In Canada, the buck stops at the Supreme Court, if it even gets that far. Though the Court is the last opportunity for appeal and has the final say in all Canadian legal matters, not everyone is guaranteed an audience. The court mostly chooses which cases it wishes to hear (though some are automatically heard), typically approving 40-75 of the 500-600 applications for leave to appeal it receives each year. … Read More
If you are disabled and have worked in Canada you may be entitled to a disability pension from the Canada Pension Plan. To qualify, you must have contributed to the Canada Pension Plan for either…… Read More
The Canada Pension Plan pays out disability benefits from the time you claim disability until age 65 or are no longer disabled–whichever comes first. At age 65 disability pensions are automatically converted into regular retirement pensions.
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Robin Camp has found himself in a spot of trouble. The Albertan judge’s own Court of appeal found that he made inappropriate comments revealing a misunderstanding of Canadian sexual consent law. This happened when Camp was a provincial Court Judge ruling on a criminal trial. The long and short of it is that Justice Camp basically blamed the victim.
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