September 2021

The importance of donating blood cannot be overstated, one blood donation can save up to three lives.[1] Covid-19 has put an immense strain on the Canadian medical system. To meet the demand for blood, Canadian Blood Services (“CBS”) announced they would need 23,000 new donations just for the month of July 2021.[2]  CBS is the...
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An agreement for purchase and sale of a property is a contract between two parties, which is a buyer and a seller. Both parties are obligated to take reasonable steps to ensure that the agreement of purchase and sale is closed and the sale occurs. It is not always clear what steps the parties should...
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Title: Tanya Walker discusses the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal case, R v. Anderson Date: August 25, 2021 Description: Tanya Walker appeared on Globe and Mail podcast to discuss how judges may take into account race when sentencing.
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The residential real estate market is booming. Buyers often decide whether to purchase a house in a matter of hours or days. So, what happens if the buyer realizes that the square footage of the house is less than advertised? This issue was recently addressed in Issa v. Wilson, 2020 ONCA 756 and Lamba v....
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