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A Primer On Canadian Sanctions Legislation - May 13, 2019
Canada, like other major jurisdictions, has a broad range of economic and financial sanctions targeting foreign states and their nationals, as well as various terrorist organizations.
Canada
28 May 2019
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Canada Imposes Sanctions Against Saudi Arabian Nationals
On November 29, 2018, Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs announced sanctions against 17 Saudi Arabian nationals.
Canada
10 Dec 2018
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A Primer On Canadian Sanctions Legislation
Canada, like other major jurisdictions, has a broad range of economic and financial sanctions targeting foreign states and their nationals, as well as various terrorist organizations.
Canada
7 Dec 2018
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New Canadian Sanctions Legislation In Effect: Sergei Magnitsky Law
On November 3, 2017, the Government of Canada introduced regulations under the recently enacted Justice for Victims of Corrupt Foreign Officials Act (Sergei Magnitsky Law) (SML) imposing an asset freeze ...
Canada
10 Nov 2017
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First Step To Re-Engagement: Canada Rolls Back Iranian Sanctions
Perhaps Canada's most significant changes are its removal of its broad financial services prohibitions, as well as the prohibition on making investments in Iranian based entities.
Canada
12 Feb 2016
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A Primer On Canadian Sanctions Legislation
On February 20, 2014, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced that targeted economic sanctions against the Ukrainian government will be introduced under the "Special Economic Measures Act".
Canada
25 Feb 2014
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Fraud And Freezing Orders - Obligations Of Banks In Dealing With Client Accounts
In this bulletin, we address certain situations in which a bank may, or must, deal with a client's account without the client's consent.
Canada
7 Apr 2009
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WTO Panel Rules Against Chinese Tariff On Imported Auto Parts
On July 18, 2008, a World Trade Organization dispute settlement panel found that China's tariff on imported auto parts violated WTO law, in particular, the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
China
14 Jan 2009
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Proposed Class Proceeding Concerning Credit Card Interest Dismissed Before Certification
Credit card interest and freedom of contract recently came under scrutiny in a proposed class action, which was dismissed following a decision from the B.C. Court of Appeal.
Canada
 
17 Jul 2007
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