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By Christina Wallis
Part I reviewed the recent legislative changes and broadly how they will apply to employers in Canada. This Part II provides suggestions for what employers should do to ensure compliance...
By David Wright
Canada and Europe are drawing closer together even as the United States is distancing itself from its Transatlantic partners.
By Chad Finkelstein
It seems that these days, more than ever, consumers are expressing their political and personal views by buycotting brands (or, the alternative, boycotting).
By Sean Zhang
The Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) recently announced six new office practices in relation to industrial designs. Among these, the new practices of permitting color and animation as design...
By Christina Wallis
There has been a growing acknowledgement of the difficulties faced by transgendered people, especially in the workplace, where they frequently experience harassment and discrimination...
By Richard Leuce
On Wednesday, March 22, 2017, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau, presented the Federal Budget 2017.
By Sven Walker, Richard Leuce
Every year, businesses conduct cross-border commerce activities and experience labour and skill shortages.
By Christina Wallis
In July of this year, private rights of action under Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation will come into force.
By Jennifer Lynch
The well-known principal residence exemption rules permit a taxpayer to shelter the sale of property that is an individual's residence.
By Christina Wallis
Termination clauses in Ontario employment contracts have been voided by the Ontario courts in many recent court actions.
By David Wright
CETA goes beyond a classic trade liberalization agreement and covers services, intellectual property, government procurement and the movement of people.
By Chad Finkelstein
A recent court decision from British Columbia may have a significant impact on brand owners' digital marketing activities.
By Cassandra Da Re
Today we explore what that means from a legal perspective and how this concept affects the employer's and employee's rights on termination.
By Richard Leuce
On November 19, 2016, then Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) Minister John MacCallum had announced several changes in the form of Ministerial Instructions.
By Christina Wallis
The ESA distinguishes between entitlement to vacation time and vacation pay.
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