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Judges and Court Staff Have a Duty to Assist Unrepresented People

A recent Supreme Court of Canada decision re confirmed the duty of judges and court staff to assist that many times unrepresented people fail to receive, which could and often should invalidate the court process against them. Here are a few recent articles and the relevant court decisions and the Canadian Judicial Council report laying

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Oh Canada, You Can Hold Corrupt Police to Account for $$$

Ontario man who wanted to be a cop wins $25,000 after suing police for beating, jailing him unlawfully January 3, 2017,  National Post read the comments if you want to see how people view the police brutality and the low payment of damages. Considering that the guy was hit, held in jail, had to go to

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Guarding your civil liberties: Civil Liberties Complaint USA

Robb Ryder does some good research and regularly puts out videos reviewing his findings, sources and theories. Here is his latest one on the complaint and claim process in the USA, all defined process to follow in law. Every jurisdiction has material, guidelines, self help and processes for “how to make a claim or complaint”

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CRA Minister Cannot Deny Late Objections: Reasonableness

Interesting recent decision making it law that the Canada Revenue Agency can no longer maintain a position of “you objected too late, so you cannot object”. Of course this decision is ONLY because someone complained, via the correct court process, that the action taken by CRA was wrong and did request a  court to review

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