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Why Merging Early Doesn’t Make You a Good Person

You know that guy, the guy that everybody hates, the one guy that waits until the last minute to merge in a construction zone. We come across this moment too often, especially with the construction detours that feel like they...
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Should you break the window if a dog is inside a hot car?

Last summer a video from Grand Bend went viral when a man took it upon himself to break into a hot car when a dog was stuck inside on an extremely humid day. Watch the video: https://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/articles/police-to-would-be-dog-rescuers-dont-break-that-car-window/81927 This caused some...
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When is a Nightclub Liable for its Employee’s Force?

Everyone knows a guy that has gotten too drunk and started to become rowdy, often, it is that guy (or girl) who is kicked out from the bar…by the bouncer. Club security often act like they are above the law,...
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Can Boarder Guards Check Your Phone?

  Did you know that U.S. and Canadian border agents have the right to search travelers’ personal belongings without a warrant…which includes cell phones. Canadian agents will only search information stored locally on your phone but U.S. Customs and Border...
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Dispensaries Raided & How to Obtain Marijuana Legally

  The London police have followed suit with raiding dispensaries. Yesterday, the London Police raided 5 marijuana dispensaries, arresting many shop workers and owners in the process. Dispensaries are illegal under federal law, as medical marijuana can only be sold...
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Update on the Gatineau Case

Two of our clients performed exceptionally well at this court-martial. Our trial preparation made a huge difference. All the charges related to their assaults resulted in convictions, which is a huge success for our clients. The particular lawyer that represented...
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It is Official, Uber in London is here to Stay

It is official, The city council in London listened to its residents and voted to keep the popular service in our city. Phillip Millar was on the radio discussing the importance of Uber before the final vote was in, presenting...
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All you Need to Know on Islamaphobia in Canada and Motion 103

With Islamaphobia being a constant theme in the news it’s important to educate yourself with what parliament is doing about it here in Canada…especially after the Montreal shooting. This article provides all you need to know about Motion 103 and...
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‘They’re Going to Shoot You’

  Melissa Faccolio was common law wife to Samuel Maloney. On December 23rd 2016, Maloney was killed in a police shooting in their home on Duchess Ave. Maloney was also a client of Millars Law and was on the phone with...
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New Laws that Came into Effect on January 1, 2017

Don’t Start the New Year in the dark… Be in the know by reading this list of new laws that came into effect on Jan. 1, 2017. The new laws include: Door-to-Door Energy sales, impaired driving, and police carding http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/new-laws-in-2017-everything-you-need-to-know-1.3203410...
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