Judges and juries not bound to theories of defence, prosecution

Neither judges nor juries are bound to follow theories of the Crown or the defence if there is evidence that could support a conviction on a different basis than that offered by counsel, Hamilton criminal lawyer Jeffrey Manishen tells CHCH.

Bill 148 - Advocate Daily

Bill 148 could inhibit job growth.

Wade in the News - CBC 25 November 2017

Bell's 'Let's Talk' campaign rings hollow for employees suffering panic attacks, vomiting and anxiety

Veganism protected as a creed from discrimination

I am vegan and my employer requires that I wear leather boots as part of the uniform. I have asked to wear different footwear which respect my chosen lifestyle but they have refused, what can I do?
 

Wade in the news - The Hamilton Spectator

Closing submissions made in disciplinary case for police officer charged in stop of Councillor.

Wade in the news - Globe and Mail

Street Check or Well-Being Check?  Police carding case comes at key juncture in Ontario.

Examining the nature of Henson Trusts

The Supreme Court of Canada granted leave to appeal in the case of in S.A. v. Metro Vancouver Housing Corporation, 2017 BCCA 2 (37551). 

Wade in the News - CBC - November, 2018

Was officer okay to question Matthew Green?  Lawyers clash over role of race in poilce stop.

What should I do if I am involved in a car accident?

What should I do if I am involved in a car accident?

Wade in the news - Canadian Lawyer Magazine

Dressing for success: Dress codes should follow human rights guidelines.