- Posts by Stefanie LaurellaAssociate
Stefanie is an associate in the Yellowknife office with a practice focused on labour and employment, civil litigation and child protection law.
Representing clients from all sectors of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut ...
On April 21, 2020, a single judge of the Nunavut Court of Appeal released its decision in R. v Irngaut (2020 NUCA 04), a saga about an allegedly illegal caribou harvest. The Court held that the Government of Nunavut, the party who initiated the appeal, does not have standing to pursue the appeal.
The Court held that, absent legislative amendments to the Summary Conviction ...
What Types of Businesses Can Reopen?
In the Northwest Territories, the Chief Public Health Officer has ordered that certain types of businesses shall close: recreational facilities (including but not limited to arenas, pools, and gymnasiums), community centres and youth centres, bottle depots, gyms and fitness centres, museums and art galleries, and businesses where ...
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