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By Chris Margison, Jenna L. Ward
Over the past week, the Commissioner of Competition has made a number of comments relevant to big tech companies and the digital economy.
By Karam Bayrakal, Michael Shortt, Gerald Kerr-Wilson, Brock Euper
In May 2019, Senator Josh Hawley introduced a bill called The Protecting Children from Abusive Games Act to regulate "pay-to-win microtransactions" and the sale of "loot boxes" in video games sold in the United States.
By Kevin O'Neill, David McDonald, Andrew Woodhouse, Kristen Woo
The Spring Session of the BC Legislature ended on May 30, 2019 and both the Employment Standards Amendment Act and Labour Relations Code Amendment Act were proclaimed into law on that day.
By Erin Porter, Marc Rodrigue, Lindsay Aagaard
Bill 74, The People's Health Care Act, 2019, received Royal Assent on April 18, 2019 and enacted the Connecting Care Act, 2019.
By Norm Keith
The question of internal compliance is always a challenge when regulators offer rewards to whistleblowers with cash awards. Why report internally when the whistleblower can get paid if they report externally?
By Johan Coetzee
The Grocery Retail Market Inquiry published its preliminary report on 29 May 2019.
By Tariq Ahmed, David MacLean
A contractor brought an action against the City on the basis that the clause was unconstitutional.
By Douglas New
Parties who fail to do so may find themselves involved in an unexpected Bureau review of their proposed or completed merger.
By Andrew Woodhouse
Family status discrimination continues to be an area in which the law differs across Canada.
By Dierk Ullrich, Grant Foster, Cara Chu
Once Bill 24 has received Royal Assent, it will come into force by regulation.
By Ashen Jugoo, Katy-Lynne Kay, Margo-Ann Werner
This consultation paper calls for comments from the public once again on the Draft Notice and which are to be submitted to NERSA by 24 May 2019.
By Norm Keith
Workplace safety has taken on a whole new legal risk with the Westray Bill, now in place for 15 years.
By Carla Oliver
When one thinks of a hazard at a workplace what may come to mind are falls from heights or getting caught in a pinch point of industrial machinery.
By David Marchione
As we move closer to the January 1, 2020 implementation timeline the WSIB has put in place for its new Rate Framework, the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board continues to release information about the new program ...
By Emilie Bundock
The Court of Appeal also decided to look into the issue of control, more specifically the criterion used by the trial judge to determine control.
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