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Trudeau, Ford Give Canada Day Cannabis Gifts: New Rules For Edibles And Retail Licensing In Ontario
As Canadians start to wind down for the summer holidays, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ontario Premier Doug Ford have gifted retailers and consumers with new and expansive changes to the recreational cannabis regime.
Canada
17 Jul 2019
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Start Shredding: The Ultimate Limitation Period Is About To Extinguish Claims
The Limitations Act, 2002 ("Act") has been in force since January 1, 2004. However, section 15 of the Act, which establishes an ultimate limitation period of fifteen years, has not yet had any practical impact.
Canada
5 Dec 2018
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A Warning To Contractors And A Lesson For Regulators: Enforcement And Penalties Under The Consumer Protection Act
Virtually every regulator engages in some form of consumer protection. Concerns relating to false billing, misleading advertising, and the failure to deliver products and services can be found in nearly...
Canada
27 Jun 2017
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Ontario (Attorney General) v Fraser
In this case, the Supreme Court of Canada upheld the constitutionality of Ontario’s special labour relations regime for agricultural workers.
Canada
19 May 2011
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Seidel v TELUS Communications Inc
In this case the Supreme Court of Canada permitted a proposed representative plaintiff ("Seidel") to proceed with a class action against TELUS Communications Inc. ("TELUS") despite an arbitration clause in the parties’ contract.
Canada
26 Apr 2011
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Celgene Corp. v. Canada (Attorney General)
In this case, the Supreme Court of Canada upheld a regulatory board’s decision to interpret its statutory mandate with reliance on a consumer protection purpose.
Canada
25 Feb 2011
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Shoppers Drug Mart Inc. v. Ontario
In this case three judges of the Divisional Court ruled invalid two Ontario regulations which purported to prevent the sale of "private label" generic drugs.
Canada
25 Feb 2011
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A Fair Share?
The movie cliché of the red-faced father slamming polished mahogany and declaring his daughter "will get nothing!" because she is marrying an unacceptable suitor may become a thing of the past. In Canadian movies, anyhow.
Canada
9 Nov 2010
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