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15 Jul Parenting During COVID-19.

In Ribeiro v. Wright, the Superior Court of Justice provided direction on what parenting issues would be considered urgent during the COVID-19 court closures. In that case, the mother had a primary residency of the child while the father had access pursuant to a temporary consent...

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18 Mar COVID-19 Pandemic: A Force Majeure?

Photo by Fusion Medical Animation on Unsplash On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization officially characterized COVID-19 as a pandemic – the first one caused by a coronavirus. This outbreak has caused severe disruption to business operations both within Canada and across the world. As...

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19 Oct The Power of Narrative

By: Dan Dooley Published: Oct 19, 2015 Dan Dooley spoke at Waverly/Wyevale United Church on Sunday, August 2, 2013 on “The Power of Narrative”. Below you will find the transcript from this speech: King Charles the First said “Rex est lex”. The full statement he made was “The...

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09 Feb Gyorffy v. Drury Revisited

By: Samantha Cain Published : Feb 9, 2015 In Ontario, an injured person can sue for general damages only if he/she meets an impairment threshold: he/she must have sustained a permanent serious impairment of an important physical, mental or psychological function, or a permanent serious disfigurement. Ontario Regulation 461/96...

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