Day: February 6, 2017
By Sarah Roussel-Lewis
Some interesting reads to help you ease into your week:
- 20 Years Later, Diana Saunders Still Searches for her 3 Missing Sons (Global News)
- Brad Wall Denies Inconsistency on Refugees after Social Media Criticism (CBC)
- If a Biological Parent is Paying Child Support, Does a Step-Parent Still Have to Pay? (Family LLB)
- Protecting Employees from Social Media Harassment (First Reference Talks)
- Sask. Government told by OHS to Halt Plans to cut 14 Deputy Sheriffs (Global News)
- United States Asking Foreign Visitors for Social Media Info and Cell Phone Contacts (Slaw)
- With Gun Crimes on the Rise, Regina Begins 2-week Firearms Amnesty (CBC)
By Melanie Hodges Neufeld
February 5 to 11 is Archives Week in Saskatchewan. Archives Week is celebrated annually to acknowledge and celebrate the work of the professionals who develop, promote and make the archives in the province accessible to the public. Several events are taking place across the province in celebration of Archives Week, many of which are free. For more information on the events, please visit the Saskatchewan Council for Archives and Archivists website.
For more general information about Archives Week, please visit the Government of Saskatchewan news page.
By Alan Kilpatrick
Last week, the Law Society Library hosted an exhibitor booth at the CBA Mid-Winter Meeting in Saskatoon. During the Distinguished Service Award Luncheon draw, we gave away a copy of the Queen’s Bench Rules Annotated 2016 Edition and Civil Appeals in Saskatchewan.
We are pleased to announce that the following individuals won the draw:
- Queen’s Bench Rules Annotated 2016 Edition: Erin Bolton, Osman & Company
- Civil Appeals in Saskatchewan: James Rugg, James Rugg Law Office
Congratulations to the draw winners!