Since February 22, 2018, all Fentanyl Certificates of Analyst that the Public Prosecution Service of Canada has received from Health Canada’s Drug Analysis Service have stated that they analysed the substance to be “Fentanyl or an isomer thereof.” The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) Schedule I, item 16, does not list “isomers” as one of the included substances of Fentanyl.
The Society has created a working copy of the Annual Firm Report.
After many months of consultation and review, our new website is live! We thank you for your patience as we transition to this new site. A key feature of this new website is the toggle between public and legal profession navigation/view.
The Society's office will be closed for the holidays from December 24, 2019–January 1, 2020.
At its September meeting, NSBS Council adopted the Federation of Law Societies of Canada’s new No Cash and Client Identification and Verification Model Rules (“Model Rules”). Regulation amendments to client identification and verification and the receipt of cash will come into effect January 1, 2020.
NSBS Council hosted Council in the Community on Nov. 22 at the Halifax North Memorial Library. Aside from giving members of the public insight into the operations of Council, the event, which was in partnership with reachAbility, was designed around promoting inclusion and accommodation within the legal profession.Continue reading “Recap: Council in the Community with reachAbility”