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By Paul Boshyk, Gordana Ivanovic, Alexis Lemajic
Effective September 1, 2019, the latest amendments to Alberta's Employment Standards Code (the legislation that prescribes minimum standards of employment in provincially-regulated workplaces) and its Regulation will...
By Geoffrey Kubrick, Jonathan O'Hara, Chris Scheitterlein
The amendments aim to make Canada's regulatory regime compliant with international obligations under the Arms Trade Treaty.
By Talia Gordner
The Province's end goal is to make producers responsible for the end-of-life management of their products.
By Kristen Pennington
On August 14, 2019, the federal government launched a new cybersecurity certification program aimed at helping
By Yongchong Mao
On May 31, 2019, as one of the main areas of focus of the ongoing work on the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting ("BEPS") project, Members of the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS ("Framework")
By Tilaye Terrefe, Keith Bird
It is official – Canada's new Patent Rules will come into force on October 30, 2019. The new Patent Rules were published on July 10, 2019 in Canada Gazette Part II, Vol. 153, No. 14.
By Kyle Lambert, Shari Munk-Manel
Federally regulated employers should be advised that many of the federal government's sweeping changes to the Canada Labour Code
By Adam Chisholm, Michael Burns, Kosta Kostic
Cryptocurrency is not necessarily a "security" under Canadian securities law.
By Michael Friedman, Ehsan Wahidie
Budget 2019 proposed new rules to combat tax strategies employed by certain mutual fund trusts to disproportionately allocate capital gains to redeeming
By Paul Boshyk
Ontario's Court of Appeal has issued an important decision – in Mikelsteins v. Morrison Hershfield Limited – that draws a clear distinction between employment rights and shareholder rights.
By Kyle Lambert
The Ontario Court of Appeal has confirmed in a recent decision that an employee's duty to mitigate following a without cause termination does not require the employee
By Ryan Gallagher, François Tougas, Lucia Stuhldreier, Grace Shaw
Canadian Pacific Railway ("CP") has significantly reduced its operating ratio in the past few years.
By Stephanie Hamelin, Yassin Gagnon-Djalo
In recent years, many authors have analyzed the law of franchise in Québec. Being one of the few provinces in which no specific laws have been enacted until today
By Michael Burns, Jess Dimroci (Summer Law Student)
The Ontario Securities Commission ("OSC") recently announced two important changes to certain regulatory requirements applicable to registrants as part of its initiative to reduce the regulatory
By Samantha Gordon
The federal government has passed Bill C-97, which amends the Canada Business Corporations Act ("CBCA"). The Bill received Royal Assent on June 21, 2019.
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