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July 2020

Statement from the Canadian Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Team on Athlete Eligibility for the Paralympic Games

2020-07-30T12:49:01-04:00

The Canadian Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Team is extremely happy to confirm that all of the 4.0 and 4.5 athletes on our team have met the eligibility requirements of the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Classification Code.

Statement from the Canadian Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Team on Athlete Eligibility for the Paralympic Games2020-07-30T12:49:01-04:00

Join the Wheelchair Basketball Quaranteam Movement

2020-07-30T12:49:48-04:00

By joining the Wheelchair Basketball Quaranteam, you can help us reach our collective goal of moving 2,020 km from August 21-23, 2020! We welcome everyone from coast to coast to run, walk, wheel or skate and be a part of Team Canada’s journey.

Join the Wheelchair Basketball Quaranteam Movement2020-07-30T12:49:48-04:00

Rob Hooper Gives RHVP Update on Bill Kelly Radio Show

2020-07-06T11:47:08-04:00

Will the Red Hill Valley Parkway class action lawsuit go ahead? To recap the case and provide an update, Robert Hooper of Grosso Hooper Law joins Greg Brady, Guest Host for the Bill Kelly Show on Global News Radio.

Rob Hooper Gives RHVP Update on Bill Kelly Radio Show2020-07-06T11:47:08-04:00

Lawyer says $250M Red Hill Valley Parkway class action against Hamilton moving slowly

2020-07-06T10:19:51-04:00

Robert Hooper, from the firm Grosso Hooper, says the families of crash victims filed documents on Tuesday and have asked for their $250-million class action to go forward. Hooper says due to COVID-19 the case is not moving as quickly as he and his clients had hoped.

Lawyer says $250M Red Hill Valley Parkway class action against Hamilton moving slowly2020-07-06T10:19:51-04:00

Ontario Crown attorneys seek to delayed return to court over COVID-19 fears

2020-07-01T09:24:34-04:00

Crown attorneys in Ontario want to delay returning to courthouses next week over fears related to COVID-19, the lawyers' union said in court documents. The Ontario Crown Attorneys Association is seeking an injunction to delay the province's plans to reopen 44 courthouses starting next week.

Ontario Crown attorneys seek to delayed return to court over COVID-19 fears2020-07-01T09:24:34-04:00

June 2020

Pandemic precautions: When will the courts re-open?

2020-06-30T13:36:14-04:00

Following the March 2020 suspension of all in-person operations at the Ontario Superior Court in March 2020 there have been many changes, and associated challenges, in the way that the legal system has operated over the last few months.

Pandemic precautions: When will the courts re-open?2020-06-30T13:36:14-04:00

Slip & Fall – Personal Injury Resource

2020-07-22T13:01:27-04:00

It is the responsibility of the store, business, or private property owner to ensure the safety of anyone who enters their premises. Cracked or broken sidewalks, slippery steps, ice-covered parking lots, or objects on the floor indicate that someone has failed to keep their property safe.

Slip & Fall – Personal Injury Resource2020-07-22T13:01:27-04:00