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By Chris Blom
In the 2018 decisions of Cadieux v. Clouthier and Carroll v. McEwen, the Ontario Court of Appeal clarified the manner in which accident benefits are to be deducted from awards of tort damages.
By Nathalie Marchand, Rahul Sharma, Wendi Crowe, Dwight D. Dee
Domicile is generally not relevant to the determination of an individual's Canadian tax liability. Rather, the rationale for imposing Canadian income taxes on individuals is based on the concept of tax residence in Canada ...
By David Gerecke, Jordyn Allan
As we summarized in a recent Financial Services & Insolvency Communiqué, Saskatchewan has introduced Bill 151 (the Bill) which amends The Personal Property Security Act, 1993 ...
By Chris Blom
In the Ontario Court of Appeal decision of Smith v. Safranyos, 2018 ONCA 760, the Court considered an appeal from the trial decision of a claim arising from a serious car accident.
By Joanna Harris
On October 17, 2018, the Cannabis Act came into force, legalizing the recreational use, possession, and growing of cannabis in Canada, subject to some restrictions.
By David Krebs
Data breaches, in particular those involving personal information and sensitive personal information
By Michael Prosia
Earlier this year, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice refused to enforce a settlement after finding that the plaintiffs' lawyer had engaged in civil fraud by misrepresenting the independence
By Colleen Ma, William Fowlis
It has been just over a year since the federal Department of Finance ("Finance") released revised draft amendments to the tax on split income ("TOSI") rules in section 120.4 of the Income Tax Act
By David Gerecke, Sean Bryden, Fraiba Jalal
Following the lead of Ontario, Saskatchewan has introduced amendments to The Builders' Lien Act to provide for a "prompt payments" regime.
By Miller Thomson LLP
As discussed at our last A.M. Pension Webinar on December 11, 2018, there have been a number of significant legislative and case-law developments in the area of pensions and benefits law in 2018.
By Savvas Kotsopoulos
The landscape of cannabis retail regulation in Ontario is evolving on a daily basis. As new standards continue to emerge in this field, it is essential that those involved in the retail, real estate
By Brian Kaliel Q.C.
A Justice of the Ontario Superior Court has concluded that the landlord of a residential property which was also used a farm...
By Andrew Valentine
A recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice addressed a claim by a donor seeking a return of a charitable donation.
By Robert Hayhoe
The Canada Revenue Agency ("CRA") has just released its Report on the Charities Program 2015-2016 (the "Report") in which it reports to the Canadian public on what it has been engaged...
By Catherine Dennis Brooks, David Schnurr
The trademark regime changes represent the most significant changes to Canada's trademark laws (in both substance and procedure) since 1954 and are designed to enable ratification...
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