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Wednesday: What’s Hot on CanLII

Each Wednesday we tell you which three English-language cases and which French-language case have been the most viewed* on CanLII and we give you a small sense of what the cases are about. For this last week: 1. Polgampalage v Devani, 2021 ONSC 1157 (CanLII) [41] The pandemic has been a difficult time for everyone. I have special empathy for students and young lawyers who may be deprived of close contact with mentors and senior peers to assist with their training. Partners, employers, and mentor...
Tags: Facebook, Law, Gabriel, Simpson, Wednesday: What's Hot on CanLII, Cambridge Analytica, Devani, Ward c Commission, Rebel News, Polgampalage, Al Jazeera Media


Stars Of The Week

NEW YORK (Feb. 22, 2021) – Toronto Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews and Covenant House BensKids Health Centre lead nurse Elisa Simpson have been named the NHL’s “First Stars” for the week ending Feb. 21. Throughout the 2020-21 season the NHL is celebrating the remarkable efforts of the off-ice stars who make it possible for us to play our games amid a pandemic by honoring frontline healthcare heroes from the regions represented by the League’s weekly and monthly “Stars.” Simpson, an RN s...
Tags: New York, Toronto, Sport, NHL, Boston Bruins, Edmonton Oilers, Auston Matthews, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Connor McDavid, David Pastrnak, Simpson, Darryl Sittler, Covenant House BensKids Health Centre, Elisa Simpson, Stars Simpson


Monday’s Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canada’s award­-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible. This week the randomly selected blogs are 1.  2. David Whelan 3. Canadian Appeals Monitor 4. BC Injury Law Blog 5. Ontario Condo Law Blog Crossroad Family Law Blog What exactly is the role of a legal assistant or paralegal...
Tags: Law, Canada, Ontario, Simpson, Jessie, Lozano, TSCC, Monday’s Mix, David Whelan, BC Injury Law Blog, BC Supreme Court Kamloops Registry, Teichrieb


Canada: Ontario Superior Court Denies Certification Of Cambridge Analytica Class Action - Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

On February 16, 2021, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice dismissed a motion for class certification in Simpson v. Facebook, Inc., a putative privacy class action.
Tags: News, Canada, Simpson, Facebook Inc, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Osler Hoskin, Harcourt LLP


Boris Johnson says 'I feel like O.J. Simpson' after struggling to put on a pair of tight gloves

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks with health worker Wendy Warren during his visit at a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccination centre at Cwmbran Stadium in Cwmbran, South Wales, Britain February 17, 2021. Geoff Caddick/Pool via REUTERS Boris Johnson said 'I feel like OJ Simpson' as he struggled to put on a pair of tight gloves at a COVID testing centre. The PM's joke appeared to reference the infamous pair of gloves which O.J. Simpson struggled to put on during his murd...
Tags: Politics, UK, Africa, Trends, Britain, Myanmar, Boris Johnson, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Johnson, Nicole Brown Simpson, Oj Simpson, J Simpson, O J Simpson, Simpson, Sikh, Johnnie Cochran


The best cat brushes we tested in 2021

Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Grooming a cat regularly can help reduce shedding, matted fur, and hairballs.We tested 14 cat brushes, dematting tools, combs, and grooming gloves to select the best for short- and long-haired cats.The Andis Premium Deshedding Pet Tool is our top pick for its ability to reach deep into the undercoat and remove excess hair.There's a world of difference between grooming a cat and grooming a dog. Some cats love to be brushed or combed, but it can make others downr...
Tags: Reviews, Pets, US, Trends, Cat, Features, Buying Guide, Philadelphia, Miller, Velcro, Kong, VCA, Simpson, San Leandro, Tillman, ASPCA


