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be given an opportunity to articulate their view to the other and that there
be a forum for them, and the profession generally, to do so: audi alteram
partem. Perhaps a more enjoyable version of Audi Alteram Partem was the
release, on March 19, 2021, of an album of that name by Canadian jazz icon
Phil Dwyer, whose move slightly up-Island was noted above. The tracks are
recordings of four concerts the BPM trio (Ben Dwyer, Phil Dwyer and Mark
Adams) performed while Phil was in the midst of his law studies in Fredericton.
Check it out.
In April 2016, The New York Times reported on the “audacious nighttime
escape” of Inky, a common New Zealand octopus, from the National Aquarium
of New Zealand, in Napier: “After busting through an enclosure, the
nimble contortionist appears to have quietly crossed the floor, slithered
through a narrow drain hole about six inches in diameter … and slid down
a 164-foot-long drainpipe that dropped him into Hawke’s Bay, on the east
coast of North Island”. Reportedly, “the aquarium’s keepers noticed the
escape when they came to work and discovered that Inky was not in his
tank. A less independence-minded octopus, Blotchy, remained behind.”
Ryan H. Clements, Gregory J. Cran, Philip A. Riddell, Q.C., and Helen J.
Roberts were appointed as members of the Health Professions Review
Board for terms ending March 15, 2023. Shannon A. Bentley and John
Henry O’Fee, Q.C., were appointed as members for terms ending March 31,
2024. Brenda L. Edwards was reappointed as a member for a term ending
May 31, 2026.
Kory Wilson was appointed as a member of a special advisory committee
to the board of education for School District No. 57 (Prince George) for a
term ending June 1, 2021.
The Hawaiian god Kanaloa was traditionally depicted as a squid or octopus.
Jacqueline B.G. King was appointed as a member of the Saanich Police
Board for a term ending June 30, 2022.
The Council of Europe announced the formal commencement (on January
1, 2021) of “the new global Octopus Project on cybercrime and
e-evidence”, “building on the successful implementation of the previous
global Cybercrime@Octopus project aimed at assisting countries worldwide
to implement the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime and strengthen data
protection and rule of law safeguards”.