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By Katy Pitch
It seems like all anyone can talk about these days is the value of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. But what does this mean for Canadians and the Canadian tax authorities?
By Al Wiens, Tajrin Nayeem, Jonathan Born
The Mining Act (Ontario) (the "Act") is the provincial legislation that governs and regulates prospecting, mineral exploration, mine development and mine rehabilitation in Ontario.
By Katy Pitch
Following Finance Minister Bill Morneau's magical misdirection on Monday, October 16, 2017 (whereby the federal Liberal government made us look one way in their announcement ...
By Jeffrey Hergott, Amir Torabi
Ontario is the first province or territory in Canada to publicly announce a comprehensive roadmap for managing the sale and use of recreational cannabis...
By Geoffrey Cher, Joel Fraser
On Monday, September 4, 2017, the PBOC, through a joint decree with a variety of Chinese regulatory agencies, announced that it was imposing an immediate ban on initial coin offerings...
By Geoffrey Cher, Melissa Smith
The U.S. SEC recently published an investigative report that places issuers or sponsors of digital assets or "crypto-assets" on notice that the exchange of assets such as tokens issued upon an ICO...
By Troy Pocaluyko
On July 27, 2017, staff of the securities regulatory authorities in each of Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, Manitoba and New Brunswick (collectively, "Staff") published Multilateral CSA Staff Notice 61-302...
By Katy Pitch
In the 2017 Federal Budget, the Liberal Government vowed to tighten tax rules that allow some Canadians to utilize private corporations to unduly reduce the payment of income taxes
By Mark Wilson, Rob Wortzman
On June 16, 2017, the Ontario Securities Commission (the "OSC") issued its reasons in Re Eco Oro Minerals Corp.
By Mark Wilson
In February 2017, we reported on the decision of the Superior Court of Justice (Ontario) in Koh v. Ellipsiz Communications Ltd. (It's Personal: Board Refusal of a Requisition of a Meeting of Shareholders).
By Al Wiens, Carlye Bellavia, Patrick Magee
On March 9, 2017, the Canadian Securities Administrators ("CSA") released CSA Staff Notice 51-348 Staff's Review of Social Media Used by Reporting Issuers (the "Staff Notice") outlining...
By Al Wiens, Troy Pocaluyko
In the context of merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions, buyers and sellers are always looking for ways to ensure that they each receive full value...
By Charlie Malone
In our July 2016 M&A Law Update, we asked the question: Could this finally be farewell to the last remaining bulk sales legislation in Canada?
By Julie Anderson, Davia Wang, Mark Wilson
Gender diversity on corporate boards and in senior management roles remains one of the key topics in Canadian corporate governance.
By Mark Wilson
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice (the "Court") in its recent decision in Yaiguaje v. Chevron Corporation has reaffirmed the nature of the legal relationship between a parent corporation...