No. 2019, May 2019
- The Legislative Process: How We Make Our Laws.
- Moving Toward a New and Improved Senate: The following is the summary of a study completed by Paul G. Thomas on the Senate of Canada.
- The Continuing Relevance of International Law in Canada.
- How Are Environmental Laws Made?
- Where the Monarchy Meets the State: Canada's Vice-Regal Offices.
- Building the New Jerusalem, One Clause at a Time.
- 5 Basics Every Startup & Growing Business Should Know About Employment Law.
- Disabilities and Addictions in the Workplace.
- Political Belief and Discrimination in Employment Law.
- To Stop or Not To Stop? Police Carding Practices.
- The Duty of Unions to Fairly Represent Their Members.
- Alternatives to Court: Mediation.
- Police Demanding Evidence from Journalists: The Vice Media Case.
- State Neutrality Does Not Always Result in Substantive Equality.
- Accommodation in Tenancy: Assistance and Support Animals.
- Alberta Election Legislation and Charities.