Blockchain is widely regarded to be an immature technology with a market that is still nascent. But that is expected to change over the next several years as a growing number of organizations begin to operationalize blockchain.
A divided Quebec Court of Appeal, grappling with a series of controversial complaints against its Chief Justice, has refused to stay sections of the province’s secularism bill even though it plainly acknowledges that the controversial ban on religious symbols is causing irreparable harm to some people.
Administrative adjudicators can be removed from cases, even in deliberation, who take too long to render judgment, rules court.
A new bill introduced by the Quebec government that seeks to modernize the province’s penal justice system hands peace officers new discretionary powers to the consternation of criminal lawyers and Quebec’s legal society.