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By Stefanie Di Francesco
On January 1, 2017, amendments to the personal emergency leave provisions of the ESA came into force for the auto industry...
By Dave McKechnie, Bettina Xue (Student-at-Law)
In a recent decision,1 the Ontario Superior Court of Justice clarified two important aspects of employment law: (1) what is required for conduct to constitute a resignation from employment...
By Joan Young, Natalie Cuthill, Tiffany Misri, Articled Student
Workplace conduct which results in injuries, including mental health injuries, to an employee can be covered by workers compensation legislation in certain cases.
By Kyle Lambert
We published a bulletin last November advising that Ontario's Pooled Registered Pension Plans Act, 2015 and its Regulations had come into force.
By Dave McKechnie, Paul Boshyk
In 2015, we reported on a controversial lower court decision from Alberta that significantly expanded employee rights to receive payment of unvested long-term incentive compensation following termination of employment.
By Dave McKechnie, Mikolaj Niski, Student-at-Law
Aro proposed to Polard that he reduce his hours for a period of 6 months.
By Greg McIlwain, Paul Collins, David Zhou, Laura Fraser
On November 15, 2016, the Alberta Court of Appeal overturned a lower court decision that would have required Alberta Oilsands Inc. to obtain approval of its shareholders to the acquisition of Marquee Energy Ltd. . . .
By Robin Junger, Joan Young, Ruth Nieuwenhuis
There is a common misconception that the Crown's duty to consult aboriginal peoples is unstructured and uncertain, and a related misconception that the government consistently loses legal challenges on this basis.
By Kyle Lambert
Two recent decisions, one from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and another from the B.C. Supreme Court, provide employers with further insight into what is required...
By Darcy Ammerman, Anna Lichty (Articling Student)
Guideline E-23 seeks to establish a common standard for enterprise-wide model risk management to ensure that relevant institutions of all sizes, complexity and risk profile...
By Dave McKechnie, Bettina Xue (Student-at-Law)
In a recent decision,[1] the Ontario Superior Court of Justice clarified two important aspects of employment law: (1) what is required for conduct to constitute a resignation from employment and . . .
By Dr. A. Neil Campbell, James Musgrove, François Tougas, Joshua Chad, Joshua Freedman (Student-at-Law)
The Guidelines represent a potentially meaningful shift in the Government's approach to national security reviews that should be welcomed by the investment community.
By Cara Zacks
The plaintiff alleged that the defendants misused a power of attorney, depriving the plaintiff of repayment of a shareholder loan.
By Stephen Wortley, Patty Shao, Ravipal Bains, Audrey Luo
The statement was followed by further communication from SAFE, and other developments to slow renminbi (RMB) outflows...
By Adriana Rudensky, Sean Brandreth, William Lee (Student-at-Law)
Ontario's Healthy Menu Choices Act, 2015 (the "Act") and its regulation (the "Regulation") came into force on January 1, 2017.
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