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By Yvan Larocque, Ryley Mennie
Today (June 21, 2018), the Cannabis Act (Bill C-45) ("Bill") became law with the Bill receiving Royal Asset during a ceremony in the Senate Chamber.
By Joelle Walker, Erin Reimer
The refusal to approve the proposed law school means that members of the TWU religious community are not free to impose those religious beliefs on fellow law students, since they have an inequitable impact...
By Jordan Ardanaz, Ryley Mennie, Maya Stano
With the proposed federal Cannabis Act (Bill C-45) having passed the Senate on June 8, 2018 with dozens of recommended amendments, the federal government's June 13 government order demonstrates the ongoing debate ...
By Merle Alexander, Maya Stano
Over the past months, the federal and provincial governments have been busy drafting new laws for the pending legalization of cannabis
By Ryley Mennie
Once upon a time, we said Less Money, No Problems in reference to Canada's proposed tax reforms.
By Tyson Lamarsh, Rob Miller, Merle Alexander
This post is not intended to advocate for or against the merits of the TMX.
By Maya Stano
On April 26, 2018, BC introduced three new bills with respect to the legalization of cannabis in the province.
By Maya Stano
British Columbia is seeking to enhance its regulatory spill response regime across the province by way of a phased approach.
By Yvan Larocque
On September 6, 2017 the British Columbia Securities Commission ("BCSC") announced the first registration in Canada of a cryptocurrency investment fund manager.
By Erin Reimer
"How many hours are you working every day?" This is the question on every summer student's mind when they encounter articling students. It is certainly what I was wondering, and it is what I asked every articling student at every firm I intended on interviewing with.
By Yvan Larocque, Rob Miller
In this paper on tax planning using private corporations, Minister Morneau sets out a series of proposed tax reforms that could significantly impact private corporations, business owners...
By Yvan Larocque, Jennifer Yong
On April 13, 2017 the federal government tabled a bundle of new bills (Bills C-45 and C-46) with the aim of legalizing and regulating the recreational use of cannabis Canada-wide for adults aged 18 and over.
By Drew Lawrenson
As we start to fill our new 2017 calendars and contemplate another year of opportunities and successes, it's also an opportunity to reflect on some of our assumptions imbedded in the practice of aboriginal business law.
By Lou Poskitt
Suddenly it's December and excitement is building for workplace holiday parties. As much as we all love a good office rager, there are some important considerations employers should bear in mind...
By Rob Miller
On November 29, 2016, the federal government announced its decisions on three controversial pipeline projects.