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By Jane Sadler Richards
You have a problem and you've talked to your legal representative. You promised to send them some pictures… Here are 3 things you should know.
By Kirsten Mikadze
A new treaty governing biodiversity and the use of nearly 50 per cent of the world's oceans, is inching closer to realisation.
By Amanda Shaw
Like any contract, an employment contract can be "frustrated" when continued performance of the contract becomes impossible or would be radically different because of a dramatic change in circumstances.
By Paula Lombardi
The contents of the washwater and mining waste including mercury, lead and other toxic waste.
By Kirsten Mikadze
In the latest twist in a long-standing saga, the Superior Court of Justice has ruled partially in favour of a landowner upon whose property in Kawartha Lakes an oil spill.
By Kirsten Mikadze
The appeal was delayed, adjourned, and then eventually dismissed when the Ministry revoked the order against Krek.
By Paula Lombardi
The generator of the waste also failed to complete the required waste manifests for the thirteen shipments of liquid waste.
By Amanda Shaw
Yesterday, the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs' tour of Ontario hit London to hear from the public on the changes to labour and employment legislation proposed in Bill 148...
By Christopher Sinal
We are often asked to comment on what effect the proposed legalization of marijuana is likely to have on workplaces.
By Kirsten Mikadze
In the latest of a string of federal environmental prosecutions leading to significant fines against corporate offenders, Canadian National Railway Company ("CN") has been fined $2.5 million...
By Christopher Sinal
Bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017, is currently working its way through the Ontario legislature and, if passed into law, would impose many new obligations on employers.
By Kirsten Mikadze
The federal government has released a discussion paper outlining aspects of the approach it proposes to take to implement planned reforms to Canada's environmental laws.
By Kirsten Mikadze
France has implemented environmental legislation that will require new buildings constructed in commercial areas to partially cover their roofs in either plants or solar panels.
By Mary Lou Brady
Asking existing employees to sign new employment contracts can be a sensitive topic. Employees will undoubtedly wonder why they are being asked to do so. Many will quite rightly assume that the employer's...
By Paula Lombardi
An Ontario man was sentenced to three months jail in New Brunswick for illegally trafficking threatened iguanas. The individual, who is from Thornhill, Ontario, was sentenced in Fredericton Provincial Court...
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