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The Coastal First Nations Grizzly Bear Harvest Allocation Order was
recently made. In a 2016 study the Ministry of Environment estimated that
15,000 grizzly bears exist in B.C. They are managed in “56 Grizzly Bear Population
Units”, nine of which are listed as “threatened”. As the study notes,
“hunting of grizzly bears for sport remains a controversial issue in BC.”
The Marvel Universe—says Marvel—includes Theodore Winchester, who
was “code-named Grizzly due to his massive size and bestial appearance”
and “used his skills as a mercenary”.
On April 12, 2017 Mr. Justice John J.L. Hunter, formerly with Hunter Litigation
Chambers, was appointed a judge of the Court of Appeal for B.C. On
the same day, Mr. Justice Andrew Phillip Avtar Mayer was appointed to
the Supreme Court of B.C. in Prince Rupert. He was previously in-house
counsel with the Prince Rupert Port Authority.
China is home to two-thirds of the world’s solar power production capacity
and buys half of the world’s new solar panels.
The United States District Court for the Southern District of New York helpfully
summarized “the story of Superman … : While still an infant, Superman
was sent by his parents to Earth aboard a space ship from his home
planet Krypton. On Earth, Superman is secretly possessed of extraordinary
physical abilities, including superhuman strength and speed, x-ray vision,
the ability to fly, and the ability to withstand bullets. Superman’s sole weakness
is his vulnerability to several forms of Kryptonite, an element from
Superman’s home planet”: DC Comics v. Kryptonite Corporation, 336 F. Supp.
(2d) 324 (2004).
On May 12, 2017 W. Paul Riley, Q.C., senior general counsel with the Public
Prosecution Service of Canada, was appointed a judge of the Supreme Court
of B.C. in Vancouver. He replaces Madam Justice C.J. Ross, who elected to
become a supernumerary judge effective April 1, 2016.