is Liable in Defamation

Isolation in one’s home and glued to an electronic device, it was inevitable that people would be come more activist online. A growing trend has been where public backlash online, also known as cancelling or calling out, is used to block someone from having a platform or career.

The debate around the utility of cancel culture weaves between delicate balances of expression rights and bullying concerns. While the practice started in progressive circles, it has more recently been weaponized by right-wing groups as well.

What people may not have anticipated is that the attempts to “cancel” someone could actually be . . . [more]

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Summaries Sunday: SOQUIJ

Every week we present the summary of a decision handed down by a QuA(c)bec court provided to us by SOQUIJ and considered to be of interest to our readers throughout Canada. SOQUIJ is attached to the QuA(c)bec Department of Justice and collects, analyzes, enriches, and disseminates legal information in QuA(c)bec.

PANAL (DROIT)A : Un professeur universitaire ayant plaidA(c) coupable sous des accusations relatives A des actions indA(c)centes commises dans un endroit public A l’encontre de jeunes A(c)coliA"res se voit imposer une condamnation avec sursis assortie de conditions ainsi qu’une obligation d’enregistrement au Registre national des dA(c)linquants sexuels.

IntitulA(c) :A R. . . . [more]

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FCA Would Allow Reverse Class Action Suit for Copyright Infringement

Owners of copyright in movies struggle with large numbers of infringements in which unauthorized copies of their works are uploaded to peer to peer file sharing services such as BitTorrent.[1]

The Federal Court of Appeal has noted that a solution to mass-copyright infringement is for a single creator to pursue a large number of infringers.[2]

Despite the limitations of the Copyright Act for individual non-commercial infringements[3] and the limitations under current copyright law on authorization, the Federal Court of Appeal was prepared to allow a reverse class-action to proceed in which a plaintiff claims numerous parties conducted . . . [more]

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Friday Jobs Roundup

Each Friday, we share the latest job listings from Slaw Jobs, which features employment opportunities from across the country. Find out more about these positions by following the links below, or learn how you can use Slaw Jobs to gain valuable exposure for your job ads, while supporting the great Canadian legal commentary at Slaw.ca.

Current postings on Slaw Jobs:

. . . [more]

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Listening to the Client

In over 30 years of working with law firms on improving productivity and profitability, Iave seen countless marketplace surveys on the incredible value of client feedback mechanisms. In many instances itas been labelled as one of the fastest and most effective ways to boost firm revenue. So, youad think that law firms would be all over this business practice as a standard operating procedure. Buta|not so much. Two decades ago, law firm management expert Jim Durham conducted a survey of 100 MPs to see how many of their firms had client feedback programs. Around 20% of them did (or were . . . [more]

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Memoirs of an Unwitting SRL

[Jeff Rose-Martland is a writer and SRL from St. Johnas, Newfoundland, and member of NSRLPas Advisory Board.]

Envision a self-represented litigant. Did you get a picture of someone in court, poorly dressed, who doesnat know what they are doing? I see that, and I am an SRL. The more-accurate mental image of a person at their dining table struggling with legal documents until the wee hours rarely comes to mind. Possibly because itas draining to even consider, let alone do. In point of fact, a courtroom may not even be involved; there are a variety of circumstances that will turn . . . [more]

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Wednesday: Whatas Hot on CanLII

Each Wednesday we tell you which three English-language cases and which French-language case have been the most viewed* on CanLII and we give you a small sense of what the cases are about.

For this last week:

1. Canadian Thermo Windows Inc. v. Seangio, 2021 ONSC 6555

[74] The whole point of s. 137.1 is to prevent a plaintiff from inflicting substantial costs on defendants in order to chill their participation in expressions on matter of public interest. Without the stay under s. 137.1 (5), the full panoply of expensive procedural steps under the Rules of Civil Procedure would . . . [more]

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Tracking International Current Events: Social Media Focus on Nicaragua and Haiti

Information on social media platforms can be an incredible source to keep track of rapidly evolving situations throughout the world. Particularly, when national governments control and manipulate all sources of information, social media can truly become the only unbiased and trustworthy source, especially for those of us following a situation from the outside. As a law librarian, I must also warn of the pitfalls of not properly vetting and evaluating both the source and information found on social media platforms. Making sure that the information you read and the sources you follow on social media are both reliable and legitimate . . . [more]

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Tips Tuesday

Here are excerpts from the most recent tips on SlawTips, the site that each week offers up useful advice, short and to the point, on practice, research, writing and technology.

Research & Writing

Keep Your Legal Research Up to Date With Alerts on Lexbox
Alex Tsang

For legal professionals working with a high volume of cases, it can be difficult to stay up to date with legal research for all of them. However, with the alert feature on Lexbox, itas easy to keep track of changes to legal information on CanLII that is relevant to your field of work . . . [more]

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Nothing Less Than Great: Reforming Canadaas Universities (How Do Law Schools Fare?)

INTRODUCTION

Law schools have a mixed relationship with the universities of which they are a part. Subject to the universities’ rules, law schools nevertheless also give the impression of having an “independent” status. In Nothing Less than Great: Reforming Canada’s Universities (“Nothing Less than Great“) (University of Toronto Press, 2021), Harvey P. Weingarten assesses the state of universities across (mostly) English-speaking Canada and makes general recommendations for reform. While he refers to law schools only in passing, much of what he has to say is relevant to the landscape of Ontario law schools and legal education. Here I . . . [more]

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Mondayas Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canadaas awardA-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible.

