In this Issue

Today
Today

Student Discipline and the Appeal Process

  • December 01, 2018
  • Michael Hancock and Reut Amit

Under the School Act (the “Act”), School Regulation (the “Regulation”), and related Orders (collected on the Ministry of Education website as the “Manual of School Law”), school boards must establish a student code of conduct. Students are required under section 6 of the Act to abide by the terms of these codes.

Thank you, Caroline!

  • December 01, 2018

As part of our tribute to Caroline Nevin’s years of service to CBABC and the legal profession in this province, we reached out to past presidents, executive committee members, volunteers and staff. The response was overwhelming.

Trinity Western University’s Litigation to Open a Law School

  • December 01, 2018
  • Craig Stewart

Can an evangelical university open a law school while stipulating that every member of the student body, faculty and staff sign a pledge not to conduct themselves contrary to biblical teachings for the duration of their studies or employ? SCC: It cannot.

Show Your Work

  • December 01, 2018
  • Brent Meckling and Michael Larsen

Balancing freedom of expression on campus

Indigenous Language Rights

  • October 01, 2018
  • Darwin Hanna

The right to speak an Indigenous language is associated with the revitalization and sustenance of Indigenous languages. According to the First Peoples Cultural Council the number of language learners is increasing.