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By Ian C. Matthews
In Lillydale Cooperative Limited v. Meyn Canada Inc., the Court of Appeal for Ontario explained that the running of the 2-year period for a defendant to issue a third party ...
By Charles Malone, Melissa Smith
Beginning on January 1, 2020, all public corporations incorporated under the Canada Business Corporations Act (the CBCA) will be subject to expanded diversity disclosure requirements.
By Christopher Bredt, Pierre Gemson, Veronica Sjolin
The Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) has given effect to important new protections for journalistic source information in Denis v. Côté, 2019 SCC 44,...
By Omar K. Madhany
On September 27, 2019, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that Vancouver-based Westport Fuel Systems Inc. (Westport)
By Breanna Needham, Heather Webster
The recent decision of Justice Fothergill of the Federal Court in Rooke v Canada (Health) confirms that self-represented individuals cannot act in a representative capacity in class actions.
By Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
On October 1, 2019 amendments to Ontario's Construction Act will take effect and will create a series of new legal rights and obligations for parties involved in construction projects in Ontario.
By Lorelle Binnion
Recently an interesting summary judgment decision on a wrongful dismissal case was released in Alberta. In Belanger v. Western Ventilation Products Ltd. (Belanger), 2019 ABQB 571
By Lisa Hiebert, Randall Lau
Effective November 1, 2019, amendments to the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. B-3 (the BIA) and the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-36 (the CCAA)...
By James Fu
Imagine being told that you owe someone nine years' salary and benefits. And that person had no duty to mitigate their damages. And that effectively means you owe that person more than $1 million.
By Duncan Marsden
Quite often the concept of what constitutes "the workplace" or "work-related activities" is relevant in Canada in determining whether an employer has liability for the acts of its employees.
By David Di Paolo, Caitlin Sainsbury, Maureen Doherty, Graham Splawski
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) released final amendments to National Instrument 31-103, intended to "enhance the client-registrant relationship".
By Éloïse Gratton, François Joli-Coeur
The authors of the Report surveyed companies across the globe to determine privacy governance trends. The Report aims to understand the structure of businesses' privacy programs
By Jesse Vreeken, Jordan Hulecki
On July 26, 2019, Alberta's newly-formed government announced their intention to return to an energy-only electricity market.1 The announcement signalled the end of the previous ...
By Wendy Whelan, Rebecca Bush, John Hunter
In D.S. v. Quesnelle the Ontario Superior Court held that the cap on general damages of $100,000 set by the "trilogy" Supreme Court of Canada cases did not apply to intentional torts.
By Brad Hallowell
On August 30, 2019, the Ontario Court of Appeal dismissed the employer's appeal in Andros v. Colliers Macaulay Nicolls Inc. (Andros),1 thereby affirming the motion judge's finding ...
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