United Airlines reaches settlement with Dragged Passeng …

April 28th, 2017 by

By: Nicolas Di Nardo   Thursday following the release of the reports submitted by the officers who dragged David Dao off of a United Airlines flight, United Airlines reached a settlement with Dao. Unfortunately, Dao’s lawyer declined to disclose the amount of the settlement. The agreement also states that the sum will remain confidential. Dao’s […]

 

Update: Woman Rescued from Crane faces Six criminal mis …

April 27th, 2017 by

By: Nicolas Di Nardo   Yesterday’s early morning news regarding a woman who scaled up a crane in downtown Toronto has made international headlines from the United States to New Zealand. Today, there are more developments. An article released Wednesday afternoon by The Toronto Star revealed that the woman who climbed the crane will be […]

 

United Airlines Update: Reports Blame Passenger for Inj …

April 27th, 2017 by

By: Nicolas Di Nardo United Airlines has not had much luck in the most recent news cycle, as an incident where a gentleman was removed by force off of an overbooked flight sparked a PR nightmare. Since then, there have been a number of issues for the airline such as Canadians getting kicked off of […]

 

Woman Rescued from Crane in Downtown Toronto Early Wedn …

April 26th, 2017 by

By: Nicolas Di Nardo Early Wednesday morning at about 4 a.m. the Toronto Police received a call that someone had spotted a woman climbing up a crane in downtown Toronto, on Wellesley Street between Church and Yonge streets. An article by Metro News reports that by the time the sun had come up, she had […]

 

Canada to take Citizenship from Man involved in Guatema …

April 25th, 2017 by

By: Jeffrey Spiegel, Student-at-Law The Canadian government is taking steps to strip the citizenship from a former Guatemalan military commander who actively participated in the 1982 massacre that left 75,000 dead and 250,000 displaced. Jorge Vinicio Sosa Orantes, who is currently serving a 10-year prison sentence in the United States for immigration fraud, was a […]

 

How to Change Existing Child Support Payments and Visit …

April 24th, 2017 by John Schuman

Family lawyer John Schuman was recently asked the following question: I want to change my child support amount and the visitation agreement. How do I go about doing that and what forms do I need? Answer By John Schuman: There are three ways to change child support: 1. If you and the other parent agree […]

 

Update: 16 Measures To Cool Down Toronto’s Red-Hot Ho …

April 20th, 2017 by

By: Nicolas Di Nardo Yesterday, we published a blog post informing the public that on Thursday, today, the Finance Minister would be releasing the measures that all levels of the government will take to help cool a hot housing market. Premier Kathleen Wynne joined Charles Sousa, Finance Minister for this announcement which actually included 16 […]

 

Ten Measures To Be Announced To Help Fix Toronto’s Ho …

April 19th, 2017 by

By: Nicolas Di Nardo On Tuesday, April 18th Finance Minister Charles Sousa announced that he is set to unveil 10 measures to help with Toronto’s out of control housing market, which will be released as early as Thursday. These measures will range from rent controls to a new tax on real estate speculators. The release […]

 

With the U.S. Under Trump’s Reign, Mexicans begin …

April 17th, 2017 by

By: Nicolas Di Nardo Individuals seeking asylum in Canada from Mexico has been consistently rising since Trump has taken over one of the most powerful positions in the world today. In an article by The Huffington Post, it has been reported that Mexicans are looking to Canada for asylum. With President Donald Trump cracking down […]

 
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