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Regulatory Innovation With a Legal Tech Sandbox

On April 22, 2021, the Law Society of Ontario approved a “Regulatory Sandbox for Innovative Technological Legal Services”, a five-year pilot project through which non-licensee providers will be given the LSO’s blessing to provide “innovative technological legal services” directly to consumers, under the LSO’s supervision. The sandbox was recommended by the LSO’s Technology Task Force in its report released on April 13, 2021. The sandbox is currently slated to launch in October 2021. The proposed...
Tags: Utah, Law, Chicago, Canada, Legal Ethics, Ontario, Task Force, Advisory Council, California Florida, Law Society, LSO, Utah Supreme Court, Canada Ontario, Edward Elgar, Noel Semple, Law Society of British Columbia


15 of the Best Road Trips in Canada

Imagine a great play list, the wind in your face and the freedom of the road as you experience one or more of these beautiful road trips in Canada. We’re spoiled for choice in this country – though the season for road trips in Canada tends to be short – unless you love driving in snow. Described are 15 road trips in Canada – from the Yukon to Newfoundland. Some will take you only a day, some a week – though it’s almost always easy to extend the experience. All will help you put some distance b...
Tags: Travel, Montana, Time, Unesco, Canada, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Jasper, Trinity, Vancouver, Nova Scotia, North America, Whistler, British Columbia, Alberta, Calgary


WHEN THINGS GO WRONG

I just had a give-away from my blog.  I was getting three paintings of crows to mail - one inside the US (New Jersey), one to Canada (Ontario), and one to the UK (Scotland).  The first two went without a hitch, although I didn't mail out the one to the US until midweek since it was only going to take a few days to arrive.  When I got to the third painting, there was a slight glitch.  I was going to trim just a tiny bit off the bottom of the painting so it would fit well within the envelope I...
Tags: Art, UK, Scotland, US, Rh Carpenter, Jennifer, Canada Ontario, US New Jersey, Jennifer Rose


Stockton’s Universal Basic Income experiment is doomed to fail. Here’s why

What if we could solve poverty by just giving people money? It sounds too good to be true, which it is. But that hasn’t stopped a growing number of people from advocating for “Universal Basic Income,” or UBI. UBI proposals come in different shapes and sizes, but the central idea revolves around guaranteeing everyone — regardless of income or employment status — a certain minimum amount of money, usually doled out in monthly installments, and with little restrictions. Democrats have been flirting...
Tags: California, Opinion, China, America, Sport, Soccer, Hillary Clinton, Bill Gates, Stockton, Finland, Silicon Valley, Newark, Kamala Harris, Joseph, Brown, Board of Education


Church Engagement Report 2019 – Episode 90 | The Unstuck Church Podcast

Differences Between Growing and Declining Churches If you enjoy this episode, subscribe on your device for more:iTunes   RSS   Google Play  Stitcher   Spotify Some people watch sports. Some go to concerts. I analyze spreadsheets. I know, I’m really weird. (I actually do all three of those things, but I probably geek out most about data.) And I have some new data to share with you… My team and I at The Unstuck Group recently partnered up with Blackbaud to survey c...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Religion, America, Canada, Nashville, Listen, Engagement, Amy, Don, Jeff, Tony, Sean, Carey, Carey Nieuwhof, Blackbaud


Using Artificial Intelligence for Demeanour Evidence

Demeanour evidence holds a controversial role in evidence law. Centuries of common law have allowed trial judges to assess the behaviour, conduct, and mannerisms to make findings of credibility. Often these findings can be useful to judges, especially when the only evidence available on crucial determinations of fact is viva voce testimony from each side. In “Relying on Demeanour Evidence to Assess Credibility during Trial – A Critical Examination,” Amna Qureshi provides some background on the u...
Tags: Technology, Supreme Court, Law, New Zealand, Court of appeal, Qureshi, Lim, Lee, McIntyre, Supreme Court of Canada, Hemsworth, Ontario Court of Appeal, R, SCC, Canada Ontario, Justice Issues


Canada: Ontario Releases Much-Anticipated Cannabis Retail Regulations - Dentons

On November 15, 2018, nearly one month after adult-use cannabis became legal in Canada, Ontario released the regulations under the Cannabis Licence Act, 2018 (Act)
Tags: News, Canada, Ontario, Canada Ontario


