US Appeals Court rules that Donald Trump can’t block people on Twitter
Trump has used his @RealDonaldTrump account in the past to announce policy, firings, and resignations. It has been the explicit position of the White House that these tweets, a hallmark of Trump’s presidency, bear an official status.
Trans Mountain pipeline faces new lawsuit by environmental groups
The federal government’s re-approval of the Trans Mountain Pipeline never meant the project would continue seamlessly. In what will be the newest set of legal disputes, Ecojustice, an environmental law agency, will be heading to the fray.
Five facts you should know about the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein
With today’s arrest of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, there is material for both intrigue and tragedy. Presidents have turned a blind…
Canada Post paid $21 million in legal fees to fight union
Six years after an initial access to information request, the Star has revealed Canada Post spent an exorbitant sum of $21 million in legal fees to fight a pay equity case that stretched over decades.
Statistics Canada: Canadian economy loses 2,200 jobs in June
This net loss of 2,200 jobs comes with a jump in full-time positions by 24,000 being offset by a fall in 26,000 part-time jobs as Canada entered into the heart of the summer season.
Nova Scotia “dirty cop” sentenced to 10 years for drug trafficking
In 2015, Inspector David Astephen received an urgent text message from drug-dealer, Mike Kanasevich, informing him of a “dirty cop.”