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By Sean Griffin, Véronique Roy
The Quebec Court of Appeal recently reminded us, in the matter of El-Alloul v. Procureure générale du Québec, that the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms protects the right to freedom of religion ...
By Julie Belley Perron, Roger Bill
On June 21, 2018 the federal Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act (the "GGPPA"), published pursuant to Part 5 of the Budget Implementation Act 2018, received royal assent
By Sean Griffin, Véronique Roy, Kateri Vincent, Laurence Angers-Routhier
On October 11, 2018, in a highly anticipated decision1, the Supreme Court of Canada unanimously dismissed an appeal brought by the Mikisew Cree First Nation (the "Mikisew"),
By Marie-Hélène Jetté, Xavier Berwald-Grégoire
In its decision in Pharmacie Jean-Sébastien Blais inc. v. Pharmacie Éric Bergeron et André Vincent Inc., 2018 QCCA 1895
By Pascal Archambault, Nathalie Boulanger, Simon Chenard
Recreational cannabis hasn't been legal for long, but a lot of ink has already been spilled about it. While the media have given extensive coverage ...
By Éric Savard, Charles Lapointe, Guillaume Michaud
In this matter, the debtor Cheese Factory Road Holdings Inc. ("Cheese Factory") had collected but failed to remit GST/HST to the Crown between 2010 and 2013.
By Vincent De L’Étoile, Sandra Desjardins
Cannabis is now a consumer product in Quebec already captured by a restrictive legislative framework, which includes the Consumer Protection Act1 ("CPA").
By Pierre-Luc Desgagné, Catherine Martel
On November 2 the Supreme Court of Canada rendered a highly anticipated decision in the judicial saga involving Churchill Falls (Labrador) Corporation Limited ("CFLCo") and Hydro-Québec
By Caroline Deschênes, Justine Brien
On October 15, 2018 Statistics Canada published the results of a survey on cyber-security revealing that more than one in five Canadian businesses has been targeted by a cyber-attack, and that in 2017 they spent...
By Nathalie Dubé, Victoria Lemieux-Brown
Among them were amendments to section 156 increasing the severity of penalties for offences of a sexual nature targeted by section 59.1 of the Code or similar provisions in the various codes of ethics
By Mylany David, Pierre-Luc Desgagné, Simon Chenard, Pascal Archambault
Commercialization of Cannabis
By Danielle Ferron, Tommy Tremblay
In our previous bulletins on the duties and responsibilities of directors we looked at the extent of these obligations ...
By Éric Thibaudeau, Raphaelle Alimi-Lacroix
On September 4, the Building Act became much stricter regarding the conditions for obtaining and retaining a contractor's licence.
By Pascal Archambault, Marie-Pier Desmeules
During the last few years, organizations have used the media to disclose – often considerably after the fact – security breaches that may have compromised the personal information of their clients, due to flaws ...
By Danielle Ferron, Sean Griffin, Marianne Plamondon, Tommy Tremblay
As part of our series of bulletins on the duties and obligations of directors, we will focus on the application of the general concepts of psychological and sexual harassment.
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