Day: August 11, 2021

Law

How to File a Lawsuit Against the Federal Government

August 11, 2021

Important Considerations For Those Who Want to File a Lawsuit Against the Federal Government Are you wondering, how to file a lawsuit against the federal government? If so, you are not alone. This is because when we are injured or our property gets damaged due to the negligence or wrongdoing of another person or company, […]

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Criminal Harassment

What is Criminal Harassment in Canada: Everything You Should Know

August 11, 2021

According to Canadian Law, Criminal Harassment constitutes various actions that involve stalking, invading the privacy of a person, harassing them or following them intentionally. It basically involves anything that makes a person fear for their own safety or for the safety of someone they know. Criminal Harassment is more commonly referred to as stalking and […]

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Criminal Record Suspension

Improvements to the Criminal Records Act and Record Suspension

August 11, 2021

In Canada, as in many other countries, there are two ways to handle criminal offenses: one time and multiple time. There have been recent changes in the laws regarding expunging or sealing criminal records. Unless a conviction has been expunged or sealed, and the offence has been cleared from your criminal record by the courts, […]

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Pedestrian Injury Accident

How A Pedestrian Injury Accident Case Works

August 11, 2021

A pedestrian accident can occur anywhere along the lines of existing roads and highways. Any type of road or highway can become susceptible to pedestrian accidents, but certain environments pose particular risks. Areas that are made for cars and not-so-roads are especially prone to pedestrian accidents. A pedestrian injury accident occurs every five minutes in […]

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severance agreement

How To Calculate Severance Pay?

August 11, 2021

Severance pay, also known as ‘severance package’ or ‘severance agreement’, refers to the sum of money an employer must pay their employee when the employee is dismissed due to no personal fault or error. The main objective of paying employees a severance pay is to allow them to cater to their immediate, day-to-day financial needs […]

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