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By Nicolas Di Nardo
Back in March we published a blog post discussing a proposal for the provincial government to regulate the secondary ticket market for sporting events, concerts, and other entertainment events.
By Nicolas Di Nardo
The NRA in the United States is famously against any hint of new restrictions on gun laws, however, they have backed the Trump administration for a restriction on Americans' guns...
By Stuart Clark (Student-at-Law)
Bill 162, introduced in the Ontario Legislature on October 3, 2017, will amend section 115 of the Insurance Act to allow life insurance policyholders to sell their policy so long ...
By Nicolas Di Nardo
After her second violation of the ESPN Network's social media guidelines, host Jemele Hill has been suspended.
By Stuart Clark (Student-at-Law)
According to the Toronto Star, the Divisional Court ruled last Tuesday that the Horse Breeders may proceed to question the former premier and his staff about terminating of the revenue-sharing partnership...
By Nicolas Di Nardo
In a previous blog post we discuss the call for a strike that Ontario's colleges faculty members will vote for in the fall...
By Stuart Clark (Student-at-Law)
According to the Toronto Star, the City of Toronto will move to review the rules that require landlords to keep a minimum temperature in city apartments.
By Marc Spivak
October is here, and over the next few months, there will be a number of family gatherings and work events that may involve the consumption of alcohol/drugs.
By Nicolas Di Nardo
The council voted 23-14 to remove chickens from the list of the city's prohibited animals.
By Nicolas Di Nardo
Last spring, the Toronto Zoo saw a strike over wages for its workers, which caused the Zoo to remain closed for 5 weeks while an agreement was reached.
By Nicolas Di Nardo
Data shows that September continued to be a month of decline for the Toronto real estate market, with sales falling between 38 and 45 per cent compared to a year earlier.
By Nicolas Di Nardo
A Toronto man posed as a travel agent and sold fraudulent tickets to travelers last summer, collecting the money via Interac e-Transfer which ranged from $400 – $3,000 each.
By Nicolas Di Nardo
A shooting occurred at the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival in Las Vegas on Sunday night, killing at least 50 people and wounding 400 making it the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
By Nicolas Di Nardo
One of Ontario's finest golf courses that has hosted 28 Canadian Opens, was on the docket at Oakville Town council on Wednesday, as ClubLink applied to have the historic golf course demolished.
By Samantha Hamilton (Student-at-Law)
Recently, Fiera Foods, an industrial bakery in Toronto, came under fire for the third death of a worker at its factory since 1999.
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