This week the randomly selected blogs are 1.A Avoid a Claim 2. Crossroad Family Law Blog 3. Library Boy 4. Welcome to the Food Court 5. Civil Resolution Tribunal blog

Avoid a Claim
When You Get a Call About a Will You Drafteda| What Is Your Next Step?

Youare sitting at your desk on a . . . [more]

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Persistent Discord Within an Administrative Body

Members of the public who are uninitiated with the legal system in Canada are often confused when they encounter administrative law for the first time. The widely-recognized strengths of administrative tribunals, their flexibility and expediency, is often only possible because they discard some elements of formality and rigid procedure.

The relationship between reviewing courts and administrative tribunals is also constantly evolving. The Supreme Court of Canada in National Corn Growers Assn. v. Canada (Import Tribunal) resisted in 1990 an approach where courts would substitute the opinion over that of an administrative tribunal’s interpretation of a legislative provision, preferring greater curial . . . [more]

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Summaries Sunday: SOQUIJ

Every week we present the summary of a decision handed down by a QuA(c)bec court provided to us by SOQUIJ and considered to be of interest to our readers throughout Canada. SOQUIJ is attached to the QuA(c)bec Department of Justice and collects, analyzes, enriches, and disseminates legal information in QuA(c)bec.

PANAL (DROIT) : Le tribunal rejette la requAate de l’accusA(c) visant la constitution d’un jury adA(c)quatement vaccinA(c) contre la COVID-19.

IntitulA(c) :A R. c. Bissonnette, 2021 QCCS 3856
Juridiction :A Cour supA(c)rieure (C.S.), MontrA(c)al
DA(c)cision de :A Juge Mario LongprA(c)
Date :A 13 septembre 2021

RA(c)sumA(c)

PANAL (DROIT) a procA(c)dure . . . [more]

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Friday Jobs Roundup

Each Friday, we share the latest job listings from Slaw Jobs, which features employment opportunities from across the country. Find out more about these positions by following the links below, or learn how you can use Slaw Jobs to gain valuable exposure for your job ads, while supporting the great Canadian legal commentary at Slaw.ca.

Current postings on Slaw Jobs:

. . . [more]

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University of Windsor Leddy Library Creates Story Map on Missing Children of Indian Residential Schools

I am always on the lookout for innovative ways that libraries have found to create great stories about complex legal or historical issues that have many moving parts.

This one is quite remarkable: the Leddy Library at the University of Windsor has created a site that tells the story of the Missing Children of Indian Residential Schools using maps.

This intereactive visual representation of the residential school locations across Canada uses data from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report to document the experience:

“The recent discoveries of more than 1,700 unmarked graves at the sites of former residential schools in

. . . [more]

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Thursday Thinkpiece: No Legal Way OutaR v Ryan, Domestic Abuse, and the Defence of Duress

Periodically on Thursdays, we present a significant excerpt, usually from a recently published book or journal article. In every case the proper permissions have been obtained. If you are a publisher who would like to participate in this feature, please let us know via the siteas contact form.

No Legal Way Out: R v Ryan, Domestic Abuse, and the Defence of Duress

Author: Nadia Verrelli and Lori Chambers
Publisher: UBC Press
Series: Landmark Cases in Canadian Law
Page Count: 208
Publication Date: August 2021
Regular Price: $27.95 (paperback) | Series subscriber price: $22.00

Excerpt: From the Introduction. . . . [more]

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Building Up the Rule of Law in Ontario- Ministerial Zoning Orders and the Ford Government

aShould they really be allowed to put up that building there?!a Land development is controversial, especially in areas that are growing quickly. As someone who is running for office in one such area, I have heard quite a bit about these issues from voters.

The issues are seldom black and white. Land-owners tout the economic and social benefits of building more of the homes and workplaces that the market demands. Local residents respond with their own compelling arguments, often involving the preservation of neighbourhood character, and avoiding undue strain on infrastructure and local services. In some cases, a proposal . . . [more]

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When Can a Court Motion Be Considered aMadea?

InA Canadian Thermo Windows Inc. v. Seangio, 2021 ONSC 6555, Justice Myers addresses the issue of procedure for starting a motion. In Canadian Thermo, the plaintiffs sued the defendants for defamation. The defendants sought the dismissal of the claim, under the Anti-SLAPP provisions of section 137.1 of the Courts of Justice Act.

The defendants served a notice of motion for a long motion. The notice of motion did not indicate a date for a hearing. This was in contravention of subsection 137.2(3) of the Courts of Justice Act. Subsection 137.2(3)A states that for an anti-SLAPP motion, . . . [more]

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Wednesday: Whatas Hot on CanLII

Each Wednesday we tell you which three English-language cases and which French-language case have been the most viewed* on CanLII and we give you a small sense of what the cases are about.

For this last week:

1. Toronto (City) v. Ontario (Attorney General), 2021 SCC 34

[1] While cast as a claim of right under s. 2(b) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, this appeal, fundamentally, concerns the exercise of provincial legislative authority over municipalities. The issue, simply put, is whether and how the Constitution of Canada restrains a provincial legislature from changing the conditions . . . [more]

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