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The CanLII Primer: Legal Research Principles and CanLII Navigation for Self-Represented Litigants (PDF)
Source: National Self-Represented Litigants Project (NSRLP)

The goal of this document is to help self-represented litigants (SRLs) navigate CanLll in order to prepare for the presentation of their cases – in court, in chambers, or as part of a negotiation or mediation.

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Backdated gun law rewrite no concern: Clement

OTTAWA – Treasury Board President Tony Clement says concerns over a Conservative move to retroactively rewrite the law in order to stop an investigation of alleged RCMP wrongdoing are akin to angels dancing on the head of a pin. 380 more words

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Inflation in Canada 2015

  Percent wise,the cost of living is astronomical right now and it’s still on the rise.
The reason social unrest is rising, is the consequences of these economic policies on those less fortunate will create more and more social hardship. 490 more words

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Countdown

With only 10 days left to the Worldcup, I begin to start writing this again.
Thursday next week I`ll be flying over to Edmonton, to see the Opening game. 361 more words

Discovery learning blamed for declining math skills

A new report suggests that Canada’s math teachers need to shift their focus away from discovery-based learning and move back towards traditional methods.

The report from the C.D. 395 more words

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P.E.I. legislature to open session June 3

CHARLOTTETOWN – The spring session of the Prince Edward Island legislature will begin June 3 with a throne speech from the newly-elected Liberal government.

The Liberals won their third straight majority under rookie premier Wade MacLauchlan on May 4, dropping from 20 seats to 18, while the Tories took eight seats and the Greens won their first seat in the legislature. 31 more words

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PQ Leader Peladeau accuses Liberals of harassing him

QUEBEC – Parti Quebecois Leader Pierre Karl Peladeau is accusing the Liberals of harassment with comments about the interest rates his cable company charges customers. 117 more words

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