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Court Of Appeal Unanimously Rules Against B.C. Blocking Trans Mountain Pipeline
On May 24, 2019, the British Columbia Court of Appeal decided unanimously that B.C.'s proposed amendments to the Environmental Management Act (Proposed Law) regarding the Trans Mountain
Canada
10 Jun 2019
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B.C. Supreme Court Extends Arbitration Agreement To Non-Signatories
In Northwestpharmacy.com Inc. v. Yates, the B.C. Supreme Court upheld an application by the defendants to stay legal proceedings in favour of arbitration, despite the fact that the defendants themselves...
Canada
1 Dec 2017
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Supreme Court Rejects First Nation's Spiritual Objection To Ski Resort
Shuswap parted ways with the Ktunaxa and expressed their support for the project in 2004.
Canada
6 Nov 2017
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Accessing Justice From Your Smartphone: The Civil Resolution Tribunal
Starting June 1, 2017, certain small claims disputes will be adjudicated online rather than in a traditional courtroom in British Columbia, thanks to the CRT, the first online tribunal of its kind in Canada.
Canada
19 Apr 2017
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Northern Gateway Project Approval Quashed Due To Inadequate Consultation
In its recent decision in Gitxaala Nation v. Canada, the Federal Court of Appeal (Court) quashed federal approval of the proposed Northern Gateway Project (Project).
Canada
11 Jul 2016
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B.C. Court Of Appeal Confirms No Cause Of Action For Cellular "System Access Fees" Claim
In 1985, when cellular telephones were introduced in Canada, the federal Department of Communications (DOC) required individual cellphone users to apply and pay for an annual "radio license fee."
Canada
11 Jun 2015
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B.C. Court Of Appeal Affirms Refusal To Certify Business Practices And Consumer Protection Act Claims
The Marshall case is a recent example of the B.C. courts refusing to certify consumer protection class actions where they do not satisfy the statutory requirements for certification.
Canada
10 Jun 2015
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Ontario Can "Take Up" Lands Under Treaty 3 Without Seeking Federal Approval
The Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in the Keewatin case, confirming that Ontario can "take up" lands in Treaty 3 without requiring federal government preapproval.
Canada
14 Jul 2014
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Supreme Court Of Canada Releases Landmark Aboriginal Title Case
The Supreme Court of Canada released its unanimous decision in the Tsilhqot’in Nation v. British Columbia case (generally known as the Roger William case).
Canada
7 Jul 2014
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Sanctions Update: Canada's Ban On Trade With Iran
In its most recent sanctions measures, Canada has imposed a nearly complete ban on imports from and exports to Iran.
Canada
13 Jun 2013
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Doing Business In Cuba: Understanding Canada's Blocking Legislation
Canadian corporations with U.S. ownership or affiliates must navigate inconsistent requirements related to doing business in Cuba.
Canada
28 Feb 2013
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Court Confirms B.C. Securities Commission Jurisdiction Over Insider Trading Activity Occurring Outside Province
On November 16, 2011, the British Columbia Court of Appeal (the Court) released its decision in Kegam Kevin Torudag v. British Columbia (Securities Commission), confirming that the British Columbia Securities Commission has jurisdiction over insider trading activity taking place outside the province by non-residents of British Columbia.
Canada
22 Nov 2011
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Court Declares Proceeds Of Crime (Money Laundering) And Terrorist Financing Act Inapplicable To Legal Profession
In its recent decision in "Federation of Law Societies of Canada v. Canada (Attorney General)", the British Columbia Supreme Court (the Court) affirmed the importance of the solicitor-client relationship, and declared certain federal legislation unconstitutional because it would have interfered with that relationship.
Canada
22 Nov 2011
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B.C. Court Of Appeal Refuses To Expand Shimco Builders Lien Liability
On January 27, 2011, the British Columbia Court of Appeal (the Court) released its decision in Wah Fai Plumbing & Heating Inc. v. Ma. In its decision, the Court refused to expand the reasoning in the Shimco case, resolving some of the uncertainty that many legal commentators have objected to and reinforcing the importance of making timely lien claims.
Canada
20 Mar 2011
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B.C. Court Of Appeal Refuses To Expand Shimco Builders Lien Liability
On January 27, 2011, the British Columbia Court of Appeal (the Court) released its decision in Wah Fai Plumbing & Heating Inc. v. Ma.
Canada
14 Mar 2011
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