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Fairness And Transparency In Large Project Public Procurement
At the core of any procurement are two fundamental elements: the description of what bidders are required to submit as a bid,
25 Mar 2019
Le Canada conclut un accord de libre-échange avec la Corée du Sud
Le 11 mars 2014, le premier ministre Harper et le président Park Geun Hye de la République de Corée ont annoncé l'aboutissement des négociations sur un nouvel accord de libre-échange (ALE) entre le Canada et la Corée.
19 Mar 2019
Target Benefit Plans: A New Proposed Plan Design Option For Federally-Regulated Employers
On October 19, 2016, the federal government introduced Bill C-27 which, if passed, will permit federally-regulated employers to establish single-employer and multi-employer target benefit plans.
9 Nov 2016
Upcoming Changes In Québec Public Procurements
On November 11, 2015, the Québec Government announced a Draft Regulation to amend the implementing regulations of the Act Respecting Contracting by Public Bodies with respect to supply contracts...
27 Nov 2015
New Integrity Framework - Changes To Canada's Integrity Rules For Procurement
On July 3, 2015, the Government of Canada introduced a new "Integrity Regime" for procurement and real property transactions to overhaul the former Integrity Framework.
14 Jul 2015
Relaunching The Northern Plan: Introduction Of The Bill To Establish The Société Du Plan Nord
The Government of Québec confirmed its intention to relaunch the Northern Plan by introducing Bill 11, An Act respecting the Société du Plan Nord, on September 30, 2014.
3 Nov 2014
Canada Overhauls Its Offsets Program
PWGSC and the Department of National Defence recently announced the launch of a new Defence Procurement Strategy.
9 May 2014
PWGSC Integrity Provision Updates
On July 11, 2012, Public Works and Government Services Canada released updates to its integrity provisions surrounding procurement and real property transactions.
11 Oct 2013
Bill N° 1: Integrity In Public Contracts Act
On December 7, 2012, the National Assembly of Quebec unanimously adopted Bill no 1, the Integrity in Public Contracts Act (the "Integrity Act").
26 Dec 2012
Construction Contract Clear: Government Was Owner But Not Constructor
Where a 143-page contract made clear that a contractor was the "constructor" under health and safety legislation, the Yukon government, as owner of the project, was not the constructor, the Supreme Court of Yukon has decided.
26 Nov 2012
Judges Of The TAQ Asking For More Pay
The Saint-Jean-Baptiste long weekend ended with frustration for judges sitting on the Tribunal Administratif du Quebec(TAQ).
9 Jul 2012
Off-Site Levies 2012 - A Status Report
The cost of roadway infrastructure included by the City of Edmonton in its offsite levy program is in the order of $3.0 Billion.
27 Jun 2012
The Open For Business Act: Bill 68 – An Act To Promote Ontario As Open For Business By Amending Or Repealing Certain Acts - Enacted As: Chapter 16 Of The Statutes Of Ontario, 2010
Bill 68 – An Act to promote Ontario as open for business by amending or repealing certain Acts (the "Open for Business Act") received Royal Assent on October 25, 2010.
20 May 2011
Governing Law Clauses: Just Jurisdiction, An Evolving Area Of Law In Ontario - Updated 2011, Presented To The CCLA Solicitors' Conference, May 2011
So, you have your contract negotiated and drafted and you may even have a jurisdiction clause, choice of law clause or both; but what will happen if disputes arise down the road?
18 May 2011
FMC’s Overview of Significant Developments in the Canadian Energy Industry - November, 2005
Canadian Natural Resources announced that it will invest $25 billion over the next fifteen years in the Alberta oilsands. Less than a year after going ahead with the $10.8 billion Horizon Oilsands Project, the Calgary-based company’s investment would represent the largest in the oilsands to date. The company plans to expedite the Horizon Project, which was projected to produce 232,000 bpd of oil by 2011, and add two new phases to the Project to push total output of synthetic crude to approximate
31 Jan 2006
D.I.M.S. Construction Inc. (Trustee Of) - CSST Assessments and Salaries: the "Hold Back" No Longer Protects Property Owners and General Contractors
Section 54 of an Act respecting labor relations, vocational training and manpower management in the construction industry (Quebec) and section 316 of the an Act respecting industrial accidents and occupational diseases (Quebec) are infamous among general contractor and property owners in the Quebec construction industry. These sections hold the general contractor and occasionally the property owner solidairily liable with their sub-contractors for the salaries and CSST assets payable by the latt
19 Oct 2005
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