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By Paul Davis, Allison Vale
On October 24, 2016, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) and British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC, together with the OSC, the "Commissions") released their joint reasons relating to the proposed private placement undertaken by Dolly Varden Silver Corporation
By Julie Han, Tayleigh Armstrong
On November 16, 2016, the Ontario Ministry of Government and Consumer Services posted the Fall 2016 report of the Business Law Advisory Council, which was formed by the MGCS in March 2016 to put forward recommendations for modernizing Ontario's corporate and commercial statutes.
By Bruce Chapple, Sean Brandreth, Adriana Rudensky, Joshua Freedman (Student-at-Law)
In March 2016, Ontario's Ministry of Government and Consumer Services established a new Business Law Advisory Council, which was tasked with putting forward recommendations for modernizing Ontario's corporate and commercial statutes.
By Paul Davis, Laura Fraser
Under the Plan of Arrangement, Exxon would acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of InterOil for US$2.3 billion.
By Janine MacNeil
The questionnaire builds on the CFIA's prior phases of engagement in connection with the Food Labelling Modernization initiative.
By Janine MacNeil, Joshua Freedman (Student-at-Law)
Thus, from a marketing perspective, this year's Grey Cup represented a significant opportunity for Canadian businesses to increase the exposure of their brands to consumers.
By Kyle Lambert, Shauna Cant, Student-at-Law
Bill 70, which received first reading on November 16, 2016, creates the structure for the FSRA.
By Katherine Reilly, Dharampreet Dhillon (Articled Student)
Solicitor-client privilege and litigation privilege are well understood to be conceptually distinct concepts
By Kyle Lambert, Lyndsay Wasser
On November 8, 2016, Ontario Pooled Registered Pension Plans Act, 2015 ("PRPP Act") and its regulations came into force. We previously commented on this anticipated legislation here.
By Katherine Reilly, Ravipal Bains
The parties agreed verbally that Rosati would manage the company while Mennillo would provide the financing.
By John Clifford, Stephen Rigby, Sean Brandreth, Alex Ricchetti
However, the phrase likely extends to both legal and beneficial interests in land.
By Ronald Petersen, Anna Lichty (Articling Student)
In the recent decision, 3716724 Canada Inc. v Carleton Condominium Corporation No. 375, the Ontario Court of Appeal found that the "business judgment rule" applies to decisions of boards of condominium corporations.
By John Clifford, Alexandre Koch
On November 9th, 2016, the Government of Quebec released into the Quebec Official Gazette the final version of amendments to the Regulation respecting the language of commerce and business.
By Carl Irvine, Joshua Freedman (Student-at-Law)
On November 14, 2016, as part of its fall fiscal update, the Government of Ontario announced a number of changes to the Land Transfer Tax.
By Guy Pinsonnault, Pierre-Christian Collins Hoffman
The Supreme Court of Canada clarified that there is only one test that a court must apply when assessing whether a joint submission on sentence should be rejected, namely the "public interest test".
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