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By Bryan Buttigieg
Two recent Ontario Provincial Court decisions highlight the increasing importance that the Courts, the Ministry of Labour, employers and employees are placing on the need to protect workers...
By Greg Bush, Nadya Tymochenko
On November 15, 2016, Bill 37, the Protecting Students Act ("Act"), passed third reading in the Ontario legislature.
By Imran Ahmad
In recent years, cyberattacks have been steadily increasing in sophistication, frequency and magnitude – with the media reporting, what appears to be, a major cyberattack on an almost weekly basis.
By Troy McEachren
Article XXI(7) of the Treaty provides that where a Canadian donor makes a donation to a U.S. charity, the donor is entitled to claim a donation tax credit or deduction ...
By Evan Bawks
In the recent decision in 2224981 Ontario Inc. v. Intact Insurance Company, 2016 ONCA 870, the Ontario Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal from an insurer that had sought to deny coverage...
By Lonnie Brodkin-Schneider
On November 3, 2016, the Quebec government declared the coming into force of changes to signage laws under the Charter of the French Language and its Regulation respecting the language of commerce...
By Jennifer Babe
The Business Law Advisory Council was established by the Government of Ontario in 2016 to review Ontario's corporate and commercial legislation and to provide advice to the Government...
By Zeinab Yousif
The federal government has commenced a national consultation process to inform the development of new planned federal accessibility legislation...
By Anik Pierre-Louis
En matière de construction, le client bénéficie de certaines protections prévues par la loi contre les vices affectants son ouvrage.
By Yannick Forget
Récemment, la Cour supérieure a eu à se prononcer sur cette question dans l'affaire Excavation Gilbert Théorêt inc. c. Montréal (Ville de), 2016 QCCS 2325.
By Marie-Catherine Ayotte
La CHQ signe le certificat de réception provisoire et prend possession de l'ouvrage le même jour, les parties ayant convenu que le bâtiment était prêt en tous points à l'usage auquel il était destiné.
By Jasmin Lefebvre, LL.M.
Disons d'abord un mot sur l'affaire Intercité. Sauf erreur, c'est la seule décision québécoise récente à résulter en une condamnation à l'encontre du donneur d'ouvrage après qu'il ait décidé d'annuler...
By Stephan Trihey
Il est bien établi que l'entrepreneur qui souhaite intenter un recours en justice pour réclamer des dommages découlant d'un contrat de construction...
By Anik Pierre-Louis
En matière de construction, le client bénéficie de certaines protections prévues par la loi contre les vices affectants son ouvrage.
By Brian Kaliel Q.C.
A Justice of the Federal Court has overturned a decision of an arbitrator appointed under s. 169.37 and 169.38 of the Canada Transportation Act.
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