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Webinar

Webcast: Coping with Violent Behaviours in the Classroom: Safety Issues for Staff and other Students in the Special Education Context

Complimentary This webcast responds to a number of requests following our last webcast, After Keewatin: The Use of Exclusions, and reflects the reality that there are increasing numbers of students whose disabilities give rise to violent outbursts and that this phenomenon is a growing challenge for special educators and for administration. We will review the…

Webinar

Webcast: After Keewatin: The Use of Exclusions

Complimentary In a recent case, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario served clear notice that excluding a student under s. 265(m) of the Education Act, because of behavioural issues arising from the student’s disability, must not offend human rights principles.  In R.B. v. Keewatin Patricia District School Board, the Tribunal found that the exclusion of…

Webinar

Freedom of Information Access Requests: A Practical Guide for Colleges

Hicks Morley Privacy Group invites you to participate in a special webinar for College Privacy Coordinators. Access requests under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act can range in complexity from those involving single page records to large muti-part requests raising multiple legal and procedural issues involving substantial volumes of documents.College Privacy Coordinators…

Speaking Engagement

Hicks Morley 2008 Pension & Benefits Case Law Update Webinar

Topic 2008 Pension & Benefits Case Law Update On November 19th members of the Hicks Morley pension and benefits group ran a webinar for our clients. The webinar reviewed interesting pension-related case-law from the year. Below are links to an archive of the session. Material Slides: 2008 Pension and Benefits Case Law Update Watch Windows…