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Canada's Autism Disgrace 2007: 2014 Update
Photo from Ameriquebec.net  [read more]
The Ukraine Tipping Point
Ukranian DivideEvents in Ukraine are at a tipping point, and can go in one of two directions: towards a resolution that keeps Ukraine as one state, but with substantial powers devolved on regions, or a Russian influenced and assisted br ... [read more]
Standard for interpretation
R v Moo, 2014 ONCJ 127 holds an interpreter need not be perfect to meet the requisite constitutional competence. "What is required ultimately is that the information held by the accused person can be communicated as effectively after in ... [read more]
Anti-Wind Forces Vandalizing Property?
The OPP seems to think so. [read more]
In Sunday’s Sun: when democracy is just a word
A year ago this month, Justin Trudeau was a candidate for the Liberal Party leadership.  He gave a big speech to delegates at what was called the “Liberal leadership showcase.” Among other things, Trudeau said this:  “The only person Mr ... [read more]
Rubber Falls Flat
Last night Sylvia and I watched Quentin Dupieux's absurdist comedy-fantasy Rubber. I enjoyed it well enough, though I wish it had been a little less self-consciously clever and a little funnier. For Sylvia, however, the movie fell flat ... [read more]
Vladimir Putin basically told Stephen Harper to go and take a hike
Stephen Harper thinks he is a world leader. He has been prominent in criticizing Russia over Ukraine and promised Ukraine some military help. Putin primarily told him to go and 'screw yourself'. [read more]
Many bears
Endorsement of Court of Appeal of limited precedential value
R. v. Singh, 2014 ONCA 293: [read more]
Carol Goar: Natural catastrophes mount while Harper shrugs (in The Toronto Star)
"As scientists produce ever more evidence that climate change is disrupting the atmosphere, causing more floods, droughts, storm surges, wildfires, landslides, extreme cold snaps and deadly heat waves, Canada’s financiers are beginnin ... [read more]
“If they just want to play politics.”
In an ill-conceived television commercial introduced Friday, Ontario’s Premier Wynne accuses her political detractors of playing politics. The commercial makes it look as though she is striding after a moving camera, trying to keep up w ... [read more]
Target Excels...
...at their profferance of electric scooters for disabled customers.  My wife, she of the broken ankle, who I call Gimpy, has been testing these scooters at various department/grocery stores.  The one from Target was promptly delivered, ... [read more]
O Politician, behold The Shape of the Future
So, you’re a politician? You want to lead our country into a better future? You think the past cannot be relied on as an accurate predicator of the future of the country’s economy? You think the middle class deserve a better break than ... [read more]
Rob Ford, pictured on the holiest day of the Christian calendar
Just got back from Good Friday Mass with Lisa, to receive this photo. At St. Francis’ Easter procession, which is a very, very solemn occasion, that SOB cackles on the side of the road with his loathsome brother and some others. Maybe h ... [read more]
Keystone Delayed!!!
...until after the November U.S. mid-terms.  So probably into 2015!  Although I don't see this as much of a Cdn election issue.  It doesn't really matter what your position is on a decision that's up to the yanks to make.  Which is why ... [read more]
TNG Season Two in HD: Worst to First
Yesterday Sylvia and I finally finished season two of Star Trek: The Next Generation in high definition. Way back in 2012 I finished season one and ranked those episodes from worst to first. Now it's time to see how season two's episode ... [read more]
Most of the victims went to my Calgary high school
Bishop Carroll. Just can’t stop thinking about this terrible thing. Know that street, know that neighbourhood, know the family names. The horror of it – it’s hard to shake. . [read more]
Wrong again, Justin Trudeau.
Even in Julius Caesar’s day, the Rubicon was a very shallow river. Caesar’s legion waded across. Justin Trudeau dives in and ends up looking silly. When writing about the metaphorical Rubicon that young Trudeau faced in Toronto’s Trinit ... [read more]
There once was a time when everyday folk spoke one language, and learned men wrote another. It was called the Dark Ages.
Samuel T. Williamson [read more]
MPAC Report: Wind Turbines Have NO Negative Effect On Home Values
MPAC is the Municpal Property Assessment Corporation.  They determine what each piece of property in Ontario is worth so that the various local governments can hit you up for taxes.  Several years ago they were asked to do a study to de ... [read more]
Political Seasons - a Teddy Theory
I've always felt that Politics does not quite match the seasons we see in the real world. In fact, they are probably closer in scope to the seasons that are used in the game Diplomacy. [read more]
The Senate’s proposed amendments to election bill are a facade.
The committee in the Senate designed to look at the (un)Fair Elections Act – Bill C-23 – tried to come across as dramatically wanting to amend this bill….it came up with 9 proposed amendments that were unanimously agreed to. That got in ... [read more]
Release Me
Earl J. Woods is a professional writer based in Edmonton, Alberta. [read more]
ROFO Campaign Kick-Off Wee Bit Of A Clinker
Let the Globe's Ivor Tossell tell it: This is not a full room. pic.twitter.com/MWER1HiyVC — Ivor Tossell (@ivortossell) April 18, 2014 [read more]
In the middle of Rob Ford’s speech
At his “historic” rally. Back to Etobicoke with you soon, Crackhead. Soon. . [read more]
Annulment for lack of consummation
Annulment is a rare proceeding in modern Canadian law.  That said, it is available and proof of non-consummation does not require independent evidence. [read more]
Ukraine: Russia advances its creeping-federalization agenda
Ukraine: Doors open for PutinToday, much to the surprise of some, a public agreement was announced by the US, Russia, EU and current Ukraine government, dealing with concrete steps to move the matter forward. [read more]
Landmark ruling on rights of Métis upheld
Story [read more]
Happy Bear
Preferring the evidence of a police witness as having extra credibility is not proper
Laver v. Swrjeski, 2014 ONCA 294 deals with reasonable apprehension of bias.   Preferring the evidence of a police witness as having extra credibility is not proper: [read more]
Mark Your Calenders
The earliest Ontario will face general elxn if budget fails to pass is June 5. The latest is July 3, according to GovHouseLdrsOffice #onpoli — Paul Bliss (@blissblogs) April 17, 2014 [read more]
Q: Does Rob Ford call people back? A: No. He’s a damn liar.
