Daily Archives: April 26, 2018


New Titles – April 2018

The following is a list of new books we’ve acquired in the library recently. Most are newer editions to titles we already had, but we also have a few new titles by John Hollander that he kindly donated to us.

2018 Annotated Ontario Personal Property Security Act (Thomson Reuters)

Annotated Aboriginal Law: The Constitution, Legislation, Treaties and Supreme Court of Canada Case Summaries 2018 (Thomson Reuters)

Annotated Canada Pension Plan and Old Age Security Act, 17th ed. (LexisNexis)

Estate Litigation: Trial Advocacy Techniques in Canadian Estate Cases (John Hollander)

Ethics and Criminal Law, 2nd ed. (Irwin Law)

Ethics and Professional Practice For Paralegals, 4th ed. (Emond Publishing)

Impaired Driving in Canada, 5th ed. (LexisNexis)

Introduction to Trial Advocacy: How Canadian Lawyers Prepare for and Conduct Civil Cases (John Hollander)

The Law of Evidence, 5th ed. (LexisNexis)

The Law of Libel in Canada, 4th ed. (LexisNexis)

Management of Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations in Canada, 4th ed. (LexisNexis)

The Ontario Municipal Service Directory: A Comprehensive Guide for Real Estate Professionals 2018 (Thomson Reuters)

Outlining: How to Structure Examinations in Civil Litigation (John Hollander)

Personal Injury Damages in Canada, 3rd ed. (Thomson Reuters)

Pocket Ontario OH&S Act & Regulations 2018 (Thomson Reuters)

Provincial Offences for Paralegals, 2nd ed., (Emond Publishing)

Stikeman Income Tax Act Annotated 2018, 63rd ed. (Thomson Reuters)

Supreme Court of Canada Practice 2018 (Thomson Reuters)

Taxation of Trusts and Estates: A Practitioner’s Guide 2018 (Thomson Reuters)


#ThrowbackThursday: Demolition Before and After

We should have some exciting news on the renovations project coming soon (subscribe to the CCLA newsletter for all the latest info, of course), but in the meantime, here’s a recent progress shot for you.

This was the old view when you came in through the front doors. Us library staff never particularly liked that we were tucked around the corner, which lead to plenty of awkward moments of people coming in and not knowing where anyone was to talk to.

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