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Doing Business In Canada 2019
Canada's legal system is based on English common law, applied in nine provinces and three territories; and French civil law ...
Canada
16 Nov 2018
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Ontario Court Of Appeal: Two-Year Limitation Period For The Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments
This case means that foreign judgment creditors must act quickly to seek enforcement of judgments in Ontario.
Canada
24 May 2017
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The Impact Of The Supreme Court Of Canada's Decision In The Case Of Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois In The Context Of Individual And Collective Labour Relations
In October 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada rendered an interesting decision in a case opposing a Université Laval student, Jean-François Morasse, and Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, one of the main spokespersons for the "Maple Spring" movement and representative of a coalition of student organizations named the "CLASSE".
Canada
13 Mar 2017
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Superior Court Decision Offers Helpful Guidance In Pre-Certification Communications
On November 30th the Superior Court released its decision in de Muelenaere v Great Gulf Homes Limited.
Canada
8 Dec 2015
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Case Update: Newfoundland And Labrador Decision Challenges Provincial Jurisdiction Over Polar Bears
Based on the evidence at trial, and his own research, the Court held that the provincial government lacked jurisdiction over polar bears, which are marine mammals and therefore fall under the exclusive jurisdiction of the federal government.
Canada
11 Sep 2015
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Newfoundland And Labrador Decision Challenges Provincial Jurisdiction Over Polar Bears
On March 17, 2012 Darrell Kirby Turnbull, in defence of himself and his family, shot and killed a polar bear on the sea ice outside of Seal Cove, near Meadow Island, Labrador.
Canada
13 Mar 2015
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Yaiguaje v. Chevron Corporation: Enforcing An Ecuadorian Judgment Against A U.S. Company In Ontario
In Yaiguaje v. Chevron Corp, 2013 ONCA 758, the Ontario Court of Appeal affirmed that an Ontario court has the power to recognize and enforce a judgment for approximately US $9.51 billion rendered by Ecuador’s National Court of Justice against Chevron Corporation ("Chevron"), and its Canadian subsidiary, Chevron Canada Limited ("Chevron Canada"), which was not a party to the Ecuadorian action.
Canada
27 Feb 2014
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"Safai v. Bruce N. Huntley Contracting Ltd.", 2010 ONCA 545
In this recent decision, the Court of Appeal considered the application of limitation periods and the "discoverability rule" in relation to a slip and fall accident that resulted in claims involving both a property owner and a maintenance contractor.
Canada
25 Oct 2010
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The Supreme Court Of Canada Rules That Collective Bargaining Is Protected By The “Charter”
In a landmark decision widely heralded as one of the greatest victories of the labour movement in recent memory, the Supreme Court of Canada held on June 8, 2007 that collective bargaining is a fundamental right protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms’ (the “Charter”) guarantee of freedom of association.
Canada
4 Dec 2007
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