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By Robin Reinertson, Joshua Hutchinson
The plaintiffs alleged that the airlines improperly characterized fuel surcharges as "taxes" or "taxes and fees" on ticket receipts and sought restitution for unjust enrichment by the defendant airlines.
By Aaron Palmer, Ross McKee
The Staff Notice discusses the application of securities laws to ordinary investment funds that propose to invest in cryptocurrencies.
By Ross McKee, Christopher Hewat, Liam Churchill
The rise in popularity of cryptocurrencies and the spread of cryptocurrency offerings have attracted increased attention from securities regulators in Canada and abroad.
By Allan Gelkopf, Robert Kreklewich, Zvi Halpern-Shavim
On September 8, 2017, Canada's Department of Finance released draft legislation to amend the Excise Tax Act (Canada) with regards to "Investment Limited Partnerships", and is accepting comments until October 10, 2017.
By Blakes Pensions, Benefits & Executive Compensation
On September 11, 2017, the Alberta Treasury Board and Finance announced that the Superintendent of Pensions has extended the deadline to file actuarial valuation reports prepared...
By Ozzy Gdalevitch
The Government of India recently announced it is accelerating the pace of its Smart Cities Mission by asking states to focus on impactful and public-private-partnership-based smart city projects, ...
By Alexis Levine, Chris Nyberg
A recent appeal regarding the inter-provincial importation of alcohol may have impact on the structure of provincial cannabis distribution in Canada.
By Alexis Levine, Ravi Amarnath
On September 8, 2017, Ontario unveiled its plan to give the existing Liquor Control Board of Ontario the oversight of retail sales of recreational cannabis in Ontario, upon its legalization in Canada.
By Viorelia Guzun, Charles Kazaz
Quebec mining and oil and gas industries must now comply with the Regulation respecting the application of the Act respecting transparency measures in the mining, oil and gas industries...
By Rochelle Collette
In the recent decision in Unifor Local 2301 v. Rio Tinto Alcan Inc., the British Columbia Court of Appeal confirmed that approval of a monitoring plan submitted under an environmental permit falls...
By Simon Finch, Jennifer Hancock
LIBOR is a daily benchmark interest rate set at approximately 11:45 a.m. (London time) every morning by a panel of leading banks in the U.K.
By Blakes Competition & Antitrust Group
The Court of Appeal confirmed that limitation periods can, but usually should not, be considered at the certification stage.
By Paul Belanger, Chana Edelstein, Dawn Jetten, Bonny Murray
The first consultation paper did not contain specific proposals, but rather identified key trends that may influence the financial sector and sought feedback on a series of general questions.
By Blakes Pensions, Benefits & Executive Compensation Group
Pension plan administrators have a fiduciary duty to ensure that each member and beneficiary is paid the benefits to which they are entitled.
By Paul Rand, Stephen Ashbourne, Aaron Palmer, Darren Littlejohn, Gordon McKenna, Tim Phillips
During the delay, Participant Affiliates and Large Counterparties that are not Clearing Agency Participants will not be subject to mandatory clearing of in-scope OTC derivatives trades.
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