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Officially Induced Errors and Private City Parking

For years, private City of Toronto parking operators believed that they did not require parking permits. This belief was because of a written non-conforming preexisting use agreement that was grandfathered from the city. Recently, however, parking lot operators are...

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Canadian Drone Laws: Is Your Drone Legal to Fly?

It is plainly obvious that Canadian drone laws are intended to increase airspace safety for both crewed aircraft and drones while providing clear rules and regulations for law enforcement. The new laws are much clearer but might still be confusing for amateur drone...

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Criminal Harassment in Canada

Criminal Harassment in Canada

Criminal harassment is a criminal offence under the Criminal Code of Canada. It is also sometimes referred to as "stalking." Criminal harassment involves engaging in repeated, unwanted behaviour toward someone that causes that person to fear for their safety or for someone they know. Given that...

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Can Police Enter House Without a Warrant?

Can Police Enter House Without a Warrant?

Enter House Without Warrant In most cases police require a warrant to enter your house. However, police are allowed to enter your house without a warrant in certain situations, such as when they have reason to believe that there is an emergency inside. There are also other very limited...

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