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By Janine MacNeil
Earlier this year, the trademark system in Canada was modernized to bring in the Nice classification system.
By Koker Christensen, Caitlin Sabetti
The amendments include changes to the regulatory regime relating to virtual currency.
By Geneviève Laliberté
In 2016, it brought a motion for an order to certify its application as a respondent class proceeding.
By Nicole Singh
A resignation must be clear and unequivocal to end employment. Sometimes employees change their mind and try to rescind a resignation.
By Jean-Philippe Mikus
Madrid trademark filings are proving to be popular means to secure protection in Canada.
By Kathryn Walker
This month, the British Columbia Health Minister announced plans to introduce legislation that will increase the BC's provincial tax on vaping products from 7% to 20%.
By Leslie Milton
The competitiveness and reach of Canadian wireline and wireless services are critical to the economic prosperity and social inclusion of Canadians.
By Marcia Mills, Daniel Brock, Paul Burbank
The federal government made international headlines earlier this year when it committed to ban the use of "harmful" single-use plastics throughout Canada.
By Sophie MacRae, Jordana Keslassy
On November 6, 2019, Ontario's Minister of Finance introduced Bill 138, the Plan to Build Ontario Together Act, 2019 ("Bill 138").
By Kevin O'Callaghan, Madison Grist
As described in our first bulletin in this series, BC recently introduced Bill 41, draft legislation to implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP).
By Marcia Mills, Andrew House
SECRET personnel, document safeguarding and facility security clearances will be required for all projects for contractors and consultants.
By David McLauchlan
Can Canadian Courts Issue Site-Blocking Orders? Prior to last Friday, it would have been unprecedented.
By Mark Penner
Hosted in the Toronto office of Fasken, the seminar was webcast to Fasken's Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary and Vancouver offices.
By Jean M. Gagné, Frank Mariage, Emilie Bundock
On October 22, 2019, the Minister of Energy and Natural Resources published its Aboriginal Community Consultation Policy Specific to the Mining Sector which sets out general and specific guidelines ...
By Jean H. Gagnon
Among the many technological changes affecting today's franchise networks, we find the advent, rise and proliferation of online ordering and delivery platforms like Uber Eats, SkipTheDishes, Just Eat, Foodora and a growing number of similar operations.
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