Amy has tagged me… I’m it. agh. 😉
This one is not too time consuming, anyway.
For the unfortunate taggees (and I do hope I haven’t tagged you before. I haven’t done it all that often):
Open the book you’re currently reading to page 161 and copy the fifth sentence on the page, then tag 5 bloggers.
All righty – p.161, 5th sentence:
Cory J. wrote: “The interpretation of the word “corruptly” must take place within the context of s.426 itself.”
And – I know you’re all going to want to rush out and buy a copy… so here is the cover shot for your convenience:
(such dull reading matter that the photo came out in black and white).
Oh – I just realised the photo came out backwards. The book is:
Sullivan, Ruth A., “Driedger on the Construction of Statutes, 3rd ed.” (Butterworths: Markham, 1994). (Make sure you buy the 4th ed. with the red cover… I picked up the wrong one when leaving the office Friday. But if you’re desperate, the 3rd ed. will do.
And… the winners are:
and… (drumroll please!)