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This online resource is a great stop for periodicals, statutes, and reporting series. Navigating the large content it offers can be tricky however. The HeinOnline Blog offers a few tips every month to help find what you are looking for, as well as keeping you updated with new features and content. Here are a few highlights from the last month.
Tip of the Week: Navigating within Titles, Volumes, Sections, and Pages – “learn how to navigate HeinOnline’s titles, volumes, sections, and individual pages.”
Tip of the Week: How to Use ScholarCheck – Learn how analyze the most-cited journals, papers, and authors. Use this feature to find the most cited and accessed document.
New Topic Taxonomy Brings “Categories” and “Subjects” into the HeinOnline Mix – Narrow down your search results with a multi-level taxonomy sorting system.
New Case Citation Alert for Authors! – Stay up to date with alerts whenever your favorite author has new content, has their works cited, or even similar content to their work has been added.
Starting January 27, 2021, new amendments to the Supreme Court of Canada rules will apply to all cases, including filings in any ongoing cases. These changes are meant to help simplify the leave process. Applications will now consist of the notice of application, lower court decisions and memorandum of argument only. It will also allow for easier electronic filing, with reduced print copies needed.
The SCC website has provided an online guide to help explain these changes. The guidelines and forms have also been updated with these new procedures.
For full details, see the notice to the profession on the SCC website.
Adjustments to Current Scheduling Protocols – January 11 to 29, 2021, Video Conference Civil Trials and the Continuation of Other Remote Services (general division) –
… “[T]he Court’s scheduling protocols as announced in the December 3rd Notice will now also extend and apply to the period of January 11 to 29, 2021.”
… “[C]ommencing Monday, February 1, 2021, where there are counsel representing all parties, all civil trials already scheduled are to be viewed as presumptively proceeding by video hearing”.
December 14, 2020 – Family Division Case Flow Model Practice Issues
This direction is meant to help clarify any confusion around Family Division proceedings.
Attached is a table which designates:
1. Those proceedings that are included in the New Case Flow Model;
2. Those proceedings which are excluded;
3. The proper procedure to be followed for each proceeding; and
4. The applicable Queen’s Bench Rule(s) and form for each proceeding.