Gavin Newsom speeding toward a recall election

The reviews are beginning to come in for Gov. Gavin Newsom’s performance during the COVID-19 pandemic — and he’s starting to look like a box-office bomb. We could call the movie “Total Recall 2.” According to a new poll from the University of California at Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies, Californians are sick of Newsom and still afraid of COVID. So I guess that means they’re hating him from a distance of at least six feet. The survey found that fewer than half of California voters ...
Tags: California, Opinion, Uncategorized, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Orange County, Los Angeles Lakers, Gavin Newsom, John Phillips, O J Simpson, KABC, Golden State, Simpson, U S Census Bureau, Newsom


‘What does a modern bicycle facility look like?’ asks I-5 bridge project leader at kickoff meeting

We already know what it doesn’t look like. (Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) Wednesday was the first-ever meeting of the I-5 Bridge Replacement program Community Advisory Group (CAG). IBR Program Community Advisory Group. Along with an equity-focused group and the executive steering committee, the CAG will play a key role in providing feedback to project managers, and agency staff from both the Washington and Oregon departments of transportation. And yes, this is the same group projec...
Tags: Washington, Oregon, Sport, Front Page, Infrastructure, Cycling, Portland, Vancouver, Johnson, CRC, Simpson, Greg Johnson, CAG, IBR, Jonathan Maus, Sarah Iannarone


GOP Sen. Josh Hawley wrote a column in defense of the Oklahoma City bomber when he was 15

Sen. Josh Hawley makes a statement on October 22, 2020, in Washington, DC. Samuel Corum/Getty Images Sen. Josh Hawley wrote a column defending militia members when he was 15 years old.  The column was published in the wake of the Oklahoma City bombing.  Hawley supported Trump's voter-fraud claims in the wake of the 2020 presidential election. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Republican Sen. Josh Hawley, who backed former President Donald Trump's voter fraud claims follow...
Tags: New York Post, Politics, News, Washington, Senate, Los Angeles, Trends, Gop, Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, Cruz, Trump, Oklahoma City, Capitol, Simpson, Electoral College


GOP Sen. Josh Hawley wrote a column in defense of militia members in the wake of Oklahoma City bombing when he was 15

Sen. Josh Hawley makes a statement on October 22, 2020, in Washington, DC. Samuel Corum/Getty Images Sen. Josh Hawley wrote a column defending militia members when he was 15 years old.  The column was published in the wake of the Oklahoma City bombing.  Hawley supported Trump's voter-fraud claims in the wake of the 2020 presidential election. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Republican Sen. Josh Hawley, who backed former President Donald Trump's voter fraud claims follow...
Tags: New York Post, Politics, News, Washington, Senate, Los Angeles, Trends, Gop, Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, Cruz, Trump, Oklahoma City, Capitol, Simpson, Electoral College


Dixon Hill – “Holodeck Beats: Program 3” (Album)

Las Vegas producer Dixon Hill’s new instrumental album, ‘Holodeck Beats: Program 3,’ beautifully captures the feeling of isolation while also being a treasure trove of head-nodding beats. Hill’s humility as an artist is admirable, especially at a time when ego-tripping is at an all time high. But he’d probably be the first one to tell you otherwise, because he’s simply interested in creating and sharing music that he hopes his audience will connect with. It’s a mindset he’s had since he started...
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Las Vegas, Hill, Simpson, AG, Dixon Hill, Noveliss of Clear Soul Forces


"Another big issue is his lack of interest in me in other ways. He can monologue for hours about politics, culture, social issues, and..."

"... he rants like a combination of Grandpa Simpson and Archie Bunker about anyone under age 40, but when it comes to anything I’m up to, or how he or I are feeling? Crickets. I’m actually keeping a list of things he’d rather do than, well, me. The list is pretty depressing. I am less desirable than playing Windows Solitaire or watching BBC detective shows and The Seventh Seal (I’m less desirable to my husband than an overwrought, depressing Swedish movie, FML)."  From "My Husband Won’t Have S...
Tags: Marriage, Law, Sex, Bbc, Simpson, Ingmar Bergman, Archie Bunker, Ann Althouse, New York Magazine If


