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By Stefan Mirkovic, John Mackay
Water rights vary from province to province; in Alberta water rights are primarily covered by the Water Act (the "Act").[1] Under the Act, there are three primary ways that an agricultural business may divert water:
By Sandra Gogal, Alexander Lalka, Lawrence D. Wilder, Marco Maduri
On February 8, 2018, the Canadian Securities Administrators (the "CSA"), the umbrella organization of Canada's provincial and territorial securities regulators, published CSA Staff Notice 51-352 ...
By Stefan Mirkovic, John Mackay
Water rights vary from province to province; in Alberta water rights are primarily covered by the Water Act.
By Kim Ozubko
Are you ready for the upcoming changes to the Canada Pension Plan?
By Karima Kanani
Pursuant to the Local Health Services Integration Act ("LHSIA"), hospitals receive operational funding through Hospital Service Accountability Agreements ("H-SAA").
By Khurrum Awan, Wuraola Dasylva
In its recent decision in Surespan Construction Ltd. v Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Court of Queen's Bench reviewed the law of tendering and applied it to a dispute between a bidding contractor and a project owner
By Sarah Fitzpatrick
Being able to issue donation receipts is one of the most significant benefits of being a registered charity.
By Nicole D'Aoust
In November 2017, the Canada Revenue Agency ("CRA") launched the "Charities Education Program" ("CEP"), a new program that involves in-person visits to charities by designated CRA staff called CEP Officers.
By Leanna Olson, John Mackay
During the course of a construction project, the question often arises as to what is a valid extra and what is a valid back charge.
By Leanna Olson, Jonathan Martin, William Fowlis
The Alberta Limitations Act sets time limits within which a party may commence an action.
By Tamara Farber
The case involves a somewhat typical contaminated land dispute between neighbouring commercial property owners. The plaintiff conducted investigations on its property ...
By Grant D. Sprague, Q.C.
On February 6, 2018, the Federal Government introduced Bill C-68, its promised amendments to the Fisheries Act. On February 8, 2018, the Federal Government introduced Bill C-69 ...
By Grant D. Sprague, Q.C.
The Alberta Minister of Environment and Parks, Shannon Phillips, announced two new rounds of Renewable Electricity Procurement (REP) ...
By Imran Ahmad
The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (the "GDPR") will be coming into force on May 25 of this year
By Fadi Amine, Adina-Cristina Georgescu
The City of Longueuil brought before the Administrative Tribunal of Quebec a motion to dismiss 9185's application for review.
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