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By Luc Béliveau, Marc-André Morin, Nicolas Mancini
On December 10, 2018, the Superior Court of Quebec (Court) released an important judgment concerning the assignment of contracts under the Companies' Creditors Arrangements Act (CCAA) ...
By Jordan Hulecki, Allison Sears, Nohayla Benayad
A recent decision of the Alberta Court of Appeal may make it more difficult for the Crown to prove general duty offences under occupational health and safety legislation in Alberta.
By Cathy Chandler
The federal government's legalization of recreational cannabis on October 17, 2018 has brought forward the issue of workplace impairment.
By Carla Oliver
WHMIS is a national program of hazardous materials labelling, information, instruction, training and general health and safety awareness.
By Jean H. Gagnon
All or almost all franchise agreements include clauses stating that the franchisor has not made any representations to the franchisee to induce it to enter into the contract,
By Norm Keith
This apparent failure of the worker to follow instructions not only resulted in his tragic death, but also in the conviction of his employer.
By Ron Ezekiel, Amy Carruthers, Sarah Martin
On December 5, 2018, BC released its new climate change plan, dubbed CleanBC.
By Andrew S. Nunes, Alex Cameron, Daniel Fabiano, Demetre Vasilounis
While the NOVs lacked commentary on how the CRTC determined violations of Section 9, this new bulletin somewhat elaborated on this process.
By Nigel Carman
Employers of domestic workers must ensure that they pay their domestic workers not less than the prescribed minimum wage.
By Alexandra Logvin, Matthew Welch
As anticipated, the three NAFTA governments signed the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (the USMCA) on Nov 30. The USMCA replaces NAFTA – the countries' historical deal of the '90s.
By Clifford Sosnow, Marcia Mills, Faye Voight
With the execution of the USMCA by Canada, Mexico and the United States on Nov 30, the eventuality of a new trade agreement environment is certain, although what that environment will mean to Canadian suppliers is less than clear.
By Matthew Welch
Yukon's legislature has passed a law creating one of the strongest lobbying law regimes in the country.
By Shane Todd, Cathy Chandler
The Government of Canada has stated that it intends to bring the Act into force within two years following Royal Assent.
By Avneet Jaswal
The position required early morning work.
By Gesta Abols, Bradley Freelan
As a result, the MAC definition is often hotly contested notwithstanding the fact that prior to Akorn nobody was successful in walking away on the basis that a MAC occurred.
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