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If the bill is sanctioned, anyone over the age of 18 will be able to legally possess up to 30 grams of cannabis.
By Danielle Miller Olofsson
1.Shift in the burden of proof: a suspected breach is not required for a national privacy commission to audit an organisation.
By Serge Fournier, Vanessa Gregorio, Julie Loranger
When your father dies, you find out that he bequeathed his entire estate to his new wife and named her liquidator of the succession. She refuses to let you see the will. What can you do?
By Nicolas St-Sauveur
As a result of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement signed by Canada and the European Union, accepting purchases by Europeans on your transactional website has probably become more attractive.
By Joseph-André Roy, Isabelle Landry
On June 15, 2017, the National Assembly of Québec adopted An Act mainly to recognize that municipalities are local governments and to increase their autonomy and power.
By Adrien Mitchell, Pascal Lauzon
On December 14, 2017, the FCC, the U.S. equivalent of our CRTC, voted to repeal a number of regulations adopted in 2015 to protect what is commonly called "net neutrality".
By Alain Castonguay, Patrice Picard
On December 20, 2017, the Quebec ministère des Finances issued Information Bulletin 2017-14 in which it announced that the Act respecting duties on transfers of immovables will be amended to introduce an exemption from payment ...
By Julie Lessard
In today's fierce competition for global talent, employers are designing innovative compensation and benefits systems that strike the right balance between internal equity and external competitiveness.
By Julie Lessard, Olga Prygoda
Canada is gaining momentum as a preferred location for nurturing global talent amid uncertainty resulting from recent proposals of the U.S. administration on immigration.
By Jean-Marc Clement
Swivel chairs have been around for centuries. Some even say Thomas Jefferson sat on one while preparing the Declaration of Independence.
By Julie Lessard
In a striking contrast from managing business trips and short-term assignments as "business as usual", global organizations are now facing increased risks for non-compliance with immigration, taxation and labor regulations.