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By Rob Worthington
Canadian private companies have seen much newsworthy tax reform in recent years. One change is in the area of income sprinkling. Another major change in tax law is the rules on investment income
By Mark Mielke
Canada's 2019 federal budget (the "Budget") includes additional insight into the hotly anticipated regulatory regime for cannabis edibles, which is set to come into force in the fall of 2019.
By Ayanna Ferdinand Catlyn, Danielle Mousseau
Significant amendments have been made to the Partnership and Business Names Act (the Act), RSNWT 1988, c P-1.The amendments to the Act effect partnerships, limited partnerships,
By Chris Johnston, Rami Pandher, Rob Worthington
As was expected, the 2019 Federal Budget is one for an election year. Meaning, while the Government provided a few handouts and various credits, there is little to offend anyone – at least from a tax perspective.
By Gordon Van Vliet, Rami Pandher
Did you sell your home in 2018?
By Mark Mielke
The Government of the Northwest Territories (the "GNWT") Mining Incentive Program (the "Program") provides funding to prospectors and exploration companies who carry out mineral exploration work in the NWT.
By Taylor Woolsey
Merrifield v The Attorney General, 2019 ONCA 205, represents the first case in which a Canadian appellate court has considered whether a common law tort of harassment exists.
By Caitlyn Field, Mark Mielke
With the Cannabis Act set to legalize most forms of recreational cannabis in just a few short weeks, many consumers and businesses alike may require further clarity on the limited scope of legalization.
By Jason Kully
Alberta post-secondary institutions are subject to new election laws restricting public communications during the 2019 election period.
By Jenna Kirk
In order to maintain a permanent residency in Canada, residents must be physically present in Canada for at least 730 days (2 years) in every 5-year period
By James T. Casey QC, Tessa Gregson
In applying for registration in Alberta, Dr. Lum submitted reference letters attesting to his good character.
By Michael Doerksen
It is a center loading platform without any grade level access.
By Brian Vail, QC
In the context of a motor vehicle accident where the at-fault driver was distracted by using his cell phone, the claim against Apple Inc. for marketing the cell phone without technology to disable its use...
By Brian Vail, QC
The legislation setting out priorities among insurers in a rental/leased vehicle situation only applies to those polices which provide coverage and the term "listed driver" in an auto policy is not
By Caitlyn Field
Charges for distracted driving were widened in scope by including cell and smart phones in the definition of "hand held electronic" and "wireless electronic" devices in the Traffic Safety Act.
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