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Canadian privacy law 2.0
Article by David Krebs and Myron Mallia-Dare
Cloud services – Guidance for managing cybersecurity risks
Article by Bradley Freedman, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
(Gale-force) winds sweeping the Canadian privacy landscape
By Laila Paszti, John Cassell, Julie Himo, Alexis Kerr, Sara A. Levine, QC – Norton Rose Fulbright
Lawyers among Order of Canada appointees 2020
A public health researcher, a disability sports advocate and several trailblazing women who achieved firsts in their fields are among the 61 people being honoured with New Year's appointments to the Order of Canada.
2020 Queen's Counsel Designations
CBABC congratulates the 2020 recipients of the Queen's Counsel designation in recognition of their exceptional merit and contribution to the legal profession in British Columbia.
Provincial Court of BC: NP 19 Court Operations During COVID-19
The Provincial Court of BC recognizes that the Province is still impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Chief Public Health Officers of Canada and the Province still require people to keep a safe distance from each other, but currently there can be a cautious reopening of public places with health and safety protocols in place to minimize the transmission of the virus. Taking this into account, the Provincial Court has developed the plan set out in this Notice to resume further court operations.
Suspension of limitation periods to end March 2021
Government will end its temporary suspension of limitation periods to commence court proceedings in British Columbia on March 25, 2021.
B.C. appoints two new Supreme Court masters
The Government of British Columbia has appointed two new Supreme Court of B.C. masters to support the judiciary with the resources needed to continue providing access to justice.
B.C. appoints four Provincial Court judges, one new justice
The four new judges being appointed are: Darin Reeves, effective Feb. 1, 2021; Emmet Duncan, effective Jan. 11, 2021; Andrea Davis, effective Jan. 11, 2021; Diana Vandor, effective Feb. 1, 2021.
New Appointment to the Supreme Court of BC
Simon R. Coval, Q.C., a partner at Fasken in Vancouver, is appointed a Judge of the Supreme Court of British Columbia. Mr. Justice Coval replaces Mr. Justice P.G. Voith (Vancouver), who was appointed to the Court of Appeal on September 2, 2020.