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By Karen Groulx, Rachael Andrew
On December 5, 2017, Bill 142, the Construction Lien Amendment Act, 2017 (the Bill), was passed by a unanimous vote of the Ontario legislature.
By Andy Pushalik
In conjunction with its overhaul of the Employment Standards Act, 2000, the Ontario government has also published an updated version of the Employment Standards Poster.
By Cristina Wendel
The "accident as prima facie breach" principle has been before the court in several recent cases, often with some discrepancy in its application
By John Salmas, Kori Williams, Alessandro Bozzelli
The last year has been filled with sensational headlines relating to the spectacular growth and rise to prominence of Licensed Producers (as defined below) in response to the federal government's plan ...
By Adrian Miedema
The Ministry of Labour can prosecute employers under the "general duty" clause of the Occupational Health and Safety Act even where the charges impose obligations ...
By Lara Vos Smith
Thank you for joining us at Dentons' seventh annual CPD Bootcamp.
By Mark Woltersdorf
On December 13, 2017, the Department of Finance introduced revised rules relating to distributions of income (referred to as "income sprinkling") from a private corporation.
By Lara Vos Smith
The CPD Bootcamp is a one-day program designed exclusively for general counsel, corporate counsel and legal department managers.
By Margot Patterson
Today the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology presented its report on Canada's Anti-Spam Law (CASL) to the House of Commons, as part of the three-year CASL statutory review.
By Adrian Miedema
A release, signed by a terminated employee, barred her complaint against her employer under occupational health and safety legislation, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal has decided.
By Tracy Molino
On November 6, 2017, the Competition Bureau (the "Bureau") published its report on the Canadian financial services sector and FinTech.
By Lara Vos Smith
Thank you for joining us at Dentons' seventh annual CPD Bootcamp.
By Adrian Miedema
Last week I wrote about the Ontario government's plan to amend the Occupational Health and Safety Act to increase the maximum fine against corporations to $1.5 million per charge and against individuals ...
By Kathryn McCulloch
Canada is in a position to act as a first mover in the emerging space of commercial drone delivery services.
By Adrian Miedema
The Ontario government has introduced legislation to triple the maximum fine under the Occupational Health and Safety Act against corporations to $1.5 million per charge, and quadruple the maximum fine...
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