Halsbury's Laws of Canada – Police, Security and Emergencies (2022 Reissue) / Public Utilities (2022 Reissue)
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POLICE, SECURITY & EMERGENCIES
Jennifer Freund, B.Sc., BA, MFS, LL.B.
The role and powers of law enforcement and national security services are of increasing relevance in a world defined by growing concern over crime and terrorism. In addition, environmental uncertainty and the emergence of new and virulent diseases have brought the spectre of civil emergency to the forefront of government planning. This title provides a thorough narrative of the law that applies to law enforcement and private security services in Canada. It also explains the legal framework that governs national security oversight and the Canadian Security Intelligence Service. Finally, it sets out the law that empowers government to declare a civil emergency and act accordingly. Topics covered include:
Sheila Nemet-Brown, B.A. (Hons.), LL.B.
This title examines the legal aspects of regulation of public utilities, focusing on provincial regulation of electricity, natural gas and pipelines and water utilities. The legislative context is comprehensively addressed, having regard to the local, provincial, federal and international aspects of the topic. In addition, issues in relation to proceedings before provincial public utilities boards and commissions are examined, including all relevant procedural aspects. Topics covered include: