Supreme Court Of Canada Agrees With Quebec Catholic School Regarding Religious Freedom


​​​On March 19, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Loyola High School v. Quebec (Attorney General)1​

Intellectual Property Weekly Abstracts Bulletin – Week of March 23


​​Product Care Association had applied to register a proposed trademark for LIGHTRECYCLE & DESIGN​

Province Announces Bill 73 the “Smart Growth for Our Communities Act”


​​​Significant Changes to Provincial Land Use Planning Regime

CRTC Settles Alleged CASL Violation – Deficient Unsubscribe Mechanism


​​On March 25, 2015, the CRTC announced that the Vancouver-based, online dating service PlentyofFish paid $48,000 as part of a voluntary settlement of an alleged violation of Canada’s anti-spam law

Canadian Internet Law Update - 2014


*Copyright © 2015 Bradley Freedman. All rights reserved. This paper is an abridged version of a chapter in Annual Review of Law & Practice, 2015, Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia.

New Requirements for Proposed Mines with Tailings Ponds - Response to Mount Polley


​​On March 19, 2015, British Columbia’s EAO announced the EAO’s response to the recommendations of the independent review panel appointed to investigate the breach of the tailings storage facility at the Mount Polley Mine

Ontario Minister of Energy’s Remarks to the Electricity Distributors Association Annual Gala


​​On March 9, 2015 the Minister of Energy delivered a keynote address to the EDA where he made important remarks about key policy issues impacting the Ontario electricity distribution sector

BLG Protects Right to Religious Freedom


​​Supreme Court of Canada rules in favour of Loyola High School on entitlement to exemption from teaching secular course​