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October

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Compliment or Sexual Harassment: Where do you Draw the Line? – Slaw

COMPLIMENT OR SEXUAL HARASSMENT – “Sometimes there is a fine line between complimenting a female co-worker and sexually harassing her. A single comment of a sexual nature can amount to sexual harassment.” Do you think it’s a good policy to simply refrain from complimenting any woman in the workplace?
Written wholly by Doug Macleod Employment and labour lawyer at MacLeod Law on First Reference Talks Despite a number of legislative initiatives that are intended to reduce and ultimately eliminate sexual harassment in society, sexual harassment conti

Source: Compliment or Sexual Harassment: Where do you Draw the Line? – Slaw


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October

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BARCODE FRAUD – Protect those barcodes!

BARCODE FRAUD – As if it isn’t difficult enough to get a good ticket with all those bots sucking them up, when you do get one be sure to protect that barcode

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October

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THERE IS NO REAL PRIVACY – Not anymore!

Police can capture an astronomical amount of information through new technologies, and privacy lawyers say there is little oversight or accountability.

Source: The new surveillance state | Canadian Lawyer Mag


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October

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Failure to disclose 911 call information ‘should cease’ | Law Times

911 CALL INFORMATION MUST BE DISCLOSED – In York Region this information is part of the initial disclosure package but not so in Peel Region. Their policy of non-disclosure is “unfathomable” and “amounts to an abrogation of the Crown’s constitutional obligation. It has exceeded its best before date by about 35 years and should cease immediately.”
The Court of Appeal has blasted a policy in the Peel Region Crown attorney’s office, which did not automatically disclose 911 calls to an accused person. In R. v. M.G.T., the court found the fact that such a policy of non-disclosure existed in a Crown’s office in 2017 was “unfathomable.”

Source: Failure to disclose 911 call information ‘should cease’ | Law Times


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October

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DRUNK CANOEING – Oops. Never mind.

“Put your paddles down if you’ve been drinking. Drunk canoeing, kayaking and paddle boarding will continue to be illegal.” It’s an MLE (marijuana legalization effect). Same thing for paddling high.

Source: MPs reverse course on removing canoes, kayaks from impaired driving laws | CTV News