Monthly Archives: April 2011

Canadian General Election, May 2, 2011

Peter Russell is one of those people whose pronouncements and advice command respect. His expertise if the Canadian Constitution.  If you’re Canadian, you owe it to yourself to spend three minutes watching the video below and listening to his views … Continue reading

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A Send-Up of the Royal Wedding

If this video spoof of the forthcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is good enough for Brian Galbraith’s blog Ontario Family Law Blog, it’s certainly good enough for mine!

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10th Anniversary of Same-Sex Marriage

The Netherlands introduced gay civil unions in 1998, but it was only ten years ago this month that it passed legislation legalizing same-sex marriage. Boris O. Dittrich, the advocacy director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Rights Program at Human … Continue reading

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When a Material Change in Circumstances arises …

The Feldstein Family Law Group recently published its summary of an interesting Ontario family law case, Taber v. Taber, published in the law reports. The case deals with a motion brought by the Husband to vary the amount of spousal … Continue reading

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