Hello to you travelers, again a very cold day but this time was in London. Me and my friends Denise and Bernard got to walk around this city which is an amazing city. We spend a great day sightseeing. Its a city where transportation is so easy that you can go anywhere in the city […]
If you lost two hours of your life listening to the Waking Up podcast between Sam Harris and Maryam Namazie, do not despair. For it revealed in those two hours a debate that needs to be had. Or rather two different debates seemed to be crossing one another, for most listeners. Minds rather than being […]
This article about religious liberty in Canada is from Vancouver Sun. (H/T Glenn) Excerpt: Ontario’s top court has dismissed an appeal from a private Christian university that forbids sexual intimacy outside heterosexual marriage, denying its proposed law school accreditation in the province. The ruling from the Ontario Court of Appeal on Wednesday dealt a significant blow […]
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A spokesman for the Bay of Fundy Inshore Fisherman’s Association says the fishermen will press ahead with their legal challenge to tidal turbines in the Minas Passage in spite of yesterday’s loss in the first round of their court battle. In a statement e-mailed to Warktimes, Colin Sproul says the association respects Mr. Justice Jamie […]
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Here is the new “Law Office” in sign at the Kennetcook Office.
Our bookkeeper, Tanya, has just returned from her two week trip to Holland. She raves about the food.
Our paralegal, Jeffrey, has been chosen as one of 200 contestants to attend a four day conference in Toronto in May.