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Jack Pot: Winners Of Provincial Lottery Set To Open First Ontario Cannabis Stores Today
Those municipalities that opted in or were deemed to opt in are now faced with navigating the complex retail cannabis regime.
Canada
12 Apr 2019
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Court Of Appeal Rejects The Existence Of A Tort Of Harassment
The Court of Appeal for Ontario has denied the existence of a freestanding tort of harassment.
Canada
29 Mar 2019
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The Cannabis Conundrum: To Opt In Or Out Of The Retail Cannabis Regime
Since October 17, 2018, Ontario residents have been able to legally purchase recreational cannabis online through the Ontario Cannabis Retail Corporation, a Crown corporation operating as the OCS...
Canada
17 Jan 2019
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Weed Control: A Municipality's Role In The Legalization Of Recreational Cannabis
Municipalities across Canada will be at the frontlines in the implementation and enforcement of new cannabis legislation that comes into effect this week.
Canada
18 Oct 2018
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Municipality Successful In Relying On 10-Day Notice Period In Claim Involving A Minor
In the recent decision of Azzeh v Legendre, 2017 ONCA 385, the Ontario Court of Appeal canvassed the law relating to limitation and notice periods in the context of claims initiated by minor plaintiffs.
Canada
14 Jul 2017
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Court Of Appeal For Ontario Overturns Finding Of Negligent Investigation 495793 Ontario Ltd (Central Auto Parts) V Barclay, 2016 Onca 656
The Court of Appeal for Ontario recently canvassed the law relating to the tort of negligent police investigations and confirmed the "general rule" that expert evidence will be necessary...
Canada
19 Oct 2016
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No "Near Miss" On Offers To Settle Timing, But Discretion On Costs Rests With Trial Judge
There is no "near miss" allowed on the timing of offers to settle under Rule 49.10 of the Rules of Civil Procedure, but residual discretion always rests with the trial judge in awarding costs...
Canada
21 Jan 2016
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Superior Court Decision Confirms Long-Term Disability Payments May Be Deductible From Awards For Income Loss
A recent ruling by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Mazzucco et al v Herer et al confirms that long-term disability ("LTD") benefits may be deductible from awards for income loss.
Canada
10 Dec 2015
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