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Innovation finally sprouts in Canada's legal garden following a pessimistic February

It’s spring and legal innovation appears to be sprouting across the Canadian legal business.

So much has been happening in Canada’s legal innovation scene over the past three months that it makes me wonder if we’re finally at the tipping point of change in Canadian legal service delivery. 688 more words

Legal Post

About Nick

Wachiya,

As you’re reading, you’re going to get to know the writer, me.

I’m a Cree living in Toronto as a student at Ryerson University. I’m 26 years old. 291 more words

On my mother's couch

This post was written by graduating student Kelly Smith.

The idea for my DST99 project came from my mum.  On days that I would have dinner with my mum we would chat about our day and watch some T.V. 961 more words

School Of Disability Studies

Mckenzie Sigurdson - Journey to the Air Canada Centre

Occasionally a child enters your life and their spirit and energy moves you to want to go above and beyond to make things happen for them. 876 more words

#HistoryOrNothing

Life Long Learning (Originally Published with Canadian Newcomer Magazine)

The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education is a name that has been around for about two years. The continuing education program has been around since the early 1980s. 631 more words

Writing (all Kinds)

You Don't Say

If there were gold medals handed out for stating the obvious, I would nominate Dr. Frank Clayton of Ryerson University’s Centre for Urban Research and Land Development for his not in the least bit surprising blog post, … 656 more words

Politics

International IRE/Veritas conference to be held in Toronto

Veritas, a new Canadian journalism foundation, will hold an international conference in collaboration with Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) in Toronto May 14-15.

The conference, … 160 more words

Education