Power misses cut by two in Sony Open

HONOLULU, HAWAII - JANUARY 15: Collin Morikawa of the United States plays his shot from the 11th tee during the second round of the Sony Open in Hawaii at the Waialae Country Club on January 15, 2021 in Honolulu, Hawaii. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) A rusty Séamus Power missed the four-under par cut by two strokes at the Sony Open in Hawaii....
Tags: Sport, United States, Hawaii, Golf, Phil Mickelson, Sergio Garcia, Pga Tour, Sony, American Express, Kim, Pebble Beach, Adam Scott, Ernie Els, Honolulu, Simpson, Sony Open


Police response to Capitol mob ‘disheartening’ for communities of color in Southern California

A day after riotous supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol, shattering windows and forcing their way inside the building, local Black and Latino leaders and activists drew a stark contrast between the police response to the mostly White mob in Washington and the many Black Lives Matter protests led by people of color over the summer. Scenes from the Capitol Wednesday, Jan. 6, bore little resemblance to events that unfolded in San Bernardino in late May, said Rakayla Simpso...
Tags: News, Mississippi, Maryland, Minneapolis, Congress, California, Washington, Police, Senate, US, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, House


Oregon Walks picks Ashton Simpson as new executive director

Ashton Simpson “As a progressive Black man growing up in Houston… he has seen firsthand the unequal development present in our pedestrian infrastructure.”— Oregon Walks Ashton Simpson has been chosen as the new executive director of Oregon Walks, the Portland-based nonprofit that has pushed for better walking conditions since 1991. Simpson, an east Portland resident who recently finished third in a campaign for Oregon House District 47, will become the first Black leader of the organiza...
Tags: Oregon, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Houston, Advocacy, Thompson, Don, Ashton, Simpson, Oregon House, Jonathan Maus, Oregon Walks, Timur Ender, Community Cycling Center


Commission approves STIP allocation with record ‘non-highway’ funding

An anti-ODOT rally on SE Powell Blvd in May 2015.(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) After an hour and twenty minutes of public testimony, the Oregon Transportation Commission voted on a funding allocation scenario for the 2024-2027 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Tuesday night. The proposal they moved forward isn’t what nearly every person who testified had asked for, but it showed how a strong progressive voice and an ever-growing transportation reform advocacy coaliti...
Tags: Oregon, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Commission, Portland, Naacp, Ada, Pederson, Eugene, Kate Brown, Multnomah County, Simpson, Portland Bureau of Transportation, ODOT, Oregon Department of Transportation


Salvation Army’s bell ringers mostly silent because of coronavirus

Silent night? Try an entire silent season, as the coronavirus pandemic is upending an iconic holiday tradition in Southern California — the Salvation Army red kettle bell ringers. This month, with coronavirus re-surging, the Salvation Army scaled back a nearly 130-year-old program by shrinking the squad of men and women who ring bells in public to raise money for Christmas programs — money that buys toys for children, holiday meals for families, and other extra support for those in the most desp...
Tags: News, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, United States, Disneyland, Orange County, Riverside County, Salvation Army, San Diego Padres, Southern California, Los Angeles County, Simpson, LIVERPOOL England


Jessica Simpson Signs Multi-Media Rights Deal at Amazon

Jessica Simpson has signed a multi-media deal with Amazon. The deal includes a new unscripted docuseries based on Simpson’s New York Times best-selling memoir “Open Book,” development of a new coming-of-age scripted series that is also inspired by the memoir, as well as two new original essays to be published through Amazon Original Stories, an […]
Tags: Amazon, News, New York Times, Jessica Simpson, Simpson


Ketch P – “Untitled” (EP Review)

