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By Shailaz Dhalla
Bill C-69, which includes the proposed Impact Assessment Act (the "Act") is currently in the second reading of the Senate.
By Jennifer Nyland
While the proposed Impact Assessment Act (the "IAA") in Bill C-69 is under review and possible amendment by the Senate.
By Tamela Coates
On April 25, 2019, the Federal Court of Appeal issued its decision in a longstanding patent dispute in the oil patch regarding hydraulic fracturing technology
By Amy Nathanson
Publication (communication of defamatory material to someone other than the plaintiff) is an essential element in a defamation claim
By Kinji Bourchier
Earlier this month, the B.C. Court of Appeal rendered its decision in West Van Holdings Ltd. v. Economical Mutual Insurance Company.
By Jeff Christian, Lana Shipley
Formal Negotiations between Canada and the United States to modernize the Columbia River Treaty began in May 2018.
By Nicole Skuggedal, Jim Boyle
On April 30, 2019, the British Columbia government introduced Bill 30, Labour Relations Code Amendment Act, 2019 in the British Columbia Legislative Assembly.
By Chat Ortved
As described in our recent blog post, the 2019 federal budget includes proposed changes to the Canada Business Corporations Act (the "CBCA") that appear intended to clarify the nature
By Stuart D. Breen, Chat Ortved, Jagdeep Shergill, Rachelle Wong
The federal government's 2019 budget confirms and expands its focus on corporate governance that appeared in Bill C-25's legislative push for diversity in corporate leadership last year.
By Ritu Mahil, Jim Boyle
Nitrogen Studios, the Vancouver animation firm behind the animated film Sausage Party, was recently ordered by the BC Employment Standards Branch to pay overtime pay to non-unionized animators.
By Ryan Berger, Cory Sully
Rather, since 2009, it has been the position of the Federal Privacy Commissioner that organizations subject to The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act ("PIPEDA")
By Cory Sully
A recent BC Supreme Court case is yet another reminder that courts will carefully scrutinize any term which purports to displace an employee's common law entitlement to reasonable notice of termination of employment.
By Ryan Berger, Cory Sully
Organizations should be routinely assessing privacy and security of their important data and the personal information they hold.
By Edward Wilson, May Au, Yumeng Zhu
By Edward Wilson, May Au, Yumeng Zhu
On November 27, 2018, the British Columbia provincial government enacted Bill 45, the Budget Measures Implementation (Speculation and Vacancy Tax) Act (the "Act").
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