Tories Privatize Retail Cannabis But Gift Municipalities Trump Card

hand of cannabis smoker Recent rumours were confirmed true on Monday, when the provincial government issued a press release indicating that, come legalization on October 17, it “will not be in the business of running physical cannabis stores”. Instead, according to Minister of Finance Vic Fedeli, the government intends to “work with private sector businesses to build a safe, … Continued

Should Crosswalk Illusions Be a Reality?

boy standing on 3d crosswalk Cities at home and abroad test street art to improve pedestrian safety. It’s been a grim year for pedestrians in Toronto. The city is on pace to log one of the worst years on record, with 17 pedestrian deaths by the end of June. And the death toll continues to mount despite well-intentioned measures to … Continued

End use of ghostwriters in medical reports: lawyers

Law Times | by Marg Bruineman, quoting Stephen Birman | June 25, 2018

Lawyers who act for plaintiffs in personal injury cases are calling for the end of the use of ghostwriters in the creation of expert medical reports. And although the issue hasn’t often been directly addressed in Ontario courts, there is indication that the judiciary has found problems with the approach. . . . Personal injury … Continued