Ketch P is a 40 year old MC from Inkster, Michigan who started off as part of the quartet Street Justice. He eventually went solo & put out 3 mixtapes in the late 2000s,  but Ketch took a hiatus in 2013 & returned last fall by dropping the fantastic comeback tape Gift Certificate under Middle Finger Music. This was followed up a couple months ago with the full-length Out of Nowhere but almost 3 months later, he’s surprise-dropping an untitled EP that he recorded with Black Milk about a decade a...
Tags: Reviews, Albums, Jazz, Detroit, Simpson, Black Milk, Ketch, Ketch P, Inkster Michigan


Portland’s ‘Go By Greenways’ game is a fun excuse for a ride

Something fun to do on the holiday break.(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) Written by Tom Howe The Portland Bureau of Transportation is running a “Go By Greenways” contest where you ride neighborhood greenways and post a photo or video to social media for a chance to win one of five ORP “Smarthorns”. The ORP is a dual-tone bike horn with integrated LED light designed in Portland. Use the hashtag #GoByGreenways to automatically enter your photo or video in the contest. BikePortland recentl...
Tags: Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Alberta, South, Simpson, Portland Bureau of Transportation, Holman, Bryant Street, Orp, Killingsworth, PBOT, Neighborhood Greenways, Tom Howe, Killingworth


Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell Denounce CMAs For Excluding John Prine Tribute

The Country Music Association Awards were held last night and despite the CMAs insistence that there be “no drama,” there has been plenty of drama involving the in-person Nashville event, including multiple performers dropping out after contracting coronavirus. The latest comes courtesy of Sturgill Simpson and Jason Isbell, who have both criticized the awards show for not paying tribute to the late John Prine, who passed away following complications from COVID-19, and others during the ceremony....
Tags: Music, News, Nashville, John, Cma, Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson, John Prine, Walker, Simpson, Billy Joe Shaver, Shaver, Prine, Amanda Shires, Mac Davis, COVID


Signing Day: Chaminade’s KJ Simpson, Keith Higgins accomplish childhood dream together

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. CHATSWORTH – Sherry Higgins began the Signing Day ceremony with a story about how KJ Simpson and her son, Keith Higgins, met in elementary school. She explained that Keith came home after the first day with a sworn enemy in Simpson because he stole his pencil. Fair to say that day one was a little rocky, but it was the beginning of a friendship that culminated with more permanent writing utensils Wednesday...
Tags: California, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Pennsylvania, Lausd, University Of Arizona, Chatsworth, High School Sports, Keith, Taft, Los Angeles County, Simpson, San Fernando Valley, Higgins, Cantwell


Watch Sturgill Simpson Play Bluegrass, Talk John Prine & Coronavirus On Colbert

Sturgill Simpson was on The Late Show last night promoting his almost-surprise release Cuttin’ Grass Vol. 1: The Butcher Shoppe Sessions, an album of 20 songs from throughout his catalog redone with traditional bluegrass arrangements. In addition to playing his newfangled version of “Breaker’s Roar” from 2016’s A Sailor’s Guide To Earth alongside a band of genre specialists at Nashville’s bluegrass hub The Station Inn, Simpson beamed in for an interview with Stephen Colbert. The interview larg...
Tags: Music, News, Stephen Colbert, Colbert, Nashville, Waffle House, Sturgill Simpson, John Prine, Simpson, Prine, Colbert He


The lawn is not in danger

I didn’t need to go as far as the suburbs to get this shot. Not by a long shot. Every now and then, one of the Ranters publishes a post on the benefits of having a lawn and strategies for responsible lawn maintenance. Far from objecting to these posts, I heartily agree with them. When free of needless herbicides and fertilizer and mowed at a reasonable height, lawns do provide rest for the eyes and recreational space for people and animals. I have no problem with them, though I do like to see...
Tags: Gardening, US, Amherst, Simpson, Western New York, Queen Anne, Elizabeth Licata, Ministry of Controversy, Lawn Reform, Garden Walk Buffalo, Walter Simpson


Harry Shearer: 'To say Trump is "beyond satire" is an admission of defeat'

