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By Zina Scott
On November 1, 2018, the federal government's Regulations for the Monitoring of Medical Assistance in Dying ("MAiD") came into force.
By Katherine Melnychuk
When Mr. Lawrence Moore died, he left behind a messy legal issue for his surviving spouse and ex-wife to deal with: Who gets the life insurance proceeds?
By Zina Scott
Social media is a constant presence in our personal and professional lives. The majority of people access and update various social media profiles multiple times each day ...
By Graham E. Quick
In a previous article entitled "Enforcing Judgments: Not just a matter of being paid," we discussed judgment enforcement in Saskatchewan. In that article, it was noted that obtaining a judgment
By Caroline J. Smith, Collin Hirschfeld
On November 20, 2018, the Saskatchewan government introduced a bill to amend The Builders' Lien Act (the Prompt Payment Bill).
By George A. Green
Employers are generally familiar with the distinction between an employee and an independent contractor.
By Joe Gill
Announced on April 10, 2018, the Saskatchewan Technology Startup Incentive (STSI) provides early-stage tech companies ...
By Christopher Masich
Long regarded as one of the most attractive mining investment jurisdictions globally, Saskatchewan just improved its position again
By Richika J. Bodani
In October 2018, Bill C-45, the Cannabis Act is set to come into effect, legalizing the use of recreational marijuana in Canada. While medical marijuana has been legal for some time, the legalization...
By Connor M. Clyde
The latest ruling in this long running skirmish has wide-reaching implications.
By Kit McGuinness, Zina Scott
Summary Judgments And Insurance Claims In Saskatchewan.
By Caroline J. Smith, Joe Gill
Winding up a corporation can be as acrimonious as ending a marriage, and may be even more complicated and expensive.
By Ahmed Malik
Forum selection clauses are frequently used in commercial contracts, especially in cases where the parties to the contracts are based in different jurisdictions.
By David Stack, Robert Affleck
The legislation subsumes a number of statutes, including The Labour Standards Act, The Trade Union Act, and The Occupational Health and Safety Act.