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Stephen Harper -the Portraits
I did a picture of Harper on a horse in front of Parliament, as the leader who is set to conquer the world. Now a Canadian artist has done an interesting portrait of Harper on a horse. It looks good. [read more]
Tipi and sweat lodge at the North Bay Jail
Wikipedia – Warren Kinsella
Here. [read more]
Conservatives confuse justice and retribution.
You can see the desperation of the Conservative government in the bills it is trying to pass while still in office. You can see it in the names of their bills. The name of the bill has little to do with the content. It is intended to co ... [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Thursday, April 17, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Thursday, April 17, 2014:  A Star Quarterback Accused, and a Flawed Rape InvestigationCalling All Innovative Lawyers, Law Firms and Other Legal Service Providers!  Lisi ... [read more]
Unreasonable Verdict
R v PRL, 2014 SKCA 38: [read more]
Senate Saves Canada... Again
How do you save democracy from itself? You appoint a Senate. [read more]
Slaughterhouse Pie
Sylvia sent me this text message this afternoon. I laughed at the non sequitur of the final line. And yet it seems fitting that the huntress should feast after her kill. My line about the pancake, of course, is in reference to this post ... [read more]
Mayor On Crack single – out tonight!
Bjorn Von Flapjack III, Winkie, Davey Snot and Royal Niblet tonight at the Tranzac Club, on Brunswick at Bloor! . [read more]
Jimmy Carter to Barack Obama: Don't approve Keyston XL Pipeline
I believe Jimmy Carter was one of the best presidents U.S ever had. I suppose nice guy finishes last. Too bad he did not win the second term. He is giving a great advice to Obama. [read more]
Canada Coaching Countries to Waste Water
Canada, a decade ago, used to do more good than bad in the wider world. Now we’re an international wrecking crew, teaching countries how to waste their water supplies on international disasters like shale oil. article by me: Canada beco ... [read more]
New Ontario Poll
From Innovative Research.  Looks like the gas plant fiasco has run out of steam.  And its hard to suggest with numbers like these that Andrea Horwath's NDP has any kind of "momentum". Therefore: a budget deal in the works?  A Spring ele ... [read more]
Where do we go from here?
Town of Pincher Creek Chris Davis from the Pincher Creek Voice has written an excellent personal perspective article on the Town of Pincher Creek’s past, present and future, much of which I believe resonates with the Pass as well. Give ... [read more]
The Smiles Gang: Conor and LHHS Friends Had a Blast Last Night Going to See Rio 2 in 3D
L to R: Jesse, Christian, Kristen, Conor Photo by Phyllis Van Dine-Humble  [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Wednesday, April 16, 2014: Tips TuesdayHow law firm mergers can go wrong This week at the SCC Overtime class actions: directors take note of your potential exposure - ... [read more]
Justin Trudeau is at his Rubicon.
When Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon River with a single legion, he and his soldiers became outlaws under Roman law of the time. It was the Roman mob that saved him from arrest on his arrival in Rome. He was still their hero. In that ... [read more]
Tonight! For student journalism!
Also, it’s Bjorn’s birthday. I may therefore acknowledge his presence onstage, but that’s a big if. . [read more]
Muppet Fact
Most Muppets are left-handed. The reason for this is that most puppeteers are right-handed and operate the Muppet’s head with their favoured hand, leaving the left one to control the arms. Muppets operated by more than one puppeteer, su ... [read more]
Swimming
The Man with the Kryptonite Punch
Some time ago Jeff asked me if I could send him some photos of my Lex Luthor action figure so that he could paint a Number 25 action figure. Jeff's work turned out great, but I felt bad that my reference model was missing an arm. So whe ... [read more]
Tomorrow night!
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Pierre Poilievre says he has open mind
And it is full of crap and it stinks. [read more]
Haunted House Case properly decided by summary judgment
1784773 Ontario Inc. v. K-W Labour Association Inc., 2014 ONCA 288: [read more]
Because There's A Difference...
@reporterdonpeat A "Free Ford Nation" t-shirt or a free "Ford Nation" t-shirt?  Is he raising money for Mayor's campaign or bail? — Bigcitylib (@Bigcitylib2) April 15, 2014 [read more]
Qualified privilege
Merit Consultants International Ltd. v. Chandler, 2014 BCCA 121: [read more]
Good God
This mass-killing in Calgary took place a block from my law school and where I used to live.  This is insane. . [read more]
140 Law - Legal Headlines for Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Here are the leading legal headlines from Wise Law on Twitter for Tuesday, April 15, 2014: Cash Store seeks bankruptcy protection after Ontario suspends payday loan ... - Financial Post Maple Leaf Gardens sex offender to plead guilty t ... [read more]
You should take up gambling Sousa.
Occasionally this commentator gives advice to Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa. It is because we actually like him. He is a nice guy. He is kind of like a slow relative whom you always want to help along. He tries your patience bu ... [read more]
 
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