He went from Spinal Tap to The Simpsons. Now, with his album The Many Moods of Donald Trump, the comic takes aim at America’s ‘encyclopedia salesman’ presidentUnlike pretty much every other person on the planet, actor, voice artist and all round comedy star Harry Shearer, 76, found lockdown a thoroughly productive experience. “The bonus time from not having to drive around Los Angeles every day really adds up. My wife and I would say to each other at the end of every day, ‘God, we accomplished a...
Tags: Music, Comedy, Television, Film, America, Los Angeles, Radio, Culture, Pop and rock, Television & radio, Television industry, US television, US television industry, Donald Trump, The Simpsons, Trump


Nordic Nation: On Lhotse with Filmmakers Dutch Simpson and Nick Kalisz

Jim Morrison navigating the Lhotse face. (Photo: Nick Kalisz) Something a bit different on the podcast today. In the spirit of high mountains and the autumn season which is often the time many seek any iteration of mountain film. During normal times, we flock to touring mountain film festivals to celebrate. You know, solid storytelling and vibrant images to help us dream a bit bigger. Some of you may have already watched LHOTSE, a film featuring ski mountaineers Hialree Nelson and Jim M...
Tags: Podcasts, Sport, Everest, Skiing, National Geographic, Nelson, Morrison, Simpson, Nepal Himalaya, Jim Morrison, Lhotse, Nordic Nation, Nordic Nation Podcast, Hilaree Nelson, Kalisz, Dutch Simpson


Lionsgate Lands Victoria Mahoney to Helm Shadow Force

Lionsgate lands Victoria Mahoney to helm Shadow Force After acquiring the rights to the Sterling K. Brown (This is Us) and Kerry Washington (Little Fires Everywhere)-starring actioner last fall, Lionsgate has tapped Victoria Mahoney (Lovecraft Country) to direct Shadow Force, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: Sterling K. Brown & Kerry Washington’s Shadow Force Acquired By Lionsgate PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; ...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Washington, Brad Pitt, Hulu, Stephen, Brown, Golden Globe, Simpson, Skywalker, Mrs Smith, Mahoney, Olivia Pope, Movie News, Sterling K Brown, Christopher Darden


Climate change activists have found their next big target: mega-law firms

Climate activists participate in an Extinction Rebellion protest in New York, New York, October 10, 2019. Andrew Kelly/Reuters Climate groups are starting to hold law firms accountable for their huge role in supporting the fossil fuel industry. This is a smart move, and the latest in a line of new fronts in the climate battle targeting the industries the fossil fuel industry needs for survival. In the very near future we are going to see the first law firms distance themselves from fossil ...
Tags: New York, Trends, ExxonMobil, Bloomberg, United States, Rhode Island, University Of Michigan, New York New York, United State, Simpson, Paul Weiss, Yale Harvard, Hutz, Chevron Corporation, Allen Overy, Lucy Williams


How to host a successful virtual event for your business if you've never done it before, according to online event planners

Shayanne Gal/Business Insider Mixetto/Getty Images If you're looking to plan a virtual event for your small business, you need to first figure out what you want to accomplish — whether it's to attract customers or network or for another reason. Don't trap your audience behind a screen — consider breaking the event into bite-sized pieces. Trying to recreate a live event online is a big no, especially as technical requirements will require more time to plan and execute. Inserting ...
Tags: Facebook, Youtube, Trends, Netflix, Mcintosh, Don, Simpson, Tim Simpson, BizBash, Maritz Global Events, Data Connectors, Elle Hardy, Tim Simpson Tim Simpson, Research Simpson, Keri McIntosh, The Castle Group


Kim Kardashian tears up recounting traumatic event

Kim Kardashian shared her memory as a teenager at O.J. Simpson's trial with David Letterman on his Netflix show. She also opened up about being robbed at gunpoint at a Paris residence in 2016.
Tags: Kim Kardashian, News, David Letterman, Netflix, Paris, Stories, Simpson