Canada: Ontario's New Cannabis Retail Regime - Dentons

The same day recreational cannabis became legal across Canada, Ontario passed Bill 36, An Act to enact a new Act and make amendments to various other Acts respecting the use and sale of cannabis and vapour products in Ontario (Bill 36 or Bill).
Tags: News, Canada, Bill, Ontario, Canada Ontario


Canada: Ontario Releases Framework For Private Retail Cannabis Sales - Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg

With less than three weeks before cannabis becomes legal for adult use in Canada, Ontario has finally tabled its approach to retail distribution.
Tags: News, Canada, Canada Ontario, Vineberg


Canada ❤ bioneers: BioIndustrial Innovation Canada & Ontario bust another move in the bioeconomy with Comet Biorefining invest

In Canada, Ontario is investing up to $8 million in Comet Biorefining’s $79.8 million bio-based ingredient project through its Jobs and Prosperity Fund – Food and Beverage Growth Fund. The investment will help to establish the world’s first commercial-scale bio-based ingredient refinery in Ontario. The news is just part of the picture for BioIndustrial Innovation Canada, which has been on an investment tear in recent months in part owing to picking up $12 million from FedDev Ontario for investm...
Tags: Sacramento, Canada, Top Stories, Ontario, Sacramento California, Bic, Sarnia, Southern Ontario, Brantford, COMM, Canada Ontario, Comet Biorefining, Bioindustrial Innovation Canada, Agriculture Food, Bioindustrial Innovation Canada BIC, Sarnia Lambton


Top 10 In Demand Technology Careers in Canada.

by  Sahra Togone As the world becomes increasingly globalized, many countries are competing to attract and retain skilled workers to grow local economies. Since implementing a points-based system in the 1960s, the government of Canada has become a leader in transforming immigration. In 2015, the government introduced the Express Entry application process, which is a fast-track system designed to manage skilled immigrants settle in Canada. In alignment with the federal system, several province...
Tags: Travel, Canada, Ontario, CIS, Information and Communications Technology ICT, Canada Ontario, Andy Rodriguez, Sahra Togone, Demand Technology Careers, Ontario Express Entry : Human Capital Priorities, Computer Engineers, Ontario Provincial Nominee


Domestic Violence: What Happens to My Partner Now Second Arrest for Domestic Violence Charge

My question involves criminal law for the state of: Canada, Ontario I am the victim of a domestic assault, more than once but I am unaware of what will happen next and the severity my partner, well now ex partner is facing. On Sunday night my partner assaulted me while trying to get my bank card when I refused. He struck me in the face several times slapping, as well with a closed fist leaving me very dizzy. He bit my arm trying to get to my bank card which I finally let go of- My ex partn...
Tags: Florida, Law, Criminal Charges, Canada Ontario


Domestic Violence: What is the Penalty for a Second Offense Domestic Violence Charge

My question involves criminal law for the state of: Canada, Ontario I am the victim of a domestic assault, more than once but I am unaware of what will happen next and the severity my partner, well now ex partner is facing. On Sunday night my partner assaulted me while trying to get my bank card when I refused. He struck me in the face several times slapping, as well with a closed fist leaving me very dizzy. He bit my arm trying to get to my bank card which I finally let go of- My ex partner...
Tags: Florida, Law, Criminal Charges, Canada Ontario


Ontario corn farmers look to boost sales to ethanol industry as E10 draws near

In Canada, Ontario corn farmers are excited about the opportunity to supply more corn for the proposed 10% ethanol blending mandate that will see demand increase by about 500 million liters per year. The province’s ethanol facilities are currently running at nearly 100% of installed capacity, meaning expansion and new facilities will be required, and they’ll need more corn. Currently about 34% of the province’s corn crop is used for ethanol production while about 221 million liters of ethanol ar...
Tags: Canada, Producer News, E10, Ontario, Canada Ontario, Corn Farmers


MMW Exclusive Q&A with Blaine Graboyes of Game Co.

