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By Devry Smith Frank LLP
If you remember "Crane Girl", an adventure-seeking woman by the name of Marisa Lazo who scaled a crane in April last year, you may have noticed she is in the news this morning.
By Dan Rothberg
The Cannabis Act, once in force, prescribes a number of limitations regarding the personal cultivation and consumption of marijuana in Canada.
By Justin Winch
The news has been filled with stories about certain Tim Hortons franchises reducing employee benefits and no longer paying employees for their breaks.
By Devry Smith Frank LLP
Over the last half of 2017 there was a flood of information on what was going to take effect in 2018 and how we are to prepare for it all, taking the form of articles and news segments ...
By John Schuman
It may seem obvious, but School Principals cannot expel students without actually expelling them. In Ontario, allowing children access to a publicly funded education is a fundamental value.
By Frank Shostack
As much of the world has heard, Uber has had a data breach that affected people worldwide. Now, after several demands from a number of levels of Canadian governments ...
By Marc Spivak
The Ontario Liberal government, just prior to an election, claims it has again decided to address high automobile insurance premiums (but ignores the negative affect of these changes on victims of car accidents).
By Dan Rothberg
Bill C-45 (An Act respecting cannabis and to amend the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, the Criminal Code and other Acts), also known as Canada's proposed Cannabis Act ...
By Nicolas Di Nardo
As mentioned in previous posts, ticket bots and ticket resale prices will be addressed today as "a bill to strengthen consumer protection rules around home warranties, ticket sales, real estate practices and...
By Marly Peikes
On Wednesday, November 23, Justin Trudeau announced the federal government's 10 year national housing strategy.
By Nicolas Di Nardo
Ontario's courts will see some updates over the coming years, but the one that catches the attention of everyone however, seems to be the introduction of Wi-Fi into the buildings, by 2019.
By Sabina Mexis
Canada's wealthiest individuals have been put under a microscope.The CRA has launched a project dubbed the "Postal Code Project" that is targeting taxpayers residing in affluent neighbourhoods across Canada.
By Samantha Hamilton (Student-at-Law)
This past June the Supreme Court of Canada released a decision involving the application of a worldwide injunction, Equustek v Google
By Nicolas Di Nardo
The Toronto Police Service is now being examined by the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC).
By Frank Shostack
Any business that has two or more shareholders or equity investors should seriously consider having a shareholder agreement to protect not only the shareholders, but also the business itself.
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