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By Helen Friedman
In past blogs, my colleague, Patricia Forte, has tracked the case law on the state of "diminished value" claims in Ontario.
By Brian Kaliel Q.C.
A twice-monthly current awareness service reviewing recent cases on land use, marketing boards, environment issues, creditor rights, animals, grain, import/export and other matters in an agricultural context.
By Chad Eggerman
In Western Canada "energy" is often considered to be mainly petroleum, oil & natural gas. "Energy" is not often thought of as including electricity generation, as it might be in other jurisdictions.
By David Krebs
The one-year anniversary of the European General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") has nearly arrived, and there is much buzz about the impact, the level of compliance of European organizations
By David Tang
The Ontario Government's introduction of More Homes, More Choice Act, 2019 ("Bill 108" or the "Bill") will significantly change how planning and development decisions will be made, opposed, reconsidered and ultimately adjudicated upon. Bill 108 restores key elements of the...
By Gerry Argento, LL.M.
Le devoir du donneur d'ouvrage d'informer sur les risques d'un produit
By Mark Alexander
In reasons dated April 1, 2019, a Master of the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench summarily determined that a contractual limitation of liability clause served to limit the Plaintiff's damages against a fire protection contractor to the cost of the inspection
By Sarah Fitzpatrick
We previously reported on how British Columbia may become the first jurisdiction in Canada to permit benefit corporations. A private member's bill (Bill M 216) on benefit corporations was introduced in the 2018 Legislative Session
By David Krebs, Luanne Schlosser, Eric S. Charleston
As we discussed in a recent blog post on this important issue, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada ("OPC") ...
By Brian Kaliel Q.C.
Saskatchewan Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal from the decision of a Chambers justice who refused to grant the application of farmers for relief from forfeiture by postponing a Lessor's
By Jennifer Corak
One's choice of estate trustee, attorney for property and attorney for personal care is an important one. An estate trustee faces the responsibility of administering your estate in accordance with your Will(s) following your passing
By François Garneau, Isabella Gallo
In October 2018, a new majority government was elected in Québec. Since then
By Kelly Harris, Eugenia Bouras
Hudson's Bay Company has agreed to pay an administrative monetary penalty of $4,000,000 and $500,000 towards Competition Bureau
By Miller Thomson LLP
With the tabling of its federal Budget ("Budget 2019"), the Federal Government (the "Government") has renewed its commitment to "investing" in the Canadian middle class
By Sarah Fitzpatrick
In 2017, Canadian finance ministers entered into an Agreement to Strengthen Beneficial Ownership Transparency. The finance ministers agreed to introduce certain safeguards
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