Recently, MMW caught up with Blaine Graboyes, CEO of Game Co, at the Casino Marketing and Technology Conference. Here’s our exclusive chat. MMW: Tell us about Game Co. When/how did the company start? Where is it today and where do you see it tomorrow? Blaine: Game Co. is the developer and inventor of the Video Game Gambling Machine (VGM). We’re the first company that was approved by U.S. regulators for skill-based gaming. I developed the initial concept for Game Co. in early 2013, while working ...
Tags: Gaming, Facebook, Europe, UK, Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Mobile Apps, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New Jersey, Netherlands, Starbucks, Nevada, Macau, Esports, Alberta


A High Percentage Of Canadians Root For A Canadian Team In The NHL

from Emily Sadler of Sportsnet, The results of an online survey conducted as part of The Canada Project to mark our nation’s 150th year revealed that 76 per cent of Canadians said they would cheer for a Canadian team to win the Stanley Cup even if it’s not the team they typically cheer for. Seven per cent said they would not root for a Canadian team that wasn’t their own, while 17 per cent said they were not hockey fans at all. These results were fairly consistent throughout all age g...
Tags: Sport, Canada, United States, NHL, Stanley, Canada Ontario, Vegas Golden Knights, Emily Sadler, The Canada Project


Am I in the Clear

My question involves police conduct in the State of: Canada.Ontario SO, I went to a mall i was trespassed from (i really don't know why i even went forgive me) i saw the security guard that issued the trespass ban for me and went into a store really quick. I'm not sure if he saw me but he was gone in a matter of secs and did not question me. But his fast disappearance questioned me because what if he went to call the police and identify me? So i went home right away with no one in my way. Its b...
Tags: Law, Police Investigations, Canada Ontario


Trespassing: Trespassing at a Shopping Mall After Being Banned from the Premises

My question involves police conduct in the State of: Canada.Ontario SO, I went to a mall i was trespassed from (i really don't know why i even went forgive me) i saw the security guard that issued the trespass ban for me and went into a store really quick. I'm not sure if he saw me but he was gone in a matter of secs and did not question me. But his fast disappearance questioned me because what if he went to call the police and identify me? So i went home right away with no one in my way. Its b...
Tags: Law, Criminal Charges, Canada Ontario


Bye Bye CSBs, 36 Million Strong and #Moneytalk

Tweet csbs for us all Evidently the government is investigating whether they should abandon the Canada Savings Bonds program, and when I hear that all I could think was, What will all the Grandmas invest in now? Evidently there is about $500M worth of unclaimed CSBs out there still too? Remember the good old days when CSBs paid out CSBs Ready to Save 1980 Nov S35 11.50% 1981 Nov S36 19.50% 1982 Nov S37 12.00% 1983 Nov S38 9.25% 1984 Nov S39 11.25% 1985 Nov S40 8.50...
Tags: Marketing, Toronto, Canada, Vancouver, Best Of, Quebec, Barry, Ottawa, Forbes, Random Thoughts, Corolla, Ronnie, Robb, Boomer, CRA, Glebe


Hey from Canada

Hi guys! I just registered in here, I'm Matthew from Canada, Ontario. How you doing? I just wanted to say hello....
Tags: Canada, Introduce Yourself, Matthew, Canada Ontario


Comet Biorefining signs with Ontario-based farmer’s cooperative to develop sustainable biomass supply chain

In Canada, Ontario-based farmer’s cooperative, confirms that it has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Comet Biorefining to collaborate on the development of a sustainable agricultural biomass supply chain in southwestern Ontario. Comet Biorefining recently announced Sarnia, Ontario as the location of its commercial-scale biomass-derived sugar facility. The plant will require over 60,000 tonnes of corn stover or wheat straw per year producing dextrose sugar. The production of the...
Tags: Canada, Producer News, Ontario, Sarnia Ontario, Canada Ontario, Comet Biorefining, Ontario Comet Biorefining, Cooperative Board of Directors


Are you a doomer?

Yes, I'm a doomer. This is a definition of a doomer according to Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doomer I believe that civilization as a whole will soon grind to a halt because of peak oil. I believe industrial civilization will one day end, but that will not be at least another couple of decades down the road. Right now, I'm learning the skills necessary for surviving the collapse of industrial civilization. And I believe this is a perfect site for teaching me those skills. I want to...
Tags: Wikipedia, Controversial News And Alternative Politics, NWO, Canada Ontario