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It's been touted as a life-saving tool for victims of domestic violence but Global News has learned the Conservative government is completely eliminating its electronic monitoring program for convicted offenders.
The Adult Capacity and Decision Making Act would recognize a person's right to live their own life and make their own decisions, except in instances where that isn't possible because of a court-proven impairment of capacity.
A Conflict of Interest Commissioner has advised Furey may be in a perceived conflict of interest.
The previous Cyber-safety Act, the first of its kind in Canada, was struck down in late 2015 after the Nova Scotia Supreme Court ruled that it infringed on Charter rights.
The Alberta Law Reform Institute says it wouldn't be difficult, they could just use the same legislation that married couples already use.
In a letter dated June 25, Christopher Sutton asked about prisoners' rights to fresh air and exercise, legal limits on segregation.
Saskatchewan's justice minister isn't ruling out changes to legislation in response to a new policy by the Regina Police Service on holding back the names of murder victims.
A top Manitoba cabinet minister is hinting that the public may soon learn some details of a harassment complaint against a Tory government backbencher.
The government of Saskatchewan has taken an important step in putting their climate change plan into action next year. Environment Minister Dustin Duncan tabled necessary legislation to implement industry performance standards.
The government of Saskatchewan has been told their court challenge on whether a federal carbon tax is constitutional will be held Feb 13 and 14, 2019.