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By Nicholas Baker
Removing straitjackets, and widening the potential scope of parent company liability for a subsidiary's actions
By Julia Ferreira
On March 13, 2019, the Ministry of Finance proposed changes to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule ("SABS") under the Insurance Act
By Madeline McKinnon
On July 17, 2019, the Law Commission of Ontario ("LCO") released its final report, Class Actions: Objectives, Experience and Reforms.
By Jennifer Costin
The case of Joseph v. Tecumseh Community Development Corporation (2019 HRTO 635) is a good reminder that the process of accommodating human rights in the workplace is a cooperative one, requiring effort and...
By Mary Lou Brady
Are you one of the growing numbers of Canadian employers who are reluctant to provide employment references for former employees?
By Jennifer Costin
More often than not, the employer asserts frustration of the employment contract when an employee is absent on a lengthy medical leave and there is little prospect of a return to work in the foreseeable future.
By Paula Lombardi
The company's name will also be added to the Environmental Offenders Registry.
By Paula Lombardi
On November 26, 2018 ENvironnement JEUnesse ("ENJEU[1]") filed an application for authorization against the Government of Canada to bring a class action on behalf of all Quebec residents aged 35
By Michael Connell
A July 2, 2019, judgment of the Environmental Review Tribunal in Alizadeh v. Ontario (Environment, Conservation and Parks), 2019 CanLII 62106 (ON ERT), confirms that corporate officers and directors
By Michael Connell
On July 3, 2019, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks ("MECP") posted its notice of decision with respect to regulations to govern the closure of the White Pines Wind
By Chantal DeSereville
Last week, the Ontario Court of Appeal released its decision in Reference re Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act, 2019 ONCA 544 on the constitutionality of the federal carbon pricing scheme.
By Maciek Piekosz
After a car crash, your Ontario auto insurance should pay for medical care expenses, rehabilitation, attendant care, and lost wages, amongst other things.
By Paula Lombardi
Today, Ontario's Court of Appeal found that the Federal Government's Carbon scheme is constitutional, "regulatory in nature", and "not a tax."
By Michael Connell
On June 21, 2019, Bill C-68, the Amended Fisheries Act, received Royal Assent and became law. The most significant change to the Act is reflected in subsection 2.1(b) of the new purpose clause:
By Michael Connell
In Ontario, the Nutrient Management Act, 2002 (the "NMA") regulates the management of manure generated from livestock as well as the application of manure and other fertilizer to fields in order to protect the environment and human health.
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