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By Brittany Scott
On June 1, 2018, the Government of Alberta passed the Remediation Certificate Amendment Regulation by Order in Council.
By Pat Haughian
As the October 17th date for the legalization of cannabis in Canada grows nearer, steps are actively being taken by producers, prospective retailers, and the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission ("AGLC") to ensure that they are adequately prepared for business.
By Marie-Pier Leduc, Eric Appelt
In an effort to attract both individuals and businesses to untapped markets of the North, the Government of the Northwest Territories continues to revise and improve the Northwest Territories Nominee Program ("NTNP").
By Nathaniel Brenneis
Recent high-profile decisions from across Canada demonstrate that the Courts are increasingly applying a standard of reasonableness when reviewing the decisions of professional regulators.
By James Lingwood
It has been two months since Bill 30 came into force and dramatically changed the legal landscape facing employers in the Province of Alberta.
By Sarah Levine
Many people are likely familiar with terms like defamation, libel, or slander from hearing them in the media or on television.
By Karen Platten
For many individuals in Alberta, living in a relationship of interdependence (a common law relationship) without the benefit of marriage is a choice
By Peter Major QC, Jonathan Kikuchi
Commercial litigation is almost invariably expensive and time consuming. No one should embark on commencing a lawsuit for financial damages ...
By JoAnn Jamieson, Sarah Levine
The modernization of the Indian Oil and Gas regulatory regime - a federal government initiative that began over a decade ago - appears to finally be materializing.
By Michael Barbero, Gavin Fitch, Q.C.
Bill 13, An Act to Secure Alberta's Electricity Future, has received Royal Assent. Bill 13 sets out significant changes to electrical generation and distribution in Alberta ...
By Marie-Pier Leduc
On June 1, 2018, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) implemented a temporary public policy regarding medical inadmissibility and the excessive demand on health and social services.
By Erin Beth Crosley, Ainslie Fowler
In Funk v. Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company, 2018 ABCA 200, the Court of Appeal overturned the Court of Queen's Bench decision which held that physical contact with an "unidentified automobile" was not required to qualify for coverage under the SEF No. 44 Endorsement ("SEF 44" or "Endorsement") because it went against public policy.
By Bryan Kwan, Richard Wong, Rebecca Benic
After a false start in January, the Government of Alberta has now unveiled its revised Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP).
By David Myrol
The Alberta government recently released its June 2018 electronic newsletter which contains a number of links to interpretational bulletins on questions many organizations are now facing...
By Ainslie Fowler, Peter Major QC
Plaintiffs sometimes determine that the rules and remedies afforded to them to acquire or preserve evidence and assets in the regular course of litigation are inadequate.
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