Monthly Archives: October 2013

Read all about justice: 20 facts

In 1907, the Supreme Court of Alberta was created, with an Appellate division and a Trial division. There was also a District Court of Alberta. On June 30, 1979, the District Court and the Supreme Court trial Division merged and … Continue reading

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A breakthrough for forensic pathology in Alberta

“It’s been an interesting and exciting time,” said Dr. Wirth. β€œIt’s great to be leading the way in Alberta.” The year-long OCME residency – one of only three in Canada – comprises general forensic pathology, pediatric forensic pathology, casework and … Continue reading

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Response to death of police service dog

Jonathan Denis, Minister of Justice and Solicitor General, issued the following statement in response to the death: I want to offer my condolences to the Edmonton Police Service on the death earlier today of police service dog Quanto, and especially … Continue reading

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Lock, stock and automotive bypass licence

At some point in your life there’s a good chance you have either locked or will lock your keys in your vehicle. You close the car door, and everything starts going in slow motion. You wonder if you have enough … Continue reading

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