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By Peter Glossop, Riyaz Dattu
In the face of protectionist rhetoric emanating from the new United States administration, Canadian businesses shouldbe concerned over the impact of the proposed NAFTA renegotiations.
By Osler's Tax Group
The Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance (the Minister), tabled the Liberal government's second budget on March 22, 2017 (Budget 2017).
By Mark Gelowitz
In Chuang v Toyota Canada Inc. and Meridian Credit Union Limited v Baig, the Court of Appeal for Ontario dismissed motions to re-open appeals brought by unsuccessful appellants.
By Mark Gelowitz
On March 1, 2017, the Court of Appeal for Ontario adopted a new Practice Directions Concerning Civil and Criminal Appeals at the Court of Appeal.
By Mark Gelowitz
In Avery v. Pointes Protection Association, the Ontario Divisional Court held that when reviewing an application for leave to appeal...
By Mark Gelowitz
In R v Shafia, the Court of Appeal for Ontario refused to admit evidence proffered, for the first time on appeal, to establish that the trial court lacked jurisdiction to try an appellant...
By Elliot Smith, Jacob Sadikman, Richard King
On March 2, 2017, the Government of Ontario released highlights of its "Fair Hydro Plan" (the Plan), significantly reducing the price of electricity for many groups in Ontario and expanding opportunities...
By Jeremy Fraiberg, Donald Gilchrist, Douglas Marshall, Robert Yalden
The Supreme Court of Yukon recently issued its reasons for approving Exxon Mobil's acquisition of InterOil [PDF], which closed on February 22, 2017.
By Christopher Naudie
In 2016, the Commissioner of Competition (the Commissioner) pursued another year of aggressive criminal enforcement in Canada.
By Jason Comerford, Robert Lando, Amma Anaman
As a result, all Canadian issuers filing reports with the SEC will be required to include financial statements in XBRL format,
By Alan Hutchison
The past few years have not been kind to mineral exploration companies. In the face of uncertain commodity prices ...
By Robert Yalden, Niko Veilleux, Christopher Greenaway
On February 21, 2017, the Government of Québec (the Government) released a Plan to Strengthen the Québec Economy as an Executive-Driven Economy (the Plan).
By Nathaniel Lipkus
The Federal Court of Canada recently upheld Health Canada's denial of approval of a generic hormone replacement product (progesterone) submitted by Apotex
By Paul Seraganian, Ramin Wright
Amid the swirling political winds of the early days of the Trump administration, there is growing speculation that the President may throw his support behind the House Republican Conference's...
By Mark Gelowitz
In Skunk v Ketash, the Court of Appeal for Ontario found that an order dismissing a summary judgment motion was interlocutory.
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